Undergraduate and Graduate Programs
Since the program’s introduction in 1928, UGA’s Landscape Architecture programs have become among the most esteemed programs in the nation, often being ranked within the top 5 programs nationwide at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Held in high regard by the state of Georgia and the National Trust since 1973, the Master of Historic Preservation program not only offers a world-class education in historic preservation, but remains one of just two programs in the United States to offer a joint Juris Doctorate program. For interested undergraduates, the CED offers a Historic Preservation minor.
The Master of Urban Planning and Design program is accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board and focuses on the physical planning and design of the built environment. Planning studios, around which the program is structured, foster an energetic, collaborative, and creative environment enhanced by innovative teaching. The MUPD also offers a joint Juris Doctorate program.
The CED offers an advanced doctoral degree which prepares students to propose and conduct research to support the design, planning, and management of the natural, cultural, and built environment though the integration of research methods and theories, innovative technologies, design and problem solving and research-driven solutions.
Established in 1983, the EECP is the first of its kind, and is available to undergraduate and graduate students, often complementing related degrees. The program of study covers a wealth of disciplines such as botany, biology, forestry, ecology, soil science and marine science, as well as landscape architecture, business, sociology, law, journalism, the arts and other non-science areas and private industry.
In addition to Environmental Ethics, CED and other UGA departments offer several other Certificate Programs which may be earned in conjunction with one’s degree. See the entire list here.