|Location||#61308, 3F, Life Science and Biotechnology Building|
|Address||2066, Seobu-ro, Jangan-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea (16419)|
Landscape architecture is a comprehensive science art covering natural science, humanities and social sciences, and arts. Landscape architecture activities range from designing, planning and construction of small-scale gardens, public gardens, squares, urban parks, housing complexes and tourist resorts to planning and management of land, nature and urban environments, and metropolitan areas. The Landscape Architecture program provides lectures on theory, planning, design, construction and management in order to train experts on land that can plan, design, and manage the environment of the world in the 21st century.
Roles of Landscape Architecture Students
The Department of Landscape Architecture was been founded in 1978 to educate and train students to be talented experts with the following capabilities:
- Knowledge to understand environment and culture in the 21st century
- Insight to see and solve social problems
- Logic and creativity to plan and design a beautiful and pleasant outdoor space
- Ability to meet International standard and to cooperate with other disciplines.
The department has focused on enhancing the problem-solving ability of the students with knowledge obtained through theories and practices. There are landscape ecology laboratory, drawing laboratory, landscape planning and design studios, computer laboratory and other facilities for practices in the department.
Vision and Career Path
After graduated, students are engaged in graduate level programs or studying abroad, as well as in private design offices, engineering services companies, construction companies, and public corporations (land corporation, housing corporation, road construction, water resources corporation, etc.). By the importance of the environment is increasing due to social development, students are expected to have more opportunities and possibilities for their career path, such as civil servants in central and provincial government offices.