This dual-degree program fulfills the requirements of two professional degrees: the Master of Architecture (MArch) and the Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA). Students engaged in the dual curriculum will significantly expand their general design culture by interweaving courses in landscape and architecture. They will understand design as a systemic enterprise, and they will acquire the skills needed to operate across disciplines and scales. Students must be admitted to both programs in order to pursue a dual MLA/MArch degree.
The length of study is dependent upon the MArch and MLA programs in which the student is enrolled. Typically, students with no prior design degree will need 4.5 years to complete the dual MLA/MArch degree. Students in the MLA AP program will need 3.5 years to complete the dual MLA/MArch degree.