Skip Navigation
*To search for student contact information, login to FlashLine and choose the "Directory" icon in the FlashLine masthead (blue bar).

Landscape Architecture - Master of Landscape Architecture Program Requirements PDFDownload to print

Master of Landscape Architecture I (first professional degree)
 

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (72 credits)  Courses count in major GPA 
Course Title Credits
LARC 50100 Design Visualization 3
  50101 Landscape Architecture Studio I 6
  50102 Landscape Architecture Studio II 6
  60103 Landscape Architecture Studio III 6
  60104 Landscape Architecture Studio IV 6
  60105 Landscape Architecture Studio V 6
  60106 Landscape Architecture Studio VI 6
  60111 Landscape History and Theory 3
  60301 Site Engineering 3
  60401 Landscape Architecture Construction Methods 3
  65003 Leadership Ethics and Office Management 3
  60601 Plants and Planted Form 3
  60602 Urban Ecological Systems 3
  60922 Methods of Inquiry in Architectural Studies 2
  60923 Empirical Research in Environmental Design 1
Cognate courses 12
MINIMUM TOTAL 72

 

Master of Landscape Architecture II (for students holding a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from an LAAB accredited program)
 

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (60 credits)  Courses count in major GPA 
Course Title Credits
LARC 60103 Landscape Architecture Studio III 6
  60104 Landscape Architecture Studio IV 6
  60105 Landscape Architecture Studio V 6
  60106 Landscape Architecture Studio VI 6
  60922 Methods of Inquiry in Architectural Studies 2
  60923 Empirical Research in Environmental Design 1
Cognate courses 33
MINIMUM TOTAL 60

Potential Cognates:

ARCHITECTURE
ARCH 55291 – World’s Fair and Architecture
ARCH 63002 – Health Care Facilities I
ARCH 63003 – Health Care Facilities II

BIOLOGY
BSCI 50162 – Soil Biology
BSCI 50170 – Stream Biology
BSCI 50364 – Limnology
BSCI 50368 – Wetland Ecology & Management
BSCI 50369 – Lake Management
BSCI 50372 – Populations, Communities, and Ecosystems
BSCI 50374 – Conservation Biology
BSCI 50375 – Environmental Biology & Management
BSCI 50525 – Wildlife Resources
BSCI 60080 – Experimental Methods in Biology
BSCI 60103 – Biological Statistics
BSCI 60391 – Seminar in Ecology

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES
EHS 52018 – Environmental Health Concepts in Public Health
EHS 53009 – Emerging Environmental Health Issues and Response

GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 51062 – Advanced Physical Geography
GEOG 51066 – Climate Change and its Impacts
GEOG 51073 – Conservation of our Natural Resources
GEOG 51074 – Resource Geography
GEOG 51082 – Geography of Soils
GEOG 52052 – Medical Geography
GEOG 54010 – Geography of the Global Economy
GEOG 54070 – Spatial Analysis and Location Theory
GEOG 55085 – Urban Transportation
GEOG 56065 – Advanced Urban Geography
GEOG 56070 – Urban and Regional Planning
GEOG 59210 – Earth Imagery
GEOG 59211 – Earth Imagery Lab
GEOG 59070 – Geographic Information Science
GEOG 59076 – Spatial Programming
GEOG 59080 – Advanced Geographic Information Science
GEOG 59162 – Advanced Cartography
GEOG 59163 – Advanced Cartography Laboratory
GEOG 59165 – Geomapping
GEOG 59230 – Remote Sensing
GEOG 59890 – Applied Geography
GEOG 60191 – Seminar in Topical Geography
GEOG 60800 – Seminar in the Development of Geographic Thought
GEOG 60881 – Contemporary Issues in Geography
GEOG 62062 – Behavioral Geography
GEOG 64040 – Seminar in Economic Geography
GEOG 69004 – Analysis of Spatial Data
GEOG 69010 – Urban Information and Systems Methodology
GEOG 69701 – Research and Presentation of Geographic Data

GEOLOGY
GEOL 51073 – Geology of Ohio
GEOL 51077 – Geology of the National Parks
GEOL 52067 – Introductory Hydrogeology
GEOL 62011 – Hydrology
GEOL 62066 – Quantitative Geomorphology
GEOL 62068 – Advanced Hydrogeology
GEOL 62082 – Introduction to Soil Mechanics

SPORT AND RECREATION MANAGEMENT
SRM 56070 – Park Planning

URBAN DESIGN
UD 55705 – Forces that Shape Cities
UD 65101 – Community Development Process
UD 65102 – Urban Systems
UD 65632 – Urban Ecology
UD 66995 – Current Events in Urban Design