We offer an accredited, professional Bachelor of Science degree in Landscape Architecture (BSLA), as well as a Master of Science (M.S.), and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). We are a small program where the students and faculty form a strong, close-knit community. We are composed of approximately 60 undergraduate students, a small group of graduate students, and six faculty members. We design, research, teach, and do public outreach, imagining vibrant communities and creating places of value; while protecting and restoring our natural and cultural resources. We strive toward actionable and collaborative practices that address climate justice and social equity. If you are a spatial thinker and you love art and design and you love plants and horticulture, then this is the program for you. Learn more about why PSLA?