Landscape Architecture and
Program | Faculty | Master's
| Doctoral | Courses
At the graduate level, the department offers a Master of Landscape Architecture (M.L.A.) degree, a Master of Regional Planning (M.R.P.) degree, a dual M.L.A./M.R.P. degree option in Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, a combined degree in Law and Regional Planning, and a Ph.D. in Regional Planning.
The Ph.D., M.L.A. and M.R.P. programs offer teaching and research assistantships to selected qualified students which carry a semester stipend and a waiver of tuition. The M.L.A. teaching assistantships require experience in at least one of the following: plant identification, design, graphics, natural processes, surveying, and theory.
All students are required to have a laptop computer, equal or greater to the specifications provided by the department. The department also provides a list of required software (including version).