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  • PennPlanning Ph.D. Community | PennDesign
    Most but not all who apply to the Program have already received a masters degree in city planning or an aligned field The Graduate Group faculty anticipate students completion of the degree within four to five years of full time study from the time of initial enrollment Eight to 12 PhD students candidates in City and Regional Planning are in residence at any given time Current Doctoral Students students who

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/city-regional-planning/phd/pennplanning-phd-community (2015-10-17)
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  • The City Planning Graduate Group | PennDesign
    select the chairs of their examining and thesis committees from the following list Stefan Al Associate Professor of Urban Design PennDesign stefanal design upenn edu Francesca Ammon Assistant Professor of City Regional Planning PennDesign fammon design upenn edu Euge nie L Birch Lawrence C Nussdorf Professor of Urban Research and Education PennDesign elbirch design upenn edu Charles Branas Professor of Epidemiology Perelman SOM Director of the Cartographic Modeling Labratory cbransas upenn edu Ram Cnaan Professor of Social Work School of Social Policy and Practice cnaan sp2 upenn edu Thomas L Daniels Professor of City and Regional Planning PennDesign thomasld design upenn edu Erick Guerra Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning Penn Design erickg design upenn edu David Gouverneur Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture PennDesign dgg design upenn edu Amy Hillier Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning PennDesign ahillier design upenn edu David Hsu Mark Alan Hughes Professor of Practice PennDesign mahughes upenn edu John Landis Crossways Professor of City and Regional Planning PennDesign jlan design upenn edu Janice F Madden Professor of Regional Science Sociology and Real Estate SAS Wharton madden ssc upenn edu Randall F Mason Associate Professor of City and Regional Planning PennDesign rfmason design upenn edu Laura Perna Professor of Education Education lperna gse upenn edu Lisa Mitchell Associate Professor of South Asia Studies SAS lmitch sas upenn edu Evan Rose Professor of Practice City and Regional Planning PennDesign evanrose design upenn edu Megan Ryerson Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning PennDesign mryerson design upenn edu Tony E Smith Professor of Systems Engineering and Regional Science Engineering tesmith ssc sas upenn edu Mark Stern Professor of Social Welfare and History stern sp2 upenn edu Thomas J Sugrue Professor of History and Sociology SAS tsugrue sas upenn edu Dana Tomlin Professor of Landscape Architecture and

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/city-regional-planning/phd/city-planning-graduate-group (2015-10-17)
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  • Admissions | PennDesign
    not required All applicants must submit Graduate Record Examination GRE scores so it is essential that you take the GREs in the fall of the year before matriculation All applicants for whom English is a second language must also submit TOEFL scores which must be higher than the minimum threshold of 615 for paper based or 254 for computerized TOEFL scores General admissions information is given in the catalog of the School of Design and all inquiries about the application process should be directed to the School s Director of Admissions The Graduate Group accepts students for matriculation only in the fall term there are no mid year admissions The objective of our Ph D Program is to train successful educators and academic researchers To meet this goal the faculty of the CPLN Graduate Group focuses on developing strong research and communication skills and endeavors to cultivate strong mentoring relationships with Ph D students Students from all disciplines are welcome to apply but preference will be given to those whose research interests match those of the Graduate Group faculty Though individual mentoring we seek to maximize learning and personal maturation as students move toward the completion of their course work and dissertation The Program is structured in a flexible manner to accommodate the diverse skill levels and research training needs of students who are admitted to the Program We expect students to complete their degree requirements within four to five years maximum ADMISSIONS ARE HIGHLY COMPETITIVE We accept about 5 of all applicants two of whom are given financial assistance tuition and a stipend The Department is committed to reviewing applicants from diverse backgrounds Current students are listed in the community section of the site Those with emails listed are interested in being contacted by potential doctoral candidates Please follow

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/city-regional-planning/phd/admissions (2015-10-17)
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  • Fine Arts Certificates | PennDesign
    Design and Research or in Time Based and Interactive Media An application and portfolio review are required for admission Each certificate program requires 5 course units to be completed within two years The curriculum enables students to engage in working with emerging technologies and incorporating new methods into their practice These certificate programs are available to School of Design students currently enrolled in advanced degree programs as well as stand

