Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
The Landscape Architecture Program provides a multi-disciplinary curriculum to cultivate landscape architect who has an extensive and holistic view of the world and changes in the world’s contexts. We train our students to be a thinker and practitioner who can apply knowledge and skills in landscape design and related fields with responsibilities to humanity and society, and awareness on environment conservation including the diversity of social and cultural contexts.
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Completion of required credits for full-time program is to be made within a period of 10 semesters or 5 academic years, but not to exceed 20 semesters or 10 academic years
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What is LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE?
What is landscape Architecture? How is it difference from Architecture? For those who interested in studying Landscape Architecture. Find your answers in this LINK.
How students learn LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE at SoA+D, KMUTT?
Landscape Architecture program provides multi-disciplinary learning and prepares the students to work with various design disciplines. It is not just a design class but it is more than what the students experience. They can exchange ideas and learn from one another especially working on real projects with the local and international communities.
This is an interview with Dr. Kanjanee Budthimedhee, Director of Urban Sense Lab, School of Architecture and Design, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), sharing her experience and concept of teaching and learning at SoA+D.
Learning goes beyond the classroom, reaching to the international arena where the students are offered with numerous opportunities. For more information, please click LINK.
Landscape architecture and lighting design integration
If you are a young generation who is interested in Landscape Architecture Design, who cares about the environment, and green space, who wants to be a creator of good change in the urban community, who is ready to be a social change agent and who loves to work with people in various fields, we would like to recommend Landscape Architecture (International Program) at School of Architecture and Design, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT).
This is an interview with Asst. Prof. Dr. Chanyaporn Bstieler (Director of Lighting Research & Innovation Center (LRIC) on integration and collaboration between landscape architecture and lighting design. For more information, please click LINK.