LDEM announces the successful and timely submission of the SER (Self Evaluation Report) to LAAB (Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board) by the LDEM Accreditation Team.
We have scheduled a final visit date for the reviewers during the end of March/ beginning of April 2020. Preparations are underway to ensure the path to accreditation is a successful one.
We look forward to updating you with further good news.
Why LAAB/ASLA Accreditation?
The BLA Program is currently seeking LAAB (Landscape Architecture Accreditation Board) program accreditation by ASLA (American Association of Landscape Architecture). The LAAB accreditation is based on 7 specific standards. To earn accreditation a program must meet minimum requirements for accreditation and meet all 7 standards.
Accreditation is a non-governmental, voluntary system of self-regulation. Its core is the concept of self-evaluation. The Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB) accreditation process evaluates each program on the basis of its stated objectives and compliance to externally mandated minimum standards.
Accreditation encourages higher education programs and institutions that are commited to quality and continuously improving performance.