• I was able to take and pass the first 2 lare sections based on my completion of an AA in landscape architecture in my state. For me it was the gateway to be accepted into an MLA program (because my previous gpa from my bachelor’s degree was too low), gain experience and qualify to take sections 3 and 4. I’m sitting for section 4 in 10 days, then…[Read more]

  • After posting links from various landarch, sustainable design and disc golf forums/blogs to my thesis, the positive response (mostly the disc golf community) prompted me to self publish and apply to present at the 2014 Denver ASLA Conference (awaiting decision).
    I’ll be removing the thesis from (where it was linked to from this…[Read more]

  • I’m glad you took the extra steps with your digits to view my thesis. I have been considering condensing my findings down to about 5 pages to first publish in a cool Sport & Society Journal and then also to target the general public. As you might guess I’ve spent a lot of time with this material and sort of dread picking through it again to…[Read more]

  • I couldn’t get into an accredited program with my low GPA from undergrad: 2.81, so I had to prove myself through recent achievements. I should only need 1 year of experience in Nevada with my 5 years qualified education credits by the time I finish my MLA, of which I already am halfway done with. Actually I got a lot out of the AA program. Check…[Read more]

  • The AA program you gave the link to leans more towards “landscape design” skills. I graduated from an AA program in Reno directed by an ASLA fellow, with a FAIA and other practicing LA’s as instructors. The program takes 3 years from scratch but I finished in 2 because I already had my BA.  I’m now in an accredited 3-year MLA program and feel a…[Read more]

  • Hi. Just joined the discussion and the section D seminar.
    (1) How do I check out the 1st part of section D that I missed 6 hours ago?
    (2) I’ve passed sections A and B.  B on the first try and A on the second.  I was able to take them because I received an AA in Landscape Architecture from Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, NV in ’09.  …[Read more]

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