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Landscape Architecture

A nationally accredited program
Landscape Architecture is an environmental design discipline that applies artist and scientific principles to the design, planning, and management of both natural and built environments. Landscape architects work on a wide variety of projects including garden design, residential design, community planning, urban design, parks and recreation, commercial/campus design, and sustainable site design. 
Curriculum will expose students to a wide variety of projects. Explore Examples of Students Work

A Career in Landscape Architecture!


Typical employers of Landscape Architects include Landscape Architecture firms, architectural/engineering firms and government agencies dealing with land planning, environmental and conservation applications, urban planning and recreation/parks.


  • Campus and school sites
  • Commercial development
  • Green roofs
  • Hotels, resorts and golf courses
  • Neighborhood and community design
  • Parks and trails
  • Public gardens
  • Residential landscapes
  • Streetscapes and public spaces
  • Sustainable design and planning
  • Urban design

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Programs accredited by the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB) are required to provide reliable information to the public. Programs must report on accreditation status and its performance. This information is to help potential students make informed application decisions.

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