Study in Ohio

Three academic institutions provide course work and research education in living architecture:

  • Kent State University (Kent/Cleveland, OH)

  • University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati, OH)

  • Heidelberg University (Tiffin, OH)

Over 350 students per year are educated in the courses listed below. Students go on to become advocates, professionals, researchers, and teachers of living architecture and green infrastructure in regional and global markets.  

Interested? Study living architecture in one of these programs.

Undergraduate Education

Master’s Education

Professional Masters

Research Masters

Doctoral Education

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Kent State University

1. Living Architecture ARCH 56995/46995 -3.0 hrs
2. Living Architecture Innovation ARCH 56995/46995 -3.0 hrs
3. Research Studio in Living Architecture LARC 60105 -6.0 hrs
4. Contrived Natures ARCH 46995 -3.0 hrs
5. Urban Ecosystems ARCH 65632/LARC 60602 -3.0 hrs
6. Sustainable Building Construction I ARCH 67510 -3.0 hrs
7. Sustainable Building Construction II ARCH 67511 -3.0 hrs
8. Plant Physiology BSCI 30267 -3.0 hrs
9. Plant Systematics BSCI 40195 -4.0 hrs
10. Plant Communities of Ohio BSCI 40274 -3.0 hrs
11. Soil Biology BSCI 40162/50162/70162 -3.0 hrs
12. Community and Ecosystem Ecology BSCI 50372/70372 -2.0 hrs
13. Forestry BSCI 30274 -3.0 hrs
14. Urban hydrology GEOL 4/5/6095 -3.0 hrs
15. Research Studio in Pollution, Health, & the City ARCH 60103 -9.0 hrs
16. Project Programming ARCH Industrial and Transport Emissions -3.0 hrs
17. Optimization & Parametric Analysis ARCH66995-004 -3.0 hrs

University of Cincinnati

18.      Living Architecture LAND 7057 -3.0 hrs
19.      Urban Landscapes IV: Roofs and Facades HORT 3044 -3.0 hrs
20.      Interdisciplinary Topics in Design DAAP 6090/5190 -3.0 hrs
21.      Greening Neighborhoods PLAN133 -3.0 hrs
22.     Advanced Environmental Topics: Water EVST 4011 -3.0 hrs
23.     Ecosystem Ecology BIOL 5060 -3.0 hrs
24.    Graduate Topics: Global Change and Ecosystems BIOL8000 -3.0 hrs

Training for middle/high school faculty
25.    Environmental Field Techniques BIOL 3011C/8051C -3.0 hrs
26. Interdisciplinary Field Experiences BIOL 3090/7090 -3.0 hrs

 


Heidelberg University

1.      Introduction to Environmental Sciences ENS 101 -4.0 hrs
2.      Ecology  ENS 334 -4.0 hrs
3.      Water Pollution Biology BIO 324 -4.0 hrs
4.      Issues in Environmental Science ENS 300 -3.0 hrs
5.      Environmental Science Research ENS 393 -1.0 hrs
6.      Surface Water Systems GEO 308 -4.0 hrs

 

      TOTAL  117.0 hrs