Accreditation

The four-year Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree offered at the School of Design and Construction is fully accredited by the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB).

Accreditation is a non-governmental, voluntary system of self-regulation. Its core is the concept of self-evaluation. The  (LAAB) accreditation process evaluates each program on the basis of its stated objectives and compliance to externally mandated minimum standards.

The program conducts a self-study to evaluate how well it is meeting its educational goals. LAAB then provides an independent assessment, which determines if a program meets accreditation requirements. Programs leading to first professional degrees at the bachelor’s or master’s levels in the United States are eligible to apply for accreditation from LAAB.

LAAB Public Information Policy
Programs accredited by the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB) are required to provice reliable information to the public. Programs must report on accreditation status and its performance. This information is to help potential students make informed application decisions.

Cost of Attendance
Accurate estimates are available each year from Student Financial Services.

Student Achievement Data

Degrees awarded: Between 2013 and 2017 the BLA program has awarded 34 degrees for an average of 7 degrees per year.

Graduation rates: pending for 2017-2018

Retention/Attrition: pending for 2017-2018

Job Placement: pending for 2017-2018