The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree is a design based course that addresses both the problems and opportunities facing the natural and built environment.
As we become more conscious of preserving our environment, culture and artistic vision, Landscape Architecture has a growing relevance in our world.
Landscape Architects create spaces which are not only functional but which work to enhance the ecological integrity of an area - they preserve the natural environment and minimize the negative impacts of development.
Landscape Architects work on a variety of scales, from major urban developments to regional projects. Their work includes all aspects of landscape and land use planning, design and management, restoration and rehabilitation, and the identification and assessment of environmental and social impacts.
As a Landscape Architect you will use art, science, design and the social sciences to create functional and attractive natural and built environments which will endure for generations. The skills you develop will help shape our world on a physical scale few other professions can.
Angela Reimers (Marketing)
The Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Visual Arts, UWA