Department of Landscape Architecture
Landscape architecture is a multi-faceted profession dedicated to the welfare of the physical environment and the living communities of the earth. It is a diverse and growing design profession that combines art, science, engineering, and technology. Landscape Architecture at the College of Design is especially concerned with the stewardship, restoration, and regeneration of the natural and cultural environments in urban, rural, and wilderness settings.Back To Top
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program was phased out beginning Fall 2011. No new students will be accepted into the program. If you are interested in pursuing landscape architecture at the College of Design, please view our Master of Landscape Architecture program.
The Department of Landscape Architecture currently enjoys full accreditation from the Landscape Architecture Accreditation Board (LAAB).Back To Top
Minor in Landscape Architecture
The Minor in Landscape Architecture will provide a basic understanding of the nature of the profession of Landscape Architecture. Knowledge of Landscape Architecture history and theory provides a useful addition to a major in any of the University disciplines.
The Minor in Landscape Architecture is designed to:
- Provide a general background in the discipline with regard to landscape architecture research, development and design for students, whose primary professional practice will be in another discipline.
- Clarify the role of the profession of Landscape Architecture.
- Define how the profession of Landscape Architecture and all related professional disciplines contribute to the successful practice of design.
For more information, contact Gene Bressler: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Graduate Program
Teaching Assistant Professor
C. Radoslovich Delcambre
Professor of the Practice
Assistant Professor of the Practice