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The world we live in is changing rapidly. How are you positioned to tackle these changes?
A masters in landscape architecture (MLA) from Ball State University can provide the skills needed to be a leader in our changing world. Consider registering for our upcoming on-campus information session to learn about the opportunities available through this program.
Graduate students in the Ball State University masters of landscape architecture program are trained in theory, practice and design thinking strategies that capture creativity and hone critical thinking and problem-solving skills, related to design, cultural landscapes and environmental issues. Students work side-by-side with fellow students, faculty and experts in related fields to complete projects for clients.
The program brings together students from all types of backgrounds and disciplines: humanities, fine arts, environmental studies, social work, urban planning and more. MLA students are encouraged to explore landscape architecture through the lens of their own interests and often complete certificates and minors in their area of specialty.
MLA students are coached from the moment they step into the classroom through their internship and beyond by industry-recognized and diverse faculty. We offer a nationally ranked, fully accredited program that’s also student-focused at an affordable price, creating a value unmatched by other institutions.
If you’re looking for the skills to become a leader in a changing world, find out more information about what a masters in landscape architecture can do for you.
By attending this session, we will waive half of the cost of the $60 Ball State University Graduate School application fee. Once registered, you will receive more details about this offer.
Register today at the "Register Here" link above! We hope to see you soon.