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Landscape Management

Program Overview

Landscape Management focuses on the creation and maintenance of interior and exterior landscapes that are both beautiful and environmentally sound. Landscape Management is a $70 billion dollar industry centered on designing, building and maintaining beautiful outdoor and indoor environments. This includes everything around you, from parks and properties to indoor malls and offices. BYU offers one of the industry's best programs, one that gives students hands-on experience through small class sizes, career fairs, clubs and competitions. These opportunities connect students with each other, employers and help equip each graduate with the skills necessary to successfully appreciate, create, install and manage beautiful landscapes.

Program Summary

Program Credits: 65.5 - 69.5 Credits

Status: Open Enrollment

Introductory Course: PWS 191

TAKE THE NEXT STEP

To learn more, schedule an appointment with Life Sciences Advisement at 801-422-3042.

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Beyond The Classroom

Engaging in internships, mentored research, associations and clubs related to your program is an important step in linking your education with the real world. These experiences enhance your education and prepare you for both further schooling and your future career.

Occupations and Employers

Possible Occupations

With a Bachelors

  • Landscape Management
  • Arboriculture
  • Turf Management
  • Landscape Design
  • Construction
  • Water Management
  • Landscape Architect
  • Energy Engineer
  • Landscaping and Groundskeeping Worker
  • Landscaping Supervisor
  • Waterfront Development
  • Permaculture Designer
  • Agricultural Engineer
  • Brownfield Remediation and Redevelopment

With a Masters

  • Urban and Regional Planner
  • Civil Engineer

With a Doctorate

  • Postsecondary Teacher

Potential Employers

Meet Your Academic Advisor: Gale Larson

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Gale. Loves. Students. Besides being a student herself for many years while working on her bachelor’s and master’s degrees, she also spent many years as a Spanish teacher. From her own words: “My students teach me so much! They are my heroes and are great examples!”

Aside from her exceptional talent in advising students, Gale is also a skilled pianist and singer. You can find her sharing her musical talents at her local church congregation, in which she loves attending with her husband. She also loves spending time with her children and grandchildren.

Having multiple deaf family members, language and inclusion are very important to Gale. She signs and speaks Spanish.

To schedule an appointment to meet with Gale, contact the Life Sciences Advisement office at 801.422.3042 or by visiting 2060 LSB.

Office Hours: M-F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Closed for devotionals and holidays.