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/fine-arts-certificates (2015-10-17)
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  • The Curriculum | PennDesign
    Studio II and III Media II and III Workshop II III and IV all have pre requisites Students must have successfully completed Studio I Media I and Workshop I prior to moving through the additional courses in those sequences Each core course is a pre requisite of the one that numerically follows it The Department of Landscape Architecture will drop a student from a core Studio Media or Workshop course if the student has not successfully completed the course in the previous semester or resolved an Incomplete grade prior to the start of the subsequent semester unless special circumstances prevail Students in the two year MLA program must successfully complete or resolve Incomplete grades in Studio III and Workshop III prior to taking Studio IV and Workshop IV The Department will drop a student from a course if they have not met the pre requisite prior to the start of the subsequent semester unless special circumstances prevail Design Sequence At Penn design is the primary focus of our teaching and research By design we mean four things material practice the physical making of things places environments the experiential aspects of things made including drawings and models synthetic practice the inter relating of things ideas places in newly synthetic ways the development of an inclusive creativity inquiring practice the asking of questions exploring of ideas and speculating upon alternative sets of possibility and process based practice the recognition that landscapes are formed and evolved by processes in time and that creativity too is dependent upon the processes one works through to develop a project These studies of design occur in the studio where hypothetical scenarios surrounding the development of real sites and programs are used to make projects Such projects vary from the design of pathways and platforms in forests and

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/landscape-architecture/curriculum (2015-10-17)
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  • MLA Professional Degrees | PennDesign
    YEAR 1 Fall Studio I 2 Workshop I Ecology 1 Theory I The Culture of Nature 1 Media I Drawing and Visualization 1 Spring Studio II 2 Workshop II Landform and Planting Design 1 Theory II History of Ideas and Forms in Landscape Architecture 1 Media II Digital Visualization 1 YEAR 2 Fall Studio III 2 Workshop III Site Engineering and Water Management 1 Urban Ecology 1 Media III Flows Linear Non Linear 1 Spring Studio IV 2 Contemporary Urbanism 1 Media IV Futures Trends and Trajectories 1 Elective 1 YEAR 3 Fall Studio V 2 Workshop IV Advanced Landscape Construction 1 Elective 1 Spring Studio VI 2 Elective 1 Elective 1 Total Course Units 28 MLA Second Professional Degree Total Course Units 19 YEAR 1 Fall Studio III 2 Workshop II Planting Design Sessions Audit Workshop III Site Engineering and Water Management 1 Urban Ecology 1 Media III Flows Linear Non Linear 1 Spring Studio IV 2 Contemporary Urbanism 1 Theory II History of Ideas and Forms in Landscape Architecture 1 Media IV Futures Trends and Trajectories 1 YEAR 2 Fall Studio V 2 Workshop IV Advanced Landscape Construction 1 Theory I The Culture of Nature 1 Elective 1

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/landscape-architecture/mla-professional-degrees (2015-10-17)
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  • Undergraduate Minor | PennDesign
    in several departments at the University facilitating the opportunities to make interdisciplinary connections between landscape and other areas of study for example history of art English literature environmental studies geology etc The required courses for the Minor in Landscape Studies have been continuously taught by faculty in the Architecture and Landscape Architecture departments at the School of Design for the last 10 years The distributional electives are courses already being offered by several departments including English Art History Earth and Environmental Science and Germanic Studies The minor would be open to all undergraduate majors offering either a studio or a liberal arts concentration A Freshman Seminar LARP 111 301 taught by Professor John Dixon Hunt of the Landscape Architecture faculty will introduce the larger undergraduate community to the culture of landscape Academic Advising The director for the Minor in Landscape Architecture is Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto Assistant Professor of the Department of Landscape Architecture at the School of Design and will be the academic advisor for students in the Minor in Landscape Studies Email rgiannet design upenn edu Program of Study Course requirement 6 Course Units Students would need to begin their minor in their sophomore or junior year The program of study would be Required Courses LARP 535 Theory I Case Studies in Landscape Architecture 1 LARP 540 Theory II Topics in Landscape Architecture 1 ARCH 411 Contemporary Landscape Architecture 1 LARP 533 Media I Landscape Drawing or 1 ENVS 541 Geographic Information Systems Distributional Electives Elective in Arts and Humanities 1 Elective in Earth and Environmental Sciences 1 Total Course Units 6 For students enrolled in the Major in Architecture the program of study would be Required Courses LARP 535 Theory I Case Studies in Landscape Architecture 1 ARCH 401 Studio 2 ARCH 411 Contemporary Landscape Architecture 1 Distributional

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/landscape-architecture/undergraduate-minor (2015-10-17)
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  • Dual Degrees and Certificates | PennDesign
    with an MArch MCP MFA or MS in HSPV View All Dual Degrees Certificate in Landscape Studies In response to the increased and broad interest in landscape topics the Department of Landscape Architecture offers a 5 course unit Certificate in Landscape Studies This is targeted toward students enrolled in other programs in both the School of Design and the University more broadly as well as to mid career professionals and

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/landscape-architecture/dual-degrees-and-certificates (2015-10-17)
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