Landscape architecture is the design of outdoor spaces, such as courtyards, parks, squares, gardens, waterfronts, or rooftop gardens. A Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture will teach students how to handle and nurture ecological and environmental elements, in order to cultivate an aesthetically pleasing landscape. Students will learn a range of cross-disciplinary skills, such as design, biology, geography botany, floriculture, history, and botany. With a Master’s in Landscape Architecture, graduates go on to become involved with a variety of exciting, innovative projects, such as urban regeneration schemes, pedestrian schemes, landmark protection projects, and botanical conservation schemes. Graduates also go on to pursue careers in private, residential sector as well, and design exquisite landscapes around the world.