The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design offers the
Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) professional degree program, which focuses on urban landscape architecture, design, and theory within a challenging studio-based curriculum. Complementary lecture and seminar courses in history, theory, technology, and environmental studies provide comprehensive professional training and serve as a forum to examine landscape architecture's synthetic role in design and planning at scales ranging from the garden to the region. After a four-term core curriculum, students develop independent research directions that culminate in the final term's thesis studio. The program's goal is to develop progressive models for landscape architecture practice: we encourage work that explores and extends the discipline's ties to the humanities, environmental and social sciences, and engineering.
Landscape Architecture - MLA