As a landscape architect, you'll help to shape our natural landscapes to suit different purposes. Your work will reflect who we are as a society, as well as how we live and express ourselves.
In 1969, we founded New Zealand’s first professional landscape architecture qualification and have been leading the way ever since.
Work with some of the world's leading practitioners and learn the most up-to-date industry techniques in our internationally recognised School of Landscape Architecture.
After graduating, you'll get the chance to influence people's lifestyles by designing the environments in which communities live.
Your growth as a designer will be guided by industry leaders and place you in high demand with employers, due to Lincoln graduates' outstanding reputations in the field.
Our Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture (Taught) and Master of Landscape Architecture (Research) are accredited by the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects (NZILA). Graduates are eligible to become registered professionals and are highly sought-after in public and private sectors in Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia and further afield.
Our landscape architecture qualifications include plenty of opportunities for practical work experience, from team projects in the lab to individual assignments at private companies. This will give you first-hand knowledge and help you to develop the exact skills the industry is looking for, making you highly sought after.
If you're studying for a Lincoln University Bachelor’s degree, you may be able to include an additional major, which will add depth to your qualification.
Please speak to your course advisor to ensure that you enrol in the right courses for you.
|We offer the following majors|
|Environmental Management||Parks and Outdoor Recreation|
|Events Management||Supply Chain Management|
|Facilities Management||Tourism Management|