I have not been able to find this anywhere on the web or I wouldn’t annoy the forum with it, but it has come up in discussions with others in my generation and we are rusty or don’t know because we went out of the region. The individual schools don’t even have notes about this as their typical degree websites are oriented to admission requirements, faculty profiles, etc. and it’s an “obscure” question to the greater world.
My interest is in when in the southeast was there a decent choice of programs in landscape architecture? I’m thinking about the late sixties there were only 4 universities with offerings (not all undergrad), possibly being NC State, maybe Clemson or U. of Ga. at Athens, maybe one in Florida or Virginia. I know Alabama, and Tennessee did not, and can’t say either way about KY, LA or Miss. Your knowledge on specific schools would be appreciated even if you don’t know the “regional” answer .
It is mostly a graduate program, at this point, and has seen quite a resurgence in the past few years with many student awards and competition wins under our belt (I’m a recent graduate so a bit biased).