Graduate Landscape Architecture

Program 1: Second Professional Degree (39 hours)

This option is open only to students who hold a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture from a program accredited by the Landscape Architecture Accreditation Board (LAAB). This program meets accrediting standards for the second professional degree in landscape architecture and is intended to provide the opportunity for advanced specialization.

Competency in MicroStation is your responsibility for this degree.

The following schedule outlines the typical course of study for this program:

FIRST YEAR    
Fall Semester  
LA 635 Landscape Architecture Methods

 3 

LA 653 Readings in Landscape Architecture

3

Landscape Architecture Elective*

3

Elective*

3

Total Credits

12

Spring Semester
LA 651 Research Methods in Landscape Architecture

3

Landscape Architecture Elective*

3

Landscape Architecture Elective*

3

Elective*

3

Total Credits

12

SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester
Landscape Architecture Elective*

3

Elective*

3

Elective*

3

Total Credits

9

Spring Semester
Thesis/Creative Project (THES 698)

6

Total Credits

6

* At least one elective must be a studio course.