Shape your career with a degree in urban and regional planning. Urban planners serve the community through the development, management and revitalization of an area’s environment. At the UCF School of Public Administration, we offer undergraduate and graduate programs in urban and regional planning. Graduates of these programs currently serve communities in Central Florida, Tennessee and Texas, as well as organizations like Lockheed Martin, Teach for America and Metro Plan Orlando.
- Minor in Urban and Regional Planning – Students who are interested in exploring urban planning may choose to pursue the minor, which covers the fundamentals of the field.
- Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning – Our 48-credit-hour M.S.URP emphasizes sustainability and socially responsible planning. Students can focus on areas such as environmental planning, healthy communities planning or transportation planning.
- Graduate Certificate in Urban and Regional Planning – The 18-credit-hour graduate certificate is more broad, providing students with enhanced knowledge, skills and career development in urban and regional planning.