New Environmental A.S. Degree Programs
Enter the exciting world of Landscape Design and Management through Chesapeake College's all new A.S. degree programs! Our courses are specifically designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to really make an impact. They focus on critical thinking and the core components that make you highly desirable to future employers, or even continue your education to earn your B.L.A. If you've ever wanted to help create a park, restore natural land, or even create unique designs in residential areas then this is the perfect opportunity to earn your degree and jump into this exciting, enriching, and expanding field.
Your Degree Offers A Wealth of Career Opportunities
Landscape Design A.S.
- Landscape Architect
- Urban Designer
- Regional Planner
- Nursery Manager
- Garden Center Manager
- Park Planner
Landscape Management A.S.
- Commercial Property Manager
- Environmental Restoration Specialist
- Arboretum Manager
- Water Irrigation Manager
- Turf and Ornamental Specialist
Our Comprehensive Degree Programs Include:
- 60 credits (34 General Education) required for your degree
- Brand new classes
- Courses taught by landscape and environmental professionals
- Preparing for your for growing career opportunities
Outcomes of the Program:
- An artistic insight between the natural and man-made environment
- Understanding how people interact with their environment and landscape
- Knowledge of plant sciences, digital design, and a variety of scales
- Prepare you for immediate employment with highly sought after skills
- Ability to transfer to a four-year college to continue your education
- Knowledge of both public and private sectors
Landscape Design and Management Programs
These two 60 credit programs, featuring nine all new classes taught by licensed professional landscape architects, will provide you with a career in a highly multidisciplinary field. Art, science, and nature come together as you learn about environmental sciences. From chemistry and plant science to horticulture and restoration, this ever growing field offers students a broad array of career opportunities. Soon, you could be creating sustainable communities, working in zoological parks, or designing beautiful pieces of nature within business complexes or shopping centers. If you are at all interested, don't pass up the opportunity to learn more.
More information about landscape degrees can be found in our brochures below.
Please Contact Student Planning With Any Question Regarding the Program:
For program information, please contact Dr. Nicole Fiorellino at email@example.com
For admissions information, please contact Angela DenHerder at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make sure to check the catalog for a list of current programs.
Click here for our Landscape Design Program brochure
Click here for our Landscape Management Program brochure