Aug 24, 2019  
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning


1086 Regnier Hall
785-532-5961
Fax:  785-532-6722
Email: larcpadvising@ksu.edu
apdesign.k-state.edu/larcp  

Department Head:

Stephanie Rolley

Graduate Faculty:

*Anne Beamish, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Blake M. Belanger, MLA, University of Colorado at Denver
Jason Brody, Ph.D., University of Illinois
Jessica Canfield, MLA, Harvard Graduate School of Design
*Brent Chamberlain, Ph.D., University of British Columbia
Laurence A. Clement, Jr., MLA, Kansas State University; JD, University of Kansas
Lynn Ewanow, MLA, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry
*Huston Gibson, Ph.D., Florida State University
Howard Hahn, MA, Kansas State University
Jon Hunt, MA, University of Colorado at Denver
*Hyung Jin Kim, Ph.D., Texas A&M University
*Timothy D. Keane, Ph.D., University of Michigan
*John W. Keller, MA, Kansas State University; MS, PhD, Rutgers University
Katie Kingery-Page, MLA, Kansas State University
Gregory Newmark, Ph.D., University of California
Susmita Rishi, Ph.D., University of Washington
*Stephanie A. Rolley, MCP, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
*Lee R. Skabelund, MLA, University of Michigan
La Barbara James Wigfall, MCRP, Harvard University
William P. Winslow, III, MLA, University of Michigan
Amir Gohar, Ph.D., University of California

*Denotes graduate faculty that are certified to serve as the major professor for doctoral students

Graduate Faculty Associate:

Summer Lewis, M.I.S., University of Queensland
Gary Stith, MCP, Ohio State University
Christy Rodriguez, M.U.P., Texas A&M
Andrew Willis, J.D., Ave Maria School of Law
 

The Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning offers a professional master of landscape architecture degree and a master of regional and community planning degree. The master of landscape architecture and master of regional and community planning are offered to non-baccalaureate as well as post-baccalaureate students. Both the non-baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate masters’ degrees are accredited by their respective professional accrediting agencies. Graduates of the programs are in demand throughout the country in private practice, governmental service, and academic setting.

The department also offers an online master of science degree in community development. The community development master’s degree program provides the skills, information and networks needed to facilitate sustainable and prosperous community change. It equips practitioners with the tools necessary to build a community in the 21st Century.

 

Programs

Master of Landscape Architecture

Master of Regional and Community Planning

Master of Science

Graduate Certificate

Courses

Community Development

Landscape Architecture

Regional and Community Planning

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