LAT - Landscape Technology Outcomes

AAS: Landscape Technology

  • Graduates should function as competent landscape professionals in their chosen area of the landscape industry whether it’s landscape construction, maintenance, or design.
  • Demonstrate knowledge to obtain and maintain certification and/or licensing required for their chosen field as prescribed by local, state or national organizations or associations.
  • Communicate effectively using verbal, written and/or graphic skills, individually or as a member of a team, to listen and relate with clients and coworkers of diverse cultures and backgrounds in a professional manner.
  • Develop sensitivity toward current environmental and sustainable issues as they directly impact the landscape industry, and be able to assess and change practices to align with cultivating care for the earth. 10.2008

AAS: Landscape Technology - Landscape Construction Option

  • Identify, select, and safely operate equipment and tools for landscape construction.
  • Identify, select and install materials for landscape construction using current industry standards.
  • Use computational skills to solve landscape construction problems.
  • Follow legal and business practices for landscape construction.
  • Assess and change practices cultivating care for the earth using an understanding of current environmental and
    sustainable issues as they directly impact the landscape industry. 12.2011

AAS: Landscape Technology - Landscape Design Option

  • Collect, analyze, synthesize and summarize data for application toward landscape design, including plantings
    and hardscapes.
  • Follow legal and business practices for landscape design.
  • Communicate effectively using verbal, written and/or graphic skills, individually or as a member of a team.
  • Assess and change practices cultivating care for the earth using an understanding of current environmental and
    sustainable issues as they directly impact the landscape industry. 12.2011

AAS: Landscape Technology - Landscape Management Option

  • Maintain landscapes in a competent manner using current industry practices for plantings, hardscapes, irrigation and drainage.
  • Identify, select and safely operate equipment and tools for landscape management.
  • Use computational skills to solve landscape management problems
  • Follow legal and business practices for landscape management
  • Communicate effectively using verbal, written and/or graphic skills, individually or as a member of a team.
  • Assess and change practices cultivating care for the earth using an understanding of current environmental and
    sustainable issues as they directly impact the landscape industry. 12.2011

AAS: Environmental Landscape Management Technology

  • Maintain, install or monitor low impact development sites following accepted professional standards (Professional Competence)
  • Work within the ethical and professional parameters of current low impact development practices and regulations (Professional Competence)
  • Assess and change practices using an understanding of current environmental and sustainable issues. (Community and Environmental, Responsibility, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving)
  • Communicate effectively using verbal, written and/or graphic skills, individually or as a member of a team. (Communication) 6.2012

Less than One-Year Certificate: Landscape Technology - Landscape Service Technician

  • Acquire the basic computational, technical, and critical thinking skills to enter the landscaping industry and function as a competent worker in their chosen area whether it’s landscape construction, maintenance, or design.
  • Communicate effectively using verbal, written and/or graphic skills, individually or as a member of a team, to listen and relate with clients and coworkers of diverse cultures and backgrounds in a professional manner.
  • Develop sensitivity toward current environmental and sustainable issues as they directly impact the landscape industry, and be able to assess and change practices to align with cultivating care for the earth. 10.2008

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