This four-year, honours degree combines the theory, knowledge and techniques of landscape architecture, urban design and planning with training in geographic information systems and computer-aided design. Become proficient in the application of industry-standard digital technologies and cutting-edge design and communication methods to real world problem-solving and presentation of ideas.
Students will work on case studies and community-based projects with sustainability in mind. Through this environmental design program, students may participate in four co-operative work placements, applying their academic and experiential knowledge and skills to community projects. A capstone project culminates the degree. It requires them to demonstrate proficiency in problem identification, analysis, conceptualization and communication of their design-thinking and solutions.
Graduation qualifies students for private sector employment with planning and GIS consultants, landscape architects and developers; or in the public sector, with municipalities, conservation authorities and provincial ministries. The degree also prepares them for graduate academic programs.
|Discipline||Arts and Humanities|
|Application Fees||CAD 100|
|Tuition Fees||CAD 15950|
|Language proficiency (minimum)|
|Exam proficiency (minimum)|
|SAT||Not Required / Waiver|
|ACT||Not Required / Waiver|
|GRE||Not Required / Waiver|
|GMAT||Not Required / Waiver|
Minimum GPA - 65%