The University of Florida offers the only Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program in the State of Florida. The 4-year program exposes students to the broad range of issues and activities addressed by the discipline of landscape architecture. Through classroom and studio coursework, students acquire the knowledge, skills and technical competence that enables them to advance the discipline and achieve success as professional practitioners.

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Curriculum
Undergraduate Catalog– contains course descriptions
Course Syllabi
Financial Aid

Capstone Project
During the fourth year, students work on a terminal design project. The project is an independent study of the students’ choosing and is guided by a faculty advisor.
Historic Archive of Capstone Projects

During the summer following their third year, students have the opportunity to hold an internship position under the guidance of a registered landscape architect.
Internship Overview

Required Field Trips
Second year students participate in a three-day central and south-east Florida field trip. Third-year students participate in a week-long field trip visiting urban environments including such destinations as San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Vancouver. Students visit noteworthy built projects and prominent professional firms and public agencies.

Scholarships and Fellowships
Students have the opportunity to be awarded scholarships and fellowships once they are in the program. Faculty select the awardees based on need and academic performance.

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