Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)

Bookmark this page for everything you need to know about your program, courses and resources.

Enrolling in Courses

We'll be posting the "term timetable" shortly. This PDF will tell you when and where classes take place. You can also pick up a paper copy at the front desk from Hana. 

All of our courses are found on the course site. Courses are listed by academic term, and provide information on who's teaching the course, as well as lecture times and locations. Once available, course outlines can be accessed through the site.

Electives and Travel

Experience landscape architecture from a new perspective. Whether it's through study abroad programs, block week courses or electives, find out how you can enhance your studies.

Program Structure

The Master of Landscape Architecture is a first professional degree at the Masters Level. It is a course-based degree which means no research thesis is required.  The Program curriculum incorporates the breadth of Canadian Society of Landscape Architects accreditation requirements and the Program was f accredited in 2018, three years after it admitted its first students. 

The three-year curriculum (Foundation Year plus two years (LA 1 and LA 2) is expected to be completed in 6 consecutive terms; less if you are admitted directly into LA 1 rather than the Foundation year.  The program is structured around a sequence of core design studios, technology courses, and design theory and methods courses. Because of this curriculum sequencing all applicants admitted to the MLA must enter the Program in the Fall term. 

Resources and support

We're here to support you. Learn more about the things that will enhance your education:

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Continuous development

Events and exhibitions

Supplement your education with events you won't want to miss, such as the Design Matters Lecture Series and gallery exhibitions.

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Lunch and Learns

A regular schedule of lunch and learns takes place throughout the academic year. Schedule will be posted soon! If you want to pitch a learning session, email

Student Resources

From academic advice to technical support and the latest news from our Student Association, we’re here to help.

Get Involved and Volunteer

Get Involved

Interested in different ways to be involved on campus? We're always looking for passionate individuals to support our faculty and students association, help shape our vision and foster student learning.

Funding, scholarships, awards


Graduate students have a wide range of opportunities to receive thousands of dollars in scholarships and awards to make education more accessible. Research assistant positions and industry job opportunities can also help achieve financial goals. Learn about funding opportunities

Electives and Travel

Electives and Travel

Enrich your education through block week courses and study abroad opportunities.

Facilities and Workshop Bookings

Facilities and Workshop Bookings

We are committed to state-of-the-art teaching, learning and research. To support future-thinking initiatives, SAPL students and faculty have access to a fabrication lab, robotics, a full metal and wood workshop, CNC machines, and A/V and meeting facilities.

Policies and Forms

Policies and Forms

Your portal to University calendar information, procedures, policies and forms.

Resources and quick links

Resources and quick links

Hone page for all resources and quick links.