Minimum Requirements: First or second professional degree in Landscape Architecture.
Master's degree in Landscape Architecture or Master's degree in a closely-related discipline.
Excellent oral and verbal communication skills.
Representation skills that must include both hand drawing and computer-based methods. The ability to work with all software packages used in professional practice, such as AutoCad, and the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator) and integrate these skills into coursework and research is required.
Preferred Requirements: Ph.D. in Landscape Architecture or allied discipline, or licensure in any of the jurisdictions in the United States.
Studio teaching experience in an accredited Landscape Architecture degree program.
Skills in teaching Landscape Architecture in specific areas related to individual research, such as environmental remediation, natural resource management, advanced landscape planning including flood plain mitigation, landscape ecology, and spatial and network analysis using GIS, as some examples. 5 years of experience in professional practice.
The Assistant Professor position is a tenure-track, 9-month, full-time, benefited faculty position that is renewable annually. Teaching responsibilities include a lecture or seminar course, and a design studio, each semester. The pursuit and accomplishment of research and creative activities in a focused area in Landscape Architecture is also required. Faculty members are also required to participate in program administration regarding the curriculum and course offerings, attend faculty meetings, and advise students in their design thesis projects. In addition service to the department, college, university and the profession is expected.
Michael Christenson Search Committee chair