By virtue of dissertation and examination.
Also refer to G Regulations G.30 to G.40 and G.50 to G.54.
Candidates wishing to research a topic within the discipline of landscape architecture and who
(1) are in possession of a BL or equivalent degree of four years;
(2) are in possession of an Honours degree in Landscape Architecture BLHons or equivalent;
(3) are in possession of a three-year degree with Design as major component and successfully complete supplementary modules with the weighting equivalent of an honours degree as prescribed by the Head of Department;
(4) are deemed adequate by the Head of Department in consultation with the Dean and obtained (where necessary) the approval of Senate and complying with whatever additional requirements may be prescribed are admitted to the degree Master of Landscape Architecture by research.
Examinations and pass requirements
After a minimum of one year of registration the student submits a dissertation for examination and takes an oral examination of the dissertation in the related field of study.
The Master of Landscape Architecture degree is conferred on a student who has obtained a minimum of 50% for both the dissertation and oral examination.
G Regulation G.39.12 applies.
Pass with distinction
The Master of Landscape Architecture degree is conferred with distinction on a student obtaining a minimum of 75% in both the dissertation and the oral examination.