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Dept. of Environment & Landscape Architecture

Nature is Living Environment!As environmental problems are getting move and more serious, the demand for comfortable and environmentally sound living spaces are increasing. Therefore, the demand for planning & design, construction and maintenance (management) to build more environment friendly spaces is growing. New concepts such as the ecological restoration, the urban Biotope and ESSD (Environmentally Sustainable and Sound Development) are creating lots of new opportunities for environment specialists. To measure up to these social needs, the curriculum of our Department of Environment & Landscape Architecture is focused on landscape planning, landscape design, landscape construction and landscape maintenance with ecological and environmental interest. Also, the department provides two special major courses, the landscape design course and landscape construction and management course. Through these courses, students will gain vocation-oriented skills and techniques corresponding to industrial standards.

Subject Overview

Landscape Drawing
Landscape Drawing aims to develop basic drawing skills to draw structures and materials. Students will learn the usages of drawing tools and devices required for practical landscape drawing.
Introduction to Landscape Architecture
Introduction to Landscape Architecture introduces fundamental concepts of landscape architecture by introducing overall landscape architectural theories and related fields.
Landscape Plants
Landscape Plants introduces a nomenclature of landscape plants, the value of landscape plants, and identification of plants. Students can build up capabilities applying to the design and construction.
Landscape Construction Materials
Landscape Construction Materials focuses on a basic understanding of characteristics and usages of various plants and construction materials required in landscape construction.
Presentation Practice
Presentation Practice trains coloring skills and presentation techniques required in landscape planning and design.
Landscape Floriculture
Landscape Floriculture covers basic theory regarding the physiology, ecology, and aesthetic characteristics of flowering plants. Students can apply their knowledge to the landscape field, which consists of production management, design and construction.
Garden Design
Garden Design introduces fundamental theories and design processes of private garden design and provides an opportunity to design a small garden for students.
Landscape Construction
Landscape Construction introduces various landscape construction methods for planting and facilities. Students can improve practical application capabilities by drawing and specifying production.
Landscape Maintenance I
Landscape Maintenance I covers a variety of landscape managements; such as maintenance, operation, and application management. Through this course, students build up application capabilities required in the business practice.
Landscape Sketch Practice
Landscape Sketch Practice introduces fundamental sketch techniques and principal formative elements of landscape, and provides an opportunity to practice various drawing techniques and to build up creativity.
Landscape Planning
Landscape Planning introduces the landscape planning process and provides an opportunity to plan a project. Students also learn about ecological, social and aesthetic values of landscape.
Computer Aided Landscape Design I
Computer Aided Landscape Design I introduces landscape architecture designing techniques, with the use of CAD, especially focusing on 2D design for landscape drawings.
Landscape Estimation
Landscape Estimation introduces various cost calculation methods; such as quantity estimation based on design drawing and calculation of planting cost, facility cost and machine cost of landscape construction on the standard calculation.
Landscape Planting
Landscape Planting introduces physiological, ecological, and aesthetic characteristics of landscape plants, as well as aesthetical, architectural and technological uses of planting. This course provides an opportunity to practice planting design.
Topography Design
Topography Design introduces fundamental knowledge about topographical transformation and general landscape structures and provides an opportunity to practice topography design.
Surveying introduces fundamental theories on survey and basic usages of surveying tools, and builds up the capability to draw topography and structures on site by practice.
Landscape Design
Landscape Design gives an understanding of design processes of small-sized landscape projects (including small park, children's park and neighboring parks) and cultivates performance capabilities for landscape design through individual design practice.
Computer Graphics
Computer Graphics trains students to become familiar with applications of 2D computer graphics software that are utilized as presentation platforms in the landscape design field. This course also cultivates various presentation abilities through actual work production exercises.
On-the-Job Training
On-the-Job Training allows students to gain experience in governmental offices or landscape design offices for 1 month. This course cultivates practical abilities for a future career.
Computer Aided Landscape Practice
Computer Aided Landscape Practice teaches about the performance methods of landscape projects by utilizing computers. This course also teaches computer presentation skills.
Environmental Ecology
Environmental Ecology covers the ecological characteristics of the natural environment, methods of natural environment formation, and environment ecology investigation through practical training.
Landscape Detail Design
Landscape Detail Design introduces various types and characteristics of landscape detail. This course cultivates practical designing abilities.
Computer Aided Landscape Design II
Computer Aided Landscape Design II teaches about 3D applications used with computer landscape planning and design. This course improves computer application abilities related to the fabrication and design of topography.
Indoor Landscape
Indoor Landscape introduces basic knowledge about indoor landscape materials, and equips students with the skills necessary to design and construct for indoor landscaping projects.
Landscape Design Practice
Landscape Design Practice introduces general landscape design theories and cultivates the practical abilities of landscape design by completing projects.
Ecological Restoration Engineering
Ecological Restoration Engineering cultivates abilities in the field on ecological restoration such as: environment friendly landscape plans, designs and management, slope afforestation and natural river plans. This course teaches the basics on environmental ecology and application methods in the landscape field.
Landscape Maintenance II
Landscape Maintenance II covers extermination methods, as well as disease symptoms of plants and the life style of harmful insects.
Landscape Construction Practice
Landscape Construction Practice teaches theories and techniques required for landscape construction.
Tree Entomology
Tree Entomology introduces disease control methods and tree therapy for general and vermin damage.
Tree Pathology
Tree Pathology covers how to judge, diagnose and cure tree diseases caused by blight or insects.
History of Landscape Architecture
History of Landscape Architecture introduces a variety of landscape architectural styles and works from different cultures and time periods, and teaches about fundamental knowledge of landscape architectural styles.
Plant Physiology
Plant Physiology introduces physiological characteristics, reaction, adaptation and growth patterns of landscape plants by different circumstances. Students can improve their capabilities of landscape design, landscape construction and landscape management with physiological knowledge.
Landscape Maintenance II
Landscape Maintenance II introduces general maintenance methods for landscape plants, turfs and landscape facilities, and also teaches plant maintenance methods for disease control.
Landscape Structural Engineering
Landscape Structural Engineering introduces fundamental dynamics of landscape structures and improves students' capabilities to design and construct landscape structures.
Analysis of Landscape Management
Analysis of Landscape Management provides theoretical and practical practices for landscape business management, such as legal problems, financial management, personnel management and material management. Students can improve on management techniques for various business problems.


Comprehensive Landscape Construction Companies, Special Landscape Planting Companies, Special Landscape Facilities Construction Companies, General Landscape Companies, Landscape Planning & Engineering Companies, Landscape Design Companies, Landscape Maintenance Companies(Tree Hospital), Interior Landscape Companies, Golf Course Maintenance, Public service relate to Public Parks & Green Area, Public Facilities Maintenance Corporation, Plants Nursery Farm Manager.