Department of City and
Regional Planning

People walking along a boardwalk next to shops and trees and murals.

MidTown Cleveland: Neighborhood Vision Plan; a student proposal for a trail and mixed-use district to replace underutilized land in MidTown from the Spring 2020 Urban Design Workshop led by Lecturer Mitch Glass.

The Department of City and Regional Planning (CRP) is home to leading programs in planning, regional science, historic preservation planning, and urban and regional studies.

Cornell University has been offering coursework in city and regional planning since 1935, and offering degrees in planning since the 1940s. Over the decades, distinguished alumni and faculty have played an extraordinary role in shaping communities worldwide. Today, CRP is a vibrant home to students and faculty from across the globe undertaking cutting-edge research and engaged practice aimed at advancing the discipline and changing the world. 

CRP offers an undergraduate degree in urban and regional studies, and both master's and doctoral degrees in regional planning, historic preservation planning, and regional science. With the multicollege Paul Rubacha Department of Real Estate, jointly led by AAP and the SC Johnson College of Business, CRP also offers dual master's degrees in regional planning and real estate through the Baker Program in Real Estate. Our students can take courses in CRP programs in Ithaca, New York City, and Rome; and pursue their research around the world. As a unit within a New York State land-grant institution, we are by nature deeply engaged with communities locally, regionally, and beyond.

Photo of the day

A group of people standing with red and black robes.

From left to right: Shriya Rangarajan (Ph.D. RS), Jared Enriquez (Ph.D. CRP '21), Seema Singh (Ph.D. CRP '21), Dylan Stevenson (Ph.D. CRP), Farhana (Sonia) Ahmad (Ph.D. CRP).

Student Takeovers

  • A large building on a city street with cars next to it.

    Madhumitha Vasu (M.R.P. '24)

  • A person hugging a large metal hand statue.

    Gianni Valenti (M.R.P. '23)

  • Buildings in close proximity to each other.

    Natane Deruytter (M.R.P. '22)

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