Master of Science and Master of Arts in Regional Science

In the past four decades, Cornell has conferred more than 90 master's degrees in regional science, with well over half of the degrees awarded to students from outside the United States.

The master's degree program in regional science aims to prepare students for professional careers as educators, researchers, and policy analysts in regional science; or get students ready for Ph.D. programs in regional science or related fields such as public policy, economics, or planning. 

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