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  • Landscape Architecture

    8/2/2016 (effective Fall 2016)

    Horticulture & Landscape Architecture Department / College of Agriculture COA-HLA-BS / Major: LARC 201710

    120 Credits for graduation Name: PUID: Date: Required Major Courses (60 credits)

    (3) LA 10100cc Survey of Landscape Architecture (3) LA 11600 Graphic Communication for Landscape Architects and Design (3) LA 11700 Computer Technology in Landscape Design (3) LA 16600 History & Theory of Landscape Architecture (3) LA 21600cc Landscape Architectural Design I (4) LA 22600cc Landscape Architectural Design II (3) LA 22700cc Planting Design I (4) LA 24600cc Site Systems I (3) LA 25000 Architectural Design (1) LA 30900 Co-op Preparation (4) LA 31600 Landscape Architectural Design III (3) LA 32500 Planting Design II (4) LA 32600 Landscape Architectural Design IV (3) LA 34600 Site Systems II (4) LA 35600 Landscape Architectural Site Systems III (0) LA 39000 Professional Cooperative Programs in Landscape Architecture (5) LA 41600 Landscape Architectural Design V (5) LA 42600 Capstone Course in Landscape Architecture (2) LA 47600 Professional Practice of Landscape Architecture

    Other Departmental/ Program Course Requirements (55 credits) (See Advising Resources) (0.5) AGR 10100 Introduction to the College of Agriculture and Purdue University (0.5) AGR 12000 Introduction to Horticulture and Landscape Architecture Academic Programs (1) ASM 21600 Surveying (4) BIOL 11000 Fundamental of Biology I (4) BIOL 11100 Fundamentals of Biology II or BTNY 11000 Introduction to Plant Science (4) HORT 21700 Woody Landscape Plants (3) HORT 31700 Landscape Contracting and Maintenance (3) MA 15800 Precalculus - Functions and Trigonometry (satisfies Quantitative Reasoning for core) (3) Mathematics or Science Selective

    (1-3) Mathematics or Science Selective (1-3) UCC Science, Technology, & Society Selective (satisfies Science, Technology & Society Selective for core)2 (3) Art & Design Selective6,3 (3) Art & Design Selective6,3 (3) Economics Selective7 (3) UCC Humanities Selective or Social Sciences Selective1, 3 (3) Humanities or Social Sciences Selective3 (3) Humanities or Social Sciences Selective (30000+ level)3 (4) ENGL 10600 First-Year Composition (satisfies Written Communication for core) (satisfies Information Literacy Selective for core) (3) COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech Communication or COM 21700 Science Writing and Presentation (satisfies Oral Communication for core) (3) Written or Oral Communication Selective5

    Electives (5 credits) (5) Elective

    University Core Requirements (http://www.purdue.edu/provost/initiatives/curriculum/course.html)

    Human Cultures Humanities Science, Technology & Society Selective Human Cultures Behavioral/Social Sciences Written Communication Information Literacy Oral Communication Science Selective Quantitative Reasoning Science Selective

    College of Agriculture & University Level Requirements (https://ag.purdue.edu/oap/Pages/core_requirements.aspx)

    3 credits Multicultural Awareness _____________________________ 9 credits International Understanding ______________________ _____________________ _____________________ 9 credits of Humanities and/or Social Sciences outside the College of Agriculture 3 credits of Humanities and/or Social Sciences at 30000 or higher

    http://www.purdue.edu/provost/initiatives/curriculum/course.htmlhttps://ag.purdue.edu/oap/Pages/core_requirements.aspx

  • Landscape Architecture

    8/2/2016 (effective Fall 2016)

    Suggested Arrangement of Courses: Credits Fall 1st Year Prerequisite Credits Spring 1st Year Prerequisite

    0.5 AGR 10100 Introduction to the College of Agriculture and Purdue University 3 Art and Design Selective7,3

    0.5 AGR 12000 Introduction to Horticulture and Landscape Architecture Academic Programs 4 BIOL 11100 Fundamentals of Biology II or BTNY 11000 Introduction to Plant Science

    BIOL 11000

    4 BIOL 11000 Fundamentals of Biology I 3 COM 11400 Fundamentals of Speech or COM 21700 Science Writing and Presentation 4 ENGL 10600 First-Year Composition 3 LA 21600cc Landscape Architectural Design I LA 11600

    3 LA 10100cc Survey of Landscape Architecture 3 MA 15800 Precalculus - Functions and Trigonometry8 ALEKS 60+

    3 LA 11600 Graphic Communication for Landscape Architects and Design

    15 16

    Credits Fall 2nd Year Prerequisite Credits Spring 2nd Year Prerequisite 4 HORT 21700 Woody Landscape Plants 1 ASM 21600 Surveying

