New Reflection on Undergraduate Teaching System Construction of Landscape in Art Colleges

Feng YUAN, Yanping PENG


By the end of 2012, the undergraduate course catalog in colleges and universities has expressly stipulated that landscape architecture majors can be granted Bachelor of Arts. The promulgation of this provision not only laid the academic foundation of landscape profession (landscape architecture) but pointed out the future direction of landscape architecture for art colleges. According to the unique academic characteristics of art colleges, the authors in this paper put forward three suggestions on constructing undergraduate teaching of landscape architecture in art colleges, in hope that people with lofty ideals would pay more attention to exploring the construction of characteristic landscape architecture for art colleges under the new situation.


Landscape design; Art college; Landscape architecture; Undergraduate education

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