- ENVD 2010 Introduces students to the importance of basic design methods.
- There is also a Pre-Landscape Architecture track which will lead directly to graduate school.
- Attend the Miller Writing Center's e-portfolio workshop series to aid in the development of your design portfolio.
- Consider volunteering for a social impact cause or community center to develop leadership and teamwork skills in addition to identifying causes that interest you.
- Use Handshake to explore employers actively hiring in your field and search for part-time jobs that can add experience to your résumé.
- Follow CADC Career Services on social media, Instagram at au_cadccareerservices, and Facebook at CADC Career Services.
- Join the Environmental Design Student Organization (EDSO) and begin to network and socialize with students in your field.
- Explore the Auburn University Honors College to elevate your academic time at the university.
- ENVD Workshop I will be taken during the summer between your sophomore and junior year. Explore the Workshop options with your Academic Advisor.
- The curriculum allows for minors and concentrations as well as directed electives.
- If you declared a minor, it is encouraged that you finish those courses during your junior year.
- Further explore your directed electives, and seek those that align with your career or graduate study goals.
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- Build relationships with faculty as you begin to point toward future plans. Discuss those plans as well as potential graduate studies opportunities that may match your interests and background.
- Consider Auburn University’s graduate programs such as Master in Building Construction, Master of Industrial Design, Master of Landscape Architecture, Master of Science in Architecture, and other graduate programs.
- Use LinkedIn to identify past graduates in Environmental Design and reach out to see about shadowing and internship opportunities.
- Ask professors about undergraduate research opportunities, and attend on campus seminars given by design professionals.
- Engage with employers at the Building Science Career Fairs, Architecture Career Fair and School of Industrial and Graphic Design Virtual Career Fairs to discuss internship and full-time employment opportunities, as well as the many other career fairs hosted on-campus.
- Finish up your directed electives and minor if you have not already.
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- Meet with your Career Services Specialist and Faculty Members to discuss your post-graduation plans and to cover what resources are available to you.
- Meet with your academic advisor to complete a graduation check during your first semester of senior year.
- Consider submitting your work to present at the Auburn Research Student Symposium.
- Attend career fairs and graduate and professional school recruiting events.
- Engage in service projects with other disciplines, and student organizations, within the CADC and across campus.
- Attend regional/national conferences for professional and student organizations.
This program prepare students to enter the environmental design industry. It is a good option for students who are interested in pursuing graduate studies in design, planning, and construction related programs.
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Holland's Code: AIR
Most common* Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personality types found in this major, in no particular order:
*Every MBTI type is found in every major, these are the most highly concentrated
- Reading Comprehension
- Complex Problem Solving
- Critical Thinking
- Active Listening
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Last modified: September 29, 2021