Master of Landscape Architecture Information Session

    Friday, December 13, 2019 at 12:30 PM until 2:30 PM


    College of Architecture and Planning, Room 226
    2000 W University Ave
    Muncie, IN 47306
    United States


    Ball State's nationally ranked master of landscape architecture program offers an accredited degree in preparation for licensure and real-world practice as a landscape architect. 

    The on-campus MLA courses and immersive learning activities that shape our program are especially designed to serve professionals who want to change careers. Bachelor's degrees that are frequently represented in our career-change MLA include natural resources, ecology, botany, fine arts, performing arts, humanities, geography, GIS, geology, architecture, urban planning, social sciences, and many others.

    Join us on Friday, December 13, 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm (Eastern). 

    A professional master of landscape architecture (MLA) degree will help prepare you for a rich, rewarding, and action-based career focused on:
    · Fitting people to the land and the land to people
    · Analyzing, planning, designing, managing, and stewarding the natural and built environments
    · Promoting a better quality of life through innovative and sustainable design strategies
    · Celebrating and improving the places we live, work, and play

    To discover the broad array of career opportunities available to you with a Ball State MLA, visit the American Society of Landscape Architects website.

    By attending an informational event, you will have the opportunity to receive a waiver for the $60 graduate application fee. You will receive more details about this exciting offer when you register for the event.

    Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.