Graduate Minor in City and Regional Planning
The City and Regional Planning section offers both a graduate and an undergraduate minor. These minors are ideal supplements to studies in geography, landscape architecture, civil engineering, or other related disciplines.
Students are required to complete 12 credit hours in city and regional planning to fulfill the minor requirement.
Students will be required to complete one of the three core courses. The remainder of the courses will be electives.
No grade below a B will be permitted in courses making up the minor. The minimum overall GPA of the minor must be a 3.0 or higher.
Approval of Minor
In order to pursue the graduate minor in city and regional planning, students must obtain permission from the program. For details, see the link titled “Graduate Minor Forms" below.
choose one for 3 credit hours
- CRPLAN 6000
Historical Foundations of Planning, 3
- CRPLAN 6500
Plan Making and Analysis Techniques, 3
9 credit hours
The remaining credit hours are to be chosen from any city and regional planning courses at the 5000-level or above.
Some of these courses have prerequisites. Students would need to consider whether they meet the prerequisites before selecting the electives that are most appropriate for their interests.