“I have always had an interest in the design process, mathematics, and art, which are perfectly blended in landscape architecture, and I love how landscape architects are so open to communication with other disciplines and cultures.”
— Ry’yan Clark, BLA
The Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture offers Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) and Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) programs. Both the undergraduate and graduate landscape architecture programs are accredited by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB).
In 2018-19, DesignIntelligence, the leading journal of design professionals, ranked the undergraduate program at LSU at number one in the nation and the graduate program at number three in the nation.
Visit the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture
The best way to decide if the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture is right for you is to see for yourself. The school hosts open houses at least once each year for both the graduate and undergraduate programs. We encourage interested students to visit the school and meet the director. Tours can be arranged by contactingStudent Services. Our counselors will facilitate and schedule a time for you to tour the school or the department you are interested in visiting.
“Some of my fondest memories involve student and faculty interaction. Since our classes are small, it allows us to have more one-on-one engagement with professors.”
— Ryan Benton, BLA 2014, Designer, Center for Planning Excellence
LSU Financial Aid & Scholarships is committed to working with students and parents by providing student aid through grants, loans, work study programs, and scholarships. LSU helps make it possible for qualified students with limited personal financial resources to meet the cost of a Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture education. For more information about financial aid and scholarship opportunities, visitLSU Financial Aid & Scholarships. The Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture awards more than 40 scholarships and awards totaling approximately $50,000 to students each year. Visit theLandscape Architecture Scholarshipspage on this website for more information. Several graduate and research assistant positions are available for qualifying students, as well.
“Students who want to learn the knowledge and skills needed to change the world should come to the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture and become part of our legacy of excellence.”
— Director Mark Boyer, Robert Reich Professor
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Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture
302 Design Building
College of Art & Design
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803