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FAQ

Can I obtain a degree at night or on a part-time basis only?

Yes. We offer our classes both during the day and at night. Many of our students are part-time and continue working while obtaining their degree.

What is the difference between a landscape architect and a landscape designer?

The primary difference is a requirement to have a license as a Landscape Architect. Designers are typically trained and educated in their profession with either a two or four year degree. In addition to a four year Landscape Architect Architect degree you must also pass a state exam after working as an apprentice for a number of years. Designers typically practice on residential and small commercial projects while Landscape Architects work in large public and commercial areas.

Can I transfer to a 4-year college?

Yes. we have several articulation agreements with colleges in central Ohio. Our entire program transfers to Mississippi State in their Landscape Architecture program and to North Carolina State.

What is the job market like for graduates?

Very good. We are recruited by companies all over the country. Students accept positions in design, sales, estimating, buying, crew leaders, horticulturists and many more. The possibilities are endless.