Below is a list of undergraduate and graduate courses that are offered, as well as the number of credits for each course. The courses below are generally taught at least once every other year, and some are taught much more frequently.

Course Number (Linked to Description)
Course Title (Course Syllabus will be linked if available) Credits Term Typically Taught   Course Number (Linked to Description) Course Title (Course Syllabus will be linked if available) Credits Term Typically Taught  
LARC103 Landscape and Field Sketching  3 Fall   PLSC100 Plants and Human Culture 3 Fall  
LARC150 CAD for Site Design  3 Spring   PLSC101 Botany I 3 Fall  
LARC202 History of Landscape Architecture  3 Fall   PLSC104 Botany I Laboratory 1 Fall  
LARC222 Introduction to Surveying (C/L CIEG222) 3 Fall   PLSC128 The Science of Wine 1 Spring  
LARC232 Foundations of Landscape Architecture  3 Fall, Spring    PLSC140 People and Plants: Feast or Famine 3 Fall  
LARC233 Foundations of Landscape Architecture  Studio  1 Fall   PLSC151 IIntroduction to Crop Science 3 Spring  
LARC250 Design Process Studio  3 Spring   PLSC154 Topics in Production and Management of Ornamental Plants 1 to 6    
LARC330 The Built Environment Studio  3 Spring   PLSC170 Soils and Environmental Quality 3 Spring  
LARC332 Landscape Architecture Symposium  1 Spring   PLSC171 New Student Colloquium 1 Fall  
LARC343 Site Engineering 3 Spring   PLSC201 Botany II 4 Spring  
LARC350 Urban Design Studio 3 Fall   PLSC203 Portfolio Review 1    
LARC351 Rural Design Studio  3     PLSC204 Introduction to Soil Science 3 Fall  
LARC354 Plant Ecology 3 Spring   PLSC205 Introduction to Soil Science Laboratory 1 Fall  
LARC364 Landscape Architecture Internship 1 to 6 Fall, Spring   PLSC206 Farm to Table 3 Spring  
LARC431 Urban Hydrology and Drainage Design 3 Spring   PLSC211 Herbaceous Landscape Plants 3 Fall  
LARC440 Professional Practice 2 Spring   PLSC212 Woody Landscape Plants 4 Fall  
LARC442 Stormwater Management for Sustainable Development (C/L CIEG442) 3 Fall   PLSC214 Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United States 4 Spring  
LARC450 Ecological Planting Design Studio 3 Spring   PLSC218 Fermentation Sciences (C/L ANFS218) 3 Spring  
LARC456 Senior Design Studio 3 Spring   PLSC267 Wetland Monitoring and Assessment 3 Spring  
          PLSC270 Biotechnology: Science and Socioeconomic Issues (C/L ANFS270, APEC270) 3    
          PLSC275 Healing Plants: Medicine, Myth, Magic  3    
          PLSC300 Principles of Animal and Plant Genetics (C/L ANFS300) 3 Spring  
          PLSC302 Vegetable Science 4 Fall  
          PLSC303 Introductory Plant Pathology 4 Spring  
          PLSC305 Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition 4 Spring  
          PLSC310 Animal and Plant Genetics Laboratory (C/L ANFS310) 1 Spring  
          PLSC313 Turf Establishment and Maintenance 4    
          PLSC333 Estimating and Bidding 1    
          PLSC366 Independent Study 1 to 6 By arrangement  
          PLSC367-011 Controlled Environment Agriculture for Urban Environments 3 Spring  
          PLSC367-012 Horticultural Exhibit Design 2 Spring  
          PLSC399 Teaching Experience 1 to 2 Fall, Spring  
          PLSC401 Agronomic Crop Science 3 Spring of even years  
          PLSC403 Landscape Management 3 Fall  
          PLSC404 Plant Taxonomy 3 Spring of odd years  
          PLSC405 Environmental Forensics and Society 3 Fall  
          PLSC410 Introduction to Plant Physiology 3 Fall  
          PLSC412 Ecosystem Ecology 3 Fall  
          PLSC415 Vascular Plant Anatomy 3    
          PLSC419 Soil Microbiology 4 Spring  
          PLSC421 Nonpoint Source Pollution 3 Spring  
          PLSC422 Plant Propagation 3    
          PLSC429 Introduction to the Fungi 4    
          PLSC430 Urban Ecology 3 Fall  
          PLSC435 Plant Developmental Biology 3 Fall  
          PLSC437 Collections Management and Curation 3 Spring  
          PLSC438 Fate/Transport Soil Contaminants 3 Spring  
          PLSC441 Forage Resource Management (C/L ANFS402)  3 Spring of odd years  
          PLSC445 Biogeochemical Cycling of Nutrients  3    
          PLSC455 Issues in Plant and Soil Sciences 3    
          PLSC466 Independent Study  1 to 6 By arrangement  
          PLSC467 Plant-Contaminant Interactions 3 Fall of even years  
            GRADUATE COURSES      
          PLSC601 Agronomic Crop Science 3 Spring of even years  
          PLSC603 Soil Physics (C/L BREG603) 3 Spring  
          PLSC604 Plant Taxonomy 3 Spring of odd years  
          PLSC608 Environmental Soil Chemistry (C/L CHEM608) 3 Spring  
          PLSC612 Ecosystem Ecology 3 Fall  
          PLSC615 Vascular Plant Anatomy 3    
          PLSC619 Soil Microbiology 4 Spring  
          PLSC621 Nonpoint Source Pollution 3 Spring  
          PLSC629 Introduction to the Fungi 4    
          PLSC630 Urban Ecology 3 Fall  
          PLSC635 Plant Developmental Biology 3 Fall  
          PLSC636 Plant Genes and  Genomes 3    
          PLSC637 Collections Management and Curation 3 Spring  
          PLSC640 Field Methods in Soil-Water-Air 3 Fall of odd years  
          PLSC641 Forage Resource Management (C/L ANFS602) 3 Spring of odd years  
          PLSC643 Watershed Hydrochemistry 3 Fall of odd years  
          PLSC645 Biogeochemical Cycling of Nutrients 3    
          PLSC667 Plant-Contaminant Interactions 3 Fall of even years  
          PLSC671 Paradigms in Cell Signaling 3    
          PLSC800 Current Topics in Plant Science 1 to 3 Fall, Spring  
          PLSC802 Professional Development 1 Spring  
          PLSC805 Insect-Plant Chemical Ecology 3    
          PLSC864 Seminar Planning and Development 1    
          PLSC865 Seminar 1 Fall, Spring  
          PLSC868 Research 1 to 9    
          PLSC869 Master’s Thesis 1 to 6    
          PLSC874 Topics in Molecular Biology 1    
          PLSC964 Pre-Candidacy Study 3 to 12    
          PLSC969 Doctoral Dissertation 1 to 12