Bircham University’s Landscape Architecture program is a methodical approach to the design of outdoor space, from the rudimentary use of natural landscape to the planning and design of habitats and communities. The program examines the principles of approaching maintainable landscape growth, invigorating deprived and miserable urban areas and specifically designing open spaces to ensure green zone development. In addition, it presents new trends in landscape architecture.
Subjects covered on this course include: Land Use Planning, Environmental Impact, Urban Geospatial Analysis, Landscape Planning, Planting & Recreational Design, Landscape Construction, Architectural Environmental Integration, Landscape Design, Landscape Architecture & Landscape Art & Perception.
The Landscape Architecture course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree programs.