Major in Sustainable Landscapes (MJ0300.1)
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THIS MAJOR IS CLOSED TO STUDENTS COMMENCING IN 2021 OR LATER.
The Sustainable Landscapes major allows students to consider the way that landscape processes underpin site-specific sustainable design. Students will be introduced to concepts including: indigenous significance of landscapes; landscape evolution; soil formation; controls on water flow through and over the landscape; and Australian plants and animals, noting how these factors interact spatially. By the end of the major students will be able to approach the design of functional spaces in a manner that is sensitive to the cultural and biophysical characteristics of the landscape, and learn of the professional responsibilities associated with ecological stewardship.
Please Note: Units marked with an * are no longer active, however students who have completed these units may still count them towards completion of this major or minor.