Master of City Planning + Master of Landscape Architecture

The Master of City Planning/Master of Landscape Architecture dual-degree program allows students to earn both degrees with a total of 36 CUs.

Note: All 15 CUs taken towards the City Planning degree must be CPLN courses.


City Planning Requirements
CPLN 5000Introduction to City Planning: History, Theory and Practice1
CPLN 5010Quantitative Planning Analysis Methods1
CPLN 5020Urban Economics and Public Finance1
or CPLN 5090 Law of Planning and Urban Development
CPLN 5030Modeling Geographical Objects1
CPLN 6000Studio I2
CPLN 7010Planning Studio2
or CPLN 7020 Planning Studio
or CPLN 7030 Planning Studio
or CPLN 7040 Planning Studio
or CPLN 7050 Planning Studio
or CPLN 7060 Planning Studio
or CPLN 7070 Planning Studio
Select 4 Concentration courses 14
Select 3 CPLN Electives 13
CPLN Internship0
Landscape Architecture Requirements
Studio Courses
LARP 5010Studio I2
LARP 5020Studio II2
LARP 6010Studio III2
LARP 6020Studio IV2
LARP 7010Studio V2
or LARP 7020 Studio VI
Theory Courses
LARP 5350Theory I: Histories and Theories of Landscape and Environment1
LARP 5400Theory II: The Culture of Nature1
Media Courses
LARP 5330Media I: Drawing and Visualization1
LARP 5420Media II: Fundamentals of 3D Modeling1
LARP 5430Media III: Landscape and Digital Dynamics1
Workshop Courses
LARP 5110Workshop I: Ecology and Built Landscapes1
LARP 5120Workshop II: Landform and Planting Design1
LARP 6110Workshop III: Site Engineering and Water Management1
LARP 6120Workshop IV: Advanced Landscape Construction1
Other Courses
LARP 7610Urban Ecology 31
Total Course Units36

If a student's concentration requires 5 CUs, they take 2 CUs of electives. If the concentration requires 4 CUs, they take 3 CUs of electives.


Breadth methods course cannot fulfill both core and concentration requirements.


Taken in the same term as LARP 6010

The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2024 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.