This course educates landscape architects to have an in-depth understanding of ecology and habitat creation. If you are interested in biology and the natural world, you will enjoy the focus of this course.
You'll learn about ecological processes and the impact that design proposals have on habitat. In a world facing a climate crisis, this course will give you specialist training to protect and restore existing habitats and create new places in which nature thrives.
Graduates of this course wishing to pursue Chartership must complete an independent year in practice, followed by a Masters in Professional Landscape Architecture.
Accreditation allows graduates to pursue their professional qualification in landscape architecture and become a licentiate Member of the Landscape Institute, ready to start their Pathway to Chartership and become a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (CMLI).Landscape Institute (LI)International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA)