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Master of Landscape Architecture
Category
Landscape
Description:
The objective of the Masters program in landscape architecture at the University of Illinois is to provide the student with a concentration in areas reflecting central issues in landscape architecture, fundamental research development skills, and proficiency in the traditional core methods of the profession. The concentrations in Community and Urban Design, Ecological Design and Technology, and Cultural Heritage Design draw on the unique strengths of our Department and campus. Concentrations are served by core faculty with advanced degrees in landscape architecture, ecology, social psychology, civil engineering, architecture, and history of architecture. More than half of the core faculty hold the Ph.D degree. Affiliated faculty represent several departments from around the campus. Our students come from a diversity of backgrounds which have included environmental studies, art, architecture, philosophy, biology, and landscape architecture. Some are recent landscape architecture graduates, some experienced practitioners, and others second-career aspirants from entirely different disciplines. Those with an accredited undergraduate degree in landscape architecture enter a two-year program. Students with other undergraduate degrees take prerequisite courses in the basic skills related to landscape architecture and should expect a two-and-one-half to three-year program. Follow this link for information on how to apply to our Masters program. Financial aid is available through the University. Interest in financial aid can be indicated on the graduate application form. In addition, a number of scholarships, fellowships, and prizes are available to graduate students (see Awards link). Following is additional information on the three areas of concentration presently available to our Masters level students: Community and Urban Landscape Design Concentration. This concentration emphasizes analysis and design grounded in community engagement. Building on theory related to social and cultural issues, this concentration focuses on application through place-based design and action research. Areas of specific interest may emphasize cultural diversity, community revitalization, and social and environmental justice. Students will learn theory and models of urban design, with particular attention to the social and ecological implications. The primary scales of inquiry are the neighborhood and urban core, although issues will also engage regional concerns as well as household and home. Course requirements are interdisciplinary, drawing on architecture, planning, and other fields. Ecological Design and Technology Concentration. This concentration proposes a creative merging of natural processes with human wants and needs, using ecology and resource conservation as the basis for design. The strategies of conservation, regeneration, and stewardship are applied at all levels of scale to produce sustainable landscapes, communities, cities and applied technologies. Students will focus on one or several areas including but not limited to: landscape resource studies, sustainable design and construction, restoration and management of native ecosystems, water resources design. Cultural Heritage Design Concentration. This concentration focuses on cultural heritage landscape issues. It emphasizes landscape history, preservation, and heritage management. M.L.A. students in this concentration work with graduate students in the Department of Anthropology. CONCENTRATION DECLARATION AND ADVISING Before beginning the MLA program, each student chooses a concentration. All incoming graduate students are advised by the Graduate Student Advisor. Once a student has completed a thesis proposal, the chair of the thesis committee becomes their advisor. Advisors’ primary responsibilities are: 1) to assist the student in selecting courses which will best meet the student's objectives within the chosen specialty, 2) to certify course work as meeting degree requirements, 3) to monitor progress, and 4) to otherwise advise the student on academic matters. Students may change their concentration after the initial declaration. However, a firm decision should be reached early in the student's program to ensure sufficient time to earn the degree. The first meeting with the Graduate Advisor is usually held in the week preceding registration of the student's first semester. GRADUATE COURSES Graduate studies are integrated into a program of course work, studios, and independent thesis research. Courses provide information about issues and methods, studios apply that information to specific projects, and the thesis allows individuals to pursue in greater depth an issue of particular interest. Students must accumulate 48 hours of graduate work consisting of courses with 400- or 500- level numbers; prerequisites which have 400-level numbers may also be taken for graduate credit. At least 24 hours must be taken in Landscape Architecture Department courses and at least 12 hours must be taken in courses offered by other departments. At least 18 hours must be in the 500 series. Undergraduate-level courses taken as LA 490 do not satisfy this requirement, however 1 unit of thesis may be counted toward the 4.5 unit requirement. To ensure that appropriate information and experiences are gained, there are required core courses plus recommended and special interest electives for each specialization. The core courses in each specialization must be taken for credit; pass-fail is not an option for these courses. Under exceptional circumstances an advisor may wish to substitute an alternate course for a core course or a prerequisite course. Official justification for all core and prerequisite course substitutions must be submitted to the Graduate Program Committee for approval. Full graduate standing is not granted immediately to an incoming graduate student. Depending on whether the student is coming in with a BLA, the rules are somewhat different. LIMITED/FULL STANDING FOR PRIOR BLA MASTERS STUDENTS Students who have a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree with at least a 3.00 grade-point average (on a 4.0 scale) for the last sixty hours of undergraduate study are admitted to this program under Provisional Graduate Standing. Elevation to Full Graduate Standing is contingent upon successful completion of first year graduate course work. Students who maintain a 3.00 (or higher) GPA during their first two semesters in the program will be granted Full Graduate Standing, which implies unconditional admittance to the program. Those students who fail to maintain a 3.00 (or higher) GPA during their first two semesters in the program will be liable to immediate dismissal. Under extenuating circumstances, a request to repeal dismissal can be submitted to the Graduate Program Committee for approval. LIMITED/FULL STANDING FOR NON-BLA MASTERS STUDENTS Students with at least a 3.00 undergraduate GPA in another discipline and/or those with a lower GPA (regardless of background) are admitted under Limited Status. Limited Status implies probationary admittance with elevation to Provisional Graduate Standing contingent upon successful completion of prerequisite course work. During prerequisite study, a student must maintain a 3.00 GPA in undergraduate prerequisite courses. In addition, a 3.00 must be maintained in graduate courses taken over that period. Elevation to Provisional Graduate Standing is contingent upon successful completion of prerequisite course work. Students who maintain a 3.00 (or higher) GPA during their first two semesters in the program will be granted Provisional Graduate Standing. Those students who fail to maintain a 3.00 (or higher) GPA during their first two semesters in the program will be liable to immediate dismissal. Under extenuating circumstances, a request to repeal dismissal can be submitted to the Graduate Program Committee for approval. For non-BLA students, elevation to Full Graduate Standing is contingent upon successful completion of the first and second years of course work. Students who maintain a 3.00 (or higher) GPA during their first two years in the program will be granted Full Graduate Standing, which implies unconditional admittance to the program. REQUIRED MINIMUM GRADE POINT AVERAGE For both students who have a prior BLA and for those coming in from another discipline, a minimum grade point average (GPA) is required. If, at any time, a student’s GPA is below the required 3.00 in undergraduate and/or graduate course work, the student will be placed on academic probation by the Department. The student will be given one semester (the next semester the student carries a full academic load) to bring up the average to the required 3.00. A student on academic probation will not be allowed to register for Thesis (LA 599). Unless there are extenuating circumstances, a student may only be on academic probation one time. Students placed on academic probation a second time will be liable to immediate dismissal. Under extenuating circumstances, a request to repeal dismissal can be submitted to the Graduate Program Committee for approval. Also note that a 3.00 average in both undergraduate prerequisite courses and graduate courses is required for any financial support.
School:
University of Illinois
City:
Illinois
Country:
USA
Start:
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Duration:
4 Semesters
Type:
Master
Fee:
€ 0
Site: http://www.landarch.uiuc.edu/
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