In our master of landscape architecture (MLA) program, you can expect a number of benefits including small classes, extensive one-on-one instruction, and international and national travel opportunities. Our MLA degree is accredited by the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB). The MLA degree also fulfills the education requirement to become licensed as a landscape architect.
We house a number of research centers and resources that enrich graduate study, among them:
Plus, we offer interdisciplinary opportunities in through our award-winning outreach programs such as Community-Based Projects and the CAP Indianapolis Center.
As a graduate student, you are given the freedom to choose your own subject for a thesis or creative project in your final year―with the support and advice of faculty―which engages both research and creative skills. Through a structured program of paid internships in professional offices, students also have the opportunity to develop a base of experience for a future in practice.
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