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Curriculum


The course of study for the master of city and regional planning (MCRP) program consists of a foundation in the tools, methods, and theory of planning. Core courses focus on exploring the techniques for understanding and analyzing the built and natural environment. Seminars and electives provide students the freedom to explore areas of concentration and specialized topics. Studios focus on the application of planning, preparing students with final products for their portfolio. The internship allows students to apply what they are learning in the classroom in the real world, and to bring what they are experiencing in their internship back into the classroom. The program focuses on exposing students to the social, political, design, environmental, and fiscal realities of planning in preparation for a career that will adapt over time and respond to the changing world. The MCRP degree requires 60 credit hours of course work and typically takes two years to complete. Students may also pursue the program at their own pace part-time.

See the PDFs below for details on the curriculum. 

Year 1

Autumn Semester

CRP 6000
Historical Foundations of Planning
CRP 6100
Participation and Advocacy in Planning
CRP 6400
Site Planning and Development
CRP 6191S
Professional Development
ELECTIVE
Open Elective

Spring Semester

CRP 6200
Graphic Visualization (or CRP 5001)
CRP 6300
Law and Planning I: Land Use
CRP 6500
Plan Making and Analysis Techniques
CRP 6191S
Professional Development
ELECTIVE
Open Elective

Year 2

Autumn Semester

CRP 5001
Introduction to GIS (or CRP 6200)
CRP 6600
Spatial Models and Project Evaluation
CRP STUDIO
Studio (or two electives)

Spring Semester

CRP STUDIO
Studio (or two electives)
ELECTIVE
Open Elective
ELECTIVE
Open Elective
ELECTIVE
Open Elective