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- Our internationally renowned faculty members have expertise in professional practice, health and design, ecology, historic preservation, computer applications, urban design, international study and community revitalization.
- Concentrated study in diverse settings cultivates our graduates' understanding of global issues.
- Lee Hall, home of the landscape architecture program, features a highly sustainable new building with an extensive green roof.
- You will have many opportunities to work with classmates in allied fields such as architecture, city and regional planning, real estate development and historic preservation.
Landscape architecture involves planning, designing and managing the physical environment at all scales — from small sites to entire regions. Although the profession is little more than 150 years old, it has quickly evolved into a position of great importance. Landscape architects work in densely populated urban areas, wilderness landscapes and everything in between. They are creative problem-solvers, sensitive to environmental issues, and keenly interested in people and how they relate to their surroundings. As a Clemson landscape architecture major, you’ll learn how to develop and manage projects such as ecological restoration; public plazas; streetscapes; “urban villages,” parks and park systems; college campuses; golf courses; resorts; industrial and office parks; and waterfronts.