The four-year honours degree in landscape architecture offers an exploratory yet grounded synthesis of skills bridging environment, data, technologies and people. Subjects are structured to bring landscape architectural education into ongoing dialogues with scientists, engineers, traditional owners, artists, architects, planners, policymakers, scholars and activists. Mapping, graphic representation, and other key disciplinary modes of communication are also central to the curriculum, with a view to increasing the agency of the discipline and its capacity for effective advocacy.
Our students work in a creative and productive way between environment, data, technologies, and people. Using real-life scenarios, our students engage with scientists, engineers, traditional owners, artists, architects, policymakers, historians, and activists - the collective that will be part of the future.