ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN MINOR 2005-07 Catalog
College
of Architecture and Environmental Design
Architecture & Environmental Design Bldg. (05), Room 212
(805) 756-1321

The Environmental Design Minor will educate students in the principles and processes of environmental design. It will provide students from all major programs with the knowledge and ability to integrate such broad concerns as design, construction, history, urbanization, sustainable development and historic preservation with their major fields of study.

Interested students should contact the Landscape Architecture Department for individual advisement.

Required courses

Units

ARCH 217/218/219 History of Architecture (C3)

4

CRP 212 Introduction to Urban Planning

4

EDES 101 Intro to Arch & Environmental Design

2

LA 130 Landscape Interpretation

4

Upper division electives

12

Non-CAED majors may select from the following list. CAED majors must take courses from no fewer than 3 prefixes (e.g. EDES) outside their major, and may not include courses required for their major:

 

ARCH 316, 401, 447;

 

CM 325, 341;

 

CRP 314, 336, 402, 447; EDES 406, 420;

 

LA 341, 318, 320, 330, 342, 363

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