The Master’s thesis or an independent design project in the MLA program is the capstone of our graduate education. Topics include creative site design projects, innovative planning approaches, and research in history and theory. Below are this year’s work in tiles, and below that are all prevoius years’ titles. For student work that is maintained in the Rutgers Library system links are provided.
Pocket Parks: Designing a community hub for art, music, and play in Sunnyside, Queens View the presentation.
Walking Over Water View the presentation.
Reimagining the Landscape Bench View the presentation.
Roots:Climate Change and Korean Agriculture in the US View the presentation.
Carteret: A Story of Severance View the presentation.
Elevating Bergenline Avenue: Connecting rooftops to embrace Latin culture. View the presentation.
Public Land, Public Places View the presentation.
Along the Raritan: Connecting Rutgers Garden to the D&R Canal State Trail View the presentation.
Nature, Culture, and Infrastructure: Pylons in the Garden:
Urban and Suburban Hiking in New Jersey’s Gateway Region
Master’s theses may be found on the Rutgers Libraries Electronic Theses & Dissertations (RUetd)