Students who opt to earn a Master's before earning the Ph. Please note: Neither the Department nor individual faculty will be able to fund students by providing tuition, insurance, or a teaching or research assistantship during the one-year Master's degree program. Applications for fall of August 15, and close February 1, Applications for spring of will open July 1, and close October 15, Applications can be reopened if necessary by contacting the Graduate Field Assistant. About the Department Explore About the Department.
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Skip to main content. The degree programs are designed to accommodate a variety of academic backgrounds, both with and without design training in landscape architecture and architecture. We offer t wo possible paths toward the completion of the MLA degree. The intent of the MLA degree is to provide the foundational, historical, theoretical, technical, and skills-based grounding of the field of landscape architecture. The core of the degree program is the design studio that introduces students to fundamental design methodologies and they are asked to pursue and develop their design process and learn about research methodologies.
Skip to main content. The Graduate Field of Natural Resources is core to the mission of the Department and we foster a strong sense of community within the Graduate Field, which includes graduate faculty and students from within the Department of Natural Resources and across the University. The Field of Natural Resources offers students the freedom to design a graduate program that addresses their individual interests.
Candidates for the MS or MA usually complete their degree requirements within two years. The wide variety of these students' interests and experiences provides a valuable, intangible resource. The faculty are from the College of Human Ecology, as well as other departments around campus.