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landscape architecture

The Landscape Architecture Graduate Programs focus on sustainable landscapes with a concentration in regional ecologic, economic, and social issues. The unique features of Northeast Ohio (industrial cities, suburbs, rural landscapes, parklands, and critically important hydrological concerns) serve as the educational platform for academic inquiry and research, while also providing students with comprehensive experiences, knowledge of design, ethical standards, and the technical skills necessary for professional licensure. Cognates and areas of research interest associated with a diversity of disciplines allied with landscape architecture are available to students including courses in architecture, biology, environmental health sciences, geography, geology, sports and recreation management, and urban design. The graduate programs in Landscape Architecture  include the following degree programs:

Master of Landscape Architecture I

Master of Landscape Architecture II