Athens, Ga. – The University of Georgia College of Environment and Design will host a visitation day for students interested in degree programs Oct. 18 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Jackson Street Building.
The event includes opportunities to learn more about undergraduate and graduate degree programs and admissions requirements and a chance to sit in on a class. Prospective students will hear remarks from the dean, program directors and current students. Tours of college facilities including computer labs and the print and technology center, which includes large format printing, a 3-D printer, a laser cutter, and GIS/GPS equipment, will also be available.
The college teaches aspiring landscape architects, planners, and historic preservationists about design, urban and rural environments, sustainability, green living, transportation systems, historic architecture, culture or any other elements that affect the functionality of successful communities.
The college offers degree programs including bachelor of landscape architecture, master of landscape architecture, master of historic preservation and master of environmental planning and design. Additionally, a number of certificate options-environmental ethics, historic preservation, and historic landscapes-are available as degree enhancements. All of the college’s fields are interrelated and collaborative, allowing the opportunity for cross-disciplinary work, experience and networking.
High school and college students of all backgrounds are invited to attend. For more information and to RSVP, see www.ced.uga.edu.
College of Environment and Design
The College of Environment and Design is home to one of the oldest and largest schools of landscape architecture in the U.S. and offers degrees in landscape architecture, historic preservation and environmental planning and design, as well as certificates in environmental ethics, historic preservation, and historic landscapes. For more information on the college, see www.ced.uga.edu.