Is Design For You?
With a great eye for detail and the ability to make a vision become reality, designers create the world around us. Producing smartly crafted objects and developing creative ideas that shape our surroundings are essential skills in modern society. Whether your dream is to design a stunning park, develop plans that improve a city, create beautiful and functional home landscapes, envision calming or active public spaces, or invent a great new outdoor product, the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences can help you begin and excel in your design-related career.
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
Develop your abilities to envision and design the places that define communities, such as parks, gardens and campuses.
Outdoor Product Design and Development
Prepare to develop and create innovative outdoor products with sustainability in mind. The degree incorporates soft goods and hard goods creating lucrative designers.
Bioregional Planning (MS)
This graduate degree is designed to prepare future planners to analyze resources in order to make planning decisions for changing communities.
Ornamental Horticulture (Certificate, AAS)
Students of ornamental horticulture study growing and arranging ornamental plants and how to use them to design and maintain landscapes.