Licensing / Certification
In Minnesota, landscape architects must be licensed.
An applicant must:
- have at least a four-year degree in landscape architecture and 3-4 years of qualifying work experience; or
- have a degree in a related field and equivalent work experience; and
- complete and pass a written exam.
For more information, contact:
Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture,
Geoscience, and Interior Design
85 7th St. East, Suite 160
St. Paul, MN 55101-2333
Most states require landscape architects to be licensed or registered. Many states also require landscape architects to pass exams about laws and plant materials native to the state. Licensing requirements vary by state.
Certifications are examinations that test or enhance your knowledge, experience or skills in an occupation or profession.
There are 7 certifications related to this career.
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of Minnesota licensing information.