All students in landscape architecture apply their accumulated knowledge of construction, history, plant materials, site engineering, behavior, culture, and ecology in their studio work. Students in the graduate program also prepare a thesis grounded in the specialized focus of their program and demonstrating a broad understanding of the research, exploration, and execution of design works.

Faculty are involved in a wide range of practice modes, from scholarship resulting in articles and books, to organization of exhibits and conferences, to practice in collaboration with architects, landscape architects, museum curators and others.

The links below will take you to examples of the work being done in the Landscape Architecture Department.