Landscape Architecture Degree Program Information
TMCC has offered an associate's degree in Landscape Architecture for 10 years through a program of traditional studio design and computer applications courses. The program acts as a springboard for students interested in the landscape design profession, exploration of related fields, further education in the field or eventual certification as a registered landscape architect.
Students in the program work through design problems that address land use scenarios specific to sites in Northern Nevada with presentations of 3-D models and graphic analyses. Members of the ASLA Student Chapter DO NOT have to be Landscape Architecture majors. The chapter welcomes TMCC students of diverse backgrounds and academic interests. The profession of landscape architecture embraces a broad range of disciplines including but not limited to Art, Horticulture and Urban Planning, in order to design better "spaces between the buildings" for a better public life!