By the end of this course, students will be able to:
Identify methods of developing environmentally and culturally responsive solutions at all developmental levels, concept through installation;
Distinguish various viewpoints, approaches, and research found in related fields of study and/or professional practice(s);
Identify how technical elements are incorporated into functional and attractive design solutions which satisfy all related project requirements, such as codes, regulations, structures, maintenance, etc.;
Explain how a site planning and design project moves from initial discovery through implementation;
Explain the importance of landscape architecture in protecting the health, safety, and well being of the public; and
Incorporate resources available from allied disciplines through the use of research/resources as necessitated by an integrated design approach.
Document site observations using narratives and diagrams.