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49 Pa. Code § 15.41. General requirements.


§ 15.41. General requirements.

 (a)  For experience to be of a grade and character satisfactory to the Board, it must be progressive and of a varied and increasing level of experience and responsibility evidenced by a comprehensive work sample, technical knowledge and professional experience.

 (b)  Professional experience means 2 years of experience obtained under the supervision of a design professional. If the applicant is not supervised by a landscape architect, the applicant shall have his professional work product reviewed by a registered landscape architect every 6 months for 2 consecutive years. This person shall be one of the applicant’s landscape architect references under §  15.16(c) (relating to references).

 (c)  Acceptable military experience shall have been spent engaged in landscape architecture of a grade and character satisfactory to the Board.

 (d)  Professional experience gained while pursuing an undergraduate degree in landscape architecture or first professional degree will not be considered by the Board as an acceptable experience.


   The provisions of this §  15.41 amended under section 812.1 of The Administrative Code of 1929 (71 P. S. §  279.3a); and section 4(9) of the Landscape Architects’ Registration Law (63 P. S. §  904(9)).


   The provisions of this §  15.41 amended May 29, 1992, effective May 30, 1992, 22 Pa.B. 2826; amended July 28, 2006, effective July 29, 2006, 36 Pa.B. 4003. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (305523).

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