This six-year articulated degree program offers a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture and a master’s degree in urban planning. 

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture 

The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture prepares students to plan, design and oversee the natural and built landscape environments. This degree is for students who wish to pursue jobs in landscape architecture and similar fields. 

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Galen D. Newman

Associate Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning; Interim Department Head; Director, Center for Housing and Urban Development (CHUD); Youngblood Endowed Professor of Residential Development; President, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA)

979.862.4320 Email Galen D. Newman

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Master of Urban Planning  

The Master of Urban Planning uses historical and emerging knowledge to prepare students to create sustainable solutions for community development. You will gain planning knowledge in a variety of perspectives including economic, technical and legal practices. 

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Wei Li

Associate Professor; Founding President of ENDEAVR

979.845.2608 Email Wei Li

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