The Conway School and the University of Georgia are set to sign agreements that will allow Conway graduates advanced standing in two of Georgia’s graduate programs.
“This is great news for Conway alums who are looking for additional graduate-level study in related fields,” said Conway Director Paul Cawood Hellmund. This is similar to the agreement we have had with the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, since 2003.
The agreements are for the Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) and the Master of Environmental Planning and Design Programs at the University of Georgia. Time at Conway will count as up to a year’s worth of courses in the MLA program.
For more information, contact Mollie Babize.