Curriculum

This program offers students 3 ways to complete their degree: a 2-Year Full-Time program, a 2-Year Online program, and a Hybrid/Flex program. There is also a Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Practices. Below are the curricula for the 2-year on-campus and online options, to discuss the Hybrid option, students are directed to meet with the program director to go over their specific needs. Click here for more information about the program options.

Program Option

Major Core

2-Year Full-Time On-Campus Program

Fall 1 Semester

  • Principles and Methods for Sustainable Design
  • Adaptive Design
  • Sustainable Systems

Spring 1 Semester

  • Green Materials and life-Cycle Assessment
  • Ecological Design Studio
  • Landscape Ecology Seminar 

Fall 2 Semester

  • Sustainable Design Studio
  • Elective
  • Thesis 1 in Sustainable Design

Spring 2 Semester

  • Thesis 2 in Sustainable Design

2-Year Full-Time Online Program

Fall 1 Semester

  • Principles and Methods for Sustainable Design
  • Adaptive Design

Spring 1 Semester

  • Sustainable Systems
  • Green Materials 

Summer Semester

  • Elective

Fall 2 Semester

  • Ecological Design Studio
  • Landscape Ecology Seminar

Spring 2 Semester

  • Sustainable Design Studio
  • Thesis 1 in Sustainable Design

Summer Semester

  • Elective

18-Month Hybrid Program

The Hybrid Program is designed to serve those students who want to:

  • Start on-line and finish on campus
  • Start on-campus and finish on line.
  • Accelerated the degree
  • Move through the program at their own pace

Course timing will vary, please contact the program director to discuss specific plans of study. flemingr@philau.edu

Total Credit hours: 34 Credits

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