Graduate Program in Landscape Architecture

Landscape

Morgan State University's accredited Master of Landscape Architecture Program offers students a city-oriented focus. The Landscape Architecture program at Morgan challenges students to solve complex problems dealing with population density, architectural context, environmental systems, and public infrastructure. These interwoven physical systems underpin the important social, economic, and political layers of the urban landscape.

The City of Baltimore offers faculty and students an unparalleled range of environments for study and research. These environments include waterfront, commercial center, inner-city neighborhoods, and urban/suburban edge-growth conditions. Landscape Architecture at Morgan offers a design-based, multi-disciplinary education drawing from contemporary theory, technology, and the other graduate programs in Architecture and City and Regional Planning.

For more information:
Paul Voos, ASLA
Department of Landscape Architecture:
Associate Professor
O: CBEIS 319
P: 443.885.1861
E: paul.voos@morgan.edu