Capstone Project Seminar
ARCH X 472.15C
This seminar takes a student into the research an analysis of their final project idea. Students explore sites, programs, and submit a final capstone proposal and presentation.
What you can learn.
- Research appropriate sites for potential design solutions
- Generate a program(s) appropriate in scale and information to illustrate your solution
- Organize and present materials to communicate the results of research for a large scale project proposal for design in electronic, verbal, and written/graphic formats
- Incorporate skills, techniques, theory and design processes that demonstrate minimum professional proficiency in landscape architecture graphic design and theory
About this course:
The Capstone Project Seminar is the first of the final two courses in the UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Program. Based upon the preliminary work completed during this quarter, the student will explore a big idea, explore appropriate sites and site analysis, and begin the iterative process of developing a program, goals and objectives, a schedule, and a written proposal. This course is a required prerequisite to the Capstone Project Studio.
It is advisable that you complete the following (or equivalent) since they are prerequisites for Capstone Project Seminar.
Completion of all previous courses in the program sequence with a C+ or better.