Hi everyone I'm entering my last year as an undergraduate in geography and planning at the University of Toledo. What I really want to do is design cities and create a better built environment. My dilema is choosing between Landscape architecture and Urban Planning with design emphasis. I've read previous posts on their differences and what careers each one leads to. I'm interested in the overall design of cities and not just single site plans so it seems UP would be the best route. However, I don't believe it would hurt to get a dual degree with LA. Has anyone gotten a dual degree or know if this kind of program is better than taking a more specialized approach with a single masters? Right now I'm looking at CU Denvers programs because they seem to fit me the best. Any feedback on that school either?