Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology(JKUAT) is the only University offering Landscape Architecture training in Kenya and among very few in Africa.
The program is duly accredited by International Federation of Landscape Architects and recognized in Kenya by the Architectural Association of Kenya and the Board of Registration of Architects and Quantity Surveyors.
The department seeks to empower students through training by:
1.Ensuring a bias on practical orientation based on scientific knowledge in advancement of Landscape planning and Management.
2.Developing professional personnel in design, planning and management of Landscapes and the environment.
3.Establishing a foundation for the graduates to practice, pursue and/or participate in professional activities/development.
4.Engaging in research on various aspects related to the environment.
5.Training students who will create, conserve, restore and offer leadership on useful and culturally valuable landscapes and environments.
The training is mainly practical.Students are taken through “near-real life” and sometimes real life…
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