Master of Landscape Architecture (Research)

  • Upcoming start dates

    Semester 2 - 18 Jul 2022

    Semester 1 - 20 Feb 2023

  • Qualification

    Research Master's

  • Duration

    1 year full-time

  • Credits


  • Location

    Lincoln University Campus

Build your impact and understanding of landscape architecture with this research-based advanced Master’s.

Lincoln University’s Master of Landscape Architecture is an opportunity for graduates with an accredited Bachelor of Landscape Architecture to expand their landscape architecture education, by looking deeper into theory and practice.

This degree is accredited by the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects (NZILA). Graduates are eligible to become registered professionals and are highly sought-after in public and private sectors in Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia and further afield. 

Programme information

Programme Structure

The thesis-based Master of Landscape Architecture is usually a 12-month, 120 credit programme. 

Lincoln’s MLA (both examination and thesis) is open to graduates of other disciplines. You will follow the first two semesters of the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) then transfer to the MLA. This option requires 120 credits of coursework, and 120 credits of research (totally 240 credits). The 240-credit MLA is an accredited qualification.

You can find a list of available supervisors here.

More details available upon enquiry or application.

  • Compulsory courses


Here are your next steps

Programme contacts

Wendy McWilliam

Dr Wendy McWilliam

Senior Lecturer

[email protected]

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