Program description:

The Landscape Architect designs, preserves, maintains and improves the natural surroundings in a sustainable and balanced form. The ISDA Science in Landscape Architecture Program includes studies and analysis from small-scale garden projects to regional and urban forest planning projects. The curriculum includes studies in history and theory, natural systems including principles of sustainability, site analysis and design, systems technologies, materials and methods, plant assessment, construction documentation, codes, ethics, regulations and professional practice. With an ISDA Bachelor’s Degree in Science in Landscape Architecture, you could be a: Landscape Developer, Garden Designer, Landscape Contractor, Tourism Consultant, Planning Consultant, or a Recreational and Park Designer.