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The minor in landscape studies is designed for students who have an interest in landscape architecture but are pursuing a major in another field. The course selection is intended to provide greater understanding of landscape architecture issues that may be relevant in related professional disciplines and to broaden knowledge about the landscape in which we live.
Landscape Studies (Minor)
Design & the Arts, Herberger Institute for
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Professional organizations serve as the public face for their respective professions, providing information to the general public about disciplinary practice and its role in improving the well-being of communities, promoting design excellence through the recognition of notable professional achievements, supporting the exchange of ideas and information about best practices between professional members through the development of conferences and through the support of opportunities for continuing education.
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There are no internship requirements for a minor in landscape studies.
There are no milestone requirements for a minor in landscape studies.