is a STEM-designated, nationally accredited, and licensed profession that involves designing and planning outdoor spaces, including parks, campuses, streetscapes, plazas, ecological restorations, stormwater systems, and large-scale planning for greenways and new cities.

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We also provide research assistantship.

Research Assistantships are available for students who hold a professional bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture, architecture, or another allied field.  Assistantship applications are due February 1st, and all assistantships start on August 15th.

For more information and to see if you qualify, please email the Department Chair, Dominic L. Fischer.












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