Regional Rankings for Landscape Architecture - CONSTRUCTION METHODS & MATERIALS

November 15, 2004 · by DesignIntelligence

In addition to ranking the best landscape architecture education programs, our first annual survey responders were asked which schools provided the best preparation for specialized areas of practice.

In addition to ranking the best landscape architecture education programs, our first annual survey responders were asked which schools provided the best preparation for specialized areas of practice.

Specifically, the question read: “Which landscape architecture programs do you feel are strongest in the following areas: design, analysis and planning, construction methods and materials, computer applications, research and theory."

Those queried were asked to list three bachelor’s and/or master’s programs, in order. Where numbers are omitted indicates a tie.

The results:

CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND MATERIALS

1.Kansas State University

2.University of Georgia

3.Pennsylvania State University

4.California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

5.Ohio State University

6.Purdue University

7.Mississippi State University

8.Cornell University

Iowa State University

Louisiana State University

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