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  • Planning Tracks — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Programs Undergraduate Minor Course Listing Fall 2015 Courses PDF Spring 2015 Courses PDF GIS Library Resources Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Send this page to someone Fill in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/academics/masters/tracks/planningtracks/sendto_form (2015-06-03)
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  • Law & Planning — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    and Regional Planning students may pursue the J D and M C R P degrees together Taken concurrently the two degrees may be obtained in four years rather than the five years ordinarily required The program seeks to develop professionals capable of dealing with both the legal and planning aspects of urban and regional development and policy Course work is designed to prepare students for a variety of professional roles in which a knowledge of planning methodology and process coupled with the analytical skills and professional expertise of the lawyer are essential Graduates join private law firms consulting firms and public legal and planning staffs To enter this program students must apply separately to the School of Law and the Department of City and Regional Planning and must be accepted independently by both Students entering the program spend their entire first year in either the Planning Department or the Law School and the student must make this choice at the time of admission The second year is normally spent full time in the program not selected in the first year After the first two years the student has additional credits to complete in the Law School The student must take

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/academics/masters/dualdegrees/lawpaln (2015-06-03)
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  • Public Administration & Planning — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    government administration and politics City and county managers grapple with planning and development issues which constitute a large portion of local government agendas This dual degree program prepares professionals who want the flexibility of moving between planning and management positions in government The department and the Public Administration program in the School of Government collaborate to enable students to receive both the M C R P and the M P A degrees in three years plus a summer professional field experience in public administration The intent of the combined program is to ensure that students have two complete and complementary but distinct areas of training The M P A requirements ensure adequate training in public management The M C R P requirements ensure adequate training in core planning knowledge and skills and in an area of planning specialization Students must obtain admission to both the M P A and M C R P programs independently Students must take 33 semester credits in planning and complete the Master s Project to fulfill the planning degree requirements Students are advised to gain approval from faculty advisors for their specific program of courses during the first semester of residence to assure that they

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/academics/masters/dualdegrees/publicadmisnnplan (2015-06-03)
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  • Public Health and Planning — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    and Planning Landscape Architecture Planning Environmental Sciences Planning Other Programs Undergraduate Minor Course Listing Fall 2015 Courses PDF Spring 2015 Courses PDF GIS Library Resources Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Public Health and Planning Public Health and Planning Public Health and Planning The intellectual professional and historical connections between public health and city planning have assumed new urgency in the twenty first century as the challenges of

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/academics/masters/dualdegrees/publichealthplan (2015-06-03)
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  • Landscape Architecture & Planning — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Landscape Architecture Planning The dual degree program in landscape architecture and planning strengthens the design dimension of the planning curriculum and creates a venue for working closely with the College of Design at North Carolina State University The Department of Landscape Architecture offers two graduate program tracks leading to the MLA which emphasize creative problem solving and a long term commitment to responsible design The curriculum provides the professional skills needed to deal with the human and natural forces that shape the land The department is especially concerned with urban design and the protection restoration enhancement and regeneration of the natural and cultural environments of urban and rural areas To enter this program students apply to each department separately and must gain admission to both The amount of time required for the MLA will depend on whether the student is pursuing the First Professional Degree track 82 credits or Advanced Studies track 42 credits Usually students will be able to reduce the time needed to attain both the MCRP and the MLA by about one year by taking coursework in each department that counts towards the other department s degree program To request an admission packet for the Department of

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/academics/masters/dualdegrees/landartplan (2015-06-03)
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  • Environmental Sciences & Planning — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Listing Fall 2015 Courses PDF Spring 2015 Courses PDF GIS Library Resources Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Environmental Sciences Planning The Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering in the Gillings School of Global Public Health has partnered with the Department of City and Regional Planning to offer a three year dual degree program This program leads to an M S in Environmental Sciences and Engineering and an M C R P Graduates from this program will be well equipped to understand and work with both the policy planning and the scientific aspects of human development its effects on the environment and resulting environmental impacts on human health and urban livability More information about the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering ESE is available from the ESE hompage To enter this program students must apply separately to both the Department of City and Regional Planning and the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering and must be accepted independently by both Students entering the program spend their entire first year in either the Planning Department or ESE The second year is spent full time in the other program In the third year students take courses in both environmental sciences

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/academics/masters/dualdegrees/enviroscienplan (2015-06-03)
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  • Law & Planning — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    City and Regional Planning students may pursue the J D and M C R P degrees together Taken concurrently the two degrees may be obtained in four years rather than the five years ordinarily required The program seeks to develop professionals capable of dealing with both the legal and planning aspects of urban and regional development and policy Course work is designed to prepare students for a variety of professional roles in which a knowledge of planning methodology and process coupled with the analytical skills and professional expertise of the lawyer are essential Graduates join private law firms consulting firms and public legal and planning staffs To enter this program students must apply separately to the School of Law and the Department of City and Regional Planning and must be accepted independently by both Students entering the program spend their entire first year in either the Planning Department or the Law School and the student must make this choice at the time of admission The second year is normally spent full time in the program not selected in the first year After the first two years the student has additional credits to complete in the Law School The student must

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/academics/masters/dualdegrees/lawplanning (2015-06-03)
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  • Business & Planning — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    the M B A and M C R P degrees usually in three years The program builds management and planning skills that enable graduates to pursue rewarding flexible and socially useful careers in the private non profit or public sectors Graduates work in real estate and economic development consulting financial institutions and entrepreneurial firms Increasingly applicants to the business and planning program want to pursue career paths that combine planning and management and seek the flexibility to move between jobs in the public and private sectors To enter this program students must apply separately to both the Department of City and Regional Planning and the Kenan Flagler Business School and must be accepted independently by both Students entering the program spend their entire first year in either the Planning Department or the Business School The second year is spent full time in the other program In the third year students take courses in both business and planning Sufficient electives can be taken in planning and business so that a curriculum can be tailored to each student s career objectives Admission to the Business School is based on demonstrated potential for responsible leadership the quality of the student s academic transcripts

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/academics/masters/dualdegrees/businessplanning (2015-06-03)
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