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Iowa State University

College of Design


The Iowa State University Community and Regional Planning Program offers the Master of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP) degree with areas of concentration in land use and transportation, community design and development, and rural and environmental planning. Students may design their own area of concentration with the assistance of their major professor.




Arizona State University

School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning


The Arizona State University School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning offers students a rich, broad exposure to the wide range of theoretical domains and methods that characterize current research in geography and planning.


The school also offers three professional degrees, the MUEP, the MAS in Geographic Information Systems, and the concurrent MUEP and MS/MA in Sustainability.




University at Albany, SUNY

Department of Geography & Planning


Teaching and research in the department emphasize urban, social, physical, and cultural geography; city and regional planning; urban design; remote sensing; cartography and geographic information systems; environmental studies; climatology; computer and statistical models; area (regional) studies; urban and regional planning methods; economic development; small town and rural land-use planning. Members of the faculty have strong international links with China, Russia, Australia, and various countries in Africa, Latin America and Western Europe.




Columbia University

Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Program in Planning


The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University combines pioneering disciplinary experimentation with an uncompromising engagement with the world and the urgent questions of our time. Located in the heart of the Columbia Morningside campus in one of the most vibrant global cities in the world, the GSAPP is committed to imagining a future where architecture and cities are reinvented and recast in a more symbiotic relationship with the environment.




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