Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
Description of the major
Landscape architecture is the art of design, planning, or management of the land and of the natural and built elements upon it. As an academic discipline, it embodies creative, cultural, philosophical, and scientific knowledge bases. As a professional discipline, the practice of landscape architecture includes site design, urban design, master planning, community planning, regional planning, resource conservation, and stewardship. For those selected to major in this field, the program is a five-year curriculum leading to a professionally accredited bachelor of landscape architecture degree.
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