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College of Architecture, Planning and Design

Landscape Architecture and 
Regional & Community Planning

Master of Science Degree in Community Development

This MS degree program in Community Development is a 36 credit hour program which is an Online Collaborative Inter-Institutional Degree program offered in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning through the Graduate School at Kansas State in cooperation with the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance. Participating universities include Kansas State University, Iowa State University, North Dakota State University, University of Nebraska, and South Dakota State University. 

The format of the program delivery focuses on the distance learning environments using the internet for course delivery and contact with instructors. Students interested in obtaining this MS degree in Community Development may enroll in this collaborative program at any of the participating universities. While the program name and degree name may vary by university, the curriculum will be essentially the same, and courses offered in the program will be the collaborative result of a divergent faculty from within the participating universities.

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