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The Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning contains of four graduate programs:

Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) 

Master of Urban Planning (MUP) 

Master of Land and Property Development (MLPD)

Doctor of Philosophy in Urban and Regional Science (URSC)

Dual Degrees

Five (5) dual degrees are formally offered by the Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, students with strong motivation to work towards obtaining a dual degree can make arrangements at the beginning of their degree program. Interested students should contact the Program Coordinators of each program listed below as soon as they are admitted for studies. Continue reading for more information.


The College of Architecture offers five graduate certificates. Each certificate covers an interdisciplinary area and programs of study to receive these certificates are available to all students enrolled in graduate degree programs in the College. Achievement of a certificate depends upon completion of courses designed to expose students to a specific body of knowledge. These certificates are offered through the College research centers in affiliation with Departments.