Landscape Architecture and
Regional & Community Planning
Master of Regional & Community Planning Curriculum
The regional & community planning program offers two tracks to the accredited Master of Regional & Community Planning degree: a combined bachelor and master’s degree (non-baccalaureate) and a master’s degree (post-baccalaureate).
The non-baccalaureate degree is an eleven semester (5 year) track that begins in the freshman year for undergraduate students. Students who successfully complete the degree will graduate with a masters degree.