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Landscape Architecture Degree

Landscape architecture requires one to interpret, imagine, draw, conceptualize, synthesize, and construct project ideas that transform both the landscapes and the users of those landscapes. As issues of sustainability become more critical, Landscape Architects are poised to address them, as they design the interface between humankind and the urban, suburban, and the natural environment.
The Landscape Architecture program at Oklahoma State University offers a nationally accredited professional degree, the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture. The degree program has recently moved from a 5-year plan to a 4-year plan (beginning with Fall 2022). The program has strong ties with the profession and is supported by a professional advisory committee.

Student presenting landscape architecture project to a panel jury.

The department promotes interaction among students, faculty and professionals by hosting visiting professionals to lecture, by sponsoring class critiques and by organizing field trips to professional offices and builtworks. Additional opportunities available to students include summer internships and study abroad programs.


The design-intensive, future-oriented curriculum focuses on design theory, complex problem solving, technical skills, digital technologies, and hands-on learning.


The curriculum allows students to major in Landscape Architecture while selecting an emphasis area in design, environmental plan or horticulture.

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