Courses

ARCH 549
Graduate Project Part II
Design component, completion, and defense of the graduation design project.

ARCH 551
Communicating Construction
Understanding the role, composition, organization and conventions of the formal documentation necessary for communication of an architectural design to those undertaking the construction.

ARCH 555
Co-op Work Placement I
A mechanism to earn academic credit for relevant work experience outside the University.

ARCH 556
Co-op Work Placement II
A mechanism to earn academic credit for relevant work experience outside the University.

ARCH 561
Seminar: History and Theory
Faculty-initiated graduate seminars related to topics in architectural history or theory.

ARCH 568
Research Methods
Introduction to contemporary concerns and issues associated with research in architecture and landscape architecture.

ARCH 571
Seminar: Technology
Faculty-initiated graduate seminars across a range of topics related to building materials and construction technologies.

ARCH 572
Seminar: Structures
Faculty-initiated graduate seminars across a range of topics related to structural principles and corresponding mathematical representation.

ARCH 573
Seminar: Environmental Studies
Faculty-initiated graduate seminars on environmental topics concerning theory and the practice of architecture.

ARCH 574
Green building contemporary practice
Ecological and human wellbeing are an increasingly critical consideration in building design.

ARCH 575
Regenerative development
The relationship between human and natural systems in the context of regenerative design. Provides an understanding of how regenerative approaches differ from green design and how they can offer new insights and directions for design.

ARCH 577
Seminar: Design Media
Faculty-initiated graduate seminars across a range of topics related to design media.

ARCH 597
Seminar: Special Topics
Individual or small group study of special topics.

ARCH 598
Research Thesis
Thesis for the Master of Advanced Studies in Architecture.

LARC 316
Trees and Shrubs in Landscape
Introduction to the characteristics and uses of common local trees and shrubs.

LARC 415
Planting Design
Application of the study of human environmental response to landscape to planting design, paired with an examination of the aesthetic, ecological, and functional characteristics and uses of plants in designed landscapes.

LARC 444
Green Network Planning
Introduction to theory and methods of long-term green space planning for urban areas.

LARC 501
Landscape Architecture Design Studio I
Introduction to design thinking, iterative processes, and the spatial vocabulary of landscape architecture.

LARC 502
Landscape Architecture Design Studio II
Exploration of concepts, techniques, and practices that address more complex questions of context, program, and form.

LARC 503
Landscape Architecture Design Studio III
Comprehensive studio covering the full scope of design from concept to design development.

LARC 504
Landscape Architecture Design Studio IV
Joint studio of second- and third-year students confronting contemporary issues, systemic thinking, and speculative programs in landscape architecture.

LARC 505
Landscape Architecture Design Studio V
Joint studio of second- and third-year students confronting contemporary issues, systemic thinking, and speculative programs in landscape architecture.

LARC 510
Advanced Field Studies in Landscape Architecture
Local field-based studies in landscape architecture

LARC 511
Introductory Workshop
Weeklong workshop orienting incoming students to UBC and Vancouver.