With 100 percent of our students having real-world, hands-on experience, graduates with a degree from the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Design are able to:

  • Work with private land owners, municipalities and non-profits as entrepreneurs, construction managers, field supervisors and landscape designers to sustainably plan, construct and manage our natural and human environments
  • Work in the tree care and urban forestry industries
  • Restore and manage ecological systems and wildlife habitats
  • Address issues of water quality and watershed management
  • Work in the public or private sector with urban planners, engineers and architects to improve rural, suburban and urban communities across the globe
  • Design, construct and manage our natural and human environments
  • Restore and manage ecological systems and wildlife habitats
  • Work as an environmental advocate with nonprofit and governmental agencies 
  • Work with local, state and national environmental protection, conservation and research agencies and park services
  • Address issues of water quality and watershed management
  • Work in the private sector for environmental consulting, remediation and engineering companies
  • Work as a soil scientist to help build and conserve this critical resource
  • Work for agricultural research agencies and consulting companies
  • Attend graduate school