School of Landscape Architecture & Planning Academic Programs
The School of Landscape Architecture and Planning at the University of Arizona offers dynamic, hands-on undergraduate and graduate built environment programs that position students for sustainable careers in development, planning, design and beyond.
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
The professional, four-year BLA prepares students to become successful, licensed landscape architects through a robust, studio-based curriculum.Explore the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture »
Master of Landscape Architecture
The LAAB-accredited, STEM-designated MLA is a three-year program that prepares students for the practice of landscape architecture and engages them in applied scholarship with an emphasis on sustainable strategies.Explore the Master of Landscape Architecture »
Master of Real Estate Development
The MRED, offered in-person (18 months) and online (as little as 12 months), focuses on sustainable real estate development analysis, finance and practice.Explore the Master of Real Estate Development »
Graduate Certificate in Heritage Conservation
Learn to preserve built and natural environments as part of a comprehensive ethic of environmental, cultural and economic sustainability in this five-course, 15-unit fully online program.Explore the Graduate Certificate in Heritage Conservation »
Graduate Certificates in Real Estate Development
Become an industry leader through CAPLA's three real estate development graduate certificates, offered on campus and online: Real Estate Development Analysis (three courses, 9 units), Real Estate Development Finance (four courses, 12 units) and Real Estate Development Practice (four courses, 12 units).Explore Graduate Certificates in Real Estate Development »
Minor in Landscape Architecture
This 19- or 20-unit minor provides students interested in the design of the built environment the chance to engage in a course of study that includes landscape architectural history and design, landscape ecology and planning.Explore the Undergraduate Minor in Landscape Architecture »
Minor in Real Estate Development
Designed to prepare students to create and sustain value in the real estate industry, the Minor in Real Estate Development consists of six courses (18 units), including a professional project for real estate development.Explore the Undergraduate Minor in Real Estate Development »
Minor in Sustainable Built Environments
Designed for students who have a passion in sustainability and a desire to make a difference, the Minor in Sustainable Built Environments consists of seven courses (18 units) and is available in-person and fully online.Explore the Undergraduate Minor in Sustainable Built Environments »
We offer a broad range of undergraduate and graduate courses in heritage conservation, landscape architecture, real estate development, sustainable built environments, urban planning and more.
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Graduate Student Handbook
The School of Landscape Architecture and Planning Graduate Student Handbook contains information on programs, student conduct and procedures, student resources, funding and student employment, degree requirements and curricula for all of our graduate degrees and certificates.
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