Start: March 27, 2020 2 p.m.
End: March 27, 2020 4 p.m.

Master of Landscape Architecture Information Session scheduled for March 27 has been canceled.

Landscape Architecture is the analysis, planning, design, management, and stewardship of the natural and built environments. Even more critical today, the profession combines art with science to mediate the complex relationships between nature and the built environment. From planning and designing traditional places like parks, neighborhoods, and waterfronts to restoring and preserving natural systems like wetlands, streams, and forested lands, Landscape Architects play critical roles as environmental problem-solvers. With a Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) degree, you can have a rich, rewarding, and action-based career promoting a better quality of life for all species by applying design and technical skills to create innovative, sustainable, and resilient landscapes.  
Ball State's nationally ranked MLA program offers a professionally-accredited degree in preparation for licensure and real-world practice as a Landscape Architect. Anyone holding degrees in natural resources, ecology, botany, fine arts, performing arts, humanities, geography, GIS, geology, architecture, urban planning, business, and social sciences represent just some of those who seek our career-change program. Visit the American Society of Landscape Architects to learn more about your future as a landscape architect. If you have questions about the program, contact the program director, Chris Marlow.