The Bachelor of Science Program in Landscape Architecture is strongly influenced by its unique New England setting. Massachusetts is now the fifth fastest growing state in the nation, and landscape and planning issues assume critical significance for our immediate and long-term future.

In this STEM-designated program, you’ll study core courses to learn the principles, methods, processes, and techniques of landscape architecture design, from residential garden design to sustainable open spaces. You’ll also build professional skills in graphic and written communications, landform manipulation, construction materials, site engineering, and professional practice to help prepare you for hands-on work.

Our fundamental concern is the wise use of land and natural resources. You’ll learn how planning and design can better serve human and environmental goals around ecological, economic, and social concerns. The program is accredited by the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board. 

Upon graduation you will have the knowledge and skills necessary to work in private or public practice designing future landscape settings that are both beautiful and sustainable.