We'll be posting the "term timetable" shortly. This PDF will tell you when and where classes take place.
All courses can be 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.
Courses and associated information will be added to these links once available.
The Master of Landscape Architecture is a first professional degree at the master’s 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 accredited in 2018, three years after it admitted its first students.
The Program is a three-year curriculum (including a Foundation Year plus two years, M1 and M2). Applicants with previous related design degrees (for example, a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture) may have some or all of the Foundation Year courses waived. 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.
All applicants admitted to the MLA program start in the fall term.