Major: Environmental Design
Degree Type: B.S.
Minimum Degree Credits to Graduate: 130
University Degree Requirements
- Satisfactory completion of all requirements of the curriculum in which one is enrolled.
- Earn a minimum total of 120 credits in approved coursework. Some academic programs exceed this minimum.
- Satisfactory completion of the general education requirements as specified by the university.
- A minimum institutional GPA of 2.00 based on work taken at NDSU.
- At least 36 credits presented for graduation must be in courses number 300 or higher.
- Transfer Students: Must earn a minimum of 60 credits from a baccalaureate-degree granting or professional institituion.
- Of these 60, at least 36 must be NDSU residence credits as defined in #7.
- Within the 36 resident credits, a minimum of 15 must be in courses numbered 300 or higher and 15 credits in the major field of study.
- At least 36 credits must be NDSU resident credits. Residence credits include credits registered and paid for at NDSU.
For complete information, please refer to the Degree and Graduation Requirements section of this Bulletin.
University General Education Requirements
|College Composition I|
|College Composition II|
|Fundamentals of Public Speaking|
Upper Division Writing †
|Quantitative Reasoning (R) †||3|
|Science and Technology (S) †||10|
|Humanities and Fine Arts (A) †||6|
|Social and Behavioral Sciences (B) †||6|
|Wellness (W) †||2|
|Cultural Diversity (D) *†|
|Global Perspectives (G) *†|
May be satisfied by completing courses in another General Education category.
General education courses may be used to satisfy requirements for both general education and the major, minor, and program emphases, where applicable. Students should carefully review major requirements to determine if specific courses can also satisfy these general education categories.
- A list of university approved general education courses and administrative policies are available here.
|ANTH 111||Introduction to Anthropology||3|
|ARCH 321||History and Theory of Architecture I||3|
|ENVD 101||Introduction to Environmental Design||3|
|ENVD 102||Drawing Basics for Environmental Designers||1|
|ENVD 104||Environmental Design Fundamentals||1|
|ENVD 130||Drawing Skills for Environmental Designers||3|
|ENVD 172||Environmental Design Fundamentals Studio||3|
|LA 231||Landscape Architecture Graphics||3|
|LA 232||Design Technology||3|
|LA 271||Introduction to Landscape Architecture Studio||6|
|LA 272||Parks & Open Spaces Studio||6|
|LA 321||History of Landscape Architecture||4|
|LA 331||Graphics III: Design Communication||3|
|LA 341||Site Development and Detailing I||4|
|LA 342||Site Development and Detailing II||4|
|LA 371||Site Planning & Design Studio||6|
|LA 372||Community Planning & Design Studio||6|
|LA 422||Planting Theory and Practice||3|
|LA 441||Site Development and Detailing III||4|
|LA 471||Urban Design Studio||6|
|LA 472||Remediation & Planting Design Studio||6|
|or ARCH 474||International Design Studio|
|PSYC 111||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|or SOC 110||Introduction to Sociology|
|Select one from the following:||3|
|Business and Professional Writing|
|Writing in the Design Professions|
|Visual Culture and Language|
- The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in environmental design is exempt from the college minor requirement as well as the 9 credits of college area requirements.