College of Architecture
3360 S State Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60616, United States
Landscape architects have emerged among design professionals to lead the exploration, organization, reclamation, and re-imagining of our cities to meet the challenges of our future. The IIT landscape architecture program aims to teach landscape architects to engage small and large scale Landscapes of Urbanization through a rigorous training in geographic, ecological, and landscape infrastructural systems.
Master's Degree, MLA, Masters of Landscape Architecture
Master's Degree, M.Arch/MLA, Master of Architecture/Landscape Archi
Mrs. Jaucinta Burt
Director of Admission and Enrollment Management
Candidates who hold a B.S. in Architecture, a B.S. in Landscape Architecture (B.S.L.A.), or an equivalent pre-professional architecture degree, that partially fulfills NAAB (National Architectural Accreditation Board) requirements may qualify for up to one year of advanced standing in the professional degree program. To be admitted without conditions to the M.L.A. program, an applicant is required to have prior college-level coursework in freehand drawing, biology, and earth science. Candidates lacking these prerequisites may be admitted on the condition that they complete the required coursework before enrolling. Candidates will be notified upon admission of their program of study, which is determined by prior academic training and professional experience, as well as portfolio content.