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The Landscape Architecture Accreditation Board (LAAB) requires accredited program to provide reliable information to the public. Program must report on accreditation status and performance. This information is meant to help potential students make information application decisions. (print document)


For more information on LAAB, view: Accreditation and Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB) |


  • Accreditation

    The Oklahoma State University Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) is nationally accredited degree program, successfully completing LAAB’s 6-year re-accreditation process in 2022. Historically the BLA degree has been a 5-year 150 credit hours degree. In the Fall 2022 the BLA degree was changed to a 4-year 126 credit hour degree.  Oklahoma State University BLA degree can be applied to licensure requirements throughout the United States as well as some parts of Canada.

  • Cost of Attendance

    This is an estimated cost of full-time attendance for one year of study at OSU.

    2024-2025 Estimated Cost (In State) Total $26,650

    • Tuition and Fess $13,920
    • Room and Board $11,380
    • Books and Supplies $1,350

    2024-2025 Estimated Cost (Out of State) Total $42,170

    • Tuition and Fess $29,440
    • Room and Board $11,380
    • Books and Supplies $1,350

    Source: Undergraduate Cost of Attendance | Oklahoma State University (


  • Student Retention and Graduation Rates

    Please note that the BLA was a 5-year degree until 2021-2022. In 2022-23 the BLA became to a 4-year degree. Data collected from: Retention and Graduation Rate Reports | Institutional Research AND ANALYTICS | Oklahoma State University


  • Number of BLA Degrees Awarded

    For the years listed below, 95% of student have full time jobs prior to graduation (data excludes spring of 2020 graduated whose employment was delayed due to COVID).


    • 2014-2015: 9
    • 2015-2016: 7
    • 2016-2017: 10
    • 2017-2018: 9
    • 2018-2019: 7
    • 2019-2020: 11
    • 2020-2021: 6
    • 2021-2022: 7
    • 2022-2023: 8
    • 2023-2024: 10
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