As a student in the Urban & Regional Planning program, you’ll join a community of mission-driven graduate students from across the Mid-Atlantic region, throughout the United States, and from around the world.
Our students represent a wide range of academic backgrounds, including urban studies, real estate, architecture, engineering, geography, economics, art history and other liberal arts. The diversity of our student body contributes to an enriching and engaging classroom experience, in which you’ll have the opportunity to learn with—and from—your peers.
Testimonials from current students and alumni.
The students are so lucky to be immersed in one of the most concentrated and globally connected professional communities in the world. They can read the books and study theory, then go meet an expert who is working to implement them at the cutting edge of professional practice.”
Dan Carol, Faculty
Master's in Urban & Regional Planning
You’ll study alongside highly-motivated classmates who share a passion for cities and for solving urban problems. The program supports student organizations that promote vibrant extra-curricular activities to form deep personal and professional relationships between students and program alumni. This network of students and alumni represents a powerful framework for professional development and career advancement.