The Department of Landscape Architecture offers a comprehensive and accredited Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) as well as an undergraduate minor. Undergraduate and graduate students mix in upper-level courses and work closely with our expert faculty in small classes and studios. We work with real places, real people, and real landscape issues in every course.
Courses Open to Nonmajors
We invite you to explore your interest in landscape architecture. Learn more about the courses you can try as a nonmajor.
Megan Little, BLA '18
Megan Little, who will soon earn her bachelor of landscape architecture (BLA) degree, has already accepted a job offer as a landscape designer at a firm thousands of miles away in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Let Us Show You Around
Visiting the UO is one of the best ways to learn about us. Participate in UO's campus visit programs—Duck Days in the spring or Duck Preview in the fall—to tour facilities, see campus, and meet with faculty members and students. We offer departmental tours during most of the year.
Our BLA program is accredited by the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB).