Enrollment is open for the inaugural quarter of the Master of Landscape Architecture program at New School of Architecture and Design (NSAD). The three-year program, which begins in the fall of 2010, emphasizes contemporary issues such as urban sprawl, demands for clean water and healthy food, and coastal developments. It also explores the political and ecological considerations of California and Mexico’s shared border.
“NewSchool is filling a long-standing need to further environmental design in one of California’s most vibrant landscapes,” said Dr. Steven Altman, NSAD’s president. “The landscape architecture program builds on the school’s commitment to urban sustainability and improving the quality of life in the built and natural environments.”
For details about the new Master of Landscape Architecture program and application guidelines, email email@example.com, call 1-800-490-7081 or visit www.NewSchoolArch.edu.
Michael Spencer, ASLA, is a landscape architect with 25 years experience who recently wrote an article in the Naples Daily News giving an outline of the profession and its wide scope. He also gives some advice on how to become an Landscape Architect and also licensing. Michael concludes with why someone should hire an LA?
Michael writes in one paragraph
As I listen to this fine music, there’s something on my mind for some time, so let’s take a small side trip. The topic? Just exactly what is a landscape architect (LA), anyway? What are the qualifications? What is the educational background?
To read more of the article go to the [SOURCE: Naples Daily News - Make it Green: What’s behind that MLA that gives a landscape architect expertise?]
It’s good to see a Landscape Architect in a newspaper highlighting the role of the profession. Maybe if your currently unemployed or underemployed it might be good idea to contact your local or city newspaper and offer to write an article about the profession.
The Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts will launch a new Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) program in fall 2010, announced Bruce Lindsey, dean of the College of Architecture and the Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design.
Chairing the MLA program will be Dorothee Imbert, currently associate professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design (GSD).
Meanwhile, the Sam Fox School will begin offering a new undergraduate minor in landscape architecture in fall 2011.
Deadline for applications is Feb. 1, 2010. Students can apply online through the Sam Fox School’s graduate admissions page. For more information, visit samfoxschool.wustl.edu or call 935-6227
for more information go to the [SOURCE: Record - New master's degree in landscape architecture to be offered in 2010 by Liam Otten]