Master of Architecture + Master of Landscape Architecture

The School of Architecture and the School of Landscape Architecture offer a dual program leading to the conferral of both the Master of Landscape Architecture degree and the Master of Architecture degree. This initiative addresses the growing need for graduates with an understanding of the disciplinary concepts, skills and agendas of both architecture and landscape architecture. We are interested in educating hybrid professionals that are both willing and able to make a strong difference in a world that is increasingly ecologically and systematically designed.

The dual degree program offers an accelerated path towards two degrees: the MLA and the M.Arch. The program is available to both 2G and 3G Master of Architecture students and requires an extra year of study.


Summer Year One (7)

Arch 538 (3)
Design Fundamentals
Arch 518 (2)
Representation I
Arch 501 (2)
Introduction to Environmental Design

Fall Year One (16)

Arch 541 (6)
Principles of Architecture
LAR 521 (3)
Design Communication I
Arch 511 (3)
History and Theory of Architecture I
Arch 557 (4)
Structural Principles in Architecture

After Graduation Career Prospects

The M.Arch + MLA dual degree prepares graduates to take leading roles in envisioning and implementing the built environment of the future.