    3 LA 11700 Computer Technology in Landscape Design 3 LA 16600 History & Theory of Landscape Architecture

    4 LA 24600cc Site Systems I LA 21600 4 LA 22600cc Landscape Architectural Design II LA 21600

    3 Economics Selective6 3 LA 22700cc Planting Design I LA 21600 and HORT 21700 2 Elective 3 Art & Design Selective7,3

    16 14

    Fall and Spring 4th Year

    0 LA 39000 Professional Cooperative Programs in Landscape Architecture

    Credits Fall 5th Year Prerequisite Credits Spring 5th Year Prerequisite

    5 LA 41600 Landscape Architectural Design V LA 32600 and LA 35600 5 LA 42600 Capstone Course in Landscape Architecture LA 41600

    2 LA 47600 Professional Practice of Landscape Architecture LA 32600 and LA 35600 3 Humanities or Social Sciences Selective

    3

    3 Humanities or Social Sciences Selective (30000+ level)3 3 UCC Humanities Selective1,7

    1-3 UCC Science, Technology & Society Selective2 1-3 Mathematics or Sciences Selective4

    3 Written or Oral Communication Selection5

    1 Elective

    15 14

    1) 120 credits listed above are required for Bachelor of Science degree. 2) 2.0 Graduation GPA required for Bachelor of Science degree. 3) 32 credits of upper division courses (30000 level or higher) must be taken at Purdue University, West Lafayette. 4) ANY COURSE TAKEN AT PURDUE CAN BE ATTEMPTED NO MORE THAN THREE TIMES (INCLUSIVE OF W, WF, I AND IF). 5) CC = is considered a critical course

    See next page for all supplemental Information **********************************************************************************************************************************************************************

    The student is ultimately responsible for knowing and completing all degree requirements. myPurdue Plan is knowledge source for specific requirements and completion

    Credits Fall 3rd Year Prerequisite Credits Spring 3rd Year Prerequisite

    3 HORT 31700 Landscape Contracting and Management HORT 21700 3 LA 25000 Architectural Design LA 31600

    1 LA 30900 Co-op Preparation LA 31600 4 LA 32600 Landscape Architectural Design IV LA 31600 and LA 34600

    4 LA 31600 Landscape Architectural Design III LA 22600 4 LA 35600 Landscape Architectural Site Systems III LA 34600

    3 LA 32500 Planting Design II HORT 21700 3 Mathematics or Sciences Selective4 3 LA 34600 Site Systems II LA 21600 2 Elective

    14 15

  • 8/2/2016 (effective Fall 2016)

    LARC Supplemental Information All prerequisites must be met

    1University Core Curriculum Humanities Selective (3 credits)

    See approved Humanities list at: http://www.purdue.edu/provost/initiatives/curriculum/course.html

    2University Core Science, Technology & Society Selective (1-3 credits) See approved Science, Technology & Society list at: http://www.purdue.edu/provost/initiatives/curriculum/course.html

    3Humanities and Social Sciences Selective (9 credits) (9 credits of Humanities and/or Social Sciences outside the College of Agriculture) See approved list at: https://ag.purdue.edu/oap/pages/core-social_humanities.aspx

    4Additional Math and Science Selective (3 credits) AGEC 35200 Quantitative Techniques for Firm Decision Making AGEC 45100 Applied Econometrics AGRY 25500 Soil Science AGRY 27000 Forest Soils AGRY 29000 Introduction to Environmental Science AGRY 32000 Genetics AGRY 32100 Genetics Laboratory AGRY 33500 Weather and Climate AGRY 36500 Soil Fertility AGRY 38500 Environmental Soil Chemistry AGRY 46500 Soil Physics Properties ANSC 22100 Principles of Animal Nutrition ANSC 23000 Physiology of Domestic Animals BCHM 10000 Intro to Biochemistry BCHM 30700 Biochemistry BCHM 30900 Biochemistry Laboratory BIOL 22100 Introduction to Microbiology BIOL 23100 Biology III: Cell Structure and Function BIOL 23200 Laboratory in Biology III: Cell Structure and Function BIOL 24100 Biology IV: Genetics and Molecular Biology BIOL 24200 Laboratory in Biology IV: Genetics and Molecular Biology BIOL 28600 Introduction to Ecology and Evolution BTNY 11000 Introduction to Plant Science BTNY 21100 Plants and the Environment BTNY 30100 Introductory Plant Pathology BTNY 30500 Fundamentals of Plant Classification BTNY 31600 Plant Anatomy BTNY 35000 Biotechnology in Agriculture CHM 22400 Introductory Quantitative Analysis CHM 25500 Organic Chemistry CHM 25501 Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHM 25600 Organic Chemistry CHM 25601 Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHM 25700 Organic Chemistry CHM 25701 Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHM 26100 Organic Chemistry CHM 26200 Organic Chemistry CHM 26300 Organic Chemistry Laboratory

