- PLA is home to undergraduate and graduate academic programs.
- Introducing students to the field of landscape studies and provides specialties in restoration ecology, environmental planning, or cultural and historic landscapes.
- Training students to become licensed landscape architects. This is a professional degree program accredited by the American Society of Landscape Architects.
- This Master of Science degree emphasizes conducting original research in the form of a thesis or creating evidence-based design solutions to complex landscape problems.
- This Master of Science degree prepares students for professional positions in government, non-profit and community organizations, and the private sector, to be leaders in shaping communities.
- This Doctor of Philosophy degree is a research degree and is intended to appeal to individuals from diverse planning backgrounds.
The Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture is committed to establishing and maintaining a supportive climate of inclusion, diversity, and collegiality among our interactions and through our actions and policies. We envision a department in which all individuals are engaged in a vibrant learning community, where ideas, experiences, and perspectives are supported, nurtured, and developed to their highest levels.
Please join the Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture on Friday, April 27, from noon - 1:00pm in Music Hall room 208 as part of their…READ MORE
The upcoming Spotlight Series event will feature Dr. Revel Sims as the lecturer for the Wisconsin Union Directorate Distinguished Lecture Series.
Dr. Sims is an assistant professor in UW’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Chican@ and Latin@…
Allen Centennial Garden's HortiCULTURAL Landscapes Symposium is quickly approaching (Saturday, April 14, 2018).
The Garden is lowering the price and offering a $80.00 off discount to the symposium for all students, staff and faculty in the…READ MORE