OUR SECOND REMOTE
UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture
2021 Student Show
Organized by: Capstone presentations, design course projects, then individual student work
Established in 1977, UCLA Extension's Landscape Architecture Certificate program is designed for working professionals who already have at least a bachelor's degree. It is a rigorous, 3-year program that prepares students to enter the field of landscape architecture upon completion of the curriculum.
The Landscape Architecture Certificate program is designed to give students a strong foundation in the design, technical, and theoretical aspects of the discipline. The curriculum is structured as a sequence of design, technical, and breadth courses. The goal of the program is to integrate these three areas into a single body of knowledge so that each segment is understood in the context of its relevance to the others.
The SCASLA board would like to thank all of the students who participated in our second online show. We congratulate all of the Capstone students who rallied to submit while still finishing up their projects. This show is dedicated to you!
Tim Hayward, President
Kira Becker, Vice President
Jacqueline Wee, Secretary-Communications
Terri Larronde, Treasurer