The department offers the only accredited Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture in the Ivy League and a minor in landscape studies for students across the university.
Graduate programs include the Master of Landscape Architecture, Master of Professional Studies and a dual master’s degree track with the Department of City and Regional Planning.
Study abroad programs
The department partners with the CALS Exchange Program to provide unique opportunities for students to study landscape architecture in another cultural context at reputable partner institutions around the globe. Past destinations include Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands and Singapore.
As a Land-Grant college, students and faculty explore diverse landscapes across New York and sites globally through studios and research.
News & Events
Caring for urban forests in Nairobi’s informal settlements
Master of Landscape Architecture student Kate Chesebrough spent six weeks this summer working as an urban forestry research fellow with the Center for International Forestry and World Agroforestry (CIFOR-ICRAF) in Nairobi, Kenya. The fellowship...
Academic focus: History/theory of landscape design, urbanism and architecture; focus on urban ecological design and 20th century politics of everyday environments. Research summary: I am a historian and theorist of international urban and...
In a new book, landscape architect Martin Hogue investigates the history and evolution of recreational camping through the lens of its most important and familiar components.
Engaged Teaching Join us for a catered lunch as we learn about Professor Marvin Pritts' approach to engaged teaching and how he is connecting his students to the community through plant-based projects and collaborations with local berry growers...
The Department of Landscape Architecture is proud to welcome Walter Hood , who will deliver the 2021 Professor Marvin I. Adleman Memorial Lecture. This virtual lecture is open to the public. Speaker Bio: Walter Hood is the Founder and Creative...