Landscape Architecture (Master)

University of Manitoba

Date Posted: Dec. 13, 2023
Submitted by: Robin Frederick
Sustainability Topics: Curriculum, Grounds
Content Type: Academic Programs
Discipline: Architecture
Program Type: Master's Degree


Landscape Architecture is a creative profession concerned with the analysis, planning, design and management of the land at scales varying from whole regions to small individual sites. Landscape architects integrate and apply knowledge of ecology, socio-cultural factors, economics and aesthetics to create environments that are functional, innovative, sustainable, appropriate and attractive. Desirable personal attributes include creative imagination, problem-solving skills and good graphics and verbal communication skills. Program was created to facilitate research that incorporates or explicitly speaks to human beings as part of living landscapes. Participants have a wide range of backgrounds and generally incorporate at least two of the biological, physical, and social sciences in their research in remote, rural, or urban regions.

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