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Landscape Architecture Program Ranked No. 1

Penn State’s undergraduate landscape architecture program has been ranked No. 1 by Design Intelligence in its nationwide rankings. The program, which is a part of the Stuckeman School, jumped two spots from its No. 3 ranking a year ago. Penn State redeems its No. 1 ranking for the first time since 2007.

The survey consulted 693 different professional practices and corporations on professional preparedness and six different skills areas from the field. Penn State received the top ranking in preparedness and top five rankings in three of the six skill rankings: Communication, Cross-Disciplinary Teamwork, and Sustainability Design Practices and Principles.

Penn State’s landscape architecture graduate program was also ranked No. 7 in the country, sustaining its ranking from last year. The university’s undergraduate architecture program also ranked No. 13 in the country and No. 5 in the eastern United States.

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Ted Hozza

Ted is a senior majoring in Community, the Environment, and Development, or as his friends here at Onward State like to call it, Architecture. You can probably find him at the Phyrst late at night with other Onward Staters if he's not somewhere else editing articles. You can follow him on Twitter @TedHozza or email him at [email protected]


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