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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2022 School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Programs of Study Environmental Planning 573 Graduation Requirements for the Major  

Graduation Requirements for the Major


For an up-to-date description of environmental planning major requirements, courses, and course sequences, please refer to the program webpage at http://landarch.rutgers.edu/landscape-architecture-program.html.

SEBS UNDERGRADUATE CORE CURRICULUM (39 credits)

Contemporary Challenges (6 credits) Two courses, one in each of the Contemporary Challenges areas: Diversities and Social Inequalities [CC-D] and Our Common Future [CC-O]

Experience-Based Education (3 credits) Students must participate in a certified experience that meets this goal [EBE]

Natural Sciences (6 credits) Students must take two courses, one each in two of the following areas: physical, biological, or environmental sciences [NS]

Historical Analysis (3 credits) Students must take one course [HST]

Social Analysis (6 credits) SEBS students must complete two courses, one in either social/cultural analysis or economic analysis, and one in governmental and regulatory analysis [SCL]

Arts and Humanities
(3 credits) Students must complete one course [AH]

Writing and Communication (6 credits) Students must take 01:355:101 or its equivalent [WC] and one course that fulfills the learning goal, communicate effectively in modes appropriate to a discipline or area of inquiry [WCD].

Quantitative and Formal Reasoning (6 credits) Students must take two courses [QQ; QR]

Graduation Requirements: Major in Environmental Planning (573)

The environmental planning curriculum provides a broad educational experience emphasizing an understanding of planning and management of the physical and cultural environments. The program strives to consider our relationship with the land, in an effort to foster ethical planning solutions. A program that that promotes sustainability regardless of location, strives for social equity and envisions a post-industrial landscape that provides ecological services.


Course Number
Credits
Name
SEBS
Requirement I
9
Physical Sciences
Core
01:119:103
3
Principles Biology

Plus 3 credits from:



01:450:101
3
Earth Systems or

01:460:100
3
Planet Earth or
NS
11:776:102
3
Soil and Society

Plus 3 credits from:



11:670:102
3
Intro. Climate Science or

11:670:101
3
Intro. Meteorology

Requirement II
4
Quantitative Methods

01:640:115
4
Pre-calculus College Math

01:640:111
2
Pre-calculus I plus
QQ
01:640:112
2
Pre-calculus II

Requirement III
34
Environmental Planning Core

11:573:202
3
Environmental Issues

11:573:231
3
Fundamentals of Environmental Planning

11:550:232
5
Intro. Environmental Design

11:573:232
3
Fundamentals of Environmental Geomatics

11:573:233
1
Fundamentals of Environmental Geomatics Laboratory

11:550:237
3
Visualization I-Drawing and Drafting

11:573:413
3
Open Space Planning and Management

11:550:241
4
Construction I: Mapping and Engineering

Plus 5-6 credits from:



11:573:232
3
Intro. Geomatics

11:372:462
3
Adv. Geomatics

11:573:409
3
Challenges and Opportunities

11:550:301
3
Social and Cultural Aspects of Design
EBE
11:550:331
5
Environmental Planning Studio

Plus 3 credits from:



11:550:442
3
Planting Design

11:373:202
3
Sustainability Decision Tools

11:216:101
3
Intro. Ecology

Requirement IV
9
Environmental Sequence

3 credits from:



11:375:360
4
Soils and Water

11:776:440
3
Soil Fertility

11:776:102
3
Soils and Society

Plus 3 credits from:



11:216:272
4
Dendrology

11:550:233
3
Landscape Plants I

Plus 3 credits from:



11:375:101
3
Intro. Environmental Science

11:573:445
3
Ecological Design and Stewardship

11:216:332
3
Plant Ecology

11:216:351
3
Principles of Ecology

Requirement V
6
History/Theory Sequence

11:550:230
3
Environmental Design Analysis

11:550:250
3
History of Landscape Architecture
AH/CC
11:573:302
3
Ecological History of North America

Requirement VI
9
Planning Electives

3 credits from:



11:375:202
3
Water and Wastewater Treatment

11:375:307
3
Solid Waste Management and Treatment

10:762:335
3
Gender, Family, and Public Policy

10:762/832/971:202
3
Designing Healthy Cities (studio format)

11:373:362
3
Natural Resource Economics

11:373:363
3
Environmental Economics

11:573:437
3
Sustainability Decision Tools

Plus 3 credits from:



11:573:444
3
Watershed Planning and Management

10:762:233
3
Urban World

10:762/833/843:210
3
Principles of Public Policy

10:762/971:201, 10:762:306
3
Intro. Urban Planning and Design

10:762:413
3
Urban Revitalization

Plus 3 credits from:



11:550:332
5
Praxis Studio I (Junior) Section CD
EBE
11:550:332
5
Praxis Studio I (Junior) Section EC
EBE
11:550:332
5
Praxis Studio I (Junior) Section OD
EBE
11:550:234
3
Landscape Plants II

11:550:235
3
Herbaceous Plants in the Landscape

11:573:437
3
Spatial Data Visualization

16:550:545
3
Intro. Geomatics

11:216:474
3
Adv. Geomatics





TOTAL
71






Cannot use planning electives twice within the major.







List of suggested but not required certificates/minors and required number of credits:

Certificate Programs:
Environmental Geomatics (19)
Urban Forestry (21)

Minor Programs:
Agroecology (21-24)
Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources (20-23)
Environmental and Business Economics (21-23)
Entomology (19-26)
Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior (21)
Environmental Sciences (21)
Marine Sciences (18)
Meteorology (18)
Plant Science (18-20)


 
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