Urban & Regional Planning

Students in this major develop plans for the use of land and the growth and revitalization of communities and regions. Urban and regional planning explores the social, economic, cultural, and natural forces that govern how communities are shaped. The Urban and Regional Planning program equips students for entry-level positions in planning allied fields and prepares them for graduate studies in fields such as Urban Planning and Land Development. The core curriculum is designed to equip students with knowledge and skills to deal effectively with the opportunities and challenges inherent in the development, growth and culture of neighborhoods, cities, and regions, and is based on theoretical training in the natural, physical, and social sciences. Students acquire skills that enable them to apply these theories to develop communities, cities, and regions which are safe, healthy, and sustainable.

What do you want to do with Urban & Regional Planning?

Career ideas for Urban & Regional Planning majors

City/County Planner, Community/Economic Development Specialists, Emergency Management Specialists, Transportation Planner, Urban Planning Specialists, and more

Remember: Your major does not equal your career! For more ideas about how to put your education to work, talk with your specific Career Advisor.

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