Master of Landscape Architecture

Program Overview

The MLA program has been in existence since 1958. Since that time the program's mission has been to train "entry level" professional landscape architects.

Admissions

Master of Landscape Architecture Admissions requirements.

Curriculum

Master of Landscape Architecture semester outline.

Faculty

Listings and links for the faculty of Master of Landscape Architecture and faculty news.

Students

MLA Final presentation examples and Current/Graduated student listing, and MLA Final Presentation Examples.

Materials Requirements

The following suggestions describe the minimum supplies required to easily complete design projects using manual graphics.

Suggested Readings

Students should be familiar with some of the following publications before entering the MLA program.

Technology Requirements

All incoming students in the College of Architecture are required to possess a laptop computer. The minimum and recommended specifications can be found on the Information Technology Services (ITS) web site. It is recommended that incoming students wait until classes begin before purchasing software. A list of computer programs used by students in the College of Architecture and as well as links to where they can be purchased/obtained can be found on the ITS web site.

Resources for Students

Information for students, about College Station, Texas, directory, career information, student organizations and related links.

Program Brochure

Master of Landscape Architecture Program brochure can be downloaded from here:
MLA Brochure (Icon 740.6 KB)

Student Work

Alumni

Former students are encouraged to update their contact information and submit news and photos for Class Acts. To update your data or submit news, please click here.

Newsletters

In 2003, the Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning began publication of an annual newsletter.