Master of Landscape Architecture
Students entering the Master of Landscape Architecture from a cognate discipline will undertake the 200 point program whilst students entering the Master of Landscape Architecture from a non-cognate discipline will undertake the 300 point program.
The Handbook entry stipulates the complete requirements for the course. Always use the University Handbook as your primary course planning tool.
- View the MC-LARCH entry in the University Handbook
The first 100 points of the 300 point Landscape Architecture program consists of 6 core subjects as found in the sample course plan below. After the first year is completed, students complete the same subject combinations as students admitted into the 200 point program.
Course plan: Master of Landscape Architecture 300 points (first year)
|KEY||Core subjects||Landscape Architecture Elective subjects||Graduate School Elective subjects|
Master of Landscape Architecture 200 points
The Master of Landscape Architecture 200 points handbook entry stipulates the complete requirements for the course. Always use the University Handbook as your primary course planning tool.
|ABPL90263 Constructed Ecologies|
|ABPL90375 Landscape Architecture Design Thesis||ABPL90048 Landscape Practice|
|KEY||Core subjects||Landscape Architecture Elective subjects||GraduateSchool Elective subjects|