WHICH DEGREE PROGRAM IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Undergraduate Degree Chart
|Environmental Policy and Planning
|This degree is designed to provide an interdisciplinary framework to view complex environmental problems and develop enduring solutions. Students will gain knowledge and skills needed to function as policymakers, planners and more.
|Dr. Ralph Hall
|Smart and Sustainable Cities
|This degree is designed to teach the dynamics of urban change across time, space, and place. It focuses on sustainable urban development, smart technology and urban analytics, ultimately to enable students to create solutions for the cities of the future.
|Dr. Ralph Hall
Graduate Degree Chart
|Master in Public Administration
|This degree is designed to prepare students to lead and manage in public service through classroom and applied learning in quantitative methods, management, and policy analysis.
|Master in Urban & Regional Planning
|This degree prepares students to be professional planners who can address the economic, environmental and social consequences of growth and change, and to be leaders who foster a more just and sustainable world.
|Dr. Ralph Buehler
|Master in Public & International Affairs
|This degree prepares professionals to reach next-level engagement with national and international actors and understand the impacts and evolving challenges of globalization. The regional politics of the Middle East, post-Soviet Eurasia, and Latin America are analyzed in particular.
|Dr. Ariel Ahram, email@example.com
|Ph.D. in Planning, Governance, & Globalization
This degree prepares the next generation of leaders and scholars with truly global perspectives on government, corporate and non-profit sectors.
Two concentration tracks: (1) Governance & Globalization (GG) (2) Urban & Environmental Design & Planning (UEDP)
|Ph.D. in Public Administration & Public Affairs
|This degree program equips students with the intellectual foundation and analytical skills to undertake research addressing cutting edge public administration and policy questions.
|Dr. Stephanie Smith