The Landscape Architecture curriculum at Cal Poly prepares students for professional careers dedicated to planning, designing, and managing landscapes essential to the well-being of a healthy society and natural environment. The curriculum is structured to help students develop the values, knowledge, and skills necessary to address human and societal needs within a broad range of project types and environmental scales. The Landscape Architecture Department is one of five departments in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design.
New admits, prospective students, parents, alumni and friends: Visiting the department is a great way to learn more about Cal Poly's Landscape Architecture program. We offer tours of department and college facilities, interaction with faculty and students and displays of student work.
Stop in for a visit or call for an appointment at your convenience: 805-756-1319. We are located on the second floor of Dexter Hall, in room 251.
Alumni return to campus as guest lecturers as part of the Department's 40th anniversary celebration.
Upcoming lectures include Paul Lewis (1989), Paul Lewis and Assocciates Landscape Architecture, May 17.
All lectures start at 12:10 pm in the 34-252 lecture space.