What is Landscape Architecture at WVU like?
Landscape Architecture is a design and planning profession that applies both art and science to achieve the best use of land. Landscape architects design the setting for a variety of land uses ranging from residential to industrial development, while providing stewardship of the natural environment. The profession has a special commitment to improving the quality of urban and rural life.
Students acquire artistic and computer graphic skills, study design theory and site engineering and apply the knowledge to a series of environmental design projects.
Landscape Architecture program highlights:
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Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design
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