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  • Admissions — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Admissions 2015 Open House Process FAQ Financial Assistance Program Performance Academics Doctoral Ph D Guidelines PDF Masters Planning Specializations Planning Tracks Dual Degrees Other Programs Undergraduate Minor FAQ Course Listing Fall 2015 Courses PDF Spring 2015 Courses PDF GIS Library Resources Engagement Engagement Research Centers Urban Land Use Planning GIS Library Resources Carolina Planning Journal People Faculty Emeriti Faculty Students Planners Forum Class of 2015 Class of 2016 Doctoral Students

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  • Open House for admitted students — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    through coursework research and community service The agenda will feature faculty presentations on areas of specialization and research panels of current students and alumni social events and plenty of opportunities for informal discussions Please RSVP for the weekend and provide us with your travel plans and any special needs that you may have Your early response is greatly appreciated but we would like to know whether you are coming no later than March 21st To help defray the cost of your visit we can arrange accommodations for you with current students We will also provide transportation to and from the airport during peak times RSVP here Open House Schedule FRIDAY MARCH 27th 9 00 9 30am Registration Check In New East Lobby 9 30 10 30am Welcome Introductions Chapin Reading Room New East 211 10 45 12 00pm MCRP Overview Specialization Meetings Chapin Reading Room New East 211 12 00 12 45pm Campus Walking Tour New East Lobby 12 45 2 00pm Lunch Center for Urban Regional Planning Hickerson House map 2 00 3 30pm Diversity Ice Cream Social Faculty Meet and Greet New East 211 3 30 4 30pm Current Student Panel Chapin Reading Room New East 211 4

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  • The Admissions Process — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    on the basis of recommendations from the Department In addition the Doctoral program gives special consideration to applicants whose research interests and career goals are well matched to those of the faculty The Department has a strong commitment to increasing diversity and providing opportunities for disadvantaged persons to enter the planning profession We admit students from a variety of academic fields work experiences ethnic backgrounds and geographic locations Most successful applicants have planning related work experience What do I need to submit Application for Admission to the Graduate School Including a two page statement of purpose resume and three letters of reference Please upload a completed version of the Supplemental Questionnaire with your online Graduate School Application Supplemental Documents section No action can be taken on your application until both this Supplemental Questionnaire and the Application for Admissions to the Graduate School are complete Application fee of 85 Pay by credit card online or send check money order made payable to the University of North Carolina application will be processed upon receipt of payment One unofficial transcript from each university attended must be uploaded with the application Please do not mail transcripts as that will significantly delay the processing of your application If offered admission one paper official transcript for each university attended will be required at a later date Graduate Record Examination scores and TOEFL Scores if applicable Must be original and direct from Testing Service UNC s institutional code is 5816 Financial Certificate non resident aliens International applicants are encouraged to visit the UNC Graduate School website for more detailed information about TOEFL or IELTS tests and the financial certificate requirement Submit your Graduate School application via the online application for admission This user friendly online application is faster and easier than completing a paper application and ensures

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  • FAQ — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    test taken after August 2010 is 50 on both quantitative and verbal sections GRE scores that are within 5 years of admittance will be considered What are the minimum TOEFL scores Paper based minimum total score on the TOEFL exam is 550 with a minimum of 50 in each section Internet based 79 What major is needed to be accepted into the DCRP program The educational backgrounds of applicants cover a wide variety of academic fields work experiences ethnic backgrounds and geographic locations Among them are architecture biology business economics engineering biology geography geology history landscape architecture philosophy planning political science psychology public administration sociology and urban studies However future career goals in the field are considered no matter what your background is Can applicants visit the department during the year We recommend applicants attend our fall visitation which provides an opportunity to learn about the department and discuss professional interests with faculty enrolled students and other applicants We try to accommodate visits at other times during the semester To ensure a productive visit please allow two weeks advanced notice so we can arrange faculty student and staff schedules Send your visit request to Pamela Stokes pamela stokes unc edu Applicant Information When is the deadline for submitting an application for admission MCRP deadline Application deadline Fall 2015 February 10 2015 Financial Aid deadline Fall 2015 December 16 2014 Doctoral deadline Application deadline Fall 2015 December 16 2014 Financial Aid deadline Fall 2015 December 16 2014 When will we receive a decision concerning admission Applicants are notified of admission on a continuous basis between late January and early April When is the deadline to accept or decline an offer of admission with financial aid Applicants must accept or decline admission with financial aid by April 15th When is the deadline

