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At the University of Kansas, a number of strong programs which are highly regarded nationally provide exceptional support to the planning program. These include graduate programs in architecture, law, public administration, business, social welfare, and the social and environmental sciences -- e.g., geography, economics, political science, American studies, and civil engineering. In addition, Urban Planning participates in the formal joint degree programs with several of these departments.

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