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Landscape architects specialize in planning and designing campuses, recreational facilities, parks, open spaces, and private homes. As part of their job, these experts prepare graphic representations of the site plan using CAD software. They also select appropriate materials, prepare cost estimates and inspect the work in progress to ensure it meets the client's specifications.
Although a bachelor's degree in landscape architecture is enough for an entry into this field, a master's degree will boost your employment prospects and open advancement opportunities. These programs include courses in surveying, landscape ecology, design and construction, plant and soil science, and regional and urban planning. Landscape architects must be creative and have a good sense of aesthetics. They must also have strong visualization, technical, problem-solving, and analytical skills. Doing an internship will help you obtain crucial skills necessary for this job and will also help you gain valuable on the job experience.
The best way to demonstrate your skills as a landscape architect and convince prospective employers that you are the best candidate for the job is by putting together an impressive portfolio showcasing your best jobs. How you reply to the questions the interviewer asks you is another important factor. You can prepare for your interview by rehearsing how you will answer the commonly asked questions listed at Mock Questions.