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  • Program Performance — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Assistance Program Performance Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Program Performance Consistent with the Standard 7 D of the Planning Accreditation Board the program is providing the following information on program performance for the department s Masters of City and Regional Planning program Student achievement DCRP uses a combination of individual exit surveys and end of program group specialization meetings to evaluate student achievement Document Actions Send this

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  • Admissions — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Engagement Rodriguez Faculty and students at DCRP carry out an extensive body of research and engage in a variety of projects working with local communities and clients Ever wonder what projects you could be working on as a DCRP student We asked a couple of Daniel Rodriquez s students read more Financial Assistance Learn more about estimated fees and expenses financial assistance University aid and department awards read more Faculty Student Research and Engagement Faculty and students at DCRP carry out an extensive body of research and engage in a variety of projects working with local communities and clients Ever wonder what projects you could be working on as a DCRP student We asked a couple of Phil Berke s students read more Global Heels Reem Ghunaim Reem Ghunaim is studying city and regional planning specializing in economic development She will graduate in May 2014 with a master s degree in urban planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill read more 1 2 3 4 5 Navigation 2015 Open House Process FAQ Financial Assistance Program Performance Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Send this page to someone Fill in the email address of your friend

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  • Masters — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    planning spatial development and public policy The program is structured to provide 1 a core of planning theory urban theory and planning methods 2 in depth coverage of substantive knowledge methods techniques and institutions in an area of specialization 3 elective courses to broaden or deepen knowledge and skills in particular areas of interest and 4 application of knowledge and skills in a problem solving workshop and Master s Project In addition to the core curriculum taken during the first year in residence the department offers four specializations associated with professional planning practice in economic development housing community development land use and environmental planning and transportation planning Sustainable development is the overarching concept for these specializations Each emphasizes equity environmental quality economic viability and social participation and grapples with the interconnections among these dimensions of sustainability Please refer to our MCRP Program Guide and Degree Requirements for more detailed information Master s project Students must submit a final project of professional quality on a topic in their area of specialization This Master s project serves to demonstrate the student s capabilities in his her area and his her readiness for professional practice The Master s project is original work involving

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  • Doctoral Program — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    quantitative and mixed methods research training About 50 percent of the program s graduates become faculty members in research universities Others pursue careers in international agencies think tanks government or consulting Twenty percent work outside of the United States or are engaged in multinational projects Our Ph D graduates include department chairs deans officers of national academic and professional organizations and many well published scholars Visit our Doctoral Student page to learn more about our current students Course of study Each student develops an individualized program statement to reflect his or her specific area of interest and career aspirations Students and their program committees jointly determine the area of specialization and appropriate course work during the first semester in the program The Ph D degree requires a minimum of 30 credits of course work though additional credits may be required depending upon prior preparation The written comprehensive exams taken at the end of coursework require knowledge of planning theory research methods and a specific area of specialization Finally students must conceptualize carry out and defend a significant independent research project that contributes to knowledge in the field of city and regional planning For more details about program requirements please read the Ph D Program Guidelines Coursework In the first two years students take courses in advanced planning theory policy oriented research design and data analysis techniques The program draws on the intellectual resources of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill a leader in the social sciences Students often take courses in Departments of Anthropology Economics Political Science Public Health Sociology Environmental Sciences and Engineering and Public Policy Students may also take courses in any department at Duke University North Carolina State University or North Carolina Central University Doctoral students take three one credit Ph D seminars that train

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