We are still accepting MLA applications for Fall 2014!

Application information and deadlines can be found at Landscape Architecture Graduate School Web Site.

MLA Curriculum

MLA students take a series of lecture and studio design courses, beginning with an introduction to landscape design principles in the first year and culminating in an advanced research and studio design project in the graduating year. LAAB standards require that first-professional degree curricula must include the core knowledge skills and applications of landscape architecture: landscape architectural history, philosophy, theory, values, ethics, practice, planning, design, implementation, and management.

To meet LAAB standards, the Landscape Architecture Program curricula includes coverage of:


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Find more detailed information on the following PDF files: (MLA PDF)

1st Semester - Fall Term
Course Cr Description/ Public Access Web Faculty
LARC 450
LARC 620
LARC 640
PLSC 253
3
3
5
3
Environmental Resources
Graphic Tools for Landscape Representation
Graduate Studio I
Woody Plant Materials I
David Myers
Jack Sullivan
Byoung-Suk Kweon
Karen Petroff
2nd Semester - Spring Term
LARC 621
LARC 641
LARC 663
LARC 720
PLSC 254
3
5
3
3
3
Digital Mapping and Drawing
Graduate Studio II
Landscape and Garden History
Environmental Analysis and Site Engineering
Woody Plant Materials II
Staff
Dennis Nola
Kelly Cook
Jack Leonard
Karen Petroff
Summer  
3rd Semester - Fall Term
LARC 642
LARC 670
LARC 721
Elective
5
3
3
3
Graduate Studio III
Landscape Architecture Theory/ Criticism
Landscape Construction Methods and Materials
Specialization Elective
Christopher Ellis
Kelly Cook
Arlie Ison

4th Semester - Spring Term

LARC 648
LARC 660
LARC 671


5
3
3
Graduate Studio IV
Landscape and Identity
Landscape Architecture Research Methods

Jack Sullivan
Kelly Cook
Victoria Chanse

Summer

   
5th Semester - Fall Term
LARC 420
LARC 748
Elective

3
6
3

Professional Practice
Graduate Studio V
Specialization Elective

Dennis Nola
Victoria Chanse

6th Semester - Spring Term

LARC 799
Elective

1-6
3

Master's Thesis Research or Creative Project
Specialization Elective
Faculty Advisor

     

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