BYU is consistently ranked as one of the top 3 landscape management programs in the nation by the National Association of Landscape Professionals.
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Employers realize BYU Plant & Landscape Systems students’ potential and are willing to pay! In 2015, BYU’s annual Landscape Career Connection attracted 16 employers from across the nation.
Companies love BYU graduates and especially those in the Plant & Landscape Systems major. The major's vast network of large landscape firms and the career focused club activities, graduates are highly sought after. Every graduate who wants to work in the Green Industry finds a job. Often, graduates choose the exact city they want to live in and will receive several full-time offers before graduation.
The diverse, unique, and technical skill set learned in the Plant & Landscape Systems program qualifies students for graduate degrees in medicine, public administration, business management, and landscape architecture.
The small major allows students to develop life-long relationships with their professors. This close connection allows students to easily get involved in research and other academic opportunities. Professors also work tirelessly to help students find amazing internship and employment opportunities.
Each year, BYU sends students to several conferences and competitions across the country--recent trips include New York, North Carolina, Mississippi, and Colorado. Students are also highly sought after by nationwide companies.
Work in “Mankind’s Original Profession,” and make the world a more beautiful place through landscaping. Students learns the essentials to making outdoor spaces thrive.
Learn to appreciate the world around you and fall in love with nature. Students in this major focus heavily on how they can make an beneficial impact on water conservation, nutrient pollution, habitat degradation, and much more.
Take the unique opportunity to do something that makes a difference in people’s lives, and enjoy the deep satisfaction of working with people, properties, and plants.