Bachelor of Science in City and Regional Planning

Students in a city and regional planning class

The Bachelor of Science in City and Regional Planning is a four-year professional degree. The degree qualifies graduates to sit for certification by the American Institute of Certified Planners after four years of work as a planner following the completion of their degree. The goal of the program is to help students develop professional competency in the art and science of planning, design, plan implementation, communication, history/theory and professional practice. Graduates of the program are able to creatively combine planning principles, social and environmental consciousness, and communication to address people’s relationship to their community. The program emphasizes practical application of both traditional and evolving knowledge and skills as the foundation for professional competence and individualized enrichment.

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Jessica Baer-Graves
Student Services Manager