Learn about the concentrations offered by the MCP program and their requirements
Community and Economic Development (CED)
Focuses on social and economic factors that foster employment, human capital and housing opportunities in urban neighborhoods
Sustainable Transportation and Infrastructure Planning
Explores the roles of transportation and other capital infrastructure systems in shaping urban and metropolitan development patterns in the US and around the world.
Land Use-Environmental Planning (LU-EP)
Focuses on managing metropolitan growth and conserving natural resources
Urban Design (UD)
Focuses on the design of diverse public places within cities and urban areas
Public Private Development
Focuses on the planning, design, entrepreneurial, and financing principles of developing for-profit and community-oriented real estate development projects.