Master of Architecture in Landscape Design is a two year postgraduate program, designed for aspirants interested in learning about the science and art concerned with creating places for people. The course focuses on the tools and methods used to plan the development of a land and designing the outdoor environment, especially designing parks or gardens to harmonize with buildings and roads.
1. The basic eligibility required for the pursuance of the course, is to have a bachelor’s degree, B. Arch., or any other equivalent qualification completed from a recognized university.
2. Eligible candidates are provided admission on the basis of their accomplishment in the qualifying exam and a relevant entrance test, such as, GATE, CEED, M. Arch. Entrance Exam, etc.