Landscape Architecture Co-Op Program
The Knowlton Landscape Co-Op Program provides students the opportunity to gain valuable professional work experience without delaying graduation and allows firms to connect with advanced undergraduate students.
Firms advertise co-op positions, and students prepare and submit portfolios and application materials in the autumn and are placed with firms for the spring term.
The program is open to students in the third year of the BSLA program and allows students to earn credit for an advanced design studio (6 credits) in the spring semester.
Co-op placements require a minimum of 20 hours per week and are paid a competitive rate. Additional funding may be available through the Cowles Family Landscape Architecture Co-Op Support Fund.
The Knowlton School Landscape Architecture Co-Op program provides students the opportunity to gain valuable professional work experience without delaying graduation.
The Knowlton School Landscape Architecture Co-Op program provides firms the opportunity to hire talented advanced undergraduate students and to help provide professional training to the next generation of landscape architects.
Not all firms participate each year.