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Introduction to Architecture/Landscape Design
INT ARC LAND D
CLASS CODE: HORT 230 CREDITS:  3 FEE:  $10.00
DIVISION: AGRICULTURAL AND LIFE SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT: HORTICULTURE
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course fulfills a General Education - Arts requirement.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: A general exposure course designed to enhance the sutdent's understanding of the outdoor environment and how they can contribute to the quality of that environment through design and planning. Also a study of the history of landscape architecture and its effect on man.
DESCRIPTION: To introduce the students to steps in the landscape design process that will enable them to design residential landscapes that are functional, artistic and beautiful. To learn elements and principles of art that apply to Landscape Architecture.
TOPICS: Family Needs Analysis, Ste Analysis, Bas Maps, Functional Diagrams, From Composition and Planting Design
OBJECTIVES:
REQUIREMENTS: -Mechanical pencil, .50mm, 1-HB Lead .50 mm, 4B sketching pencil, Landscape Marker Kit, Pentel K106 Milky gel roller pen, Precise V-7 fine point roller ball pen, Sharpie fine point. $10 Lab fee
PREREQUISITES: Fifteen hours per week for five weeks
OTHER: GE Arts
EFFECTIVE DATE: August 2001