The landscape architecture program at Texas Tech University instills in students the basic skills and knowledge required to enter the profession in the public or the private sectors. The program emphasizes physical design and planning in both the natural and urban environments.
The department participates in an interdisciplinary land-use planning, management, and design program which eventually leads to the Doctor of Philosophy degree. Offices and classroom facilities are located in the Plant and Soil Sciences Building, the old Animal Science Building, and studios are in the Agriculture Pavilion.
A detailed discussion of the Landscape Architecture Department’s Mission Statement, Strategic Plan, and Vision Statement can be downloaded here.