Graduate Program

606 Projects in the Los Angeles Region
606 Studio projects in the Los Angeles region, 1976-2003. Click on image to see map.

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The Department of Landscape Architecture welcomes graduate students from a variety of academic disciplines who are concerned with the shaping of our physical environment. Students learn current and advanced methods for establishing strong, well-defined, and mutually life-sustaining and enhancing relationships between people and the land. The curriculum, leading to a Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) degree, emphasizes case study projects at scales varying from the garden to the region.  Courses include frequent review, discussion, field trips, and seminar sessions. In addition, the John T. Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies, located on the Cal Poly Pomona campus, is a tremendous resource for students. 

We invite you to learn more about our program, the faculty, and the capstone of our curriculum, the award-winning 606 Studio and thesis option .  For more information about our program or the application process, please contact the Graduate Program Coordinators at

Graduate Program Coordinator and Advisors:

Graduate Program Coordinators:

Gerald O. Talyor Email:

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