Landscape Architect & Specifier News

DEC 2018

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December 2018 49 Louisiana State University Cornell University Pennsylvania State University University of Georgia Ohio State University California Polytechnic, San Luis Obispo Purdue University Iowa State University Texas A&M University Michigan State University DesignIntelligence's "Top Ten Most Admired Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Degree Rankings for 2018" DesignIntelligence's "Top Ten Most Admired Master of Landscape Architecture Degree Rankings for 2018"'s "The 10 Best Landscape Architecture Programs" Domestic vs International Students 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Student Gender Make-up Harvard University University of Pennsylvania Cornell University Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas Louisiana State University University of California, Berkeley University of Virginia University of Georgia Rhode Island School of Design Ohio State University University of Florida U. of Massachusetts Amherst NC State University at Raleigh Cornell University Clemson University University of California, Berkeley University of Wisconsin, Madison Purdue University U. of Illinois at Urbana Champaign University of Connecticut 1 • • • • • • • • 10 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2648 2018 2956 2775 3235 2688 2820 2763 2590 2765 2561 2890 2486 795 5107 1021 4668 1131 4295 1165 4089 1208 4114 1206 4170 To view more articles about Education news related to the Landscape Industry, visit education Keyword Site Search continue to inch up during the coming years. also claims in the introduction to their top ten list that "The field of landscape architecture is expected to continue to grow over the next several years." Rankings There are two widely accepted lists that rank landscape architecture degree programs, one by and the other by DesignIntelligence. In order to calculate their rankings, DesignIntelligence surveyed 6,000 hiring professionals, 5,000 students and 350 professors. used this formula to compute their list: Admissions Rate (20%) + Default Rate (20%) + Retention Rate (20%) + Graduation Rate (20%) + Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes (20%) = Final score. Other factors were considered when creating the list as well, such as predictors of future success and a school's commitment to online programs. Above: Every year over the past six years (2013-2018) a few more women and far less men are enrolling in landscape architectural programs across the nation. In 2016 women overtook their male counterparts to make up 51.62% of all enrollees. In 2018 that percentage has risen to 53.76%. During that time women increased their number by 202, while men dropped by 749, for a total enrollment decrease of 547.

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