Major Spotlight! September 15-19
The disciplines of Landscape Architecture, Regional and Community Planning, and Community Development shape the world we live in. Students and faculty focus on three areas of planning and design: environmental stewardship, critical inquiry and creative thinking, and community design and engagement. The Landscape Architecture program places special emphasis on site analysis, land planning, arrangement and organization of facilities on the land, organization of outdoor spaces, topographical manipulation and other aspects of site construction, and the use of plants in the landscape.
K-State’s Landscape Architecture program is ranked the #2 Graduate School in the nation, and will celebrate 50 years of Landscape Architecture in November.
Check out a career biography of a K-State Landscape Architecture graduate who used her education and experiences to obtain a job in the real world.
Explore a wide variety of career opportunities in Landscape Architecture available to you and continue to explore and learn more about this major.
Get involved on Campus
As a student, you have many opportunities for leadership and involvement on campus. See how you can get involved in Landscape Architecture to learn more about this major.
Want more information on this major? Check out the Landscape Architecture website.