The dual degree in the Master of Historic Preservation and Master of Landscape Architecture emphasizes the connection between the two disciplines in the study and preservation of cultural landscapes. Upon completion of the program and the accompanying internship, graduates will possess a diverse set of experiences in both the historic preservation and landscape architecture fields. The degree is available in two forms, an accelerated 60 credit option that may be completed in as few as five semesters, and a 94 credit, professional option, spread over eight semesters.
Applicants for the dual degree in historic preservation and landscape architecture should use the following four-letter code on the online application: HPLA
The application deadline is January 12, 2024.