Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture

Students and faculty engage during a landscape architecture class

The Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture (BSLA) is a four-year professional degree. The program’s curriculum is a well-rounded combination of art, science, the humanities and professional skills. Landscape architecture is a field that has significant historical roots but embraces the most important issues of our times, from creating sustainable places and protecting valuable resources to designing spaces of beauty, meaning, wellness and diversity. The BSLA degree satisfies the educational requirement for professional registration as a landscape architect.

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Jessica Baer-Graves
Student Services Manager