UGA’s College of Environment and Design earned top 10 rankings in four categories in DesignIntelligence magazine’s 2016 edition of America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools.
The report, which is published by the Design Futures Council—a global network of design, product, construction and real estate leaders—also lists the college’s dean, Daniel Nadenicek, among the 25 most admired educators for 2016.
The America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools survey, which is in its 16th year, is conducted annually among 1,426 design professionals. In the landscape architecture category, UGA’s undergraduate program tied for fourth and has been ranked among the top 10 for a decade. UGA’s graduate landscape architecture program placed 10th in the 2016 ranking.
DesignIntelligence also tallied responses from 40 education leaders for its Survey of Landscape Architecture Deans and Department Heads. In that survey, UGA’s undergraduate landscape architecture program tied for third while its master’s degree program tied for fourth place.