- Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA)
- Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)
- Master of Historic Preservation (MHP)
- Environmental Planning & Design (MEPD)
- Environmental Ethics Certificate (EECP)
Landscape Architecture - Make a Difference!
Do you have what it takes?
Landscape architects typically hold a bachelor's or master's degree in landscape architecture, covering a broad spectrum of design, science, and technical know-how. Topics include site design, historic preservation, planning, grading and drainage, horticulture, sustainability/ecology and even subjects like psychology, sociology, and anthropology.
UGA is one of more than 60 schools that offer bachelor's or master's programs across the country. Many graduates will go on to work in landscape architecture or other design firms. Organizations with large amounts of land to manage will also employ landscape architects. Companies like Disney, federal government agencies like the National Park Service, local government agencies, parks and recreation departments, universities, and others all staff landscape architects.
For a list of possible career paths, job titles, employers and current happenings in Landscape Architecture, please click below.
Need some help? CEDUS can:
-provide the mandatory academic advising for current BLA majors
-give information about the BLA curriculum/program of study
-discuss changing your major to the BLA
-advise you about how minors fit into the BLA program
-explore your educational and career goals
-investigate study abroad opportunities
-help you get connected with student organizations both within CED and across UGA
-give campus referrals
-assist with potential job information
-and much more!
Program of Study
The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) is a five-year undergraduate degree. Students complete state-required core curriculum, a summer internship, a senior project, and an in-depth study of the theory and practice of landscape architecture. Courses offered cover the topics of studio design, construction, engineering, plant species, community impact, environmental issues, portfolio building, and others. A complete listing of courses with descriptions is available through the UGA Bulletin — to see our program of study, click "for more information" below.
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