The Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at Utah State University is seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic candidates for its Doctor of Landscape Architecture degree program.
The interdisciplinary Doctor of Landscape Architecture prepares leaders and future university faculty members in landscape architecture by engaging in creative intellectual work that contributes to the theory and practice of landscape architecture. For highly qualified applicants accepted for full-time study, tuition waivers and paid research/teaching assistantships are available for the entirety of the program of study. Accepted candidates are expected to conduct research applying critical theories and methods in landscape architecture to address the dynamic issues and scales of natural and built landscapes in the context of human systems.
If you are interested in pursuing an outstanding doctoral degree program focused on preparing future environmental planning and design educators in the stunning natural settings of the Intermountain West, applications are currently being accepted. Priority review ends March 15, 2018.
For additional information please contact Dr. Keith Christensen at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit laep.usu.edu. To apply please visit rgs.usu.edu/graduateschool/apply/. To learn more about Utah State University see www.usu.edu. For information about the area, see www.usu.edu/location and http://www.loganutah.org/.
Keith Christensen, PhD
Graduate Program Director
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
Utah State University