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The Landscape Design and Management program has experiences a 100% placement rate for graduates in the last ten years and continues to have a greater demand than available students.
Landscape Design and Management students find employment in areas such as: landscape design firms, material wholesalers and retailers, commercial and private landscape facilities, maintenance and with landscape contractors.
Job opportunities include landscape designer, park maintenance specialist, sales associate and nursery production associate to name a few.
Average starting salaries can range from $25,000 to $32,000 per year, with ranges being higher in areas where students have additional training or experience.