DIPLOMA IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE (DLA - S94)
WHAT YOU'LL STUDY
Design Fundamentals and TechniquesMore
Technology and Sustainability FundamentalsMore
Landscape Architecture FoundationMore
Thinking Critically about the UN SDGs (TCU)More
Collaboration in the Digital Age (CDA)More
Effective Writing for the Workplace (EWW)More
AI and Its Impact (AII)More
Problem Solving with Creative & Computational Thinking (PSCCT)More
Education and Career GuidanceMore
Design Studio I (Landscape Architecture)More
Technical Studies I (Landscape Architecture)More
Design Representation I (Landscape Architecture)More
Digital Communication for Impact (DCI)More
Personal Branding and Career Agility (PBCA)More
Sustainable Innovation Project (SIP)More
Technical Studies II (Landscape Architecture)More
Design Representation II (Landscape Architecture)More
Technical Studies Research (Landscape Architecture)More
Domain Specific Module I (Landscape Architecture)More
Domain Specific Module II (Landscape Architecture)More
Design Studio II (Landscape Architecture)More
Persuasive Communication with Data Storytelling (PCDS)More
The SP elective framework offers students options to pursue their passion and/or meet different career needs, and is an integral part of the holistic education we seek to provide to our students. The learning experiences of this elective framework help
students in their development as self-directed, versatile, lifelong learners, which are essential in today’s volatile and changing societal as well as occupational landscape.
Students who are interested to explore additional new skills and abilities will have the opportunity to take up to five electives. Please visit https://www.sp.edu.sg/sp/ education/elective-modules for details of this elective scheme and the full list of electives.
Common Core Curriculum
The Common Core Curriculum is designed to prepare students for a disruptive world that is ever-changing. Comprising critical human and emerging digital skills, the common core modules offer students an integral and inter-disciplinary learning experience
to address the wicked problems of the world (framed by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals).
Through the Common Core modules, students will think critically about real-world problems, empathise with local and global communities and be challenged to effect change. For more information on the Common Core Curriculum, please visit https://www.sp.edu.sg/sp/education/common-core-curriculum.