    CHM 26400 Organic Chemistry Laboratory CS 15600 C Programming CS 18000 Programming I EAPS 11100 Physical Geology EAPS 11200 Earth Through Time EAPS 11300 Introduction to Environmental Science EAPS 22100 Survey of Atmospheric Science ENTM 20600 General Entomology ENTM 20700 General Entomology Laboratory ENTM 21000 Introduction to Insect Behavior FNR 20100 Marine Biology FNR 23000 The World's Forests and Society FNR 24000 Wildlife in America FNR 30500 Conservation Genetics FNR 35700 Fundamental Remote Sensing HONR 49900 Human Diseases and Disorders HORT 30100 Plant Physiology MA 16200 Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus II MA 16600 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II MA 22400 Introductory Analysis II MA 23200 Calculus for the Life Sciences II MA 26100 Multivariate Calculus MA 26500 Linear Algebra NRES 29000 Introduction to Environmental Science NRES 23000 Survey of Meteorology NRES 25500 Soil Science PHYS 17200 Modern Mechanics PHYS 21400 The Nature of Physics PHYS 22000 General Physics PHYS 22100 General Physics PHYS 23300 Physics of Living Systems I PHYS 23400 Physics of Living Systems II PHYS 24100 Electricity and Optics STAT 30100 Elementary Statistics Methods STAT 50200 Experimental Statistics II STAT 51100 Statistical Methods STAT 51200 Applied Regression Analysis

    5Written or Oral Communication Selective (3 credits)

    6Economics Selective (3 credits)

    AGEC 20300 Introductory Microeconomics for Food and Agribusiness

    AGEC 21700 Economics ECON 25100 Microeconomics

    AGEC 20400 Introduction to Resource Economics and Environmental Policy

    ECON 21000 Principles of Economics ECON 25200 Macroeconomics

    7Art Design Selective (6 credits) AD 10500 Design I AD 10600 Design II AD 11300 Basic Drawing AD 11400 Drawing II

    AD 11700 Photography I: Black and White Processes and Aesthetics AD 11900 Photography II: Color Imaging and Studio Practice AD 12500 Introduction to Interior Design AD 20000 Beginning Painting

    AGR 20100 Communication Across Culture COM 20000-59900 YDAE 44000 Methods of Teaching Agriculture Education ASL 10000-59900 ENGL 20000-59900

    http://www.purdue.edu/provost/initiatives/curriculum/course.htmlhttp://www.purdue.edu/provost/initiatives/curriculum/course.htmlhttps://ag.purdue.edu/oap/pages/core-social_humanities.aspx

  • 8/2/2016 (effective Fall 2016)

    AD 21300 Life Drawing I AD 22000 Computers in Art AD 22200 Introduction to Photography AD 22600 History of Art to 1400 AD 22700 Art History since 1400 AD 23300 Electronic Media Studio AD 24200 Ceramics I AD 25500 Art Appreciation AD 34200 Ceramics II AD 26200 Jewelry and Metalwork I AD 26500 Relief Printmaking AD 26600 Silkscreen Printmaking AD 26700 Digital Media I: Photography and Digital Imaging

    AD 27000 Constructed Textiles AD 27100 Dyed Textiles AD 30400 Video Art AD 31400 Illustrative Drawing AD 33300 Photo Silk Screen AD 36200 Jewelry and Metalwork AD 36500 Intermediate Painting AD 36800 Etching and Intaglio Printmaking AD 36900 Lithographic Printmaking AD 37000 Woven Textiles AD 44200 Ceramics III AD 46200 Metalsmithing AD 46800 Printmaking III

    8Students in Landscape Architecture fulfill the foundational mathematics requirement by (1) completing MA 15800 or higher or (2) completing STAT 30100. Enrolling in STAT 30100 requires either successfully completing MA 15300 and MA 15400 or taking the advanced credit examination for MA 15300 and MA 15400 to establish competency. Three (3) credits of MA 15300 or MA 15400 may be used as an unrestricted elective in the College of Agriculture Undergraduate plans of study, but may not be used as Mathematics and Sciences selective.

    COA-HLA-BS / Major: LARC 201710University Core Requirements (http://www.purdue.edu/provost/initiatives/curriculum/course.html)

    Suggested Arrangement of Courses:LARC Supplemental Information1University Core Curriculum Humanities Selective (3 credits)2University Core Science, Technology & Society Selective (1-3 credits)3Humanities and Social Sciences Selective (9 credits)4Additional Math and Science Selective (3 credits)5Written or Oral Communication Selective (3 credits)6Economics Selective (3 credits)7Art Design Selective (6 credits)

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