Course Code: DILG

On completion of the course the participant will be able to, • Understand the principles and procedures underlying the design and development of garden areas. • Apply knowledge of landscape theory, combined with the aesthetic, technical and scientific understanding required by this demanding career. • Meet the future industry and community requirements to effectively work as landscape designers with a thorough understanding of sustainability


Unit ID Unit Name
001 History of Landscape Architecture and garden design
002 Man & Environment
003 Basics of Plant Biology
004 Soft landscaping
005 Plant Nursery Management -1 & 2
006 Hard landscaping
007 Basic Drawing Skills -1 & 2
008 Types of Gardens
009 Landscape & Garden design - 1 & 2
010 Estimating and costing for Landscaping & Garden designing

Entry Requirement

  • Those who are interested in Landscaping & Gardening & intending to, • find employment as landscape architects both locally and abroad • develop their own home gardens