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a terminal degree (two-year MLA IJ) for students seeking advanced studies in a concentration area and the credential required for academic positions. Die MLA II may also provide a varied perspective in design to students with undergraduate degrees in allied fields such as architecture and planning, a terminal, nonbaccalaureate, five-and-a-half-year MLA degree (which exists only at Kansas State). This MLA provides the entering freshman with undergraduate foundation courses and transitions...

American Society Of Landscape Architects

ASM Library & Education Advocacy Fund SO YOU WANT TO RESTORE an old playground or design a new one. Here are some of the issues you may face and examples ofhow they have been dealt with at two playgrounds in Central Park. Removing Potentially Dangerous Equipment Some playground equipment that was popular in the 1970s is no longer recommended for use in public play areas. Rope swings are one example. Kids used to be able to take turns swinging on a rope between two wooden decks at the Ancient...

Mastering Landscape Architecture

A survey of graduate programs gives a glimpse of the future of the profession. By Lolly Tai, fasla, and Rob Kuper, asla HE NUMBER OF master of landscape architecture (MLA) programs has grown since the degree was established in the 1900s. According to ASLA's Council on Education (C.OE), accredited MLA programs in the United States increased from 14 to 38 since 1985. At present, three institutions are in the candidacy stage and 13 institutions are in the planning stage. Student enrollment has...

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