MS in Community and Regional Planning Curriculum (45 credits)

CORE(21 Credits)

  • CRP 5524 Spatial Analysis Tech/GIS (3)
  • CRP 8013 Planning History & Theory (3)
  • CRP 8014 Planning Politics & Administration (3)
  • CRP 8016 Planning Law (3)
  • CRP 8213 Environmental Planning (3)
  • CRP 8413 Planning Communications (3)
  • CRP 8513 Planning Analysis (3)

CAPSTONE

  • CRP 9889 Planning Studio (6)

ELECTIVES

  • CRP Graduate Courses (18 credits)

WORK EXPERIENCE

  • All students must complete 180 hours of professional planning work or supervised internship.

CONCENTRATIONS(OPTIONAL)

Sustainable Community Planning(12)Required
  • CRP 5256 Sustainable Community Design and Development (3)
  • CRP 8276 Regional Development (3)

Select two of the following:

  • CRP 8155 Ecological Planning and Development (3)
  • CRP 8156 Neighborhoods, Cities, and Regions (3)
  • CRP 8255 Sustainability in Suburban Communities (3)
  • CRP 8257 Environmental Policy (3)
  • CRP 8266 Sustainable Business Practices (3)
  • CRP 8355 Environmental Infrastructure and Management (3)
  • CRP 8476 Collaborative Planning (3)
  • CRP 8755 Introduction to Emergency Management (3)
  • One other graduate course in consultation with advisor (3)
  • Additional selections may be added.

Transportation Planning(12)Required:

  • CRP 8655 Transportation Planning (3)

Select three of the following:

  • CRP 8276 Regional Development (3)
  • CRP 8656 Integrated Transportation and Land Use Planning (3)
  • CRP 8657 Non-motorized Transportation Planning (3)
  • CRP 8666 Travel Demand Modeling (3)
  • One other graduate course in consultation with advisor (3)
  • Additional selections may be added.