Master of Landscape Architecture
The three-year Master of Landscape Architecture [MLA I] is an accredited first professional degree for students who wish to become licensed landscape architects. The program introduces students to the practice and discipline of landscape architecture, providing them with the ecological, artistic, technical, and communication skills necessary to practice in the profession and in other environmental fields.
The two-year Master of Landscape Architecture [MLA II] is designed for students who already possess an accredited undergraduate degree in landscape architecture. The MLA II advances students' knowledge in practice and discipline of landscape architecture, providing them with the ecological, artistic, technical, and communication skills necessary to excel in the profession and in other environmental fields. Students are admitted to the two-year program upon approval of the Director of Graduate Studies.
In the program, students work on sites at increasingly larger scales and levels of complexity and explore new technical skills and knowledge through their design solutions. Students have the option of studying abroad in the Cities on Water program that addresses issues of water and global climate change. In the final studio, students pursue independent design projects defined by their interests and passions.
LAAB Public Information: Professional Accreditation
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- Deadline for applications is January 15.
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- Most applicants receive an admissions decision 4-6 weeks after the application deadline. Applicants will be notified of the decision by email as soon as they are available. If you have been offered admission, please accept or decline the offer by April 15.