Major name: Landscape Architecture
Level: Undergraduate (starting from high school level)
Category of discipline: forestry (Agriculture)
Admission requirements: A regular high school, vocational high school, technical school or secondary-professional school diploma.
Objectives: This major is designed to cultivate high-quality workers with strong practical abilities and political integrity in an all-round way; who love, understand, and are willing to serve rural areas and farmers; who have an entrepreneurial spirit and abilities, and grasp the concepts of ecology and sustainable development; and who have a basic knowledge of ecology, botany, design and engineering, and can engage in the production, maintenance and use of garden plants as well as the planning, design, construction and management of all kinds of green spaces in villages, towns and even cities.
Time: 5 years, with student status retained for 8 years
Forms of study: Open education
Total class hours and credits: 2,520 class hours, 140 credits
Main courses: Botany, Plant Physiology, Soil and Fertilizers, Landscape Art, Landscape Ecology, Landscape Mapping, History of Chinese and Foreign Gardens, Foundations of Plant Pest Control, Landscape Dendrology, Landscape Floriculture, Landscape Planning and Design, Pest Control for Garden Plants, and others.