Environmental and Community Planning
With more than half of the world’s population living in cities, environmental and community planners are the key to creating functional and sustainable spaces where people live, work and play. Advance your knowledge of the natural environment, the built environment and how humans engage both. Gain hands-on experience through complex studio projects, service learning and internships, and tailor your education by focusing on either environmental or community planning.
Leading the Way
One of only 36 environmental and community planning programs in the nation.
Gain valuable skills
Develop essential technical skills in geographical information systems mapping.
Share classes and ideas with landscape architecture students as part of an interdisciplinary learning environment.
- City, County, or State Planner
- Transportation Planner
- Environmental Planner
- Zoning Administrator
- Community Development Director
- Urban Development Specialist
- Nonprofit Advocate
|ENGL 101 – Composition and Rhetoric||LARC 212 - Landscape Architecture History|
|LARC 105 - Intro to LA, Planning, & Env. Des.||LARC 271 - Portfolio Design
|LARC 120 - Landscape Architectural Drawing
||COMM 104 - Public Communication|
|DSGN 140 - Sustainable Living||MATH/STAT 111 – Math & Quantitative Skills|
|Environmental (ENV) or Community (COMM) or GEF Focus Area
Environmental (ENV) or Community (COMM) or GEF Focus Area
Environment, Community, Community Planning, Landscapes, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Environmental Planning
city planner, county planner, state planner, transportation planner, environmental planner, zoning administrator, community development director, urban development specialist, nonprofit advocate