Landscape Architecture Schools

Landscape Architecture programs is a graduate degree that prepares students for professional licensure as a landscape architect. Programs cover such subject areas as aesthetics of land, socio-economic factors, human behavior, and artistic design. Students learn about landscape architecture from the perspectives of design, planning, and management. Ecology, history, culture, and design practice are also covered in an in-depth manner. Areas of specialization include international studies, small town revitalization, urban development, eco-tourism, and sustainable design.

Landscape designers are increasingly taking on more responsibility as advocates for conservation and preservation. Programs are designed to enhance students' creative abilities and give them the skills to make informed decisions. Students spend a great deal of time in the design studio, learning the nuts and bolts of design. They also conduct research and study the history and theory of the practice.

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Landscape Architecture Schools

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