Landscape Design & Management
The Landscape Design and Management program is tailored to students pursuing a degree in the landscape profession and gives countless opportunities to work in a field as diverse as nature itself.
Through our program students can earn:
Combining a number of construction related fields, the landscape profession allows an individual to use engineering, horticulture, art, and communications in order to design an individually tailored career. Opportunities exist in sales, design, estimating, merchandising, contracting, maintenance and business, just to mention a few.
A career in the landscape profession may be the right career for you!
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The Landscape Design and Management program is accredited by the National Association of Landscape Professionals.
Landscape Professions ...Take a moment to look into the wide variety of professional landscape careers you will be prepared for as a Landscape Design and Management student.
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Design, Construction and Trades Department
3rd Annual Ohio High School Landscape OlympicsColumbus State was, once again, proud to co-sponsor this event. It was held November 1st and 2nd in Wooster, Ohio.
More than 242 high school students from 20 high school and career-tech programs across the state competed in 12 events ranging from "Sales Presentation" and "Cost Estimation" to "Truck and Trailer Operation" and "Landscape Maintenance Operations". Check-out the video and see the list of participants and their accomplishments at the ONLA web site.
|On Friday, September 14, the faculty and staff of the Landscape Design & Management program, with funding from the Ohio ISA Education Grant, brought together industry experts in the arboriculture field and high school students. They gathered for the “Columbus State Arboriculture Expansion and Tree Care Academy Project.” Forty-seven students and instructors from five school districts in the region participated. Interactive stations allowed students and instructors to learn best practices directly from industry experts. They also learned about related degree and certificate programs available at Columbus State.|
|The Columbus State Landscape Alumni Association hosted its 23rd annual golf outing on Friday, August 11 at the Safari Golf Club in Powell. 71 golfers enjoyed an afternoon of fun and fellowship. All proceeds from the event support students in the Landscape Design and Management program, as well as local educational events on landscaping.|
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