Planning and Community Development

General

Program Title

Planning and Community Development

Degree Designation

GC

Award Type

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

Program Level

Graduate

Instruction Mode

Online and On Campus

Program Description

The Graduate Certificate in Planning and Community Development provides graduate students and professionals in the field with a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary education in planning and community development that will further their career goals. The certificate assumes that planning and community development is a cross-disciplinary field of study that works to improve the economic, social, and environmental qualities of our communities. It focuses on the design and implementation of programs designed to make a community a better place to live and work. This Graduate Certificate would enhance work opportunities for graduate students and professionals given the applied and professional nature of the program.

Department/Unit(s)

College/School

School of Public Affairs

Status

Active

Requirements

Admission Requirements

Undergraduate GPA: 2.8
BA or BS in a related field.

Program Requirements (18 credits)

CMTY 522, CMTY 550 or CMTY 551, CMTY 554, CMTY 552, CMTY 564, CMTY 56

Degree Maps

Major Code

8217

Program Code

340842016