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The UT Landscape Architecture Program is an exciting interdisciplinary degree program offered in partnership by the College of Architecture and Design and the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. By leveraging the award-winning faculty expertise, facility resources, and strategic relationships of both colleges, the program is advantageously positioned to deliver an education in landscape architecture that is balanced across the applied arts and applied sciences. This partnership further enables the program to cultivate in our students the same spirit of collaboration that is so fundamental to contemporary research and practice of the profession.
The program offers three degrees: an accredited professional Master of Landscape Architecture degree, and post-professional Master of Arts in Landscape Architecture and the Master of Science in Landscape Architecture degrees.
Career Day to Host Design Professionals and Firms on February 28
The College of Architecture and Design will hold its annual Career Day on Friday, February 28 in the Neyland Stadium Skyboxes. This is a valuable opportunity for firms to interface with the design talent of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. All architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and allied industry firms are invited to attend. Employers…
UT Students, Faculty Attend the American Society of Landscape Architects Conference
By Master of Landscape Architecture student, Angelike Angelopoulos On November 15-18, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, joined more than 6,000 landscape architecture professionals and students from across the U.S. and world in Boston, Massachusetts for the National American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Conference. This is an annual event convening of industry experts, innovative technologies,…
UT, City of Knoxville to Mark Progress of Pathways in Historic Cemeteries
For almost five years, UT students and faculty have been working with city and county officials, the community, and members of the Knoxville Re-Animation Coalition to rehabilitate two historically and culturally important cemeteries in East Knoxville. At 6:00 p.m. Friday, November 1, they will celebrate the progress of a new “Community Passage,” 1,000 linear feet…
UT Landscape Architecture Students, Faculty Win Tennessee Design Awards
Projects created by students and faculty of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Landscape Architecture Program recently won awards from two state design and planning organizations. The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Tennessee Chapter and the American Planning Association (APA) Tennessee Chapter honored the UT students and faculty last month during a conference in Memphis…
Assistant Professor Brad Collett Named UT Quest Scholar
Brad Collett, assistant professor of plant sciences and landscape architecture, is a scholar of landscape performance and sustainable planning and design. He recently published “Low-Impact Development: Opportunities for the PlanET Region,” which addresses the area’s water resources as economic, social and environmental assets, and details their threatened and impaired status. It proposes low impact development as an enhanced approach to watershed planning,…