Landscape Architecture is Place-Making
Designing something that is functional, aesthetically pleasing, socially conscious, and environmentally responsible – landscape architecture goes beyond gardens to encompass urban planning, design of multi-use transportation corridors, and restoration of natural places. From coastal design for climate change resilience to pride- and quality-of-life-enhancing community design, to exciting urban spaces like New York City's High Line, this is landscape architecture.
- Landscape architects design solutions to complex social and environmental issues.
- The B.L.A. is a professional degree program, and is the first step towards seeking licensure.
- Dedicated Stuckeman School career adviser works exclusively with our students.
- American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) boasts 15,000 members, representing all 50 states, plus 68 countries.
- Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Undergraduate, Professional)
- Master of Landscape Architecture (Graduate, Professional)
- Master of Science in Landscape Architecture (Graduate, Disciplinary)
- Master of Professional Studies Geodesign (Graduate, Professional)