The Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture at Washington State University is a four-year program that combines creative design and technical skills to provide students with a comprehensive education in landscape architecture. With courses ranging from site planning and analysis, to plant materials and construction methods, the program provides students with the knowledge and skills they need to become successful landscape architects. Through hands-on projects and internships, students will be able to gain real-world experience while developing a portfolio of their work. Graduates of this program are well prepared for careers in private practice, government, or consulting firms, where they will be able to create innovative designs that enhance the environment for communities all around the world. With its unique curriculum and strong alumni network, this program provides an excellent opportunity for students to pursue a rewarding career path while making meaningful contributions towards environmental sustainability.