The Department of City and Regional Planning offers a bachelor of science in urban and regional studies (B.S. URS) that encompasses an interdisciplinary, liberal arts course of study focused on the forces that shape the social, economic, and political character and physical form of urban/suburban areas and their surrounding regions.
CRP also offers an urban and regional studies (URS) minor for students not enrolled in the URS program.
An accelerated M.R.P. degree option is available to graduates of the URS program.
There are a variety of five-year dual degree options available to URS students in fields including landscape architecture, humanities, and natural and social sciences.