SPONSORED: The University of Central Florida is looking for its next cohort of urban and regional planning students to join their ranks. Learn how to serve and shape your community through development, management and environmental revitalization by earning a Masters Degree at one of Florida’s best-rated colleges.

Students of the Urban and Regional Planning graduate program (Website) can focus their studies on environmental planning, planning for healthy communities, or transportation planning.

Coursework includes; Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Urban Design, Land Use and Planning Law, Managing Community and Economic Development, Planning Heathy Communities, Transportation Policy and much more! For complete program requirements, see the UCF Graduate Catalog, HERE.

Students pursuing the Masters Degree can enroll as full-time or part-time candidates, , making it an ideal program for working students. Financial assistance and scholarships are also available.

The competitive M.S. URP Boardman Fellowship provides financial support to new graduate students pursuing careers in environmental management and urban and regional planning of up to $18,000, to be used for tuition, fees, and a stipend. Fellows work as graduate research assistants under the supervision of the School of Public Administration faculty.

A graduate certificate is also offered. This provides students with the tools and knowledge they need to be successful in their urban and regional planning careers.

Graduates of the program go on to have jobs as City Planners, Urban Designers, Neighborhood Planners, Environmental Program Managers, Economic Development Specialists, Community Planning Directors, Development Specialists, and more.

Email Nasrin Lakhani, MSURP Academic Services Coordinator, at [email protected] for more information.


Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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