That’s good to hear that both are good options. However, do you feel like some consultancies prefer one over the other? Or whether the two courses have slightly different focuses? – e.g. one with more of an environmental focus and the other with a design focus?
It is just crazy how the time needed to become a landscape architect is nearly equivalent if not more if you don’t have a BLA! Definitely worried about the debt haha.
But yea, I agree with you. If one has gone that far already, it makes sense to work towards registration.
Thanks for the comment ! 🙂 That is good to hear that there are options out there
On average, how many years of study is needed to become a registered landscape architect in North America? Is a MLA required to do so?
Also how important is registration?