Where will this take me?
Landscape architects utilise design and ecology to plan our external environments. They play an important role in our experience of living, in neighborhoods, city squares, urban forests, parks, streets, gardens and green infrastructure.
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Design with a major in Landscape Architecture students will have the option of either finding employment or continuing their studies at graduate level to meet accreditation requirements.
Graduates may also find employment with groups such as conservation agencies and land development organisations:
- Environmental consultant
- Field and trial officer
- Heritage adviser
- Horticulture consultant
- Interior and spatial designer
- Landscape designer
- Nature conservation officer
- Planning and development surveyor
Graduate study pathways
For accreditation by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), you must complete the Master of Landscape Architecture following your degree.
ALTERNATIVE GRADUATE PATHWAYS
Completing a graduate course after the Bachelor of Design will set you up to become a leader in your field and open up a wide range of career opportunities to increase your earning potential.
Landscape Architecture students can also go on to complete: