Students in the M.L.A. program have the option of completing a thesis or terminal project for fulfillment of their degree requirements. While the majority of students pursue a terminal project within our 606 studio, the Department has produced a number of theses since 1974. This page provides a chronological listing of completed theses, along with links to abstracts for most. All theses are available in the University Library.
Murguia, Raymundo. An Observational Study of Immigrant Laborers in the Landscape Maintenance Industry.
Frieden, Milena. Recognizing Mutual Self-Interests in the Galapagos Islands.
Menze, Jeanna. Implementing Multi-Objective Greenways: The Fate of Competing Objectives in the Cross Florida Greenway.
Fairleigh, Megan. Innovative Stress Treatment Strategy: investigating the role of gardening in coping with the stress of the military lifestyle.
McIntosh, Montgomery. EVAS: A Decision Support System for Planning and Design.
Sato, Takayuki. Emotional Responses to Flowering Landscapes.
Hickman, Julie Dee. Hazardous Waste in Landfills: EPA Policy Reviewed from a Landscape Architect's Perspective.
Panattoni, Pamela Ann. Communicating the Value of Landscape Architecture.
Tidwell, Janice. M. Unnatural Nature: Eight Artists Look at Southern California.
Van Atta, Pamela Lynn. Landscape Water Conservation: Toward a Community Education Strategy for the Helix Water District.
Kudija, Christine Marie. Ecosystematic Stormwater and Flood Management Practices for Southern California.
Oliver, Bruce Alan. Renewable Energy Systems: An Integrated Approach to Environmental Design.
Weikel, Neil S. A Study of Basic Design Courses in Landscape Architecture Education.
Dakan, Kirk Spencer. The Value of Complexity in Environmental Design.
Murayama, Ruth Ellen. Reclamation Techniques for Western Surface Coal Mining.
Snowden, William R. Planning for Wildlife in Urban Areas.
Gross, Susan Jane. The Gardens of Edward Huntsman-Trout.
Oliver, Orville Edwin. Shopping Centers: Behavioral Archetypes and Design Synthesis.
Waldron, William W.. Providing Landscape Architect Design Services for the Average Homeowner.
Dimock, Mark William. Comparative River Basin Planning: A Historiographical Method for the Analysis of Regional Planning in America and China.