Monday, October 23, 5:00-8:00 p.m.
CCNY Spitzer School of Architecture, 141 Convent Ave.
Learn about the Spitzer School’s Master of Landscape Architecture program, an accredited professional degree program that is open to students from all undergraduate majors and backgrounds. This evening event will include a school tour, a welcome by Interim Dean Marta Gutman, a program overview by Interim Program Director Zihao Zhang, a panel discussion with Q&A (Zoom option available), and an opportunity for feedback on your portfolio materials. Panelists: Mathew Brown BA Studio Art ’19, MLA ’23; Ximena Diaz Velasco MLA ’25; Lecturer Michael King MLA ’11; Chris Martinovic MLA ’25; Van Le MLA ’25; and Hannah Borgeson, Director of Graduate Affairs.
The Master of Landscape Architecture program prepares students to be leaders in the field through innovative research and practice in urban ecological design, planning, and policymaking. The program aims to reimagine and rethink the profession’s current and future challenges through the lenses of social, environmental, and multi-species justice, including rapid urbanization, resource extraction and management, the interface of nature and technology, ongoing species extinctions, and the climate emergency.
- Duration: Three years, full time, 90 credits.
- Curriculum: First is a foundation year of skill-building, followed by vertically integrated, advanced studios, each working closely with two or three faculty members.
- This program is STEM designated and LAAB accredited.
Admissions: This program is open to students who hold (or will hold) any type of undergraduate degree. Our next application priority deadline is in January 2024 to begin studies in Fall 2024. Please see instructions on our Graduate Application Instructions page.
Registration required – https://ssa.ccny.cuny.edu/events/master-of-landscape-architecture-info-session-7/