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Urban Planning Schedule of Requirements

Table 1 provides a summary of degree requirements for the thesis and comprehensive examination options. Table 2 illustrates a typical program of study. A listing of all courses offered by the Urban Planning Program, with descriptions of content, may be found under the Course Descriptions heading.

 

TABLE 1

Summary of Degree Requirements by Curricula Options
 

Degree Requirements

 

Thesis

           

Exam

Required Core Courses  
21
 
21

Specialization Courses

 

  9

 

12

Electives

 

12

 

15

Thesis

 

  6

 

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Total Credit Hours Required

 

48

 

48

TABLE 2

Typical Program of Study for Student entering in the Fall semester

FIRST SEMESTER (Fall)

UBPL 741

Quantitative Methods I

3

UBPL 815

History and Theory of the Planning Process

3

 

Elective or specialization courses

6

 

TOTAL

12

     

SECOND SEMESTER (Spring)

UBPL 705

Economic Analysis for Planners

3

UBPL 742

Quantitative Methods II

3

UBPL 736

Planning Institutions

3

 

Elective or specialization course

3

 

TOTAL

12

     

THIRD SEMESTER (Fall)

UBPL 850

Urban and Regional Theory

3

UBPL 763 Professional Practice
3
 

Elective or specialization courses

6

 

TOTAL

12

     

FOURTH SEMESTER (Spring)

 

Implementation Seminar in Area of Specialization

3

 

Elective or specialization courses

9

 

TOTAL

12

     
 

GRAND TOTAL

48


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