Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Landscapes
The graduate certificate in sustainable landscapes addresses the growing need for landscape and allied professionals with the knowledge and skills to design and/or manage ecologically sensitive, regenerative landscapes that are hospitable to humans and wildlife alike. Students acquire an understanding of best practices in landscape conservation and sustainability, adapted to the small-scale landscape.
Specific admission requirements can be found on the Graduate Program Finder.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 18 credits in required courses.
|PSUS 6260||Introduction to Sustainable Design|
|PSUS 6261||Ecology of the Built Environment|
|PSUS 6262||Tools for Sustainable Design|
|PSUS 6264||Native Plants I|
|PSUS 6265||Native Plants II|
|PSUS 6268||Sustainable Design Methods|
|PSUS 6269||Sustenance and the Landscape|
|PSUS 6266||Ecological Restoration|
|PSUS 6270||Sustainable Design Charrette|
See CPS regulations for additional information regarding enrollment status and time limits.