The Master of Regional Planning degree program prepares individuals to practice in planning and related fields both domestically and internationally, in settings from rural to urban, armed with the critical judgment, skills, and tools to make a positive difference in the world. Primary program concerns are climate resilience, social inequality, and enhancing the built environment. The program is PAB accredited.
The doctoral program in city and regional planning supports select individuals who develop cutting-edge research on a critical topic in city and regional planning or historic preservation planning. The program is self-driven and flexible, fostering a close relationship between students and faculty. Alumni take leading roles in academia, NGOs, and government agencies worldwide.