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Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program is focused on an interdisciplinary foundation experience and a balance of liberal arts courses that reinforce and augment the academic and professional areas of discovery around new urban landscapes. The program provides a concurrent academic and practice curriculum as a method of delivering applied, integrated learning, where intellectual growth and practice readiness are taught and valued. 

The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program welcomes you to join our energetic student body in the discovery and production of highly original, sustainable, and meaningful landscapes.

We seek students who:

  • care about the environment,
  • are seeking ways of combining their interest and passion for art and natural science,
  • wish to become part of a collaborative and progressive team of designers.

Our design studios provide an inspiring environment led by design professionals who understand built spaces and who are constructing real projects in the City. Students learn relevant knowledge and skills that will allow them to make a difference to how communities live and thrive.

Our Concurrent Practice education offers a unique learning model combining classroom and on-the-ground experiences. Students expand their knowledge and skill sets through class exercises with hands-on applied learning opportunities, in offices or in the field. Our students are excited about their careers and our alumni are 100 % employed today!

We are in Boston, home to more than 50 higher education institutions who make up the most innovative population of our cutting-edge City.

Our BLA program is a first professional degree accredited by the Landscape Architecture Accrediting Board (LAAB).

The Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics and the National Endowment for the Arts (See Research Notes #103N)
anticipate a 20% growth in the Landscape Architecture job market over the next 5 years.