Learning Outcomes: Landscape Architecture, BLA

Learning outcomes for the degree of Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture students will:

  1. Build Knowledge & Develop Reasoning Skills in applying broad and deep knowledge across academic disciplines and fields and using this knowledge to develop design proposals.
  2. Apply knowledge of the Natural World to guide design decisions and activities taking into account natural resource constraints that impact land use.  
  3. Strengthen Social Awareness to better understand the social and cultural influences on human behavior and the social, political, economic, and legal institutions which influence land-use and design decisions.
  4. Employ Creative Inquiry and Discovery in addition to a range of analytical skills, and general knowledge to develop design proposals, solve problems, generate new ideas, and produce creative work.
  5.  Demonstrate Responsible Leadership in working with the land and the people for whom we design.