Taking licensing exams is tough.
I hated taking them, too.
But taking all the exams and jumping through all the hoops to get your landscape architect license is definitely worth it.
I am a licensed landscape architect. I have practiced in several states including California, Arizona, Kansas, Florida, Georgia, and the Middle East. Landscape architecture is a rewarding career.
I received a Bachelors of Science in Landscape Architecture (BSLA) from California Polytechnic State University, Pomona in 1997. In 2009, I earned a Master’s Degree in Administration (MSA) from Central Michigan University while on active duty to with the Army.
I am a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
I started this website to help landscape architect candidates pass the California supplemental exam. If you have ever read the candidate guide that is published by the landscape architect technical committee, you probably felt frustrated. I can’t tell you how frustrated I was after reading the vague, confusing guide. I started this website to help everybody who’s ever been in that situation so they can pass the exam and have their landscape architect license.
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About This Site
CSE Landscape Architect’s mission is to help aspiring landscape architects pass the CSE exam so the can get licensed in California. CSE Landscape Architect is the only unofficial place for California landscape architect candidates to get test prep information to pass the California Supplemental Exam. The CSE Landscape Architect site offers articles about current exam topics and offers a study guide to help landscape architect candidates pass the CSE. After using the site and preparing for the exam with the study guide, licensure candidates will walk into the test confident on exam day and leave with a passing score.
Thanks for visiting and good luck,
John Denson, PLA, ASLA