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2018-2019 University Catalog 
    
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ARCH 529 - History of Landscape Architecture


Cross-Listed with: ARCH 329  
Prerequisites: AAH 121 -AAH 122  and Senior Standing w/ permission of instructor or dean
History of Landscape Architecture is a survey of the development of man’s relationship to and shaping of the land. This course will survey the landscape and gardens from the beginnings of civilization until contemporary times, although the primary emphasis will be on the Italian Renaissance, the gardens of France in the age of Louis XIV, and the English garden. The course will also include contributing cultures, such as China, India and Japan, as well as study the growth of parks in the 19th century, particularly in the United States. As the graduate offering of ARCH 329 , lectures are shared; however, grading criteria, assignments and quality of independent research will reflect graduate level coursework and achievement expectations.

3 credits
Annually



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