景观建筑硕士2专业排名暂无排名 ，US News 2018
3 years，62 credits
1.Ademic statement of purpose
For master's applicants: Your academic statement of purpose is your opportunity to introduce yourself to faculty and explain how graduate study at SEAS fits into your plans. Faculty members use the statements to understand your education and career objectives, as well as to see how well you write and organize your thoughts. Ideally, your statement should be concise (not more than two double-spaced pages), well-written, and describe your academic and research background, your career and educational objectives, and how an SEAS graduate program will help you meet your goals. Please indicate your planned field of study and the faculty members with whom you wish to work.
The personal statement (500 words) should convey how your background and life experiences, including cultural, geographical, financial, educational or other opportunities or challenges, have motivated your decision to pursue a graduate degree at the University of Michigan. For example, if you grew up in a community where opportunities were either especially plentiful or especially lacking, you might discuss the impact this had on your development and interests. This should be a discussion of the journey that has led to your decision to seek a graduate degree. The personal statement will be included in your application materials sent to the SEAS review committee, but traditionally evaluation has focused on the statement of purpose, which will likely command the bulk of their attention. Please do not repeat your academic statement of purpose.
4.Official test scores
Use the following University of Michigan test codes to share your scores with us.
GRE test code: 1839 (no department code necessary)
GMAT test code: SN1-J6-40 (accepted in lieu of GRE for MS/MBA dual-degree applicants)
TOEFL test code: 1839 (Required of all non-native English speakers who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents, or who have not received a four-year bachelor's degree from an institution in the United States, England, Canada, or Australia, where English is the primary language. Test scores from MELAB, IELTS, or ECPE may be substituted for the TOEFL.)
5.Three letters of recommendation
6.Official transcripts from all undergraduate and postgraduate institutions attended
Transcripts must be received by both the School of Natural Resources and Environment (electronic) and the U-M Rackham School of Graduate Studies (official paper copy). Please read the procedures at the bottom of this page for submitting both sets of transcripts.
7.Landscape architecture applicants
Portfolio optional for the MLA in Landscape Architecture applicants. Mail your portfolio to University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment, ATTN: Landscape Architecture Admissions, 440 Church Street, Suite 1520, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
8. Application fee
$75 USD for domestic applicants, $90 USD for international applicants, to be paid by credit card online via a secure site. Once your fee is paid, you will receive an email containing directions for checking to see if your application materials have been received. It also will include the method for updating your personal information, if needed. If you are a current Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, or Vista Volunteer, you may request an application fee waiver through the Rackham Graduate School. Fee waiver requests may take an additional 10 days to process, so plan accordingly.
April 30, 2018
The Landscape Architecture Program at the University of Michigan offers the ideal context for producing tomorrow’s leaders in ecological design. The three-year accredited program is organized to teach students from a wide variety of undergraduate backgrounds and previous careers.
You will learn to be a designer who authentically employs ecological principles in sustainable design of landscapes – from the center of redeveloping cities to changing rural landscapes. Aesthetic theory, cultural engagement, ecological function and environmental justice all figure prominently in the program. Professor Joan I. Nassauer emphasizes “Our program recognizes that design must celebrate culture if it is to sustain ecological function.”
Place & Environment Studio
Making Place Studio
Visualizing the Environment
Ecology: Concepts & Applications
Other as approved by advisor
Principles of Ecological Design Studio
Ecological Site Design Studio
Principles of GIS
History & Theory of Landscape Design
Ecological Design in Site Planning Studio
Site Planning Construction Docs Studio
Materials & Methods
Ecological Planting Design Studio