Celebrating 60 bravely curious years of Landscape Architecture education, leadership and change.
The Department of Landscape Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona is celebrating 60 years of landscape architecture education, leadership and change in Southern California. In recognition of this milestone, CPPLA has organized a series of events across 2017 to help commemorate our past, mark our present and celebrate our pursuit of a bravely curious future.
The Department woudl like to thank all of the generous supporters of our 60th Anniversary.
To find out more about our anniversary events please visit News + Events
If you think you can help support our 60th Anniversary, please make a gift.
Department of Landscape Architecture
Welcome to the Department of Landscape Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona. Located in Southern California, Cal Poly Pomona offers landscape architecture students a truly unique learning environment. At a time when populations are shifting to increasingly dense urban centers, our campus puts you within reach of Los Angeles - one of the major metropolitan centers of the world. And in a fast-changing field where first-hand experience is critical, Southern California's diverse ecology gives Cal Poly Pomona students the ability to conduct field studies in coastal, mountain, and desert terrain.
Cal Poly Pomona is empowering the landscape of the future. Explore this site to learn more about studying Landscape Architecture at either the undergraduate or graduate level.
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Are you a prospective student who wonders what life is like as a Landscape Architecture major? Are you a current student or alumni who wants to keep up with the department and industry events? Then you should follow us on social media!
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Browse the departments and centers housed under the College:
- Department of Architecture
- Department of Art
- Department of Landscape Architecture
- Department of Urban and Regional Planning
- John T. Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies
The College also manages the operations of two permanent University Art Galleries, and maintains an Alumni Portal making connections for its graduates: