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This GUIDE was prepared as a public service by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP), a consortium of university based programs offering degrees and credentials in urban and regional planning. ACSP hopes to encourage a wide range of high school and undergraduate students to consider a rewarding and challenging career in planning. ACSP promotes education, research, service, and outreach in the United States and throughout the world by seeking to: recognize diverse needs and interests in planning; strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences, and community engagement; improve and enhance the accreditation process, and; extend planning beyond the classroom into the world of practice. If you are interested in a career in which you can help your community, influence the direction of growth and change, and build a better future, you should read this GUIDE.

OBJECTIVES
This GUIDE is designed to show you: how fulfilling a career in planning might be; the wide variety of jobs which urban and regional planners do; the kind of education and training you need to become a planner; the range of universities which offer planning education and training; and how you might choose a university planning program matched to your interests and needs.

IS PLANNING THE CAREER FOR ME?


Are you interested in positive social, economic, environmental, and physical change? Do you want to work with people from various backgrounds to develop a better community? Do you like to communicate with others about ideas, programs and plans? Are you challenged by complex problems and excited about being part of a cooperative process to devise solutions to those problems? Do you think about the future?About what could be rather than about what is? If you answered YES to any of these questions, you should seriously consider becoming a planner!

TABLE OF CONTENTS
WHAT DO PLANNERS DO?...................................................................................................................... -iPLANNING SPECIALIZATIONS............................................................................................................. -iiLAND USE PLANNING ............................................................................................................... -iiENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING ................................................................................................. -iiECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNING . .............................................................................. -iiTRANSPORTATION PLANNING ................................................................................................ -iiHOUSING, SOCIAL, AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING ................................ -iii-

OTHER IMPORTANT PLANNING JOBS .......................................................................................... -iiiWILL I GET A JOB? .................................................................................................................................... -iiiHOW CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PLANNING? ...............................................................-ivA PLANNERS EDUCATION ....................................................................................................................-viHOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST PLANNING PROGRAM ...........................................................-viiHOW TO USE THIS GUIDE ...................................................................................................................-viiiLISTINGS BY SCHOOL
ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY ...................................................................................................................... 1 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ...................................................................................................................... 3 AUBURN UNIVERSITY ................................................................................................................................... 7 BALL STATE UNIVERSITY .............................................................................................................................. 9 BOSTON UNIVERSITY .................................................................................................................................. 12 CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY, SAN LUIS OBISPO ................................................... 15 CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA ................................................................. 19 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDGE .................................................................................... 22 THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA ............................................................................................. 24 CLEMSON UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................... 26 CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................... 29 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................. 31 CORNELL UNIVERSITY................................................................................................................................ 35 EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY ..................................................................................................... 40 FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................ 42

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FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY..................................................................................................................... 44 FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY .............................................................................................................. 47 GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY .................................................................................................. 49 HARVARD UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................... 53 HUNTER COLLEGE OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK ............................................................ 56 INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA.............................................................................................. 59 IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY ........................................................................................................................... 61 KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY ..................................................................................................................... 64 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY .................................................................................... 66 McGILL UNIVERSITY .................................................................................................................................... 72 MIAMI UNIVERSITY ..................................................................................................................................... 74 MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY.................................................................................................................. 75 MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, MANKATO .......................................................................................... 78 MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY ................................................................................................................... 80 MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY .................................................................................................................... 81 THE NEW SCHOOL ...................................................................................................................................... 83 NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ............................................................................................ 85 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................. 88 NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY .......................................................................................................... 91 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY ........................................................................................................................... 94 PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY ................................................................................................................. 98 PRATT INSTITUTE ...................................................................................................................................... 102 RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY ........................................................................ 106 RYERSON UNIVERSITY .............................................................................................................................. 110 SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY ........................................................................................................................ 113 SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY .............................................................................................................. 115 SAN JOS STATE UNIVERSITY .................................................................................................................. 117 SAVANNAH STATE UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................. 120 STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY .................................................................................. 122 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY................................................................................................................................. 125 TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY ......................................................................................................................... 128 TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY.............................................................................................................. 132 TUFTS UNIVERSITY ................................................................................................................................... 135 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK ................................................. 138 UNIVERSITY OF AKRON ........................................................................................................................... 140 UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA ........................................................................................................................ 143 UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ...................................................................................................... 146 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY .............................................................................................. 149 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE ..................................................................................................... 153 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES ........................................................................................ 157 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI ................................................................................................................... 161 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER ................................................................................................... 165 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE ................................................................................................................... 170 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA......................................................................................................................... 173

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ........................................................................................................................... 176 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ............................................................................................................................ 180 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO ................................................................................................. 184 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN ........................................................................... 189 UNIVERSITY OF IOWA............................................................................................................................... 193 UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS .......................................................................................................................... 196 UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE ................................................................................................................ 198 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK ...................................................................................... 201 UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS ........................................................................................................................ 204 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN...................................................................................................................... 206 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA ................................................................................................................... 210 UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI- KANSAS CITY ............................................................................................. 213 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN.................................................................................................... 214 UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA ......................................................................................................................... 216 UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO ................................................................................................................ 218 UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS.............................................................................................................. 220 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ....................................................................................................... 223 UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA ................................................................................................................... 226 UNIVERSITY OF OREGON ......................................................................................................................... 228 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA ............................................................................................................. 230 UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND ............................................................................................................... 233 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA ...................................................................................................... 236 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA............................................................................................. 237 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE ....................................................................................................... 241 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, ARLINGTON ..................................................................................................... 243 UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO.......................................................................................................................... 247 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ........................................................................................... 249 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH .............................................................................................................................. 251 UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA ........................................................................................................................ 253 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON ............................................................................................................... 255 UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON................................................................................................. 259 UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE ............................................................................................ 262 VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY............................................................................................ 265 VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY ......................................................... 267 WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY .................................................................................................................... 271 WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY 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APPENDICES
APPENDIX A - FACULTY BY SPECIALIZATION ....................................................................................... A-1 APPENDIX B - ALPHABETICAL FACULTY LISTING WITH CONTACT INFORMATION....................... B-1

WHAT DO PLANNERS DO?


Planning is a systematic, creative way to influence the future of neighborhoods, cities, rural and metropolitan areas, and even the country and the world. Urban and regional planners use their professional skills to serve communities facing social, economic, environmental, and cultural challenges by helping community residents to: develop ways to preserve and enhance their quality-of-life; find methods to protect the natural and built environment; identify policies to promote equity and equality; structure programs to improve services to disadvantaged communities, and ; determine methods to deal effectively with growth and development of all kinds. Urban and regional planners do many types of jobs and are involved in almost any kind of government or private activity which seeks to affect the future or respond to community change. The majority of planners work in traditional planning areas such as land use, environmental protection, economic development, transportation, community design, housing, and social planning. However individual planners can still have a wide variety of responsibilities within these broadly defined specialities. Other planners work in less traditional areas, often with people from other disciplines, such as healthy communities or energy development or school planning. Some planners become generalists. They develop a level of expertise in several substantive areas. Others become specialists and define themselves as housing or transportation or environmental planners. Most planners share a common set of skills and values even though they may specialize in one or two substantive areas. Using their planning toolkit they: involve all affected parties in important planning decisions; help communities develop their own vision of the future, preparing plans responsive to shared community objectives; analyze qualitative and quantitative information to suggest possible solutions to complex problems; evaluate the cost-effectiveness of proposed projects and plans; and present recommendations to public officials

and citizen groups in a comprehensive and understandable way. Planners work in government, with non-profit agencies, and in private industry. Those in the public sector often work for city or county governments or regional planning agencies but there are also planning jobs at the State and Federal level. International organizations like the United Nations and the World Bank also hire planners. Planners with jobs in the private sector can work with utility companies, law firms, real estate developers, and planning consultants. Planners also work in the nonprofit sector and with non-governmental agencies like the United Way or community development organizations or advocacy groups for the elderly. In their jobs, some planners have responsibility for specific geographic areas such as individual neighborhoods in a city or region; within those areas they may provide assistance on a variety of substantive issues from land use to transportation. Other planners have substantive responsibilities such as housing or environmental planningand provide assistance in their specific specialization to many communities within a city or region. Some planners work on projects which will be undertaken within a year or two while others focus their efforts on projects many years in the future. Today, planners may move back and forth between jobs in the public, non-profit, and private sectors over the course of their career. They may also work for different levels of government at different times. They may change their specialities or their focus long after they leave school in response to on-the-job experiences, or the opportunity for new challenges. While you may think of planning as an urban activity, it actually occurs in communities of all sizes. Many planners work in small cities, in rural areas, and for Indian Nations. Others work in suburban neighborhoods at the periphery of large regions while still others have jobs in the dense core of major metropolitan areas. In the next few pages well describe the most common planning specialities.

PLANNING SPECIALIZATIONS
Land Use Planning
Most planners are involved in this, the most traditional kind of planning practice. At the same time, there are many different kinds of land use planning jobs. Some land use planners develop ways to encourage growth or development in certain communities or along appropriate corridors while others work to discourage growth in environmentally sensitive areas or where supporting services cannot be effectively provided. Some land use planners work on long-range comprehensive plans which are designed to coordinate all the important activities in which a community engageshousing, recreation, transportation, water and air quality, and so forth. Some land use planners help develop or administer local regulations which establish the kind of housing, industrial, and retail facilities which can be built in the city. Others develop ways to finance public services while still other land use planners evaluate the impact of proposed residential or commercial development and suggest ways for communities to respond. Many land use planners coordinate their activities with other kinds of planners in order to protect open space and agricultural land in the face of increasing demands for new homes and businesses.

Economic Development Planning


Economic development planners, in North America and internationally, work to improve a community or region by expanding and diversifying the economic activities which support the families living there. Many planners do so by helping develop plans to attract businesses which create new jobs and provide additional tax revenues; others work to keep businesses from leaving distressed areas. Economic development planners at the local level often work to promote the special features of their community, sometimes by encouraging tourism or additional recreational opportunities. Some planners develop projects which bring housing and commercial enterprises as well as jobs into disadvantaged neighborhoods. Some economic development planners help communities find ways to finance the cost of new development while others work to overcome regulatory and other barriers to new projects. Economic development planners often work in conjunction with land use, housing, social and community planners to address the needs of distressed communities or declining business districts.

Transportation Planning
Transportation planners help develop programs to meet the current transportation needs of families and businesses, locally and across a region; they also attempt to predict future travel patterns in order to identify the need for additional transportation services and facilities. Some transportation planners are very technically oriented and work with advanced computer technology; others deal with the social and economic aspects of travel. Some focus on one mode such as cycling or public transit while others attempt to plan for multiple modes. Transportation planners working for local governments often respond to traffic congestion; others develop ways to finance new facilities. Some transportation planers help develop programs which are designed to encourage people to drive less, or which provide home-to-work options for welfare recipients trying to find jobs, or which organize special transportation services for the elderly. Many transportation planners coordinate their activities with environmental, land use, and economic development planners.

Environmental Planning
Environmental planners work to enhance the physical environment and minimize the adverse impacts of development. Some environmental planners focus on scientific and technical questions while others develop policies and programs to encourage the public to protect natural resources. Some planners develop expertise in one aspect of resource management while others attempt to identify the environmental implications of a range of government polices or proposed land use changes. Some environmental planners focus on cleaning up polluted areas or resources while others focus on preventing contamination and the destruction of ecosystems. Many environmental planners work to integrate a concern about pollution and the conservation of non-renewable resources into the plans developed in other substantive areas like transportation or economic development.

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Housing, Social and Community Development Planning


Many planners practice in these overlapping areas. Housing planners help develop strategies to increase the supply of affordable housing and expand home ownership among low income or disadvantaged groups. These planners often try to create incentives and remove constraints on private home builders or work with public or non-profit organizations to build housing units for low income families or senior citizens. Many housing planners try to encourage mixed use developments offering services and jobs closer to where people live; others promote projects which provide housing opportunities for people from a mixture of income levels. Planners concerned with the social aspects of a community often combine their interest in housing with efforts to increase the overall quality of life in poor or minority neighborhoods. Many social and community planners work to improve multiple aspects of a targeted neighborhood, combining many substantive planning skills from economic development to urban design. For example, community and social planners may work to improve transit service in disadvantaged communities or develop job training programs for unemployed residents or provide better public health facilities in low income neighborhoods. These planners often work with land use and transportation planners.

WILL I GET A JOB? YES !!


Planners continue to be in high demand throughout North America. There are promising career opportunities in every planning specialization, although sometimes there is more need for one specialization than another. Most planning programs help you get a jump start on finding a job at graduation by involving you in real-world planning projects and by encouraging or requiring you to do a planning internship as part of your education. These activities show you how different kinds of planners actually do their jobs, as well as giving you the opportunity to interact with practicing planners who might offer you a job when you graduate. In fact, many planning internships turn into full-time jobs after graduation. Planning is a great career for women and people of color. Just under 40% of those hired as planners are women and there are few salary discrepancies between men and women entering public services. While only 7% of practicing planners identify themselves as members of minority groups, this number is growing. Many planning programs strongly encourage minority students of every type to obtain planning degrees because planning is a profession which values varying perspectives and different experiences. We have every expectation, as more minority planners graduate from the programs listed in this GUIDE, that the number of professional planners from disadvantaged and minority backgrounds will substantially increase. You can lay the groundwork for a successful job search long before you graduate. If you attend local and state or provincial meetings of the American Planning Association (APA) or the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) you will meet professional planners involved in a variety of projectsand learn about current and future job openings. Its a great idea to join APA or CIP as a student because you get all the benefits of membership at a very low student fee. As an APA member you will receive regular correspondence and newsletters from your APA Chapter and Section; newsletters often contain job announcements (so even before you are in the job market you can see the kinds of jobs that do come available, the requirements, and the salary). In addition, APA publishes JobMart which lists job vacancies across the US (and sometimes Canada); APA members can subscribe to JobMart and most Planning Programs have a subscription.

Other important planning jobs


In addition to the substantive areas described above, you can find planning jobs in: public health historic preservation coastal management mediation and negotiation criminal justice public finance public policy and management urban design elementary and secondary education labor force development human services law

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HOW CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PLANNING?


There are many ways to determine if a career in planning is right for you. If your university sponsors a career day, practicing planners may well attend. Seek them out and ask what they do and what their focus is. Attend a local meeting of the American Planning Association (APA) or Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP). Introduce yourself to some of the planners present and discuss their jobs and responsibilities; question the kind of issues they tackle. Ask if a planning job would allow you to achieve your personal goals. You can also read about a host of planning issues and how planners are addressing them in Planning, the magazine published by the American Planning Association (APA). Canadian students will find Plan Canada, the magazine published by the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP), to be equally useful. Both magazines feature the latest developments in planning. Your University or city library may have copies. On their website the APA has a section called Jobs and Careers which describes the profession, discusses the kind of issues planners might address, talks about planning education, and lists scholarships. Visit: www.planning.org The CIP has a series, Planners at Work, on their website which includes case studies illustrating the value of professional planning in Canadian cities: www.cip-icu.ca/English/home To more thoroughly research different kinds of planning jobs, and to explore in greater depth a variety of important planning topics, find the latest edition of The Practice of Local Government Planning, published by the International City Management Association (ICMA); many libraries will have a copy. It contains individual chapters by different authors; each explains what a certain type of planner does or explores a major planning issue. There are chapters on land use, environmental, transportation, economic development, and other planning specializations as well as those discussing other important planning concerns. You may also find it helpful to learn about the careers of a cross-section of practicing planners. In the next few pages you can read about the career paths, background, and education of six professional planners across the United States.

Paul C. Crawford, FAICP


Mr. Crawford received his bachelors degree in Community and Regional Planning from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo. He is currently the president of a private planning firm, Crawford Multari & Clark Associates, which has provided city and regional planning services to more than 100 cities and 18 counties in California. Through his career, Mr. Crawford has served as planning director of the San Luis Obispo County Council of Governments and as an adjunct professor of city and regional planning at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. He was elected to the California Planning Roundtable in 1993 and received the 1998 Award for Distinguished Leadership from the California Chapter of the American Planning Association. Mr. Crawford is a nationally recognized expert on zoning and is currently the Co-Chair of the Planners Task Force of the Congress for New Urbanism. He is coauthor of Codifying New Urbanism How to Reform Municipal Land Development Regulations, published by the American Planning Association. Mr. Crawford was inducted as a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners in 2001 in recognition of his many planning contributions.

Malik R. Goodwin
Mr. Goodwin has a BS in Architecture, a Masters in Architecture, and a Masters in Urban Planning, all from the University of Michigan. He is currently a project manager with the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation, a quasi-public agency whose mission is to attract and retain businesses in the City of Detroit. Mr. Goodwin is the general manager for the Lower Woodward Streetscape Improvement Project, a $21 million initiative to improve and enhance three main thoroughfares in the heart of downtown Detroit. He assists the City of Detroit in preparing grant applications and in developing short-term planning strategies for making capital investments in the downtown area. Mr. Goodwin also coordinates capital projects for the City with state and federal agencies. Prior to joining the Economic Growth Corporation, he was an urban designer with a private architectural firm. Mr. Goodwin was drawn to planning because his mother was a city planner. He felt that his interest in helping cities to develop strategies to optimize the use of their resources over time would be enhanced by a planning education. He believes that effective strategists and managers are in high demand among the kind of public agencies which serve as custodians of community resources.

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Angela Harper, FAICP


Ms. Harper received her Masters degree in Planning and Urban Design from the University of Virginia after her work for the Nashville/Davidson County Planning Department inspired her to continue her planning education. Since obtaining her degree she has worked with Henrico County, Virginia, in increasingly responsible positions. She has served as director of planning and deputy county manager and has helped the County achieve managed growth and a stable tax base. Ms. Harper was responsible for Henrico Countys first major thoroughfare plan and the Countys strategic plan. She also established the Countys Community Development Block Grant program. She has received awards from the National Association of Counties and the U.S. Department of Transportation for her planning accomplishments. In 1999 Ms. Harper was selected as Local Official of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders. She was inducted as a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners (FAICP) in May of 2001 in recognition of her contribution to planning and the body of her planning accomplishments. She has served on many accreditation site teams, evaluating planning programs for PAB accreditation, and loves being a cheerleader for planning.

enhance quality of life, and bring cohesiveness to a diversified society.

Tripp Muldrow, AICP


Mr. Muldrow has a BA in English and a Masters in City Planning from Clemson University. He is currently a partner in a private planning firm, Arnett Muldrow & Associates, based in Greenville, South Carolina. The firm helps small towns and cities rebuild their aging downtowns, reinvigorate their historic neighborhoods, and create economic development opportunities while preserving the special characteristics that make each city and town unique. Mr. Muldrow has coordinated commercial corridor business associations, developed and implemented historic preservation policies, and authored downtown development studies, tourism strategies, and economic development master plans. Mr. Muldrow is currently the president of the South Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association, a board member of Community Builders, a commissioner of the Greenville Housing Authority, and a member of the Board of Regents for Leadership Greenville. Mr. Muldrow was always fascinated by cities, particularly their downtowns, and how they worked. His career path was set once he learned about the breadth and scope of the planning field. He loves his job and finds the opportunities limitless; being a consultant means his work keeps changing which keeps everything exciting.

Emil R. Moncivais, AICP


Mr. Moncivais has a Bachelors degree in Architecture and a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning from Texas A & M University. He is currently the director of planning for the City of San Antonio, Texas; he previously served as the director of planning for the City of Fort Worth. Mr. Moncivias also served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Army and as a professor of urban geography at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth. In his current position Mr. Moncivias directs and oversees the City of San Antonios comprehensive planning, neighborhood planning, historic preservation, and GIS (geographic information system) efforts. Under his leadership the City of San Antonio has received nine major awards from the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association and the International City Management Association. He was drawn to a career in city planning by his experiences with the civil rights movement in the 1960s. He felt that the movement gave him a sense of joy and a vision for the future in which he could make a difference. He saw it was possible to make that goal operational by becoming a planner and helping to develop livable communities,

Terri Y. Montague
Ms. Montague has a Bachelors degree in Economics from the University of Chicago and a Masters Degree in City Planning and Real Estate Development from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is currently the president and chief operating officer of the Enterprise Foundation, which works with local and national partners to develop affordable housing for low income families and provides loans, grants, and technical assistance to nonprofit organizations that are building and revitalizing local neighborhoods. Prior to her job with Enterprise, Ms. Montague managed a strategic investment initiative in housing and community investment for Lend Lease Real Estate Investments. In her current position, she is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the community development nonprofit corporation with an annual budget of $50 million and 235 employees nationwide. She began

her community development career as a Geno Baroni Fellow at the Community Information Exchange in Washington, DC. Ms. Montague initially found planning so appealing because of its interdisciplinary nature and the promise it holds for creating effective public/ private partnerships. She feels that planning offers the potential to understand and shape the vital and varied institutions that transform the nature of opportunity in our citiesespecially for low income people and places.

one U.S. programs and nine Canadian programs give accredited degrees; a few Canadian schools are accredited by both organizations. Most of these programs are described in detail in the body of this GUIDE. You should try to attend a planning program accredited by either the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) in the U.S. or the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) in Canada, because it can make a difference in your career. These organizations review Masters or Bachelors Planning programs to assure prospective students, employers, and the public that the education and training they provide measure up to the professions standardsand that they are therefore qualified to train future planners. The PAB does not evaluate PhD programs for accreditation because the primary focus of the doctoral degree is usually not professional practice. However, the CIP does evaluate Canadian PhD programs for accreditation. The PAB is jointly sponsored by ACSP the , organization of planning professors (and the authors of this GUIDE), and by an organization of professional planners, the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). The CIP is the Canadian organization of professional planners. The PAB strives to foster high standards for professional education in planning; accredited programs must meet strict standards developed cooperatively by both practicing planners and planning academicians. The same is true of the Canadian schools accredited by the Canadian Institute of Planners. Not all accredited schools teach the same courses or emphasize the same subjectsin fact, the differences between the schools appeal to different student interests. But the curriculum at all accredited schools will provide you with a core set of theories, methods, and techniques which properly prepare you for a career as a practicing planner. Graduating from an accredited program will make you more attractive to most agencies or firms hiring planners. In addition, you will be able to join the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) sooner after leaving school if you attend an accredited school. Being a certified planner can advance your professional career. This GUIDE also contains several universities outside North America; these programs may be very interesting to you. Remember however, no program outside of North America is eligible for either PAB or CIP accreditation.

A PLANNERS EDUCATION
What kind of an education should a planner have? Today most people need a professional Masters Degree in Planning to get the best planning jobs, although a Bachelors degree (BA or BS) can provide an entry into the profession. Universities offering both Bachelors and Graduate degrees are profiled in this GUIDE. People can enter Masters programs in planning with many different kinds of Bachelors degrees; it is not necessary to have a BA/BS in Planning to do graduate work in planning. Some planners are educated first in the social sciences like public administration, sociology, economics, geography, or government; others are trained first in the design professions like architecture, urban design, and landscape architecture. Still others have their undergraduate degree in professions such as public health, social work, nursing, or engineering. Many people with undergraduate degrees in the Arts or Humanities (English, Art, History) also choose to pursue a graduate planning degree. Some people use the new skills they acquire in graduate school to expand the emphasis of their undergraduate degree while others develop new approaches. For example, those with economics training may become economic development planners while those with degrees in biology or chemistry may choose to become environmental planners. But it is not unusual for someone trained at the undergraduate level as an architect to become a social policy planner or for someone with a BS in Nursing to become a housing planner! There are many universities where you can gain the education and training you need to become a planner. Today there are more than120 planning programs or planning departments which are members of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) or of the Association of Canadian University Planning Programs (ACUPP). Seventy-

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HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST PLANNING PROGRAM


While all accredited planning programs cover the same set of core materials and techniques, they do so in different ways. Planning programs vary greatly in the issues they emphasize, the research they foster, and the professional projects in which they engage. As a result, programs may differ markedly in the kinds of topics to which you will be exposed, the other students with whom you attend class, and the kind of educational experience you will have. For example, planning programs located near the ocean may offer a concentration in coastal resource planning; programs located in farm states may focus on rural and small urban planning issues; those along the Mexican or Canadian border may stress comparative planning. Of course, other planning programs may offer these same concentrations in response to the backgrounds and research interests of their faculty. Individual programs also vary in the extent to which they emphasize practice in studios and workshops or in the degree to which they expose students to research and policy analysis. Some programs have established international ties; others have long worked with local communities to provide students with practical experience. To determine the planning program which will best provide you with the education and training you want, decide which issues you would like to highlight in your educational program and the professional specialization you think you might want to follow. Then look at the programs listed in this GUIDE to see which stress the topics you want to cover, which provide the courses you would like to take, which offer the experiences you seek. You may be interested in the background of the other students in the program; for example, if you would like to work or study for awhile in another country you might be interested in a school that has a fair number of international students or faculty with comparative research interests. If you would like to be part of a small, intimate program think about applying to schools with a relatively small number of students. If you are interested in research or think that you might want to go on for a PhD in Planning (which would allow you to teach at a university) you might want to consider those programs that offer both Masters and Doctoral degrees. If you are interested in learning through hands-on experiences, try to identify those programs offering a large number of project courses or requiring a

professional project (or capstone) report instead of a thesis to graduate. If you want to spend some time working internationally, you could select a university that has exchange programs in other countries. Perhaps you have an interest in another subject related to planning, like public health or law: look for programs with dual degrees in planning and these other fields. And of course, you have to consider financial and other practical detailsscholarships and grants, the possibility of getting a job or loans, the total cost of education, etc. This GUIDE is set up to help you quickly evaluate a large number of planning programs by comparing the major factors likely to be of most interest to students: the course offerings and requirements, the type of students in the program, the background and experiences of the faculty, the costs of attending, and the possibility of financial assistance. But the brief entries in this GUIDE can only help you narrow down your choicesthere simply isnt enough space to tell you all you want, or need to know about a prospective program. Once you have identified a number of programs that might meet your needs, contact them directly! Start by visiting their websites; then contact the chair of the program or individual faculty who work in the areas in which you have an interest. Most programs have a wealth of promotional material they will be happy to send you. Students often ask: Whats the best school for... this or that specialization. There is no one answer. The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning has refused to rank schools because every planning program in the GUIDE has its own strengths and resources. There is simply no effective way to say that one school offers a better degree than another. Planning students bring their own goals, background, and experiences to their educational careerso different individuals will get very different things from any individual planning program. Only you can decide the best school for your needs, interests, and resources.

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HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE


In this section, well try to explain how to read each entry in the GUIDE. In order to provide you with a large amount of information in very little space, the entries in this GUIDE contain many abbreviations. In addition, you may not be familiar with some of the terminology. So well show you how to de-code the entries and use the data to compare and contrast some of the schools which have sparked your interest. The first line of each entry lists the name of the university. If this university were called America State University it would be one of the first entries in the GUIDE. However, if the official name is the University of America it will be near the back, with all the listings beginning with University of... This is the way in which most major student guides organize schools. It may be confusing initially but once you remember, it will be easy to find the school you want. Remember there may be two different schools, America State University and the University of America. The first line also tells you what planning degrees each university gives; the icon BA means that the university gives at least one undergraduate planning degree (which may be either a BA or a BS). The icon MA means that the university gives one masters degree in planning (which may be an MA or MS or other masters designation). The icon PhD means that the university gives at least one doctoral degree in planning. If the first line does not display a specific icon (BA, MA, or PhD) it means that the university does not give a planning degree at that level. The first line also shows you whether the undergraduate or Masters programs the university gives are accredited by either the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) or the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP). If the icon PAB or CIP is shown under the degree listed, at least one of the degrees given at that level at that university is accredited. Note that a school with multiple Masters degrees may have some that are, and some that are not accreditedfor example their Masters degree in Urban Planning may be accredited but not their Masters degree in Historic Preservation and Design. To save space on the first line, you will see the PAB or CIP icon if any of the Masters or undergraduate degrees given by this university are accredited. Be sure to check the text below to get complete information for the specific program or degree in which you have an interest.

Remember that doctoral programs are never accredited by the PAB because such programs dont generally focus on professional practiceso none of the U.S. schools offering a doctorate will show an accreditation status. This is not a deficiency! However the CIP does accredit PhD programs in Canada. Neither organization accredits international universities. Finally the first line of each schools entry tells you its membership status in the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, the sponsor of this GUIDE. FULL members are those giving planning degrees in the US. AFFILIATE members are generally those schools in the U.S. that give degrees related to planning but not planning degrees (urban studies or urban geography). Schools outside the U.S. are eligible for CORRESPONDING membership if they give planning or related degrees. The top of the left column of each entry generally gives you the name of the chair of the entire department and the departmental mailing address; it usually provides the department phone, fax, e-mail and website address as well. Note that the chair may not be the contact person for any or all of the planning degree programs offered; an individual entry may list a different contact person for each program. Remember phone numbers and addresses change; if you have trouble, seek out new numbers through telephone information or by visiting the university website which should be easily found by any net browser.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
This section in the left-hand column summarizes the most important details you might want to know about each of the planning degrees which the university offers. It shows the deadlines for application and for requesting financial assistance as well as what the application fee will be. The text may also indicate what tuition costs will be if you are a resident of the state or if you are from out-ofstate (this distinction usually only applies at public universities). This section gives you an idea of the availability of financial assistance by listing scholarships, research and teaching assistantships, and other job opportunities. In general, the more awards and assistantships the betterbut you will have to talk to each school to learn how likely it is that you will be able to get financial assistance of some kind. You should question the conditions of any

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scholarship or grant--will you receive it as long as you are in school or only for your first year? If a school has only a small amount of scholarship money it may choose to give it all to entering students, as a recruitment incentive. That means that second year students may be left without any aid. If the university offers research assistantships or other kind of paid work, find out how much work you will really have to do and how likely it is that you will be able to hold the job or assistantships for your entire education. This section also contains a small chart with some details about student enrollment. It should also give you an idea of how easy or difficult is to be accepted as a student. The chart shows the figures of students who applied for admission to the program, the number who were accepted by the program, and finally the number who actually enrolled. These numbers should give you an idea of the number of students in the program that interests you. Generally the number of students accepted is less than the number who applied; the number who are enrolled is usually less than the number accepted. Most universities turn down some students who apply; some students who apply and are accepted decide not to come. If there is a big gap between the number who applied and the number of students accepted, it generally signals that this is a very popular program and hard to get into. It is less clear why there may be a gap between the number accepted and the number who end up enrolling. Sometimes this means that acceptance decisions are made independent of financial aid decisions and that some students who were accepted were unable to find scholarship or other kinds of financial assistance.

The GUIDE next identifies the substantive specializations available for each degree. This can give an idea of the range of areas where you can concentrate your efforts; these specializations generally reflect the skills and interests of the faculty. Compare the size of the faculty (listed later in each schools entry) to the number of specializations offered; if a school claims many specializations but has a small faculty it may lack the resources to allow you to fully develop your skills in any given area. Also check the specializations offered against the background of individual faculty; if you are interested, for example, in the schools environmental planning or urban design specialization, make sure that some of the faculty actually have expertise in these areas. In addition, when you begin to contact schools of interest, ask about the actual number of classes the program gives in each specialization and when they are offered. Sometimes even large programs have only a few courses in certain specializations and those are given infrequentlyif so, you might actually have to stay in school longer just to be able to take the required courses! Pay special attention to whether the classes offered in your specialization of interest are planning courses or if they are actually taught by faculty in other departments. It is important to be able to take courses in other departments across campusbut make sure at least some of the courses in your specialization are actually taught by planners, with the professional focus of someone who is a planner. The text next indicates the prerequisites and other requirements needed to get into the program. Most programs describe any exams you must take (like the ACT or SAT for undergraduates and the GRE for graduates) and the minimum score you must achieve. Note that not all programs require such exams. The text will also indicate any other prerequisites needed to apply such as a minimum grade point average. You should ask the programs in which you have an interest for a list of prerequisite courses or skill levels and an idea of what you will have to do if you are missing some prerequisites. If you are required to make up missing prerequisites you will need more hours/credits than indicated to graduate. Planning programs often list this information on their websites; if not, they will be happy to send printed materials to answer most of your questions. Next, each university usually explains how many units or hours needed to obtain the degree in

DEGREE DESCRIPTIONS
The GUIDE next describes each of the degrees offered by the university, starting with any undergraduate degrees. Not every university has provided exactly the same information so not all entries are identical. However, in general, the text tells if the program or degree is accredited, how old it is, and the total number of degrees granted over the last few years. If a university has more than one undergraduate or graduate degree, the text will indicate which, if any, of those programs have received PAB or CIP accreditation. Remember that the top line of each schools entry only indicates if at least one of the degree programs is accredited; if they give more than one degree the specific degree which interests you may or may not be accredited.

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question, breaking those totals down into required courses, restricted and unrestricted electives, and the final product required--such as a thesis or professional report or capstone project. Most Masters programs require between 36 - 60 hours/ credits to graduate. However, if you are missing some prerequisites, for example economics or statistics, you might have to make them up either before you are allowed to officially enter the program or while enrolled in the program. Most programs require all students to take the same, core, courses, which cover material central to the educational experience offered in that degree program. In addition, students with different specializations are often required to take specific elective courses; for example, someone majoring in land use planning might well have to take different classes than someone majoring in housing. Most programs allow students to take some free or unrestricted electives. Compare the hours of core courses and the restricted versus unrestricted electives to get a general idea of the degree of flexibility you will have in the program. In general, the more hours in the core the fewer electives you can take; the more restricted the remaining the electives, the less freedom you may have in pursuing courses outside the planning department. Some students like to have many electives, preferably unrestricted, because they can customize their degrees to match their interests. Other students prefer a more structured curriculum because they want to be sure that they are developing the range of specific skills needed by planners. The text also indicates what kind of final product you will have to produce to get the degree; for example whether you must take an exam, write a thesis or dissertation, prepare a professional report, or take part in a capstone or joint professional project of some kind. Some schools allow you to choose among several options while others require the same final product from all students. Programs also vary in the extent to which they give class credit for preparing the final product; some programs indicate the number of hours/credits, if any, you are allowed to take to finish your thesis, etc.

taking courses with international students and if you will be working with students from various ethnic and racial backgrounds.

FACULTY DESCRIPTIONS
The GUIDE contains two separate entries for faculty. The text describing PLANNING FACULTY includes those people who spend at least half their time teaching in one or more of the listed planning programs. The second set of faculty descriptions, OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY includes those people who teach in other university programs-like engineering, geography, or social work--for the majority of their time or those who are practicing professionals who teach occasionally or part-time in the universitys planning program. Sometimes this category includes retired professors or university administrators who teach planning courses occasionally. You will get the best educational experience from schools which effectively mix these faculty components. It is important to have courses with faculty who are active in professional practice and it is useful to take classes with those from other disciplines. However, be sure the university has a minimum number of faculty who are dedicated to the planning program for most of their time--or you could find it hard to get the courses you need or even to interact in any meaningful way with your professors. Also be sure there are enough faculty to cover the core curriculum from a planners perspective. The faculty entries give you a very brief idea of the background, skills, interests, and experiences of the faculty with whom you might be studying. If the faculty member has taken a professional certification exam through the American Institute of Certified Planners, the icon AICP will appear opposite his/her name. This generally indicates that the faculty member is very interested in professional planning practice. The icon FAICP means the faculty member has been named a Fellow of the AICP a very , prestigious honor for a professional planner. The first line of text below a faculty members name indicates his/her rank and senioritythe most senior (in U.S. schools) are Professors followed by Associate and then Assistant Professors. If someone is listed as visiting or adjunct it generally means that s/he is not a permanent member of the faculty--and may be gone before you arrive. If someone is listed as emeritus it means that s/he has retired--retired

STUDENT COMPOSITION
These charts give you an idea of the number and diversity of the students in each planning degree program the university offers. These student statistics are also useful in determining if you will be

professors vary greatly in the number of courses they teach. The text next indicates the degrees which the faculty member has and the university where they obtained those degrees; some, but not all, entries indicate the year(s) in which their various degrees were granted. While most planning professors have a PhD, not all do, particularly if they are or have been active practitioners. The next line indicates the specializations or expertise of each faculty member. If you have an interest in a certain specialization you may want to see how many of the programs faculty actually claim expertise in that area. You will also want to know who will actually be teaching core or elective courses in that specialization; to do so, get a copy of the course offerings directly from the school by visiting the website and/or contacting the program directly. Once you have seen the number and kind of courses taught in the concentrations in which you have an interest, you can directly question individual faculty about the program, the courses they teach, and the requirements of the specialization.

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LISTINGS BY SCHOOL

ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY


Urban and Regional Planning
P.O. Box 938 Normal, Alabama 35762 Phone (256) 372-5426 Fax (256) 372-5906 http://www.aamu.edu Dr. Chukudi Izeogu, Department Chair Phone (256) 372-4990 E-mail:chukudi.izeogu@aamu.edu

BA/BS PAB PAB

MA/MS PAB PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: Completion of high school or junior College transfer Minimum GPA: C Average Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: 18 ACT (University Requirement)

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 54 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 8 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 18 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................................................................. 6 Total Required Hours In Planning Program .......................................... 122 Senior Project ................................................................................ Required

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline ........................................................................................ July 15 Financial Aid Deadline ................................................................................... April 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: ............................ $1560-2340 per semester (10-16 hours) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .................... $2860-4420 per semester (10-16 hours) Other: .........................................................Additional hours $305/hour per semester Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$10 Additional Fees: ............................................................................. $265 per semester

L.L. Crump Scholarship: Call (256) 372-5426 or (256) 372-4990 for details

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban & Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Chukudi Izeogu, Chair (256) 372-4990 chukudi.izeogu@aamu.edu

Admission Deadline 2008-09 for Masters program ........................................ July 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 for Masters program.................................... April 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: ............................ $1560-2340 per semester (10-16 hours) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .................... $2860-4420 per semester (10-16 hours) Other: .........................................................Additional hours $378/hour per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................................$20 Additional Fees: ............................................................................. $265 per semester

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Year Initiated: 1975 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/08...........................................................168 Degrees Granted from 6/31/07 to 12/31/08 ................................................7

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate Masters 15 5 19 6

Accepted Enrolled
16 5 15 6 15 5 15 6

Housing and Community Development, Environmental Planning, International Development, Transportation Planning
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Masters Specializations

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Chukudi Izeogu, Chair (256) 372-4990 chukudi.izeogu@aamu.edu

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution & GPA 2.5 2.8 (Department) Not Required Not Required Not Required Two letters of recommendation and a resume

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Year initiated:1975 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................268 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................11

Housing and Community Development, International Development, Environmental Planning, Transportation Planning

Undergraduate Minors

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................28 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................9 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................9 Other ....................................................................................................... 3-6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program: ............................................46 Thesis or Final Project & Exam ....................................................Required

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Research Assistantships: Call (256) 372-5426 or (256) 372-4990 for details

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TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009

Joseph A. Lee

Assistant Professor. MURP, University of North Carolina (1972). Specializations: Citizen Participation, Community Development, Geographic Information Systems, Historic Preservation.

AICP

(256) 372-4991

joseph.lee@aamu.edu

Jacob Oluwoye
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

0 0 15 0 0 0 0 1 16

0 0 18 0 0 0 0 1 19

0 0 33 0 0 0 0 2 35

Professor. BS, University of Wisconsin, Madison; MCP, Howard University; PhD., University of New South Wales, Australia.. Specializations: Transportation.

(256) 372-4994

jacob.oluwoye@aamu.edu

Donald Outland

Associate Professor. MS, Alabama A&M University (1971). Specializations: Citizen Participation, International Development, Public Management/Strategic Planning, Rural Development.

(256) 372-4993

Deoutland@aol.com

Constance Wilson

Associate Professor. MURP, Fisk University (1973); PhD, University of Alabama (2000). Specializations: Citizen Participation & Race/Ethnicity and Planning and Transportation, Community Development, Planning Practice, Politics and Governance.

(256) 372-4992

cwilson93@aol.com

Total Students

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


James Alexander
Professor. BA, University of Alabama (1970); PhD, University of Texas, Austin (1989). Specializations: Policy Economy.

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories above.

PLANNING FACULTY
Russell J. Fricano
Assistant Professor. (1977) Ph.D, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Growth Management, Land Use Planning, Infrastructure Financing.

(256) 372-4794

james.alexander@aamu.edu

Merilyn Dabbs

(256) 372.4995

rjfricano@aol.com

Associate Professor. BS, University of North Alabama (1965); MS., University of Alabama (1970); PhD, Candidate, University of Tennessee. Specializations: Geography.

(256) 372-5350

merilyn.dabbs@aamu.edu

Earl N. M. Gooding

Professor. M.Lit., Oxford (1965); PhD, University of Connecticut (1996); PhD, Vanderbilt University (1977). Specializations: Demography, Environmental Planning, International Development, Planning & Quantitative Methods.

FYI
Alabama A&M University is one of two Universities in the State of Alabama offering an accredited degree in urban and regional planning and one of the twelve universities in the nation with accredited urban planning degrees at both undergraduate and graduate level. Alabama A&M University offers scholarships and assistantships to eligible students. Academically qualified white residents of Alabama may apply for the Diversity Scholarship for the Undergraduate program. The Department of Community Planning & Urban Studies was established in 1970 as the Department of Urban Studies offering only the MS in Urban Studies. Following this was the undergraduate degree program in Urban Studies, which was later replaced by the BS degree program in Urban Planning. The Master of Urban & Regional Planning program evolved in 1982 from the Master of Community Planning program, which was established in 1975. It attained initial recognition in 1976.

(256) 372-4986

earlmg@aol.com

Berneece Herbert

Instructor, Research Associate. BSC, University of the Virgin Islands (1991), MURP, Alabama A&M University (1998), PhD Plant & Soil Science (2007).

(265) 372-4988

berneece.herbert@yahoo.com

Professor. BS, University of Nigeria (1971) MPL, University of Southern CAlifornia (1974); PhD, University of California, Los Angeles (1981). Specializations: Regional Economic Development Planning, Environmental Planning, Housing and Land Use Policy Evaluation and Planning, International Development Planning.

Chukudi Izeogu

(256) 372-4990

chukudi.izeogu@aamu.edu

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ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY


School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
PO BOX 875302, Tempe, AZ 85287-5302 Phone: (480) 965-7533 FAX (480) 965-8313 Email: geoplan@asu.edu Web Site : http://geoplan.asu.edu Luc Anselin, Director Phone (480) 965-7533 E-Mail: Luc.Anselin@asu.edu

BA/BS PAB PAB

MA/MS PAB PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement:

Students apply into the upper-division courses (junior and senior levels) after two years of study. Minimum GPA: 3.0. Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT- 22 for in-state students and 24 for out -of-state students. SAT - 1040 for in-state students and 1110 for out-of state students.

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2010-11 .................................................................May 1, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 .......................................................... March 1, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees .............Full Time (7 credits or more) $3,423 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees....Full Time (12 credits or more) $9,815 per semester Application Fee ...................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees ...........................................................Special class fees and deposits Admission Deadline for Masters Program 2010-11 ........................ January 31, 2010 Admission Deadline for PhD program 2010-11 .............................. January 15, 2010 Financial In-State Tuition and Fees .............Full Time (7 credits or more) $3,988 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees..Full Time (12 credits or more) $10,685 per semester Application Fee ...................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees. ............................................................................................. Same

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 30 Hours of Studio Courses .......................................................................... 12 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 19 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................................................................. 3 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 90 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 120 Thesis or Final Product ............................................ Final Project Required

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Numerous Scholarships, Grants and Loans are available. For more details visit www.asu.edu/fa Federal Pell Grant/ Federal Supplemental Education opportunity Grant are based on financial need. Visit website www.edu/fa

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban and Environmental Design
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Nan Ellin, Planning Program Director (480) 965-7533 Nan.Ellin@asu.edu

Year Initiated: 1978 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/31/09.............................................................89 Degrees Granted from 6/1/08 to 6/31/09 ..................................................23

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Undergraduate Masters Doctoral

50 107 25

75 71 19

48 83 9

66 61 12

42 33 5

41 30 7

Community and Urban Planning, Environmental Planning, International Planning, Transportation Planning
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 Required 600 Not Required No Requirements

Masters Specializations

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Nan Ellin, Planning Program Director (480) 965-7533 Nan.Ellin@asu.edu

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Year initiated:1990 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/31/09..........................................................370 Degrees Granted from 6/1/08 to 6/31/09 .................................................38

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................23 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................24 Other .................................................................. 3 units Internship optional

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Total Required Hours in Planning Program.............47 (50 with internship) Exam, Thesis or Final Product: A Capstone studio, thesis or professional project is required. A comprehensive oral exam for students electing thesis or professional project option.

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Environmental Design and Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Jacques Giard, Director, Executive Committee (480) 965-4620 caed.phd@asu.edu

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Tuition awards:.......................small numbers are available through Graduate College based on merit and need Grants and Loans:..................Federal Perkins Loans and/or William D Ford Direct Student Loans. Visit www.edu/fa Teaching and Research:..........TA and RA positions based on need Assistantships:........................Based on need

The School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning anticipates offering a PhD in Urban Planning effective Fall 2010. Year initiated 1996 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2008........................................................29 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2008 ...........................................2 Dissertations Granted from 6/1/2008 to 6/01/2009 1. Tracking Progress: Development and Use of Sustainability Indicators in Campus Planning and Management. 2. The Impact of Suburban Neighborhood Design and Development Patterns on Public Health.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008 -2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 6 22 1 0 0 9 4 42

Female 3 14 1 2 2 3 7 32

Total 9 36 2 2 2 12 11

Design, Planning, History, Theory & Criticism


DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Departmental Requirement:

Doctoral Specializations

Must have a 3.0 GPA. If English is not the native language, TOEFL score of 600 Required. Masters degree in Architecture, Environmental Resources, Planning, Design or Landscape Architecture.

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Total Students

74

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Hours of Core .............................................................................................6 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................24 Other .........................................................................................................24

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Numerous Scholarships, Grants and Loans are available. For more details visit www.asu.edu/fa Federal Pell Grant/ Federal Supplemental Education opportunity Grant are based on financial need. Visit website www.edu/fa

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TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008 - 2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Hemalata Dandekar

Male 2 7 2 0 1 0 1 9 22

Female 0 9 0 0 1 0 0 9 19

Total 2 16 2 0 2 0 1 18

Emeritus Professor. B.Arch.,University of Bombay (1967); M.Arch.,University of Michigan (1969); Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles (1978). Specializations: Gender Studies and Planning/ International Development Planning, Rural, Regional Development Policy, Economic Development Planning, Sustainable Development.

(480) 965-7533

Hema@asu.edu

Associate Professor. BA, Bryn Mawr (1981); MA, Columbia University (1983); MP, Columbia University (1994); PhD. Columbia University (1994). Specializations: Urban Design, Integral Urbanism, Sustainable Urbanism, Desert Urbanism, Authentic Urbanism, Urban & Suburban Revitalization, the Creative City, Canalscape, Hydroscape, and Envisioning Greater Phoenix.

Nan Ellin

(480) 965-7533

Nan.Ellin@asu.edu

Assistant Professor. SC, Virginia Polytechnic Institute; MME, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; PhD, University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Urban Transportation Planning, Environmental and Social Impacts of Transportation, Environmental Justice, and International Transportation.

Aaron Golub

(480) 965-7533

Subhrajit Guhathakurta 41

Total Students

Professor. B.Arch., Jadarpur University, India; MCRP, Iowa State University; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: International Development and Planning; Urban Modeling and GIS; Computer Applications; Economic Development Planning; Environmental Planning.

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY

(480) 965-7533

Subhro-Guha@asu.edu

Ted Jojola

Luc Anselin

Foundation Professor and Director. Lic. (Economics), Free University of Brussels (1975); M.A. (Statistics, Operations Research), Free University of Brussels (1976); M.A. (Regional Science), Cornell University (1979); PhD. Cornell University (1980). Specializations: GIS and Spatial Analysis, Urban and Regional Modeling, Planning Methods.

Distinguished Visiting Professor. Regents Professor, University of New Mexico. BFA, University of New Mexico (1973); Master of City Planning, Massachusetts Technical Institute (1975);PhD, University of Hawaii (1982). Specializations: Indigenous Planning.

(480) 965-7533

Ted.Jojola@asu.edu

(480) 965-7533

Luc.Anselin@asu.edu

Nabil Kamel

Assistant Professor. LURP, University of Averio, Portugal; MRP, University of Massachusett, Amherst (1995); Ph.D., University of Massachusett, Amherst (2004). Specializations: Urban Revitalization, Transportation Planning, Sustainable Transportation Planning, Scholarship of Teaching, International Planning.

Carlos Balsas

AICP

Assistant Professor. BS, Cairo University, Egypt; MUP, Texas A&M; PhD., University of California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Housing and Urban Development, Regional Economic Development, Environmental Community Development.

(480) 965-7533

Joochul Kim

(480) 965-7533

Carlos.Balsas@asu.edu

Katherine Crewe

Associate Professor. BA, University of California, Berkeley; MUP and Ph.D., University of Michigan. Specializations: Community Planning; Economic Development Planning; Housing and International Planning.

Associate Professor. BA, Rhodes University, South Africa (1976); MLA, University of California, Berkeley (1980); Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst (1997). Specializations: Planning Practice and Transportation; Historic Preservation; Citizen Participation; Gender Studies and Planning; Physical Planning/Urban Design; International Urban Design.

(480) 965-7533

Joochul.Kim@asu.edu

Francisco Lara Valencia

(480) 965-7533

Katherine.Crewe@asu.edu

Assistant Professor. BE, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico; MRD, El Colegio de la Fontera Norte, Mexico; Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Specializations: SW Borderlands Development Planning; Economic Development Planning; Urban Health Disparities; Environmental Vulnerability.

(480) 965-7533

Francisco.Lara@asu.edu

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Emily Talen

Professor. BA, Calvin College (1980); Masters in City and Regional Planning, Ohio State University (1984); PhD. University of California, Santa Barbara (1995). Specializations: Urban Design, New Urbanism, Placemaking, Sustainable Cities, Smart Growth, and Urban Codes.

AICP

Noel Hebets

Faculty Associate. BS, Engineering Mechanics & Materials, Arizona State University, 2003; JD, Arizona State University Law School, 2006

(480) 965-7533

(480) 965-7533

Emily.Talen@asu.edu

John Keane

David Pijawka

Professor. BA, Brock University, Canada; MA and Ph.D., Clark University. Specializations: Sustainable Planning and Design; Socioeconomic Assessments; Disaster Management and Recovery Planning; Perception and Behavior Studies; Institutional Design.

Faculty Associate. BA, Cornell University; MS, Arizona State University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Environmental Economics.

(480) 965-7533

Michael Pearce

(480) 965-7533

Pijawka@asu.edu

Faculty Associate. BA, University of Michigan; JD, University of Arizona. Specializations: Environmental Planning.

Ruth Yabes

(480) 965-7533

Michael.Pearce@asu.edu

Associate Professor. BA and BS, University of California, Davis;MCP, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., Cornell University. Specializations: Participation; Community Development; International Planning; Planning Pedagogy.

Darin Sender

(480) 965-7533

Ruth.Yabes@asu.edu

Faculty Associate. BSD, Arizona State University; JD, De Paul University College of Law. Specializations: Environmental Law and Policy.

(480) 965-7533

Professor. BA, University of Toronto (1969); MA, University of Waterloo (1972); PhD, University of California, Berkeley (1977). Specializations: Sustainable Urbanization, City Building in China, Southeast Asian Urbanization, Urban Competitiveness/City Development Strategies.

Douglas Webster

(480) 965-7533

Douglas.Webster@asu.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Ambika Adhikari
Faculty Associate. B.Arch., University of Baroda, Gujarta; M of Arch, University of Hawaii, Honolulu; Fellow (Urban Planning) Massachusetts Institute of Technology: DD, Harvard University. Specializations: Environmental Planning.

(480) 965-7533

Ambika.Adhikari@asu.edu

Sherry Ahrentzen

Faculty Affiliate. Director for Research, Stardust Center for Affordable Homes and the Family. BA., University of California, San Diego (1977); MA. University of California, Irvine (1980); PhD. (1982).

(480) 965-7533

Sherry.Arentzen@asu.edu

Dean Brennan

Faculty Associate. BS, Iowa State University; Mpa, Arizona State University. Specializations: Urban Planning, Environmental Planning.

(480) 965-7533

Dean.Brennan@asu.edu

Ross Cromarty

Faculty Associate. BA, C.W. Post College of Long Island University; MEP, Arizona State University; Ph.D., Arizona State University. Specializations: Environmental Planning.

(480) 965-7533

rossc@asu.edu

Judith Dworkin

Faculty Associate. MA, Clark University; JD, Arizona State University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Environmental Law.

(480) 965-7533

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AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Graduate Program in Community Planning
School of Architecture 104 Dudley Hall Auburn, AL 36849-5316 Phone (334) 844-4516 Fax (334) 844-5419

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: Full

www.cadc.auburn.edu/CPLN John J. Pittari, Jr., Program Chair Phone: (334) 844-5424 E-mail: pittajj@auburn.edu

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................3 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................3 Other .................................................................. 3 units Internship optional Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................45 Exam, Thesis or Final Product: ................................... Synthesis project or ........................................................................ comprehensive examination.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2008-09 ..................................................................June 1, 2007 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 .............................................................April 1, 2007 In-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................. $2,500 per semester. Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................... $7,500 per semester. Application Fee ......................................................................................................$25 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

Male 0 15 1 0 0 0 0 3 19

Female 2 17 3 0 0 0 0 1 23

Total 2 32 4 0 0 0 0 4

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters

Accepted

Enrolled

07/08 07/08 07/08 07/08 07/08 07/08 32 17 35 26 23 12

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Community Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail John J. Pittari, Jr., Program Chair (334) 884-5424 pittajj@auburn.edu

Year Initiated: 1978 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................147 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................18

Total Students

42

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Urban Design and Community Development, Joint Degrees: with Public Administration, Landscape Architecture, and Architecture
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

Masters Specializations

PLANNING FACULTY
Assistant Professor. BS, Brigham Young 1999; MCRP, Iowa State 2001; Ph.D, University of California, Davis, 2005. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Transit, Land Use, Quantitative Methods.

Michael Clay

(334) 844-8412

claymic@auburn.edu

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 2.5: University, 2.9: Department 1000: Department 550: University Applicants are looked at holistically

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John Gaber

AICP Professor. BA, University of California, Los Angeles 1986; MPL, University of Southern California 1988; Ph.D, Columbia University 1993. Specializations: Qualitative Methods, Research Methods, Community Development.

Charlene LeBleu

Assistant Professor. BS, University of Florida; MCP & MLA, Auburn 2003. Specializations: Site Design, GIS, Ecological Planning.

AICP

(334) 844-5434

gaberja@auburn.edu

Cheryl Morgan

(334) 844-0192

leblecm@auburn.edu

John J. Pittari, Jr.

Professor. BA & B. Arch, Auburn 1974; M. Arch, University of Illinois 1976. Specializations: Urban Design, Small Town Planning, Community Participation.

Associate Professor. BLA, University of Florida 1983; MUP, City College of New York 1985; Ph.D, University of Washington 1997. Specializations: Historic Preservation, Urban Design, Urban Form, Physical Planning, Planning History.

(205) 323-3592 morgace@auburn.edu

FYI
Our program is devised to prepare students with diverse backgrounds for professional planning careers in both the public and private sectors. Graduates are skilled at describing and analyzing urban processes and conditions; at creating and evaluating alternative measures to shape future growth and development; and at devising and recommending appropriate mechanisms for the implementation of their proposals. One-fourth of our students hold graduate assistantships, which provide a monthly stipend and full tuition waiver. We offer joint degree options with the Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Public Administration programs; and study opportunities with the Center for Architecture and Urban Studies in Birmingham and the Auburn Abroad program in Rome.

(334) 844-5424

pittajj@auburn.edu

Rebecca Retzlaff

AICP

Assistant Professor. BS, Michigan State 1997; MS, School of the Art Institute of Chicago 1999; PhD, University of Illinois-Chicago 2006. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy, Historic Preservation, Land Use Planning and Regulation, Growth Management

(334) 844-5429

rcr001@auburn.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Daniel Bennett
Professor. B Arch., Auburn University 1968; M.Arch, Rice University 1974. Specializations: Urban Design, Site Design, Urban Form.

(334) 844-4285 bennedd@auburn.edu AICP

Sharon Gaber

Professor. AB, Occidental College 1985; MPL, University of Southern California 1987; Ph.D. Cornell University 1993. Specializations: Housing, Community Development, Research Methods, Social Planning.

(334) 844-5771

gabersl@auburn.edu

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
Transportation planners help develop programs to meet the current transportation needs of families and businesses, locally and across a region; they also attempt to predict future travel patterns in order to identify the need for additional transportation services and facilities. Some transportation planners are very technically oriented and work with advanced computer technology; others deal with the social and economic aspects of travel. Some focus on one mode such as cycling or public transit while others attempt to plan for multiple modes. Transportation planners working for local governments often respond to traffic congestion; others develop ways to finance new facilities. Some transportation planers help develop programs which are designed to encourage people to drive less, or which provide home-to-work options for welfare recipients trying to find jobs, or which organize special transportation services for the elderly. Many transportation planners coordinate their activities with environmental, land use, and economic development planners.

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BALL STATE UNIVERSITY


Urban Planning And Development
College of Architecture and Planning Muncie, Indiana 47306 Phone (765) 285-1963 Fax (765) 285-2648 www.bsu.edu/cap/planning Michael Burayidi, Chair Phone (765) 285-1963 E-mail: maburayidi@bsu.edu

BA/BS MA/MS PAB PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 41 Hours of Concentration Area ................................................................... 82 Hours of Restricted Elective ............................... Included in concentration Hours of Elective ..................................................................................... 3+ Total Required Hours In Planning Program .......................................... 126 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 126 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................ Not required

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ............................................................................. Open Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .......................................................... March 1, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................. $8,442 per academic year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ...................................... $19,000 per academic year Application Fee ......................................................................................................$35 Approximate Annual Cost ..........................................................................$8,442.00

Internship Opportunities: Required, department facilitates in finding suitable internships. Dept. Awards and Grants: Field trip and study abroad grants available. Financial Aid Information:Check with financial aid office www.bsu.edu/finaid

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MASTERS DEGREE
Masters of Urban Planning and Development
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dr. Francis Parker, Graduate Advisor (765) 285-5870 fparker@bsu.edu

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Admission Deadline 2009-10 ............................................................................. Open Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ...........................................................March 1, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: .................................................. $9,174 per academic year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................ $20,094 per academic year Application Fee ......................................................................................................$35 Approximate Annual Cost Instate ..............................................................$9,174.00

Year Initiated: 1975 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................14 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................9

Annual Student Enrollment


03/04 04/05 05/06 07/08 08/09 Undergraduate Masters 61 28 58 30 50 29 57 36 54 37

Sustainable and Comprehensive Planning, Community and Economic Development Planning, Customized Urban Planning area.

Masters Specializations

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution. BUPD take accelerated track (36 hrs), others take standard track (48 hrs). Applicants not meeting the minimum GPA may receive probationary status, on departments recommendation. Full admission from probationary status requires a 3.0 average in nine semester hours of preapproved graduate work. 2.75 Not Required for applicants who meet the above. None. Same as University.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Urban Planning and Development
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Francis Parker, Undergraduate Advisor (765) 285-5870 fparker@bsu.edu

Year Initiated: 1985 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................260 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................15

Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: Suggested High School Courses: College prep core courses. Minimum GPA: 3.0 70th percentile. Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Cutoff scores depend on pool of applicants

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................15 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................36 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: .............................................. Written Essay

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Internship Opportunities: Teaching and Research Assistantships:

Required, department facilitates. Assistantships include tuition, does not include dedicated fee of $485. Other assistantships available dependent upon faculty grants.

J. Paul Foulger

Instructor. BA Georgraphy, San Diego State University; ABD, University of Illinois. Specializations: Physical Planning and Generalist Planning.

(765) 285-2423

jpfoulger@bsu.edu

Bruce W. Frankel

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Professor; BA, Rutgers University; MCP, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania 1968; 1970; 1974. Specializations: Planning Practice and Master Planned Communities, Enterprise Planning, Community Health, Community Development/Affordable Housing. http:// www.bsu.edu/web/bfrankel

(765) 285-2680

bfrankel@bsu.edu

Male 0 19 1 0 0 0 0 4 24

Female 0 9 1 0 0 0 0 4 14

Total 0 28 2 0 0 0 0 8

Eric Damian Kelly

Professor; BA, Williams College; JD and MCP, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., The Union Institute 1969; 1975; 1992. Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Land Use/Growth Management, Planning Law, Planning Practice.

(765) 285-1909

ekelly@bsu.edu

Francis H. Parker

Professor. BA and MA, Wesleyan University; MRP, University of North Carolina; Ph.D., University of North Carolina 1960; 1964; 1970. Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management, Planning History, Planning Law, Planning Theory and Transportation.

(765) 285-5870

fparker@bsu.edu

M.C. Nihal Perera

Professor; BS, University of Sri Lanka; MS, University College, London; Ph.D., Binghamton University 1978; 1987; 1995. Specializations: International Development and Planning, Landscape/Site Design, Physical Planning/Urban Design, Race/Ethnicity & Planning.

(765) 285-8606

nperera@bsu.edu

David A. Schoen

Total Students

38

Professor; BS, University of Wisconsin; MS, Southern Illinois University; MURP, Ball State University; MLA, Ball State University 1968; 1972; 1981; 1984. Specializations: Computer Applications, Geographic Information Systems, Landscape/Site Design, Quantitative Methods.

(765) 285-5871

dschoen@bsu.edu

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Vera Adams
Instructor. MBA, Northern Illinois University; MCRP University of California, Berkley; MARCH University of California Berkley. Specializations: Urban Design, Housing, Planning Education

Associate Professor. BS & B Architecture, Ball State University, 1980; MA, Ball State University, 1981. Specilaizations: Urban Design, Community Design & Sustainable Development Practices

Scott I. Truex

(765) 285-5188

struex@bsu.edu

(765) 285-1918

vadams@bsu.edu

Michael Burayidi

Distinguished Irving Professor and Chair. PhD, University of Louisville (1993), MEDes University of Calgary (1990), B.Sc (Hons) University of Science and Technology, Ghana (1985). Specializations: Land Use Planning, Economic Development, Comparative Planning Systems, Housing and Real Estate Development.

(765) 285-1963

maburayidi@bsu.edu

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FYI
The Ball State Bachelor of Urban Planning and Development is among only 15 accredited undergraduate programs in North America, and its graduate program is the only such program in Indiana. Our undergraduate program and the core of our traditional masters program are offered in Muncie. We are part of the nationally recognized College of Architecture & Planning, and housed within a state-of-the-art building amidst a bucolic, 750-acre main campus in Muncie, and a satellite campus in the heart of Indianapolis. Muncie is a city of 65,000 with a low cost of living and an easy lifestyle, enriched by a growing creative class and a large number of arts programs both at the university and in the community. Some courses in the accelerated track graduate program are offered in the Ball State Indianapolis facility, located just south of Monument Circle in the heart of the city. Plan Implementation - Simply, plans in the public interest are made useful if they are implemented. Students learn about the political, practical, legal and economic aspects of plan implementation, working with full-time and adjunct faculty members who have direct experience in that field. Learning Community - We are a faculty of teachers first. Our missions in research and service to our external constituencies of profession and the general community are not neglected, but those are subordinate to the obligations we have to our students. This collegiality and attention is nurtured and maintained as our hallmark.

THESE VALUES CONSTITUTE OUR PROGRAM ORIENTATION


Immersive Learning - Our program has an established tradition of a hands-on approach to professional education, a tradition that has become a model for Ball States comprehensive commitment to immersive learning. In our studio classes, students apply their classroom learning to real-world problems, working in teams with real-world stakeholders.

Experiential Learning In addition to the immersive experiences offered in many studios, students apply their learning to real issues, using real sites and real data, in other selected classes, in co-curricular community charrettes, and, at the students option, in many of the capstone student projects. Physical Context Every student will learn to analyze and understand the physical context in which planning takes place and to participate in the making of physical plans. Courses dealing with community development, economic development and social issues all acknowledge the physical world in which those planning issues are addressed. Sustainability Our curriculum and our courses recognize that healthy communities are socially, economically and ecologically sustainable ones.

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BOSTON UNIVERSITY
City Planning and Urban Affairs
Department of Applied Social Sciences Boston University - Metropolitan College 808 Commonwealth Ave., Room 238 Boston, MA 02215 http://www.bu.edu/cityplanning Enrique R. Silva, Assistant Professor, Faculty Coordinator Phone: (617) 358-3264 Email: ersilva@bu.edu

BA/BS MA/MS

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
Bachelor of Science in Urban Affairs
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Enrique R. Silva (617) 358-3264 ersilva@bu.edu

New England Association of Schools and Colleges Accredited

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


High school graduation or have your GED and MET EN104 (English Composition) or its equivalent at another college or university and have earned a grade of "C" or higher in the course, Completion of a minimum six acceptable transfer courses for another accredited university of college and have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher (The MET EN104 equivalent as mentioned above would need to be one of these six transfer courses). Completion of a minimum of six courses at Metropolitan College and have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher (The MET EN104 equivalent as mentioned above would need to be one of these six transfer courses). Completion of a bachelor's degree at an accredited university or college and would like to pursue a second bachelor's degree at MUT.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline ......................................................................Rolling admissions Financial Aid Deadline .................................................................... Rolling Deadline Part-time Status Undergraduate (1-12 credits); Graduate (1-11.5 credits) Course Numbered 100-599 Tuition unless otherwise noted: 1-12 credits $350 per credit Course Numbered 600-999 Tuition unless otherwise noted: 1-11.5 credits $700 per credit Registration Fee: $40 Full-time Status Undergraduate (12.5-18 credits); Graduate (12-18 credits) Tuition: $18,955 per semester (additional charge of $1,184 per credit in excess of 18 credits). Undergraduate Student Fee: $265 per semester Graduate Student George Sherman Union Fee: $95 per semester Admissions Application Fee: Undergraduate Online $75; Undergraduate Offline $75; Graduate Application Fee, $70.

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS


Distribution Requirements (Core): .......................................................... 48 Professional Core ..................................................................................... 40 Electives ................................................................................................... 32

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Boston University Office of Financial Assistance (617) 353-2965

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City Planning (MCP)
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Enrique R. Silva (617) 358-3264 ersilva@bu.edu

Annual Graduate Student Enrollment Applied


2007

Accepted Enrolled
22 25 18 16

2008 2007 2008 2007 2008

MCP & MUA

26

25

New England Association of Schools and Colleges Accredited Degrees Granted 1997-2007 ...................................................................140 Degrees Granted from Sept. 2007 - August 2008 ....................................21

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Community Development, Environmental/Sustainability Planing, Housing, Transportation Planning, Land Use/Law, Housing and Community Development, Urban Design, Comparative Urbanization

Masters Specializations

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................24 Hours of Electives.....................................................................................12 Internship ......................................................Optional, Course credit given Thesis: ........................................................................................Not offered

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (MCP)


University Admission Policy: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution, 3 letters of reference and a personal essay. 3.0 Major Not Required. 84 iBT None.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


See MCP information.

Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class:

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION MCP & MUA 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American Asian/Pacific Islander Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 1 20 1 0 1 0 8 2 33

Female 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 8 26

Total 1 30 5 0 1 0 12 10

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................24 Hours of Electives.....................................................................................40 Internship ......................................................Optional, Course credit given Thesis: .............................................................................................Optional

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

The Metropolitan College Graduate Financial Aid Office offers comprehensive financial aid services to graduate students. We assist students in financing their education through assistantships, the Federal Stafford Loan or the Graduate Plus Loan. Boston University Metropolitan College Graduate Financial Aid 755 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 02215 Phone: (617) 358-3993 Fax: (617) 353-4190 Email: finanaid@bu.edu

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of of Urban Affairs (MUA)
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Enrique R. Silva (617) 358-3264 ersilva@bu.edu

Total Students

59

PLANNING FACULTY
Walter F. Carroll
Adjunct Professor, City Planning and Urban Affairs. B.A., M.A., Ph.D., American University (Sociology). Specializations: Race and Ethnicity, Urban Political Economy, Comparative Urban Policy

New England Association of Schools and Colleges Accredited

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (MUA)


University Admission Policy:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution, 3 letters of reference and a personal essay.

Adjunct Professor, City Planning and Urban Affairs. B.A., Salem State College; M.U.A. Boston University. Specializations Municipal Management, Public Finance and Budgeting.

Stephen Delaney

Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class:

3.0 Major Not Required. 84 iBT None.

Adjunct Professor, Urban Design. B.Arch, Maniapl Institute of Technology, India; M.Arch, University of Texas at Austin, Ph.D. Candidate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Urban Design

Madhu C. Dutta-Koehler

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Joshua Hassol

Adjunct Professor, Transportation and Environmental Planning. B.A., Wesleyan University, Ph.D., University of California, Fulbright Scholar, University of British Columbia. Specializations: Transportation, Infrastructure, Climate Change.

FYI
Boston University's Masters degree program in urban affairs (MUA) and city planning (MCP) offer a breadth of courses that individually and collectively challenge students to see not only cities, but also their own role as planners, policy makers and social advocates (current or future) in a critical and thoughtful light. Students are asked to consider the political, social and technical implications of each facet of planning and policy making, and to thus grapple with the fact that there are few, if any, simple solutions or approaches to urban issues. We match the breadth and substance of our courses with a program that is unparalleled in its flexibility for prospective students. BU students can pursue their MCP or MUA studies in a full-time or part-time basis depending on his or her own schedule, as well as professional and personal commitments. Without jeopardizing grades, academic standing or other commitments, BU students can start their MCP or MUA by taking anywhere from one to five courses per semester depending on his or her schedule and personalized study programs. Through its course schedule and degree requirements, financial arrangements and responsive staff, BU's MCP and MUA programs manage to remove many barriers to graduate education that would otherwise keep many people from considering much less completing a solid recognized graduate education in planning and urban affairs. This commitment to accessibility results in a student body that is truly diverse and it is this diversity that makes teaching and learning at BU so exciting. From a faculty's perspective, the diversity challenges each professor to prepare a course materials that engages a broad spectrum of interests and backgrounds, which, in turn, makes it way back to his or own thinking about the fields, city planning and ideas for future research and courses.

Daniel LeClair

Professor and Chair of Applied Social Sciences. BA, University of Rhode Island, M.A., Clark University, Ph.D., Tulane University. Specializations: Addiction Recovery and Prison Reform

B.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst (Urban Planning and Documentary Studies) M.S., The New School (LaGuardia Fellow in Nonprofit Management). Specializations: Housing and Community Development, Regional Development

Jennifer M. Raitt

Frank C. Smith, Jr.

Adjunct Professor, Real Estate Development. B.A., Dartmouth College, M.B.A. Boston University. Specializations: Real Estate Development.

Enrique R. Silva

Assistant Professor/Faculty Coordinator. BA, Columbia University, MScPI, University of Toronto, PhD, University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Comparative Urbanization, Planning Theory, Planning Institutions, Citizen Participation

(617) 358-3264

ersilva@bu.edu

Donald Zizzi

B.A. Fordham University, M.P.A. Rockefeller School of Public Affairs and Policy SUNY Albany. Specializations: Urban Economics, Regional Development and Planning.

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CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY, SAN LUIS OBISPO


City and Regional Planning Department
1 Grand Avenue, 21-128 San Luis Obispo, California 93407-0283 Phone (805) 756-1315 Fax (805) 756-1340 E-mail: crp@calpoly.edu www.planning.calpoly.edu Hemalata C. Dandekar Phone: (805) 756-1315 E-mail: hdandeka@calpoly.edu

BA/BS PAB

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA:

Same as university Average for College of Architecture and Environmental Design is 3.95 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT-28 for students SAT-1249 for university and 1269 for college.

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS


Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 55 Hours of Studio Courses .......................................................................... 26 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 39 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................................................................. 0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................ 90 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 180 Thesis or Final Product .................................... Senior Project or Studio III

PROGRAM INFORMATION

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Ten departmental awards Eligibility Criteria: Four college awards Eligibility Criteria:

Admission Deadline 2010-11 ..........................................................October 31, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 .......................................................... March 2, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: .............. Full Time (6 credits or more) $1,942 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................... $226 per unit per quarter Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$55

($250 to $7,000) for continuing students. Varies by endowment (e.g. grades, region, financial need, merit) ($250 to $2,000) Competitive. Varies by endowment, annual awards.

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Michael Boswell, Associate Professor (805)756-2496 mboswell@calpoly.edu

Admission Deadline 2010-11 ...........................................................February 1, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 ...........................................................March 2, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........ Full Time (6 credits or more) $2,202 per per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .............................................................. $226 per unit Application Fee: ..................................................................................................... $55

Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted


Undergraduate MCRP MS/MCRP 110 59 3 98 58 4 52 39 3 48 36 4

Enrolled
39 24 3 40 23 4

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Year Initiated: 1976 PAB Accreditation Degrees Granted through 6/30/09...........................................................225 Degrees Granted from 7/1/08 to 6/30/09 ..................................................14

Masters Specializations
Environmental Planning Urban Development and Design
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in City and Regional Planning
Contact Person:

Phone: E-mail

Hemalata C. Dandekar Department Head (805) 756-1315 hdandeka@calpoly.edu

Year Initiated:1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/2009 .......................................................... 984 Degrees Granted from 7/1/08 to 6/30/09 ................................................ 33

Physical Planning and Urban Design, Transportation, Environmental Planning, Environmental Design

Undergraduate Specializations

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution. 2.5 in last 90 units Not required, unless borderline GPA 550-paper, 213-computer Not Required 3.0 in last 90 units. Knowledge of basic computer applications; statement of purpose, writing sample, 3 letters of recommendation, resume.

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MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ........................................................................................... 33 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........................................... 16 Hours of Restricted Electives ................................................................... 11 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .................................................................. 6 Other .......................................................................................................... 6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................. 72 Thesis or Final Product: ............. Thesis, Professional Project, or Studio III

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 4 8 0 0 1 0 2 1 26

Female 1 22 0 0 2 0 1 1 27

Total 5 40 0 0 3 0 3 2

Joint Master of City and Regional Planning/Master of Science in Engineering, Transportation


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail

Cornelius Nuworsoo, Assistant Professor


(805) 756-2573 cnuworso@calpoly.edu

Year Initiated:1992 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/30/09.............................................................19 Degrees Granted from 7/01/08 to 6/30/09 ..................................................3

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution. 2.5 in last 90 units Not required, unless borderline GPA 550-paper, 213-computer Not Required 3.0 in last 90 units. Knowledge of basic computer applications; statement of purpose, writing sample, 3 letters of recommendation, resume. CE 221, CE 381 or GEOL 201, CSC 231, Econ 201, Engl 148, Math 143, SCOM 101, Stat 321.

Total Students

53

PLANNING FACULTY
Associate Professor. BS (1989) University of Central Florida; MSP (1991) and Ph.D. (2000) Florida State University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Hazard Mitigation, Planning Theory, Climate Action Planning, Sustainability.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................50 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...........................................15 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................25 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................0 Other ......................................................................................................... 0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................90 Thesis or Final Product: ..............Thesis, professional project or Studio III

Michael Boswell

AICP

(805) 756-2496

mboswell@calpoly.edu AICP

Chris Clark

Lecturer. BA (1976) and MA (1977) University of Oregon; JD (1982) Franklin Pearce Law Center. Specializations: Land Use Law, Environmental Planning, Public Policy, Land Use Planning.

(805) 756-6605

cclark@calpoly.edu

W. David Conn

Vice Provost & Professor. BA (1968), MA (1972), and D. Phil. (1973) Oxford University. Specializations: Environmental Policy and Planning, Pollution Prevention and Control.

(805) 756-2246

dconn@calpoly.edu

Hemalata Dandekar

Professor. B.Arch., University of Bombay (1967); M.Arch., University of Michigan (1969); Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles (1978). Specializations: Rural and Regional Planning, Sustainable Housing and Community Development, International Development, Gender Planning.

(805) 756-1315

hdandeka@calpoly.edu

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Adrienne Greve

Assistant Professor. BS, (1996) Cornell University; MS, (1999) Colorado State University; Ph.D., (2006) University of Washington. Specializations: Urban Ecology, Planning and Climate Change, Urban Hydrology and Stormwater.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Doreen Liberto Blanck
Lecturer. BA (1978) University of California, Riverside; Master in Dispute Resolution (2003) Pepperdine University Law School. Specializations: Land Use Planning, Small Town Planning and Annexation, Environmental Analysis, Specific Plans, Facilitation, Mediation, Arbitration, Energy (Biofuel), Permit Processing.

AICP

(805) 756-1474

agreve@calpoly.edu

Zeljka Pavolich Howard

Lecturer. Diploma of Engineer Architect (1964) University of Belgrade; MS Urban and Regional Planning (1972) Florida State University. Specializations: Comprehensive Planning, Urban Design, History of Cities, Community Involvement.

(805) 203-5022

earthdesign@charter.net AICP

(805) 756-1507

zhoward@calpoly.edu AICP

Kelly Main

Assistant Professor. BA Economics, University of California, Davis (1982); M.A. Economics, Brown University (1983); Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles (2007). Specializations: Community Planning, Land Use Planning, Public Realm, Cultural Aspects of Planning, Place Attachment.

Lecturer. BA, University of California, Santa Barbara; M.L.A. California Polytechnic State University, Pomona (1980). Specializations: Housing, Demographics, Urban Design and Historic Preservation, Cultural Resource Preservation.

Jeffrey Hook

(805) 781-7176

jwh4231@yahoo.com

(805) 756-2286

kdmain@calpoly.edu AICP

Michael Jencks

Cornelius Nuworsoo

Assistant Professor. BS, University of Science and Technology, Ghana (1981); MS Transportation Studies, Morgan State University (1986); MCP, University of California, Berkeley (2002); Ph.D., Engineering, University of California, Berkeley (2004). Specializations: Transportation Engineering, Transportation and Land Use Planning, Quantitative Methods in Planning.

Lecturer. BA, Williams College, JD, Boalt Law School, University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Land Use Law, Environmental Law, Water Law.

(805) 473-2929

Jencks@maglaw.net

Michael Multari

(805) 756-2496

cnuworso@calpoly.edu

Lecturer. BA (1976) Yale University, MPA (1979) Princeton University. Specializations: Demography, Economic Development Planning, Infrastructure and Public Services, Land Use/Growth Management.

(805) 756-2818

mmultari@aol.com FAICP

Vicente del Rio

Professor. B. Arch. (1978), Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning (1979), State University of Rio de Janeiro; MA in Urban Design (1981), Oxford Polytechnic; Ph.D. Architecture and Urbanism (1991), State University of Sao Paulo. Specializations: Urban Design, Environment-Behavior Studies, Revitalization, International Planning.

Kenneth Topping

Lecturer. BA Sociology (1956) University of Redlands; MS Public Administration (1972) California State University, Los Angeles. Specializations: Big City, County and Regional Planning, Infrastructure Development, International City Development and Disaster Management, Geographic Information System (GIS).

(805) 756-2572

vdelrion@calpoly.edu AICP

(805) 927-7773

KenTopping@aol.com AICP

William Siembieda

Professor. BA (1965), MCRP (1967), University of California, Berkeley; MPA (1970), California State University, San Diego; Ph.D. (1990), University of California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Housing and Real Property Development, International Planning, Disaster Mitigation Recovery Planning, Land Use and Strategic Planning.

Lisa Wise

Lecturer. M.S. Accounting (1990) DePaul University, MCRP (2001), California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Specializations: Housing Policy, Long-range Land Use Planning, Development Codes, Feasibility Analysis.

(805) 756-5085

wsiembie@calpoly.edu

(805) 595-1345

lisa@lisawiseconsulting.com

Umut Toker

Assistant Professor. B.Arch, Middle East Technical University (1996); Master of City Planning in Urban Design, Middle East Technical University (1999); Ph.D., North Carolina State University (2003). Specializations: Urban and Sustainable Design, Participatory Planning and Design, Environment-Behavior Research, Research/Data Analysis Methods, Computer-based Graphic Representation Techniques.

(805) 756-1592

utoker@calpoly.edu AICP

Paul Wack

Professor. BA (1969) San Fernando Valley State College; MA (1974) California State University, Northridge, MPA (1976) University of Southern California. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Planning Practice and Politics of Governance, Planning Regulation and Implementation, Sustainability and Climate Change.

(805) 756-6331

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FYI
The City and Regional Planning Program at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo is part of the nationally recognized College of Architecture and Environmental Design, which is the largest college of its kind in California. We have awarded over 1,000 degrees (Bachelors and Masters level) since the program began in 1968. Students often use the phrase "get an education, get a job, make a difference" when talking about their experience at Cal Poly. We are proud of the program's strengths in land use planning, environmental planning, urban design and community sustainability. We utilize the "learn by doing model" where the student acquires a strong professional skill set as well as an understanding of the planning process. Students learn how to develop and implement community plans. Students complete at least one internship in an actual planning agency, private firm or non-profit organization. This gives each student realworld experience and, many times, a head start on finding a job after graduation. Both public and private employers seek to hire our program's graduates, as we have a well-earned reputation for providing students an excellent professional education. CRP graduates have become planning directors of major US cities and principals in highly acclaimed private firms. Students work with a faculty that has an excellent balance of professional experience and academic preparation and, more importantly, who are exceptional instructors. Our faculty (full-time and part-time) are involved in environmental planning, sustainability, urban design, plan implementation, international planning, geographic information systems, community development, climate change, disaster mitigation planning, form based codes, transportation and the land use development process. The award-winning and nationally ranked City and Regional Planning

Department is recognized for its educational excellence and student achievement including the American Institute for Certified Planners (AICP) student project award for best applying the planning process, the American Planning Association (APA) awards for best paper in transportation planning, APA award for outstanding leadership by a student planner, and many California state awards for community plans and lowcost housing projects proposals. The masters program ranks #1 nationally for programs without a Ph.D. program in the 2009 Planetizen Guide to Graduate Planning Education. CRP students have the advantage of being able to to take courses in the College of Architecture and Environmental Designs other disciplines that include Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and research units of the college such as the Collaborative Agent Design Research Center (CADRC) and the Community Safety and Sustainability Group (CSSG). Students have the opportunity to complete minors in the following areas: Real property development, sustainable environments, and construction management. Access to these departments provides an exciting opportunity to work in various areas of environmental design practice. To understand our everglobalizing world, CRP offers its students opportunities to study abroad in partner universities in Brazil, Switzerland, Mexico, Portugal and Honduras. The city of San Luis Obispo (about 44,000 people) is located on California's scenic Central Coast, about halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. There is a small town feel to the community that enjoys many arts and music festivals, a wonderful year-round temperate climate, close proximity to the beautiful Pacific Ocean, and excellent outdoor recreation activities in the nearby hills and beaches. It is a wonderful place for learning and enjoying the exceptional natural environment offered by the Central Coast.

Master of City and Regional Planning California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo
Our mission is to educate talented, civic-minded, diverse students about planning and environmental design, and cultivate in them the principles of leadership, innovation, and action-oriented research. We provide an applied, comprehensive, interdisciplinary, professionally based education in urban and regional planning within a context of state, national, and global awareness. environmental planning . urban design . sustainability . social equity . community participation . zoning . smart growth. politics . computer applications globalization . green design . hazard mitigation . real property development . affordable housing . natural resources . governance. transportation Nationally accredited professionally-oriented 2-year masters degree. Among the best planning programs in the nation (Planetizen 2009). Community outreach projects and hands-on approach to education. Several national, state, and local student project awards. International exchanges and study-abroad opportunities. All faculty with professional planning experience. Highly successful job placement at great salaries! Fabulous San Luis Obispo in beautiful California Central Coast!

http://planning.calpoly.edu

Cal Poly / City & Regional Planning Department 1 Grand Avenue . San Luis Obispo, CA 93407-0283 phone: (805) 756-1315

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CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA


Department of Urban and Regional Planning
3801 West Temple Avenue Pomona, California 91768 Phone (909) 869-2688 Fax (909) 869-4688 www.csupomona.edu/urp Dr. Jerry Mitchell, Chair Phone (909) 869-4656 E-mail: jvmitchell@csupomona.edu

BA/BS PAB

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: See above See above

See www.csupomona.edu/~admissions/

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2008-09 ..................................................... November 30, 2008 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 ..........................................................April 15, 2008 In-State Tuition and Fees: ..............................................................$1,016 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..................................................... $226 per unit unit Application Fee: .................................................................................................... $55 Additional Fee: ............................................................................$161.52 per quarter

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 52 Hours of Studio Courses .......................................................................... 20 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 32 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................................................................. 0 Total Required Hours In Planning Program .......................................... 104 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 180 Thesis or Final Product ..........................................................Senior Project Needs based Federal and Cal Grants: Merit and need-based--Check ..... with Office of Financial Aid. Dept. Awards $200 - 1000: For continuing students: Competitive, merit-based.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP)
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Herschel Farberow, Graduate Coordinator (909) 869-2716 hfarberow@csupomona.edu

Admission Deadline 2008-09 ................................................................ July 15, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 ...........................................................April 15, 2009 In-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................................ $1,521 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................................. $226 per unit Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$55 Additional Fees: ................................................................................ $172 per quarter

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate Masters 116 99 123 121

Accepted
87 54 90 32

Enrolled
57 25 56 26

Year Initiated: 1970........................................................... PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................321 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................18

08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10

Community Development, Land Use, Environmental Planning, Transportation


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 or 2.5 with 1000 on the combined GRE verbal and quantitative score with no score less than 450 See above 580 Not Required Earned bachelors degree from an accredited institution.

Masters Specializations

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Jerry Mitchell, Chair (909) 869-4656 jvmitchell@csupomona.edu

Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: University Requirements:

Year initiated: 1967

Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.........................................................1697 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................59

PAB Accredited

Community Development, Environmental Planning, Land Use & Physical Planning, Transportation Planning, GIS minor offered

Undergraduate Specializations

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................32 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...........................................16 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................14 Exams or Written Requirements ............................. Thesis or Comp. Exam

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Grants and Loans: Need and merit based federal and Cal grants-Check with Office of Financial Aid. Department Awards $200-$1000--for continuing students--competitive, merit based.

Assistant Professor. BS, Kyung-Hee University (1991); MS in URP, University of Wisconsin, Madison (1999); Ph.D., University of Florida (2005). Specializations: GIS, Collaborative Urban Design, Transportation Modeling.

Do-Hyung Kim

(909) 869-4645

dohyungKim@csupomona.edu

Herschel Farberow TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Professor. BS, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (1972); MA, University of California, Los Angeles (1974). Specializations: Design Foundations, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design. www. csupomona.edu/~hfarberow/

AICP

(909) 869-2716

hfarberow@csupomona.edu

Male 6 21 3 0 3 6 0 4 43

Female 9 11 1 0 9 5 0 3 38

Total 15 32 4 0 12 11 0 7

Professor. BS, University of Illinois (1971); J.D., (1975); Ph.D., University of Michigan (1986). Specializations: Planning Law, Environmental Planning.

Jerry V. Mitchell

(909) 869-4656

jvmitchell@csupomona.edu

Gwendolyn H. Urey

Professor. BA, Bryn Mawr College (1979); M.U.P., University of Oregon (1983); Ph.D., Cornell (1995). Specializations: Planning Methods, Infrastructure Planning, International Planning. www.csupomona. edu/~gurey

(909) 869-2725

gurey@csupomona.edu FAICPU

Richard W. Willson

Professor. Bachelor of Environmental Studies, University of Waterloo, (1978); Master of Planning, University of Southern California, (1983); Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, (1991). Specializations: Planning Theory, Transportation Planning, Policy Analysis. www. csupomona/~rwwillson

(909) 869-2701

rwwillson@csupomona.edu

Total Students

81

Richard J. Zimmer

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Lecturer. BA, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (1973); MPA, University of Southern California (1975). Specializations: Community Development, Politics & Government, Public Finance, Real Estate Development.

AICP

PLANNING FACULTY
Professor. B.A., Rutgers University (1978); M.C.R.P. (1980); Ph.D. (1986). Specializations: Planning Methods, Urban Theory, Housing, Urban Economics. www.csupomona.edu/~fbarreto

(909) 869-4943

rzimmer@csupomona.edu

Felix R. Barreto

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Kip Kobayashi
Lecturer, BFA, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA (1983); MFA, USC, Los Angeles, CA (1986). Specialization: Urban Design.

(909) 869-2727

fbarreto@csupomona.edu

Juliana Delgado

Assistant Professor, BA, UCLA (1971); Master of Arts in Design, University of Paris (1974); Master of Architecture, UC, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA (1981); PhD in Architecture, UC, Berkeley (1992). Specialization: Land Use, Design, Planning Studios.

AICP

khk@mythograph.com

(909) 869-5427

jdelgado@csupomona.edu

Bonny Lay

Lecturer, BA, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan (1967); Masters, Western Michigan, Kalamazoo, Michigan (1970). Specialization: Planning Administration.

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Charles Loggins

Professor Emeritus. A.B., San Francisco State University (1971); M.C.P., Harvard University (1973). Specializations: Community Development, Social Policy, Planning Research Methods.

Lecturer. Ph.D. UCLA (2008). Specializations: Research Methods, Policy Analysis, Housing. Professor Emeritus. BA, University of California, Los Angeles (1967); M. Architecture, University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Planning Graphics, Urban Design, Land Use, Design and Planning History. http://www.csupomona.edu/~amcwhitaker

Abishek Tiwari

loggins@csupomona.edu

Ana Maria Whitaker

AICPU

Hollie M. Lund

Lecturer. BA, Western Washington University (1997); Ph.D., Portland State University (2001). Specializations: Neighborhood Design and Planning, Community Development, Transportation Planning, Community and Environmental Psychology. www.csupomona.edu/~hlund

amcwhitaker@csupomona.edu

(909) 869-2710

hlund@csupomona.edu

Robert Manford

FYI
The award winning programs offer many opportunities for student enrichment, including: * Use of the Southern California region as a laboratory, which has produced many APA award-winning projects. The program has a continuing involvement in community action research in the City of Pomona and other communities. Summer programs in China, Greece and other locations and field trip courses in the Western US. An interdisciplinary GIS Minor and extensive GIS offerings for graduate students. Numerous internship opportunities in the public, non-profit, and private sectors. The annual Dale Prize program, which brings scholars and practitioners to campus for dialogue on focused planning topics. An ability to take courses in the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies, an innovative environmental demonstration and research facility. Opportunities to participate in CPP's Presidents Climate Committee Initiative Active student organizations for graduate students, undergraduate students and a chapter of Planners' Network. An active and supportive alumni organization.

Lecturer, B.A., University of Ghana (1991); Masters, USC, Los Angeles, CA (1994); Ph.D., USC, Los Angeles, CA (2003). Specialization: Environmental Planning.

abeiku@aol.com

Lecturer. JD, Law, Loyola University (1998). Specializations: Environmental Planning, California Water.

Meredith McKenzie

meredith@arroyoseco.org *

Meenaxi Panakkal

Lecturer. MURP, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (2003). Specializations: Land Use Planning, Urban Design.

meenaxipanakkal@lsa-assoc.com

* * *

Lecturer. MCP, Harvard, (1963). Specializations:Undergraduate Seminar, General Plan.

Robert Paternoster

robertpaternoster@yahoo.com

Marta Perlas

Lecturer, B.Arc, SciArc, Santa Monica, CA (1987). Specialization: Urban Design.

mp@mythograph.com

Lori Pullman

Lecturer. BFA, University of California, Los Angeles (1997). Specializations: Urban Design, Studios, Planning History.

llpullman@csupomona.edu

* * *

Lecturer. Planning BA, University of Thesssady, Volos, Greece (1996); M.C.P., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (2002). Specializations: Planning Methods and Modeling, Transportation, GIS, Land Use. www. csupomona.edu/~dpoulakidas

Dimitris Poulakidas

(909) 869-4645

dpoulakidas@csupomona.edu FAICP

Steve Preston

Lecturer. BA, MA California Polytechnic State University, Pomona (1984). Specializations: Facilitating, Visioning and Consensus Building.

David Salazar

Lecturer. MURP, California Polytechnic State University, Pomona (1990). Specializations: Campus Planning, Planning Practice.

davidsalazar@csupomona.edu

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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDGE


Urban Studies and Planning
18111 Nordhoff Street Northridge, California Phone (818) 677-2904 Fax (818) 677-5850 E-mail: urban.studies@csun.edu http://www.csun.edu/csbs/departments/ urban_studies_and_planning/index.html Robert B. Kent, Department Chair Phone: (818) 677-2904 E-mail: rob.kent@csun.edu

BA/BS

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Departmental Requirement: ................................................................None University Requirement: ......................................................... See website: http://www.csun.edu/~hfanr055/reg/ftfadmr2.html Minimum GPA: ...................................................................................... 2.0 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ................................... SAT: 510, ACT: 10

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................37 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................8 Hours of Restricted Elective ....................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ................................................................11 Total Required Hours In Planning Program........................................48-51 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University................................120 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................Not required

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2008-09 .............................................................. March 1, 2008 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 .......................................................... March 3, 2008 In-State Tuition and Fees: ............................. $1524 per semester (12 units or more) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............... $1524 + $339 per unit (12 units or more) Application Fee ......................................................................................................$55 Additional Fee ................................................................................No additional fees

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


University-wide: Eligibility criteria: Departmental:

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Over 300 Varies. Two, awarded by achievement.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN URBAN PLANNING

Applied Accepted Enrolled (Past 5 Fall Terms) Undergraduate Fall 04 75 Fall 05 79 Fall 06 100 Fall 07 79 Fall 08 115

The department has been authorized to offer a 15 credit graduate certificate in urban planning. The certificate program is designed primarily to serve working professionals. It seeks to assist those already working in the field of planning who seek educational opportunities beyond the bachelors degree and also professionals working in closely related areas who wish more exposure and knowledge of planning practice. The program is designed to be completed in one year. The program is designed to be completed in one year. This entails two semesters of class work (6 credits per semester) and a capstone fieldwork project (3 credits) completed during the summer. Interested applicants should contact the department for further information on this program.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BA in Urban Studies and Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Rob Kent, Chair (818) 677-2904 rob.kent@csun.edu

PLANNING FACULTY
Kenya Covington
Assistant Professor. Ph.D. University of Maryland, Baltimore County (2003). Specializations: Urban and Social Policy, Geography of Child Care, Affordable Housing

(818) 677-6463

kenya.covington@csun.edu

Year initiated:1971 Degrees Granted through August 2008 ........................................ Over 776 Degrees Granted from September 2005 to August 2008....................... 126

Chair and James R. Ring Professor of Urban Studies and Planning. PhD, Syracuse University (1983). Specializations: Urban and Regional Planning, Development Planning, Cartography/GIS, Latin America.

Robert B. Kent

Urban and Regional Planning Housing, Community and Economic Development Sustainability and Environmental Planning

Undergraduate Specializations

(818) 677-4372

rob.kent@csun.edu

Henrik Minassians

Assistant Professor. Ph.D. University of Southern California (2002). Specializations: Public Administration, Urban Policy Design and Management, Urban Governance, Contract Design and Management, Policy Implementation Theory

(818) 677-7246

henrik.minassians@csun.edu

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Ward Thomas

Associate Professor. Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles (1997). Specializations: Economic Development, Public Policy Analysis, Environmental Planning

Regina Sadono

Part-Time Lecturer. Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles (1998). Specializations: Grant Writing, Development, Communications, Arts and Theater, Los Angeles

(818) 677-7247

ward.thomas@csun.edu

(818) 677-2904

regina.sadono@csun.edu rsadono@alum.calarts.edu

Zeynep Toker

Assistant Professor. Ph.D. North Carolina State University (2004). Specializations: Community Participation, Research Based Urban Design, Housing and Gender in Planning, Research Methods

(818) 677-2872

zeynep.toker@csun.edu

Part-Time Lecturer. Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles (2006). Specializations: Urban Planning, Built Environment, Gender, Architecture.

Orit Stieglitz

(818) 677-2904

orit@ucla.edu

M. Teresa Vzquez

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Cornell University (2001). Specializations: Regional and International Planning, Latin American Studies (US-Mexico), Community Development,Planning Theory and History, Urban Policy and Politics, Community Development

Abhishek Tiwari

Part-Time Lecturer. Ph.D. University of California, Irvine (2009). Specializations: Housing Policy, Demography, Green Building, Community Development, Public Health

(818) 677-2027

tere@csun.edu

(818) 677-2904

tiwari.abhishek@csun.edu abhishek@vtaengineering.com AICP

Phyl Van Ammers

Lecturer. J.D. University of California, Los Angeles (1981) Specializations: Housing Policy, Utopian Communities, Law and Planning, Sustainable Planning

Dev Vrat

(818) 677-2881

phyl.ammers@csun.edu

Part-Time Lecturer. M.A. University of California, Santa Barbara (1986). Specializations: CEQA/NEPA Compliance, General Plans and Specific Plans, Land Use Feasibility Studies, Infrastructure and Services Finance Plans

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Euripedes De Oliveira
(818) 677-2904
Part-Time Lecturer. M.A. University of California, Los Angeles (2002). Specializations: Third World Cities, Latin America, Brazil

(818) 677-2904

dev.vrat@csun.edu Dev_Vrat@URSCorp.com

David Weintraub

euri@csun.edu AICP

Part-Time Lecturer. M.A. California State University, Northridge (1992). Specializations: Long Range Community Planning, Facilities Master Planning, Environmental Review, Case Processing/Entitlements

(818) 677-2904

John Dugan

david.weintraub@csun.edu David.Weintraub@lacity.org

Part-Time Lecturer. MCP Harvard University (1971). Specializations: Planning Administration, Long Range Land Use Planning, Urban Design.

Garfield Whittaker

(818) 677-2904

john.dugan@csun.edu John.Dugan@fresno.gov

Part-Time Lecturer. M.A. and M.P.A. California State University, Northridge (2005 and 1995). Specializations: Urban Education, Urban Geography, Transportation Planning, Caribbean Region

Ali Farassati

(818) 677-2904

Part-Time Lecturer. Ph.D. University of Paris, France (1998). Specializations: Environmental and Urban Planning, Community Development, Architecture.

garfield.whittaker@csun.edu Shugapro@aol.com

Claude Willey
AICP

(818) 677-2904

ali.farassati@csun.edu

Charles Keynejad

Part-Time Lecturer. M.A. University of California, Irvine (2001). Specializations: Transportation History, California Water, Environmental History, Art and Urbanism, Los Angeles

Part-Time Lecturer. M.A. University of Southern California (1979). Specializations: Planning in the Public Sector (Comprehensive and Regional Planning), Transportation Planning, Environmental Planning, Public Policy Making and Planning

(818) 677-2904

claude.willey@csun.edu claudewilley@sbcglobal.net

(818) 677-2904

charles.keynejad@csun.edu

FYI
Mission Statement
The mission of the Department of Urban Studies and Planning is to prepare students, at both the undergraduate and graduate level, for professional careers in urban studies and planning. In addition, the department seeks to provide a broad based educational experience, set in the context of the social sciences, which contributes to the development of informed and thoughtful individuals prepared to contribute to the society at large. Department faculty supports the mission through teaching, research and publication, community outreach and action, and university service. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 15th Edition | Page 23

Elton Massey

Part-Time Lecturer. Ph.D. University of Southern California (2009). Specializations: Economic Development, Tourism, Urban Planning, Real Estate Development, Entrepreneurship, Globalization, Community Development

(818) 677-2904

massey.elton@csun.edu emassey@theithacagroup.com

THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA


Graduate Program in City and Regional Planning
School of Architecture and Planning 620 Michigan Avenue, N.E. Washington, D.C. 20064 Phone (202) 319-5188 Fax (202) 319-5728 http://architecture.cua.edu/academicprograms/ mcrp.cfm Hazel R. Edwards, Ph.D., AICP, Program Director Phone (202) 319-6265 E-mail: edwardsh@cua.edu

BA/BS MA/MS

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 1000 required for financial aid 580 paper; 237 computer; 92 Internet Not Required No Requirements

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................................ 6 Hours of Restricted Electives .................................................................... 9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................. 3 Thesis ......................................................................................................... 9 Hours of Design Option Courses ............................................................. 12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................ 48 Total Required Hours in Planning Program with Design Option ........... 60

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline for Masters program ................................... rolling admissions Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program ................................................ March 1 Tuition and Fees (Full-time, 10 or more credits) ..................... $16,235 per semester Tuition and Fees (Part-time, 9 or fewer credit hours) ............. $1,255 per credit hour Application Fee ......................................................................................................$55 Additional Fees ...................... $450 (one time fee); $25 (activities fee per semester)

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition Awards: Eligibility Criteria:

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MCRP Scholarship; Teaching and Research Assistantships Academic and Need/Merit; 1000 GRE, 3.0 GPA

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied 08/09 09/10 12 10 Accepted 08/09 09/10 11 9 Enrolled 08/09 09/10 10 4

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010


U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Dont Know Male 0 6 1 0 1 0 0 1 9 Female 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 Total 0 9 2 0 1 0 0 1 13

Masters

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Hazel R. Edwards, Program Director (202) 319-6265 edwardsh@cua.edu

Year Initiated: 2008 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................0

Sustainable Design and Planning; Real Estate Development and Planning; Urban Design

Masters Specializations

Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students

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PLANNING FACULTY
Hazel R. Edwards, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor. B.Arch., Howard University (1981); MAUD, Harvard University (1989); Ph.D., University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign (1993). Specializations: Planning History, Theory, and Ethics, Urban Design, Design Behavior, Livability Issues, Research Methods, Qualitative Methods, Community Engagement. http://architecture.cua.edu/People/edwards.cfm

Terrance Williams
AICP

Professor. B.Arch., University of Oregon; M.Arch., Cornell University. Specializations: Urban Design, Community Design, Land Use Planning, Architectural Design, Zoning. http://architecture.cua.edu/People/williams.cfm

FAIA

(202) 319-5565

williams@cua.edu

(202) 319-6265

edwardsh@cua.edu FAICP

FYI
Building on the strong tradition of CUAs architecture programs, the Master of City and Regional Planning (M.C.R.P.) links design with policy to assist planners in the stewardship of the built, natural, and cultural environments. The curriculum prepares students with the foundation to become generalist planners and steward planners according to the CUArch mission. In todays climate, planning and design interventions should consider the impact on the environment. At CUArch students will learn about creating better environments from the perspective of sustainable design and planning principles. The Washington, D.C., metropolitan area provides an excellent laboratory to explore planning issues, in urban, suburban, and exurban locations. The planning curriculum integrates planning history, theory, practice, zoning and legal aspects, land use, transportation, and analytical methods, all of which form the foundation of the generalist planners perspective. Coupled with a design orientation, these policy-related subjects will be framed within sustainable design and planning principles as well as the context of regionalism. The program is also aligned closely with the Master of Science in Sustainable Design program. The M.C.R.P. is a minimum two-year, 48-credit hour program with an optional design focus that increases the program to 60-credit hours. This added coursework will strengthen the physical design skills for those who do not have an architectural background or who want to extend their training in the context of physical planning.

Julius Levine

Professor. BSCE, City College of New York; MCP, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Planning History, Real Estate Development, Land Use Planning, Public and Private Policy and Implementation, Infrastructure Planning, Planning Practice. http://architecture.cua.edu/People/levine.cfm

(202) 319-5188

levinej@cua.edu

Assistant Professor. B.Arch., Suzhou Institute of Urban Construction and Environmental Protection (1992); MCP, University of Cincinnati (1997); Ph.D., The Ohio State University (2008). Specializations: GIS, Geography, Urban Economics, Quantitative Methods, Population and Employment Modeling. http://architecture.cua.edu/people/lu.cfm

Jia Lu, Ph.D.

(202) 319-6682

lu@cua.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Christopher P. Grech
Associate Professor. BA (1982) and B.Arch. (1985), University of Liverpool. Specializations: Sustainable Design, Building Envelope Design. http://architecture.cua.edu/People/grech.cfm

RIBA

(202) 319-6398

grech@cua.edu

Miriam Gusevich

Joint Masters Degrees:


Architecture

Associate Professor. B.Arch. and M.Arch., Cornell University. Specializations: Urban Design, History, and Theory, Integration of Buildings, Landscapes, and Infrastructure, Collaborative Design Processes.

(202) 319-5188

gusevicm@cua.edu AICP

Lecturer. BAE, University of Florida (1977); MAURP, University of Florida (1979); Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (2007). Specializations: Infrastructure Funding, Growth Management, Demographics, Transportation Planning, Quantitative Methods.

Dwayne Pierce Guthrie, Ph.D.

(202) 319-5188

guthrie@cua.edu FAICP

Judith Meany, Ph.D.

Professor of Practice. BA, George Washington University (1971); MCRP, The Catholic University of America (1974); Ph.D., University of Maryland (1989). Specializations: Real Estate Development and Design, Land Use Planning and Law, Principles of Urbanization.

(202) 319-5188

meany@cua.edu

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CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture
124 Lee Hall Clemson, South Carolina Phone (864) 656-3926 Fax (864) 656-7519

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS GRADUATION Requirements

www.clemson.edu/caah/pla Elaine Worzala, Interim Chair Phone (864) 656-3925 E-mail: cuplanning-l@clemson.edu

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................23 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................8 Hours of Restricted Electives ............................................................. 15-18 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................0 Thesis or Terminal Project ....................................................................6-9 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................56 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ..........Thesis or Terminal Project and Oral defense.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ........................... Rolling Admission, March 1 Priority Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ....................................................... March 1 Priority In-State Tuition and Fees: .................. $4,037; $1,020 per semester with assistance Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............ $8,033; $1,020 per semester with assistance Application Fees: ...................................................................................................$65 Additional Fees: ....................Four core and three elective classes have $75 lab fees

The program offers approximately 13 departmental assistantships of roughly $3,500 each year plus tuition reduction to only $1020 per semester. These are awarded based on merit, financial need, timely submittal and faculty needs. Additional assistantships may be available based on faculty research funding. Graduate and research assistantships are made available to attract high caliber students. Most second year students have 15 hour (2 days/week) assistantships with local planning entities, earning around $4,500 for the academic year plus tuition reduction to $1020 per semester. These are based on job availability; auto access is usually necessary for these positions.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


09/10 Masters 47

Accepted
09/10 33

Enrolled
09/10 23

TOTAL * MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Barry Nocks, Director (864) 656-4094 nocks2@clemson.edu

Male 0 22 1 0 0 0 0 1

Female 2 14 1 0 0 0 0 3

Total 2 36 2 0 0 0 0 4

Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................487 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................15

Environmental/Land Use, Housing/CD, Development, Transportation, Urban Design, GIS


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors from an accredited institution 2.7, University; 3.0 Major Prefer 470V, 610Q, 4.0 Writing Prefer 600 Not Required Bachelors from an accredited institution; transcripts, 3 letters of recommendation, Statement of Objectives

Masters Specializations

Total Students

24

20

44

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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DOCTORAL DEGREE
Planning, Design and the Built Environment
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Year initiated 2005 Mickey Lauria, Director (864) 656-0520 mlauria@clemson.edu

Clifford D. Ellis

Associate Professor. B.A. History and Philosophy, Colorado College (1973); MPCD. Planning and Community Development, University of Colorado at Denver (1982); Ph.D. City and Regional Planning, University of California, Berkeley (1990). Specializations: Urban Design, New Urbanism, Site Planning.

(864) 656-2477

cliffoe@clemson.edu

Mickey Lauria

Regional & Community Development & Design Built Environment & Health Restoration, Sustainability & Land Ecology Technology, Materials & Construction Processes
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Program Requirement: Prefer 600, 600, 5.0 minimum Prefer 600 UG-3.0 Grad.-3.5 Masters degree in appropriate discipline; 3 letters of recommendation, statement of interest; financial aid application.

Doctoral Specializations

Professor. A.B., UCLA (1975); M.A. (1977); Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Specializations: Planning Theory, Housing, Community Development, Research Methods, Urban Politics and Policy.

(864) 656-0520

mlauria@clemson.edu

James B. London

Professor. B.S., (1971); M.A., University of South Carolina (1974); Ph.D., Clemson University (1979) Specializations: Natural Resource Policy and Planning, Economic Development, Sustainable Development, Impact Assessment.

(864) 656-3927

london1@clemson.edu

Professor. B.S., Cornell University (1969); MRP (1972); Ph.D. (1978), University of North Carolina. Specializations: Planning Theory and History, Planning Process and Strategic Planning, Quantitative Methods, Health Planning.

Barry C. Nocks

(864) 656-4094

nocks2@clemson.edu

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ..................................................................................... 23-26 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................9 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Exams or Written Requirements: Comprehensive Exam and Dissertation

Stephen L. Sperry

Associate Professor. BLA, SUNY, Syracuse University (1970); MLA, Harvard University, (1975) Specializations: Land Use Planning and GIS, Database Technology, Spatial Modeling, Image Processing, Raster and Vector Technology.

(864) 656-3635

sperrys@clemson.edu

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Graduate and Research assistantships available to attract high caliber students.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


David J. Allison
Professor. B.S. Pre-Architecture, Clemson University (1978); MArch, Clemson University (1982). Specializations: Health Care Design, Healthy Communities.

PLANNING FACULTY
Associate Professor. B.A., Duke University (1979); M.A., University of South Carolina (1985); Ph.D., Clemson University (1995). Specializations: Coastal Management, Resource Policy, Communications, Community Development.

M. Grant Cunningham

(864) 656-3897

adavid@clemson.edu

(864) 656-1587

cunninm@clemson.edu

Dina G. Battisto

Anne E. Dunning

Assistant Professor. B.A., Cornell University (1992); MCP, and M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology (1998); Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology (2004). Specializations: Transportation Planning & Engineering, Transit Planning, Transportation Innovation, Quantitative Methods.

Associate Professor. Bachelors Architecture, University of Tennessee Knoxville (1991); MArch, Clemson University (1993); PhD. Michigan. Specializations: Health Care Design, Healthy Communities, Aging.

(864) 656-3887

dbattis@clemson.edu

Ted Cavanaugh

(864) 656-0151

anned@clemson.edu

Professor. B.S. Architecture, McGill University (1971); MArch, McGill University (1974); PhD. History of Technology, Lehigh University (2002). Specialization: Building Technology and Design.

Caitlin Dyckman

(864) 656-3898

tcavana@clemson.edu

Assistant Professor. B.A. English, UCLA(1997); MCP University of California, Berkeley (2001); J.D. University of California, Davis (2001), Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley (2006). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Planning Law, Water Policy and Law, Land Use Planning Process.

(864) 656-2496

cdyckma@clemson.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 15th Edition | Page 27

Victoria Chanse

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture.B.A. Oberlin College, M.C.P. University of California at Berkeley, Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley. Specializations: Landscape Ecology, Community Participation, Regional Design, Watershed Planning, Ecological Design.

Stephen Verderber

Professor, School of Architecture. BS 1975, March 1977, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; ArchD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Specializations: Health Care Design, Aging and Research Methods.

(864) 656-4408

vchanse@clemson.edu

(864) 656-3902

sverder@clemson.edu

Shima Clarke, Ph.D.


(864) 656-4498

Elaine Worzala

Associate Professor, Department of Construction Science and Management

shimac@clemson.edu

Associate Professor. A.B., St. Louis University (1972); MUP (1974) Ph.D., Michigan State University (1996). Specializations: Real Estate Development, Public-Private Partnerships, Housing and Community Development, Market and Feasibility.

J. Terrence Farris

Professor and Director, Center for Real Estate Development. Ph.D., Real Estate and Urban Land Economics; MS in Real Estate Appraisal and Investment Analysis, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Specializations: Real Estate Principles, Process and Market Analysis, Valuation, Roundtables on the Role of the Architect and Contractor, Feasibility Analysis, and Real Estate Finance and Investments.

(864) 656-3925

eworzal@clemson.edu

(864) 656-3903

jfarris@clemson.edu

Keith Evan Green

Associate Professor. BArch, Istanbul Technical University (1979). M.U.R.P., Istanbul Technical University (1981); PhD. Urban Planning, Istanbul Technical University (1988). Specialization: Urban Design, Landscape Design, Design Technology.

Umit Yilmaz

Associate Professor. B.A., University of Pennsylvania (1985); M Arch., University of Illinois at Chicago; M.S. and PhD., University of Pennsylvania (1998); Regional Architect. Specializations: Digital Environment, Advanced Materials, Housing, Architectural History/ Theory/Criticism.

(864) 656-7349

uyilmaz@clemson.edu

(864) 656-3887

kegreen@clemson.edu

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture. Dipl.-Vorprfung Landschaftsplanung (B.L.A), Dipl.-Ing. Landschaftsplanung, (M.L.A.) University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna, Ph.D. Kassel University, Germany. Specializations: Open Space, Community Design

Doris Gstach

(864) 656-2472

dgstach@clemson.edu

Robert Hogan

Professor and Assistant Interim Chair, Department of Architecture.

(864) 656-3914

hrobert@clemson.edu

Roger W. Liska

Professor. B.S. Michigan Technological University (1965); M.S. Wayne State University (1967); PhD. University of Georgia (1998). Specializations: Construction Personnel Management, Resource Control, Best Practices.

(864) 656-3878

riggor@clemson.edu

Assistant Professor. B.S., Pennsylvania State University, M.S., The Pennsylvania State University, M.AG., The Pennsylvania State University, PH.D., The Pennsylvania State University. Specializations: Nature-based Land Art, Design

Hala Nassar

(864) 656-2499

hnassar@clemson.edu

Allen Thompson

Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion. BA, Evergreen State College, 1992.;MA,1995, PhD,2005, University of Washington-Seattle. Specializations: Environmental Ethics.

(864) 656-2380

athomp6@clemson.edu

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CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY


Master of Urban Planning, Design and Development

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL 2.75 University, 3.0 Department 50th Percentile Department internet-based: 17 in reading, speaking and listening, 14 in writing/ computer-based: 197/paper-based: 525

Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs 1717 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44115 Phone (216) 687-2136 Fax (216) 687-9342 www.urban.csuohio.edu/academics/graduate/mupdd/ Wendy Kellogg, Chair Phone: (216) 687-5265 E-mail: w.kellogg@csuohio.edu

MASTERS GRADUATION Requirements

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................32 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ................................. 12 to 16 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................16 Exit Project/Thesis ......................................................................................4 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exams or Written Requirements ..........................................................None

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-2010 ............................................................ July 13, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-2010 .................................................February 15, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: ..................................................... $439.25 per credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................. $834.25 per credit hour Application Fee .................................................................................................$30.00 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Internship Opportunities: Check with department for availability. Department Awards and Grants: Dively Fellowship, W. Dale Fellowship and Premier Industry. Teaching and Research Assistantships: Three to five total in state and out of state, include tuition and stipend.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Spring 2008 US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted


Masters 59 55 -

Enrolled
66 66

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Male 0 25 5 0 1 3 5 39

Female 2 14 4 0 1 4 3 28

Total 2 39 9 0 2 7 8

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning Design and Development
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dennis Keating, Director (216) 687-2298 w.keating@csuohio.edu

Year Initiated: 1990 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/17/09...........................................................265 Degrees Granted from 12/15/08 to 5/17/09 ..............................................29

Housing and Neighborhood Development Economic Development Environmental Sustainability Real Estate Development and Finance GIS Historic Preservation

Masters Specializations

Total Students

67

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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PLANNING FACULTY
Mittie Davis Jones
Associate Professor. Ph.D., Wayne State University (1985) Specializations: Citizen Participation, Community Development, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Politics and Government.

Brian Mikelbank

Associate Professor. Ph.D., Ohio State University (2000) Specializations: Quantitative Spatial Analysis, Urban Geographic Information Systems, Urban Geography, Economic Geography. http://urban.csuohio.edu/~mik/

b.mikelbank@csuohio.edu

(216) 687-3861

m.d.jones97@csuohio.edu

Robert Simons

Joel A. Elvery

Assistant Professor. Ph.D. University of Maryland (2004). Specializations: Labor Economics, Urban Economics, Public Policy.

Professor. Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1990). Specializations: Brownfield Redevelopment, Real Estate Development, Urban and Regional Economics.

(216) 687-2259

j.elvery@csuohio.edu

(216) 687-5258

r.simons@csuohio.edu

Edward W. Hill

Professor. Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1981) Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Urban Economics, Regional Economics.

(216) 687-2174

e.hill@csuohio.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Mark Salling
Research Faculty. Ph.D., Kent State University (1982). Specializations: Demography, Geographic Information Systems.

Sung-Gheel Jang

Assistant Professor. Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2005). Specializations: GIS, Environmental and Regional Land Use.

(216) 687-5597

s.jang75@csuohio.edu

(216) 687-3716

m.salling@csuohio.edu

Sanda Kaufman

Michael Spicer

Professor. Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University (1985) Specializations: Citizen Participation, Computer Applications, Quantitative Methods, Conflict Management. http://urban.csuohio.edu/~sanda/

Professor. Ph.D., Ohio State University (1974). Specializations: Politics and Governance, Public Management/Strategic Planning, Urban and Regional Economics.

(216) 687-3571

m.spicer@csuohio.edu

(216) 687-2367

s.kaufman@csuohio.edu

Alan Weinstein

Professor. JD University of Pennsylvania (1968); Ph.D., University of California-Berkeley (1978) Specializations: Community Development, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Planning Law.

W. Dennis Keating

Associate Professor. J.D. University of California-Berkeley (1977). Specializations: Planning Law.

(216) 687-3758

alan.weinstein@law.csuohio.edu

(216) 687-2298

w.keating@csuohio.edu

Wendy A. Kellogg

Professor. Ph.D., Cornell University (1993) Specializations: Citizen Participation, Environmental Land Use Planning, Coastal Management, Smart Growth. http://urban.csuohio.edu/~wendy/wendy.htm

FYI

(216) 687-5265

w.kellogg@csuohio.edu

Norm Krumholz

Professor. M.C.R.P., Cornell University (1965). Specializations: Community Development, Housing/Neighborhood Planning, Metropolitan/ Regional Planning, Planning Practice and Politics.

(216) 687-6946

n.krumholz@csuohio.edu

Sugie Lee

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology (2005). Specializations: Land Use Planning, Growth Management, Urban/ Metropolitan Spatial Analysis, GIS. http://urban.csuohio.edu/faculty/lee

(216) 687-2381

s.lee56@csuohio.edu

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COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Graduate Program in Urban Planning
413 Avery Hall 1172 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY 10027

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

Housing and Community Development Urban Economic Development International Planning & Development Physical Planning/ Transportation Planning
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy Application form (available on-line), 3 letters of recommendation, transcripts from undergraduate school, GRE scores No minimum requirements 450 verbal/450 quantitative 600 on paper test N/A N/A

Masters Specializations

Phone 212 854 3518 Fax 212 864 0410 E-mail: urbanplanning@columbia.edu www.urban.columbia.edu Dr. Robert Beauregard, Department Chair Phone 212 854 6280 rab48@columbia.edu

University Undergrad GPA Minimum GRE Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class Department Requirements

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Deadline for Fall Admission .......................................................................January 15 No Spring Admission Financial Aid Deadline ...............................................................................January 15 In-State Tuition and Fees 2008-2009 ......................................$ 19,350 per semester Out-of-State and Intl Tuition & Fees .....................................$ 19,350 per semester Application Fee .................................................................................................... $ 75 Additional Fees .................................................................................................... N/A

MASTERS GRADUATION Requirements

Hours of core curriculum:.........................................................................27 Hours of studio (included in core) ..............................................................6 Hours of restricted electives .....................................................................24 Hours of specialization (minimum) ............................................................9 Hours of thesis (included in core) ..............................................................6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program: ............................................60

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Financial aid available, need-based. Apply directly to Columbia GSAPP

DOCTORAL DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Admission Deadline ......................................................................................January 1 Financial Aid Deadline ........................................................................................ N/A In-State Tuition and Fees ..........................................................$ 17,182 per semester Out-of-State/ International Tuition & Fees .............................$ 17,182 per semester Application Fee .................................................................................................... $ 75 Additional Fees .....................................................................Approx. $3000 per year

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 1 19 2 0 1 0 2 13 38

Female 3 24 2 0 6 0 6 16 57

Total 4 43 4 0 7 0 8 29

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters Doctoral 221 50 270 56

Accepted
166 3 150 3

Enrolled
49 3 53 1

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

MASTERS DEGREE
Masters of Science in Urban Planning Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Janet W. Foster, Associate Director for Planning and Preservation (212) 854-3518 jf2060@columbia.edu

Year Initiated: 1943 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted 1982 through May 09 .................................................740

Total Students

95

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 15th Edition | Page 31

Dual Masters Programs:

MSUP and Masters in Historic Preservation (3 years) MSUP and Masters in Architecture (4 years) MSUP and Masters in Business Administration (3 years) MSUP and Masters in Public Health (3 years) MSUP and Masters in International Affairs (3 years) MSUP and Juris Doctor (Law) (4 years) MSUP and Masters of Social Work (3 years) Dual degrees require separate application and independent admission to both programs. Contact both program of a dual degree for appropriate information on application.

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 0 7 1 0 0 0 0 3 11

Female 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 4 11

Total 0 12 1 0 2 0 0 7 22

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban Planning Graduate School of Art and Sciences
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dr. Lance Freeman, Director for PhD Program (212) 854-8495 LF182@columbia.edu

Degrees Granted through May 2008 .......................................................52

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Housing, International Development Land Use & Environment Urban Economic Development Urban Redevelopment

Doctoral Specializations

PLANNING FACULTY
Robert Beauregard, Director
Professor of Urban Planning. Ph.D., Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University, (1975), B.A. Architecture, Department of Design, Rhode Island School of Design, (1969). Specializations: Postwar Urbanization, Economic Restructuring of Urban Environments, the post-Apartheid City.

rab48@columbia.edu

DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Departmental Requirement:

Must have 3.5 GPA. If English is not the native language, TOEFL score of 600. 1200 Masters degree in Planning or related field.

Associate Professor of Urban Planning (tenured). Ph.D., City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, December (1997). Master of Regional Planning, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, December (1991), Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, State University of New York at Buffalo, December, (1987). Specializations: Housing, Affordable Housing, Gentrification, Neighbhorhood Revitalization.

Lance Freeman

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

lf182@columbia.edu

Hours of core ............................................................................................21 Hours of Thesis ....................................................................................... 24 Hours of Restricted Electives ....................................................................... Hours of Unrestricted Electives .................................................................... Other .........................................................................................................27 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................72

Sigurd Grava

Professor Emeritus of Urban Planning. Ph.D., Transportation Planning, Columbia University, (1965). Master of Urban Planning, Columbia University, (1957), B.S., Civil Engineering, City College of New York, (1955). Dr. Gava has taught a full range of graduate courses in planning since (1960). Specializations: Urban Transportation, Physical Services Infrastructure, Systemic Planning Theory, Land-Use Controls, Computer Use and Modeling, Developing Countries.

sg19@columbia.edu

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Assistant Professor of Urban Planning (nontenured, tenure track). Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University (2008-). Assistant Professor of Urban Planning (tenure-track), School of Policy, Planning, and Development, University of Southern California (2002-2008). Ph.D. in Architecture (2002), University of California, Berkeley. Master of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley (1994). MSc in Physical Planning and Urban Design, Universidad Central de Venezuela (1993). Specializations: International Planning, Latin American Planning, Urban Design, Social and Cultural Aspects of Planning and Place-making.

Clara Irazabal

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Moshe Adler
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. Ph.D. Economics, U.C.L.A., Los Angeles, California, (1982), M.A. Economics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, (1976), B.Sc. Mathematics, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel, (1972). Specializations: Urban Economics, Quantitative Techniques for Planners

cei2108@columbia.edu

David King

Assistant Professor of Urban Planning (nontenured, tenure track). Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University. PhD Urban Planning, UCLA (2008), MURP Transportation planning and policy, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota (2003). Specializations: Transportation Finance and Planning, Travel Behavior, Urban Governance and the Role of Public Policy in Adopting New Transportation Technologies.

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. M.Arch. Columbia University (2005). B.S. Design, Arizona State University College of Architecture & Environmental Design, (2002). Specialization: Digital Design for Planners

Tim Boyle

Richard Froelich

dk2475@columbia.edu

Peter Marcuse

Professor Emeritus of Urban Planning. Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1972), J.D., Yale Law School, (1952), M.A. Columbia University,(1963), M.U.S., (Master of Urban Studies), Yale School of Architecture, Department of City Planning, (1968), B.A., Harvard College (1948). Specialization: Social Justice in Planning.

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. Columbia College (1985), Columbia University School of Law (1988). Richard Froelich has been employed at the New York Housing Development Corporation as Senior Vice President and General Counsel since 2003. Prior to that he worked with the New York State Housing Finance Agency and the State of New York Mortgage Association. He is a member and past presdient of the American Bar Association's Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law. His specializations are public financing of housing and the legal issues related to public-private development projects.

Briavel Holcomb

pm35@columbia.edu

Elliott Sclar

Professor of Urban Planning (tenured). PhD Economics, (1972); M.A. Tufts, (1966); BA Hofstra, (1963). Specializations: Economic Development, International Development, Transportation Planning

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. Ph.D. Geography, University of Colorado (1972). Master of Arts in Geography, University of Colorado (1967). Diploma of Education, Oxford University, England (1964). B.Sc., Geography, University of Nottingham (1963). Specializations: Geography, womens issues in planning; planning for tourism and planning in cyberspace.

eds2@columbia.edu

Andrea Kahn

Assistant Professor of Urban Planning (nontenured, tenure track). Director of the Technological Change and Urban Social Policy Research Unit, Columbia University. Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Certificate, Economics, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, Switzerland. M.S. Physics, Yale University, B.A. Math & Physics, Smith College. Specializations: Industrial and Echnological Change and their links to social policies, health care and skills development. Also Institutional and Development theories, Microeconomics Research Design and Methodology.

Smita Srinivas

Adjunct Professor of Architecture. M.Arch, Princeton University; BA Bennington College. Specialization: Design for presentations; teaching architects and urban designers to articulate the merits of a strong idea to the public through presentaton skills and graphics.

Mohammad Karamouz

ss3079@columbia.edu

Assistant Professor of Urban Planning (nontenured, tenure track). Director of the Community, Capital and the City Action Research Lab (C3ARL), Columbia University. Ph.D. Urban Planning and Sociology, Rutgers University (2006), MBA Economics and Organizational Behavior, New York University (2000). Specializations: Local Economic Development, Neighborhood Change, Entrepreneurship and Neighborhood Economies, and race as a feature of socio-spatial vision and structure.

Stacey Sutton

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. Ph.D. Civil Engineering, Pudue University (1983); M.Sc. Environmental Engineering and Water Resources, George Washington Unviersity (1979); B.Sc. Civil Engineering, Shiraz University, Iran (1977). Professor Karamouz teaches Civil Engineering at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, and has also been affiliated with University of Tehran, Pratt Institute, and Purdue University. Specializations: Infrastructure, Water Delivery Systems in Urban Areas, Water Sustainability Issues.

Floyd Lapp

Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Planning. Masters and doctoral degrees in public administration, majoring in urban and regional planning, from New York Universitys Wagner School, (1964) and (1972). Specialization: Transportation Planning, Physical Planning.

ss3115@columbia.edu

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Peter Marcotullio

Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Planning. Research Fellow at The United Nations University, New York, NY. Ph.D. Urban Planning, Columbia University, (1996), M.A. Geography, Columbia University, (1989). M.A. Biology/Ecology, University of Pennsylvania, (1983 B.A. Major: Psychology; Minor: Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania, (1979). Specialization: Environmental Planning.

Graham Trelstad

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. M.E.S., Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, (1994), B.A., Urban Studies, Columbia University, (1989), Member APA and ULI; AICP Certification. Specialization: Environmental Review and Planning.

Sarah Williams

Jonathan Martin

Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Planning. Doctoral Candidate (ABD)Ph.D. City and Regional PlanningCornell University (2006 expected) Master of Regional Planning (MRP)Cornell University, 2001), BSD-Architecture, (1995 (Magna Cum Laude)Arizona State University, (1995). Specialization: Housing.

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Planning; Director of Geospatial Analysis and Remote Sensing, Columbia University Masters in City Planning, MIT, (2005), BA Clark University, (1997). Specialization: GIS, Mapping Urban Issues.

Lee Miller

Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Planning. JD Harvard Law School. Lee Miller is the Managing Director of NegotiationPlus.com, and a Senior Consultant with The Cabot Advisory Group. He works with organizations and individuals on how they can more effectively lead and influence others. His specialization is negotiation, a key part of any planners skill set.

Lionel McIntyre

Nancy and George Rupp Associate Professor in the Practice of Community Development. M.S. Urban Planning, Columbia University, (1988), B.A. Dillard University, (1987). Director of the Planning Program, Columbia University GSAPP from (1993 through (1999. Specialization: Community Development.

Associate Professor of Sociomedical Sciences, Mailman School of Public Health. Ph.D. Epidemiology, Columbia University College of Medicine, (1993), M.P.H. Environmental Health, Rutgers University, (1988), M.T. Medical Technology, Morristown (NJ) Memorial Hospital, (1981), B.A. Biochemistry, University of Virginia, (1980). Specialization: Public Health Planning.

Mary Northridge

Adjunct Professor of Urban Planning. Executive Director, Legal Service of New York City. J.D. New York University School of Law, (1978), B.A. University of Pennsylvania, Urban Studies, (1972). Specializations: Planning Law, Law and Social Change.

Andrew Scherer

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. President of the American Planning Association, New York Metro Chapter; member AICP; Consultant to Community Organizations on Development, Planning and Social Services. M.A. Political Science, Columbia University, B.A. Brooklyn College. Specializations: Politics and Community Planning/Advocacy.

Ethel Sheffer

Kian Tajbakhsh

Visiting Professor of Urban Planning. Ph.D., Columbia University, Urban Planning (1993); University College, London University, Development Planning Unit (D.P.U.); M.Sc.. Economics in Urban Development Planning. 1984; Imperial College, London University, B.Sc. Civil Engineering (Minor: Economics) 1983. Iranian Kian Tajbakhsh works as an international consultant in the areas of local government reform, urban planning, social policy and social science research. Specializations: Municipal Governance, Democracy Promotion, and Political Islam.

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CORNELL UNIVERSITY
City and Regional Planning
106 Sibley Hall Ithaca, New York 14853 Phone (607) 255-4331 Fax (607) 255-1971 www.crp.cornell.edu

BA/BS

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: Suggested high school courses Minimum GPA: Not required. Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Must take-no minimum score.

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS


Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 22 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 0 Hours of Restricted Electives (major) ..................................................... 18 Hours of University Distribution Requirement ....................................... 33 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................................................... 67 Other (Language) ....................................................................................... 6 Total Required Hours to Graduate from the University ........................ 120 Thesis or Final Product ...........................................................Not Required

Kieran P. Donaghy, Chair Phone: 607-255-4331 E-mail: crpchair@cornell.edu

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2010-11-early dec. .......................................November 1, 2009 Admission Deadline 2010-11-regular dec. ........................................ January 1, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 ........................................................ January 2, 2010 Tuition and Fees: ...................................................................... $18,875 per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................................$70 Additional Fee-Activity Fee .......................................................... $102 per semester Admissions Deadline 2010-11 ......................................................... January 10, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline for 2010-11 ................................................ January 10, 2010 Tuition and Fees: (Masters) ..................................................... $12,350 per semester Tuition and Fees: (PhD)............................................................ $14,750 per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................................$70 Additional Fees .... $35 Activity per semester, $1,590 Health Insurance (12 Months)

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

All Undergraduate aid is centrally administered through the University Financial Aid Office, all need-based.

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Mildred Warner, Director of Graduate Studies (607) 255-6816 mew15@cornell.edu

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate Masters (MRP) Masters (MA) Doctoral 71 182 35 62 73 240 24 77

Year Initiated: 1942 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/09.........................................................1248 Degrees Granted from 6/1/05 to 5/31/09 ................................................112

Accepted
40 109 21 11 43 137 15 9

Enrolled
28 34 8 5 29 58 8 6

08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10

Land Use, Environmental Planning and Design Historic Preservation Planning, Economic Development Planning: Communities and Regions, International Studies in Planning, Individualized Curriculum

Masters Specializations

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL:

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Planning Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Studies
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Richard S. Booth, Director (607) 255-4613 aap_admissions@cornell.edu

Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 General IBT (Internet Based TOEFL) Writing-20, Listening-15, Reading-20, Speaking-22 (University) Not Required No Requirements

Year Initiated: 1986 Degrees Granted through 5/31/09..........................................................558 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 5/31/09 .................................................26

MASTERS GRADUATION Requirements

Undergraduate Specializations
Urban and Regional Studies

Hours of Core ..................................................................................... 20-26 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................4 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................30 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................60 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ............ Oral exam on final writing project

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition and stipend awards:

Includes Master of Regional Planning, Master of Historic Preservation and Ph.D


Grants and Loans: Teaching Assistants Sage PhD Fellowships: Clarence Stein Awards: FLAS Fellowships: Diversity Sage Fellowships: Provost South Africa Fellowship: Summer Internships and Travel Awards

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009 2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Graduate Teaching Research Specialists 62-1st year, 35-2nd year (11) (2) (non-competitive) (9) (contact Michael Tomlan) (0) (3) (0) (29)

Male 1 34 2 0 2 1 1 4 45

Female 3 31 1 0 7 3 2 5 52

Total 4 65 3 0 9 4 3 9

Historic Preservation Planning Program


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Michael Tomlan, Director (607) 255-7261 mat4@cornell.edu

Year Initiated: 1975 Degrees Granted through 5/31/09...........................................................180 Degrees Granted from 6/1/05 to 5/31/09 ..................................................27

Masters Specializations
Historic Preservation
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Total Students

97

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 General IBT (Internet Based TOEFL) Writing-20, Listening-15, Reading-20, Speaking-22 (University) Not Required No Requirements

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Doctor of Philosophy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Mildred Warner, Director of Graduate Studies (607) 255-6816 mew15@cornell.edu

MASTERS GRADUATION Requirements

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................10 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................44 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................60 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ............ Oral exam on final writing project.

Year initiated: 1951 Degrees Granted through 5/31/2009......................................................275 Degrees Granted from 6/1/2005 to 5/31/2009 .........................................18

Sibley Hall

New York Fall Field Trip

Sibley Dome

Rebuildingtheninth.org web page regarding Katrina

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Land Use and Environmental Planning, Historic Preservation Planning, Economic Development Planning: Communities and Regions, International Studies in Planning, Individualized Curriculum

Doctoral Specializations

PLANNING FACULTY
Lourdes Beneria
Professor. Lic., University of Barcelona (1961); M.Phil. (1974) and Ph.D; (1975), Columbia University. Specializations: Labor Markets, Womens Work, Globalization, Gender and Development, European Integration, Latin American Development. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL:

Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Masters degree from an accredited institution Very high General IBT (Internet Based TOEFL) Writing-20, Listening-15, Reading-20, Speaking-22 (University) Not Required No Requirements

(607) 255-2148

lb21@cornell.edu

Richard S. Booth

Director of Urban and Regional Studies Program, Professor. BA, Amherst College (1968); JD, George Washington University (1972). Specializations: Land Use and Environmental Law, Regional Land Use Planning, Critical Area Preservation, Historic Preservation Law, Environmental Politics. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-4025

rsb6@cornell.edu

Nancy Brooks
DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Semesters in Residence...............................................................................6 Passing Qualifying Exam-Admission to Candidacy ..................... A-Exam Completion of Dissertation Defense of Dissertation................................................................... B-Exam

Visiting Associate Professor. BA, College of William and Mary (1985); Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, (1995). Specializations: Public Economics, Urban Economics, Environmental Economics and Research Methods. http://www.crp.cornell.edu Professor. BA, University of Minnesota (1972); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1983); Specializations: Labor Markets, Labor Flexibility, Economic Development, Media Industries, Market Governance, European Studies. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Susan M. Christopherson

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

(607) 255-8772

smc23@cornell.edu

Male 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 8

Female 1 6 2 0 0 0 0 10

Total 1 12 2 0 0 0 0 18

Associate Professor. AB (1978), M.Arch (1982, University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Historic Preservation Design & Planning, Architecture, Cultural Landscapes. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Jeffrey Chusid

(607) 254-8579

jmc286@cornell.edu

Pierre Clavel

Professor. AB, Haverford College (1957); MRP, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, (1959) and Ph.D. (1966), Cornell University. Specializations: Politics, Administration, Local Economic Development. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-6212

pc29@cornell.edu

Chair and Professor. BA, SUNY, Albany, (1978), MS (1984) PhD (1987, Cornell University. Specializations: Dynamic Systems Modeling, Globalization, Macroeconomic Policy, Regional Planning, International Conflict, Environmental Policy. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Kieran Donaghy

(607) 254-4865

kpd23@cornell.edu

Total Students

14

19

33

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Professor. BS (1970), MS (1971), MCP (1975) and Ph.D. (1978), University of California at Berkeley. Specializations: Participatory Planning Process, Ethics and Deliberative Democracy, Public Dispute Resolution and Multi-party Mediated Negotiations, Oral Histories of Planning Practitioners. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

John Forester

(607) 255-5179

jff1@cornell.edu

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Ann Forsyth

Professor. BSc, University of Sydney (1985), MA University of California, Los Angeles (1989), Ph.D. Cornell University, (1993) Specializations: Social Aspects of Physical Planning and Urban Design, Urban and Environmental Theory, Gender and Diversity, Research Methods, Professional Ethics, Planning and Design Education. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Faculty Director of Cornell Urban Scholars Program (CUSP),Sr. Lecturer. BA, Rice University (1971), University of Pennsylvania (1976), MCP. Specializations: Community economic development and program incubation efforts, Neighborhood development and residential displacement issues http://www.crp.cornell.edu

John Nettleton

David Funk

(607) 255-8210

jsn10@cornell.edu

Senior Lecturer and Director, Program in Real Estate. BA (1986) MA (1987) Ohio University, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, (1999). Specializations: Use of Real Estate Gifts in Fundraising, Real Estate Transactions, Property Management, University Administration, International Education and Programs. http://www.crp.cornell.edu or http://www.realestate.cornell.edu Director of International Studies in Planning, Professor. BSCE, University of California, Berkeley (1963); Ph.D.,Cornell University (1968). Specializations: United States Urban Policy, Political Economy, International Urbanization, Development and Underdevelopment, Latin America and the Caribbean. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Porus Olpadwala

William W. Goldsmith

Professor. MBA, University of Calcutta (1972); MRP (1976) and Ph.D. (1979), Cornell University. Specializations: Political Economy, Comparative International Development, International Urbanization, Technology Development and Transfer, Transnational Corporation, Asia & Western Europe http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-2957

pdo1@cornell.edu

(607) 255-2333

wwg1@cornell.edu

Senior Lecturer. BS, Cornell University (1963); MBA, University of California (1967). Specializations: Urban Redevelopment and Large Scale Community Development. http://www.crp.cornell.edu or http://www.realestate.cornell.edu/

C. Brad Olson

(607) 255-1114

cbo3@cornell.edu AICP

Post-doctural Associate. University of North Carolina (2007) PhD, London School of Economics (1997) MS; Universidad de las Americas (Mexico) Bachelors (1994). Specializations: Economic development, Regional economics, globalization and trade openness, Poverty and inequality, Effect of corruption on economic growth http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Marcela Gonzalez-Rivas

Rolf Pendall

(607) 255-3489

mg265@cornell.edu

Associate Professor. BA, Kenyon College (1984); MSCRP, University of Texas, Austin (1989); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1995). Specializations: Land Use Planning, State, Regional, and Local Growth Management, Zoning and Subdivision Regulation, Affordable Housing, Domestic (US) Environmental Planning & Policy. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-5561

rip17@cornell.edu

Neema Kudva

Associate Professor. Dip. Arch., CEPT, India (1989); M.Arch./ MCP (1993) and Ph.D. (2001), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: International Development Planning, Non-Government Organizations, Community Based Planning Practices, International Urbanization. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Arturo Sanchez

(607) 255-3939

nk78@cornell.edu

Assistant Professor. BA, St. Francis College, (1971), MA, New York University, (1974), MS, Columbia University (1982), PhD, Columbia University, (2003). Specialization: Latina/o Studies, Transnationalism, Immigration Theory, Latin American Urban Economic Restructuring, Global Cities. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-6226

as875@cornell.edu

Assistant Professor. BA, Pomona College, (1987), MA (1997) PhD (2006), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Racism and Space, City and Communities of Color, Asian American Studies, Social Movements, Racial Theory, Property. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Clement Lai

(607) 254-6540

CKL28@cornell.edu

Assistant Professor. BA, Washington University, (1995), MLA, University of Washington, (2000), PhD, Rutgers University, (2006). Specialization: Environmental Planning, Social Context of Open Space: Preservation, Planning in International Comparison, Urban Design, Privatization of Public Space Provision. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Stephen Schmidt

David Lewis

(607) 254-4846

sjs962@cornell.edu

Professor. BS (1962) and MS (1966), Stanford University; Ph.D., Cornell University (1973). Specializations: Science and Technology Policy in Developing Nations, Quantitative Methods for Policy Evaluation, Rural Development, Project Planning, Development Management, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Michael Tomlan

(607) 255-0177

DBL2@cornell.edu

Director Historic Preservation Planning Program, Professor. B.Arch., University of Tennessee (1973); MA, Columbia University (1976); Ph.D., Cornell University (1983). Specializations: Building Conservation Technology, Documentation Methods for Preservation, History of the Preservation Movement, China, India, Canada. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-7261

mat4@cornell.edu

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Mildred Warner

Director Graduate Studies City and Regional Planning, Professor. BA, Oberlin College (1979); MS (1985) and Ph.D.(1997), Cornell University. Specializations: Community Development, Economic Development, State & Local Government Policy. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-6816

mew15@cornell.edu

Research Associate Professor. BA (1961), MS (1978) and Ph.D.(1988), Cornell University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, ,International Development & Planning, Natural Resource Planning, Political Economy, Politics and Governance. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Barbara Lynch

(607) 255-2186

BDL5@cornell.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Senior Lecturer. BS, Cornell University (1953); MBA, Harvard University (1957). Specializations: Commercial Real Estate Management and Marketing. http://www.crp.cornell.edu or http://www.realestate.cornell.edu

Robert Abrams

Professor Emeritus. AB, Dartmouth (1943); MRP, Cornell University (1947). Specializations: History of American City Planning. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

John Reps

(607) 255-5391

jwr2@cornell.edu

Sidney Saltzman

(607) 255-1748

rha3@cornell.edu

Iwan Azis

Professor. AB University of Indonesia (1978), MS (1982) and Ph.D. (1983), Cornell University. Specializations: Sectoral and Regional Modeling, CGE and Econometric Modeling for Policy Analysis and Forecasting, Decision-Making Analysis. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Professor Emeritus. BS (1943), MS (1950) and Ph.D. (1963). Specializations: Regional Modeling, Public Policy Analysis & Management, Regional Development in Developing Nations, Indonesia, the Middle East, Russia. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-4271

ss47@cornell.edu FAICP

Stuart W. Stein

(607) 255-4271

ija1@cornell.edu

Sherene Baugher

Associate Professor and Acting Director Archaeology Program. BA (1969), MA, Hunter College, CUNY (1971); MA (1976), MUP (1976) and Ph.D. (1978), State University of New York, Stony Brook. Specializations: Historic Preservation, American Indians and Planners, Urban Planning History, Urban Archaeology, Canada and Mexico. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Professor Emeritus. MCP, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1954). Specializations: Urban Land Use, Planning Design, Housing, Historic Preservation, Local Government in Development, Urban Planning Practice. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-4331

sws8@cornell.edu

Roger Trancik

(607) 255-1648

sbb8@cornell.edu

Matthew Drennan

Professor Emeritus. MLA, Harvard University (1968). Specializations: Urban Design, Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning, Spatial Design Theory and Analysis, International Studies in Scandinavia, Italy, and Panama. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Professor Emeritus. BS, University of Detroit (1959); MA, University of Michigan (1962); Ph.D., New York University (1971). Specializations: Microeconomics, Public Finance, Basic Statistics, Urban Economics, Economic Transformation, Fiscal Conditions of Cities and States. http://www.crp.cornell.edu Professor Emeritus. BA, Temple University (1939), MA University of Chicago (1941), Ph.D., Harvard University (1943). Specializations: Regional Science and Policy Planning, Conflict-Management Procedures, Peace Science, General Social Science Theory & Methods. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-6229

rtt2@cornell.edu

Thomas Vietorisz

Walter Isard

Adjunct Professor. BA, Massachusetts of Technology (1952), Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1956). Specializations: Regional, Industrial and International Development, Human Resources/Corporate Strategy, International Joint Ventures. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

(607) 255-2333

tv12@cornell.edu

(607) 255-3306

wi11@cornell.edu

Executive Director of Cornell University Advance. BA Hebrew University (1994), M.Sc.Pl. (1998) and Ph.D. (2003), University of Toronto, Canada. Specializations: Human Capital & Regional Economic Development, Local & Regional Economic Development Policy & Planning, Sustainable Transportation Planning. http://www.crp.cornell.edu

Yael Levitte

(607) 255-6545

yl343@cornell.edu

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EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY


Department of Urban Planning, Public and Health Administration
668 North Riverpoint Spokane, Washington 99202 Phone (509) 358-2230 Fax (509) 358-2267 E-mail: rmorgan@ewu.edu www.ewu.edu/x10390.xml Fred Hurand, Chair Phone (509) 358-2229 E-mail: fhurand@mail.ewu.edu

BA/BS PAB

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: None Required 2.0 Either SAT or ACT

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core, Including Studio ............................................................. 73 Hours of Restricted Electives .................................................................. 17 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................................................... 28 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 90 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 180 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................ Not required

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Two scholarships available, eligibility based on academics and need.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2005-0 .................................................... No Deadline Financial Aid Deadline 2005-06 .............................................. No Deadline In-State Tuition and Fees ................................................. $1682 per quarter Out-of State Tuition and Fees .......................................... $4456 per quarter Application Fee .......................................................................................$50 Additional Fee.................................................................... $435 per quarter

MASTERS DEGREE
Master in Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Fred Hurand, Chair (509) 358-2229 fhurand@mail.ewu.edu

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Year Initiated: 1978 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/08...........................................................232 Degrees Granted from 9/11/08 to 8/31/09 ................................................11

Admission Deadline 2005-06 ...................................................No Deadline Financial Aid Deadline 2005-06 ...............................................No Deadline In-State Tuition and Fees .................................................$2492 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees..........................................$6010 per quarter Application Fee: ..................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees: .................................................................$435 per quarter

Masters Specializations
Tribal Planning Environmental Planning, Small Town Planning

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Undergraduate Masters 20 17 20 19 Accepted 20 12 19 19 Enrolled 11 9 9 13
07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BA in Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Fred A. Hurand, Chair and Undergraduate Advisor (509) 358-2229 fhurand@ewu.edu

None Required 3.0 Not Required Not Required Not Required Two letters of recommendation and a letter of interest.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/08...........................................................534 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................5

Hours of Core, including studio ...............................................................46 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................26 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................72 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ......................... Comprehensive Exam and Research Report required

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Undergraduate Specializations
Urban and Regional Planning
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Three work study grants available, eligibility based on academics and need. Two scholarships available, eligibility based on academics and need.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Dont Know Non-US Citizens Total Students Male 0 17 0 0 1 0 0 0 18 Female 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 8 Total 0 24 0 1 1 0 0 0 26

Professor. AB, University of California, Los Angeles; MCP, San Diego State University; PhD, University of Washington. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Growth Management, Sustainable Communities, Comparative Urbanization.

Gabor Zovanyi

(509) 358-2228

gzovanyi@mail.ewu.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Michael Folsom
Professor. BS, Portland State; MA, Michigan State; PhD, Michigan State. Specializations: Physical Geography, Wetlands Science, Environmental Planning.

(509) 359-2460

mfolsom@mail.ewu.edu

William Grimes

Lecturer. BA, University of California, Riverside; MURP, Cal State Pomona. Specializations: Urban Design, Land Development, Urban Morphology, Comparative Urbanization.

(509) 835-3770

bgrimes@studiocascade.com

Larry Luton

Professor. BS, University of Tennessee; MA, Claremont; PhD, Claremont. Specializations: Planning Methods, Public Administration.

(509) 358-2247

lluton@mail.ewu.edu

Terry Novak

Professor. BA, South Dakota State; MA, University of Colorado; PhD, University of Colorado. Specializations: Public Administration, Public Finance.

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

(509) 358-2261

tnovak@mail.ewu.edu

PLANNING FACULTY
Charles Dotson
Lecturer. BA, Eastern Washington University; M. Environmental Science, Western Washington University. Specializations:Planning Administration.

Robert Quinn

Professor. BS, MS, PhD, Oregon State. Specializations: Physical Geography, Meteorology.

(509) 359-7050

rquinn@mail.ewu.edu

(509) 559-5818

charlesdotson48@cs.com

Daniel Turbeville

Professor. B.Arch, Ohio State; MUR, University of Washington; PhD, Pennsylvania State University. Specializations: Urban Design, Land Use Planning, Disaster Mitigation, Environment/Behavior Studies.

Fred A. Hurand

Professor. BS, University of South Carolina; MA, Western Washington University; PhD, Simon Fraser. Specializations: Physical Geography, Human Geography, Architectural History.

(509) 359-2270

dturbeville@mail.ewu.edu

(509) 358-2229

fhurand@mail.ewu.edu

Stacy Warren

William Kelley

Associate Professor. BA, University of Delaware; MA, Clark University; PhD, University of British Columbia. Specializations: GIS

Professor. BA, Pan American University; MURP, Texas A&M; ABD, University of Washington. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Planning Methods, Small Town Planning.

(509) 359-7962

swarren@mail.ewu.edu

Robert Zinke

(509) 358-2226

wkelley@mail.ewu.edu

Professor. BA, Washington State; MA, Drew University; PhD, New York University.

Richard Rolland

Lecturer. BS, Portland State; MURP, Eastern Washington University. Specializations: Tribal Planning, Tribal Transportation Planning.

Dick Winchell

Professor. BA, Wartburg College; MURP, University of ColoradoDenver; PhD, Arizona State University. Specializations: Community Development, Tribal Planning, Neighborhood Planning, Housing.

(509) 358-2214

dwinchell@mail.ewu.edu

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FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY


Urban and Regional Planning
111 East Las Olas, HEC, Suite 1009B Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Phone (954) 762-5652 Fax (954) 762-5673 Email: durp@fau.edu http://www.fau.edu/surp Jaap Vos, Director Phone: (954) 762-5653 E-mail:jvos@fau.edu

PAB

BA/BS MA/MS PAB PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


School Requirement: Completion of Associate Degree or 60 credits of approved lower level college courses Minimum GPA: 2 (University) Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: 860-1140 (University)

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 39 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 3 Hours of Restricted Elective ...................................................................... 6 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ................................................................ 15 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 60 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................Final Project

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


None

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline ......................................................................................... June 1 Financial Aid Deadline ...................................................................................... None In-State Tuition and Fees: .......................................$122.06 credit hour per semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees: ..........$579.82 credit hour per semester Other: .........................................................................................................................0 Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$30 Additional Fees: .......................................................................Lab fees approx. $100 Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program .......................................... July 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program............................ February 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: .......................................$270.40 credit hour per semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees: ..........$915.87 credit hour per semester Other: .........................................................................................................................0 Application Fee ......................................................................................................$30 Additional Fees: .......................................................................Lab fees approx. $100

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Jaap Vos, Director (954) 762-5653 jvos@fau.edu

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Year Initiated: 1989 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/08...........................................................159 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................9

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate Masters 55 59 88 64

Economic Development and Tourism, Environmental Planning,


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: School Requirement:

Masters Specializations

Accepted Enrolled
35 26 50 27 29 15 39 17

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Asli Ceylan Oner, Coordinator (954) 762-5652 aoner@fau.edu

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution & GPA 2.5 3.0 (Department) 1000 550 Not Required Personal statement and two reference letters

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Year Initiated:1997 Degrees Granted through 8/31/08...........................................................186 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................27

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................9 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................9 Total Required Hours in Planning Program: ............................................48 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ..........................................Planning Project

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10 2 to 4

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

1 Eligibility Criteria:

Excellence in Planning Scholarships Environmental Growth Management Fellowships per Year. Innovation in planning GPA above 3.2 GRE above 1200

Professor. BS, University of the West Indies; MS, University of Puerto Rico; Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Specializations: GIS and Planning Technology, Emergency Management.

Ann-Margaret Esnard

(954) 762-5646

aesnard@fau.edu

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Yanmei Li

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Ohio State. MA, Beijing Normal University in China. Specializations: Statistics, Geography and Urban Planning.

(954) 762-5037

yli22@fau.edu

Male 4 13 1 0 0 0 0 1 19

Female 6 9 5 1 1 0 0 1 23

Total 10 22 6 1 1 0 0 2 42

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., University of Cincinnati. MA, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis. Specializations: GIS Applications, GIS Data Collection, Environmental Modeling.

Diana Mitsova

(954) 762-5674

dmitsova@fau.edu

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., University of Virginia Tech. MA, London School of Economics and Political Science, London. Specializations: Globalization Planning and Governance of Global Cities.

Asli Ceylan Oner

(954) 762-5357

aoner@fau.edu

FYI
The School of Urban and Regional Planing is a locus of scholars, teachers, practitioners, agents and students committed to the continuous improvement of urban regions and the planning enterprise through research, teaching and service. The School provides an environment to discuss, develop and disseminate new ideas and concepts, and contribute to the practice of planning directed towards a future that is environmentally, economically and humanly beneficial. The focus of our work relies on the recognition and use of multi-scalar connections and interactions of systems and planning activities including policy framework development, participatory decision-making and community stewardship. The School seeks to exploit the potential of emerging technologies and collaborative engagement in creative and innovative ways. Current initiatives include global urban network's climate change, metropolitan form, disaster management, place making, healthy cities and housing market issues.

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Jaap Vos
Associate Professor. MS, Wageningen University; Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Equity, Sustainable Development, Climate Change.

(954) 762-5653

jvos@fau.edu

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., University of Melbourne. MA, University of Melbourne, Australia. Specializations: Architecture and Urban Design theory, Sustainable Urban Design.

Kasama Polakit

(954) 762-5655

kpolakit@fau.edu

David Prosperi

Professor. AB Geography, Villanova University; MA, Temple University; Ph.D., Indiana University. Specializations: Citizen Participation and Internet, E-Government, Economic Development.

(954) 762 5642

prosperi@fau.edu

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FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY


Department Of Urban & Regional Planning
113 Collegiate Loop Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2280 Phone (850) 644-4510 Fax (850) 645-4841 durp@coss.fsu.edu http://fsu.edu/~durp Timothy S. Chapin, Department Chair Phone: (850) 644-4510 E-mail: tchapin@fsu.edu

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................21 Capstone (Research paper, studio or thesis) ...............................................3 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................12 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

1-3 University Fellows, stipend of $18,000, IS/OS tuition. Based on GRE upward of 1300; outstanding GPA. 1 Doctoral Presidential Fellow, stipend of $23,000, IS/OS tuition. Based on GRE upward of 1300; outstanding GPA. 3-6 Doctoral awards, stipend of $13,500, IS/OS tuition. Based on merit and need. 4-7 Research Assistants, stipend of $6,500, IS/OS tuition. Based on merit and need. 2 Transit fellows, stipend of $15,000, IS/OS tuition. Awarded to outstanding students wishing to pursue careers in public transportation planning. Cooperative Internship awards, stipend of $7,500-$8,200, IS/OS tuition. Based on merit and need.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Only Deadline (US) Fall term ......................................................... July 1 Admission and Financial Aid (US) Fall term.. .....................February 15 Admission and Financial Aid (International) Fall term......................... November 15 In-state Tuition and Fees Per Term ................................................................... $3,370 Out-of-state Tuition and Fees Per Term ......................................................... $10,946 Application Fee ...................................................................................................... $30 Additional Fees .......................................................................................................... 0

Annual Student Enrollment Applied Masters Doctoral


150 33 130 29

Accepted
92 7 72 8

Enrolled
60 3 49 3

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

MASTERS DEGREE
Master in Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Jeffrey R. Brown (850) 644-4510 jrbrown3@fsu.edu

TOTAL * MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Total Male Female Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

6 47 10 1 2 0 1 1 62

3 33 6 0 3 0 1 0 43

9 80 16 1 5 0 2 1 105

Year Initiated: 1965 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 12/31/08......................................................1,141 Degrees Granted from 01/01/08 to 12/31/08 ............................................34

Environmental and Natural Resource Planning, Growth Management and Comprehensive Planning, Housing and Community Development, Transportation Planning, Planning for Developing Areas
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors from an accredited institution 3.0 1000 550 Not Required No Requirement

Masters Specializations

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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DOCTORAL DEGREE
Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Rebecca S. Miles (850) 644-4510 rmiles@fsu.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 4 8

Female 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 4 8

Total 0 6 2 0 0 0 0 8 16

Year initiated: 1972 Degrees Granted through 12/31/2008......................................................49 Degrees Granted from 01/01/08 to 12/31/08 .............................................3 Dissertations Granted from 01/01/2008 to 12/31/2008 1. Housing and Urban Development in a Post-Soviet City: A Case Study of Vilnius, Lituhania. 2. Social Capital and Philanthropic Contributions to Community Development Organizations: A Case of Florida's Neighborhood Assistance Program 3. Means, Ends and the Constitution of 'Good' Planning: Evaluating the Tax Increment Finaincing Approach to Redevelopment in Florida.

Alternative Transportation in the Modern City, Built Environment and Public Health, Environmental and Natural Hazards Planning Strategies, Growth Management and Comprehensive Planning, Race and Planning, Social and Spatial Contexts of Urban Change, and Transportation and Accessibility.
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Departmental Requirement: 1000 550 3.0 Masters degree in urban planning, urban studies, environmental studies, policy science, law, social science.

Doctoral Specializations

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Ivonne Audirac
Associate Professor. B.Arch., Technologico de Monterrey, MX (1978); M.A., Colorado State University (1982); MURP and Ph.D., University of Florida (1987). Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management; Environmental Planning; International Development. http://www.fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 iaudirac@fsu.edu

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Theory ........................................................................................21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Application Area .......................................................................................12 Methods.......................................................................................................9 Dissertation ...............................................................................................24 Total ..........................................................................................................66 Exams or Written Requirements: Qualifying and Comprehensive Exams

Jeffrey Brown

Associate Professor. BA (1996), MA (1998) and Ph.D., UCLA (2003). Specializations: Transportation Planning, Methods, Geographic Information Systems. http://www.fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 jrbrown3@fsu.edu

Associate Professor and Chair. BA, Emory University (1992); MCP, Georgia Institute Technology (1994); Ph.D., University of Washington (1999). Specializations: Economic Development, Infrastructure/Public Services, Land Use/Growth Management, Quantitative Methods. http://www.fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 tchapin@fsu.edu

Timothy Chapin

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Christopher Coutts

Assistant Professor. B.C.H., New Mexico State University (1997); M.P.H., New Mexico State University (2003); Ph.D., University of Michigan (2006). Specializations: Community Health and Health Behavior. http://fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 ccoutts@fsu.edu

Professor. AB, University of California, Davis (1968); MCP, University of California, Berkeley (1970); Ph.D., University of California, Irvine (1987). Specializations: Transportation Policy and Analysis, Planning History, Transportation Methods. http://www.fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 glthompson@fsu.edu

Gregory Thompson

Robert Deyle

Professor. BA, Dartmouth College (1972); MS, Duke University (1977); Ph.D., State University of New York, Syracuse (1987). Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy Analysis, Plan Implementation, Geographic Information Systems, Natural Resource Planning. http://www.fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 rdeyle@fsu.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Karen Jumonville
Adjunct. B.S., Florida State University (1994); MSP, Florida State University )1997). Specializations: Growth Management, Land Use and Environmental Planning.

Steve Leitman

Petra Doan

Associate Professor. BA, Haverford College (1977); MRP (1984); Ph.D. (1988), Cornell University. Specializations: Gender Studies and Planning, International Development, Infrastructure/Public Services, Metropolitan/Regional Planning and Rural Development. http://www.fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 pdoan@fsu.edu Senior Planner: B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2001), M.S.P. Florida State University (2004). Specialization: Transportation planning. http://fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 pkoeppel@fsu.edu

Adjunct. B.A., Florida Atlantic University (1972); M.S.P., Florida State University (1977). Specializations: Environmental Planning.

Tom Taylor

Adjunct. BA, Iowa State University (1970); MS, New Orleans University (1980); Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (1989). Specializations: Negotiation and Conflict Management. http://consensus.fsu.edu

Peter Koeppel

FYI
FSU DURP is the oldest accredited planning program in the State of Florida and since 1965 has graduated over 1,200 students with Masters and Ph.D.'s in urban and regional planning. As such, FSU DURP is one of the largest producers of planners in the nation. FSU DURP's faculty are dedicated to preparing their Master's and Ph.D. students for careers as leaders in planning practice and university teaching and research. The program has also added three certificate programs that reflect interest from students for training in specific areas in demand by employers. Masters and PhD students can earn certificates in Conflict Resolution, Real Estate, and Urban Design. These certificates build upon DURPs connections to other campus units, including the Florida Conflict Resolution Consortium and the College of Business. 90-100 percent of FSU DURP's master's students obtain planning positions within a few months of graduation and recent Ph.D. graduates have obtained planning school teaching positions at the University of Iowa, Oklahoma University, Texas A and M University, University of Minnesota, Izmir Institute of Technology, University of Toledo, and Queensland University of Technology. Graduates of both programs are now employed in 49 states and over 38 foreign nations as professional staff in private consulting firms, development companies, law firms, universities, research organizations, and in local, state, regional, and national offices. FSU DURP endeavors to attract a large and diverse set of students to urban planning. In recent years, approximately half of the incoming graduate students have received financial aid generated by the Department. Much of this aid comes from sources external to Florida State such as grants, contracts, and gifts.

Assistant Professor. B.B.A., Howard University (1987); M.C.R.P., Morgan State University, (1995); Ph. D., Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey (2001). Specializations: Housing and Community Development, Role of Non-Profits in Community Development. http://fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 jslowe@.fsu.edu

Jeffrey S. Lowe

Rebecca Miles

Professor. BA, Harvard University (1977); MRP (1983); Ph.D. (1988), Cornell University. Specializations: Gender Studies and Planning, International Development, Rural Development, Community Health Planning. http://www.fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 rmiles@fsu.edu

Melissa Saunders

Planner in Residence. B.A., University of Wisconsin, Madison (1981); M.A. Rutgers University, New Brunswick (1986); M.C.P., University of Pennyslvania (2001); Ph.D., University of Pennyslvania (2008). Specializations: Urban Design and Site Planning, Land Use Planning http://www.fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 msaunders@fsu.edu

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FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY


Department of Geography
101 Braddock Road Frostburg, MD 21432 Phone: 301-687-4369 Fax: 301-687-4495 http://www.frostburg.edu/dept/geog/ Dr. Craig Caupp, Department Chair Phone: 301-687-4755 E-mail:ccaupp@frostburg.edu

BS

ACSP Member: ASSOCIATE

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

General Education Program ......................................................................40 Introductory Level Courses ......................................................................25 Professional Core Courses ........................................................................34 Major Electives ...........................................................................................6 Advanced Planning Focus ..........................................................................6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..........................................120 Thesis or internship......................................................................... optional

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION:

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline .......................................................................................... rolling Financial Aid Deadline .....................................................................................April 1 In-State Tuition and Fees ..............................................................$3275 per semester Contiguous County Tuition and Fees ...........................................$6235 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.......................................................$8081 per semester Application Fee ...................................................................................................... $30

Students are eligible for numerous need and merit based scholarships. In addition, the endowed Edith and William Bullamore Scholarships are limited to Urban and Regional Planning majors. Call the Financial Aid Office at (301) 687- 4301.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
Bachelor of Science (with a major in Environmental Analysis and Planning)
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Craig Caupp (301) 687-4755 ccaupp@frostburg.edu

Annual Student Enrollment


07/08 07/08

Undergraduate

53

55

Year initiated: 1980.............................................................Not accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................200 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 .................................................. 8

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dr. Henry W. Bullamore (301) 687-4413 hbullamore@frostburg.edu

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

General Education Program ......................................................................40 Courses in Biology ............................................................................. 21-23 Courses in Geography......................................................................... 46-47 Other Required Courses ...................................................................... 17-18 Total Required Hours .............................................................................120 Thesis or Internship ........................................................................ optional

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION:

Year Initiated: 2002 Not accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................24 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................4

Students are eligible for numerous need and merit based scholarships. In addition, the endowed Walter Brock Scholarships are limited to Environmental Analysis and Planning majors. Call the Financial Aid Office at (301) 687- 4301.

PLANNING FACULTY
Undergraduate Planning Focus Options:
Community Planning, Tourism Development, Mapping Science, and Environmental Planning Henry W. Bullamore
Professor. BA, Valparaiso University (1971), MA, University of Illinois (1973), Ph. D., University of Iowa (1978). Specializations: Urban Geography, Urban Planning, Comparative Planning, Small Town Planning. AICP (301) 687-4413 hbullamore@frostburg.edu

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirements: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores:

Admission to University Core High School Courses required SAT required, no minimum

Professor and Chair. BS, Ball State University (1970), MS, Indiana University (1979), Ph.D., Utah State University (1987). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Land Development, Environmental Law. (301) 687-4755 ccaupp@frostburg.edu

Craig C. Caupp

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Professor. BS, University of New Hampshire, MS University of Minnesota, Ph. D., West Virginia University. Specializations: Urban Economics, Public Finance, Regional Development (301) 687-4418 mdalton@frostburg.edu

Margaret M. Dalton

FYI
Frostburg State University offers the only undergraduate major in urban and regional planning in Maryland. The major in urban and regional planning, begun in 2002, replaces the concentration in urban planning that was completed by more than 200 graduates since it began in 1970. The Environmental Analysis and Planning major began as a program to train specialists in coal mine reclamation, and was revised in 1990 to have a broader focus on environmental planning. Internships for 9 or 15 credits are offered each semester and summer. Students must apply and meet academic progress requirements to earn internship credit. Planning programs are coordinated within the Department of Geography which has labs for environmental science, field equipment, and four computer laboratories for GIS, mapping science and environmental design. Students in both planning programs must complete a capstone project, but the experience is built into required courses. Also, several major courses meet general education requirements of the university (17 hours in urban and regional planning, and 18 hours in environmental analysis and planning) allowing students to complete minors or second majors in other fields.

Fritz Kessler

Associate Professor. BS, Ohio University (1988), MS, Pennsylvania State University (1991), Ph.D., University of Kansas (1999). Specializations: Mapping Science, Cartographic Design. (301) 687-4266 fkessler@frostburg.edu

Assistant Professor. BS, Frostburg State University, MA, West Virginia University, Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Specializations: Urban Sociology, Community Development, urban Ecology (301) 687-3162 jmcmullen@frostburg.edu

John McMullen

John ORorke

Associate Professor. BA, Williams College, MPA, State University of New York at Albany, Ph. D., University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Public Administration, Urban Politics (301) 687-4277 jororke@frostburg.edu

Francis Precht

Professor. BS, Towson University, MA, Michigan State University, Ph.D., University of Georgia. Specialization: Conservation and Resource Management, Geographic Information Science (301) 687-4440 fprecht@frostburg.edu

Assistant Professor. BS, University of Nebraska (1998), MS, Texas State University (2000), Ph.D., University of Kansas (2006). Specializations: Remote Sensing, Geographic Information Systems. (301) 687-4412 mramspott@frostburg.edu

Matthew E. Ramspott

James C. Saku

Associate Professor. BA, University of Cape Coast (1985), MA, Wilfrid Laurier University (1991), Ph. D., University of Saskatchewan (1995). Specializations: Economic Development, Regional Planning. (301) 687-4724 jsaku@frostburg.edu

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GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


City and Regional Planning Program College of Architecture
245 Fourth Street, NW Suite 204 Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0155 Phone (404) 894-2350 Fax (404) 894-1628 www.planning.gatech.edu Bruce Stiftel, Director Phone (404) 894-2350 E-mail: crp@coa.gatech.edu
MASTERS DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MA/MS PAB
University Admission Policy:

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited Institution 3.0 450V/550Q /4.0AW 600/250/100 Not Required 3-Letters, specific essays.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Admission Deadline 2010-11 ...........................................................................April 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11...............................................................February 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: .......................................................... $4,160 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..................................................$13,196 per semester Application Fee: ..................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees: ..............................................................................$579 per semester

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................20 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................4 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................15 Applied Research Paper ..............................................................................4 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................55 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ............Degree completed through Applied Research Option Paper or Thesis

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

DOCTORAL DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Admission Deadline 2009-10 .....................................................................January 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .................................................................January 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: .......................................................... $4,160 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..................................................$13,196 per semester Application Fee: ..................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees: ..............................................................................$579 per semester

Fellowship: $7,200 - $12,000/AY Stipend, plus tuition Graduate Research Assistantship: $7,042 -$8,240 /AY Stipend, plus tuition Co-Op Internship: Variable Awards: $500 $2,000 Loans: Need Based Work-Study: Need Based

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents Total Students Male 2 65 8 0 3 0 0 4 82 Female 4 56 6 0 3 2 2 6 77 Total 6 121 14 0 6 2 2 10 159

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters Doctoral 122 16 149 38

Accepted
70 4 86 9

Enrolled
46 1 49 6

08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10

Master of City and Regional Planning


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dracy R. Blackwell (404) 894-2352 dracy.blackwell@coa.gatech.edu

MASTERS DEGREE

Year Initiated: 1952 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09........................................................1,174 Degrees Granted from 09/01/07 to 08/31/09 ............................................35

Economic Development, Environmental Planning, Transportation, Land Use, Geographic Information Systems, Land and Community Development, Urban Design

Masters Specializations

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 15th Edition | Page 49

DUAL DEGREES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:


1. Urban Design: MCRP and MArch (with the Georgia Tech Architecture Program). 2. Transportation: MCRP and MSCE (with the Georgia Tech School of Civil and Environmental Engineering). 3. Law: MCRP and JD (with the Georgia State University College of Law). 4. Water Resources: MCRP and MSCE (with the Georgia Tech School of Civil and Environmental Engineering). 5. Environmental Engineering: MCRP and MSCE (with the Georgia Tech School of Civil and Environmental Engineering). 6. Public Policy: MCRP and MSPP (with the Georgia Tech School of Public Policy).

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 4 9 Female 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 Total 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 8 17

DOCTORAL DEGREE
City and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dr. Michael Elliott, Ph.D. Coordinator (404) 894-9841 michael.elliott@coa.gatech.edu

Year initiated: 1982 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2009........................................................12 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2009 ...........................................2 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2009 1. The Application of Advanced Inventory Techniques in Urban Inventory Data Development to Earthquake Risk Modeling and Mitigation in MidAmerica. 2 Georgias Structurally Unemployed Workers: Do State Jobs Training Program Help?

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Michael A. Dobbins
Professor of Practice. BA, Yale University (1960); M Arch, Yale University (1965). Specializations: Urban Design, Community Planning. (404) 385-4243 michael.dobbins@coa.gatech.edu

Housing, Community and Economic Development; Land Use and Transportation; Environment/ Sustainability; Collaborative Governance; GIS.

Doctoral Specializations

FAIA, AICP

William J. Drummond

DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Departmental Requirement: 550+/Section 600/250/100 No Requirements Minimum GRE & TOEFL

Associate Professor. AB, Duke University (1975); M. Div, GordonConwell Theological Seminary (1979); Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1989). Specializations: Computer Applications, Historic Preservation, Geographic Information Systems, Land Use/ Growth Management, Quantitative Methods.

(404) 894-9840

bill.drummond@coa.gatech.edu

Michael L. Poirier Elliott

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................16 Major Field ...............................................................................................15 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................6 Minor Field .................................................................................................9 Exams or Written Requirements: Qualifying Paper; Comprehensive Exams; Dissertation Proposal and Defense.

Associate Professor. BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1974); MCP, University of California, Berkeley (1978); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1984). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Planning Theory, Negotiation & Conflict Management, Politics & Governance.

(404) 894-9841

michael.elliott@coa.gatech.edu

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Harley F. Etienne

Assistant Professor. BA, Morehouse College, (1996); MA, Temple University (2002); Ph.D., (2007). Specializations: Urban Community Development, Inner-city Revitalization, Neighborhood Change, Urban Poverty and Qualitative Research Issues in Planning.

(404) 385-3343

hfe@gatech.edu FAICP

Associate Professor. BA (1993); MEM, Duke University (1996); Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology (2001). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Urban Ecology, Land Use and Air Quality, Climate Change and Urban Heat Island.

Brian Stone Jr.

(404) 894-6488

brian.stone@coa.gatech.edu

Steven P. French

Jiawen Yang

Professor and Associate Dean. BA, University of Virginia (1971); MURP, University of Colorado, Denver (1973); Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1980). Specializations: Land Use & Growth Management, Computer Applications, Environmental Planning, Geographic Information Systems, Quantitative Methods.

Assistant Professor. BS (1997); MS, Beijing University (2000); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2005). Specializations: Transportation Planning, Metropolitan Planning, Urban Economics, Quantitative Methods, GIS and Transportation.

(404) 385-7215

jiawen.yang@coa.gatech.edu

(404) 385-0900

steve.french@coa.gatech.edu

Associate Professor. BS, Northwestern (1984); MPP, Michigan (1987); Ph.D., University of Illinois, Chicago (1996). Specializations: Housing Policy, Real Estate Finance and Development, Community Development, Economic Development.

Daniel Immergluck

Perry Pei-Ju Yang

Associate Professor. BSc (1991) and MSc (1994), Taiwan University; MS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2000); Ph.D., National Taiwan University (2001). Specializations: Urban Design, GIS and Urban Simulation.

(404) 385-7214

dan.immergluck@coa.gatech.edu FAICP

(404) 894-2076

perry.yang@coa.gatech.edu

Nancey Green Leigh

Professor. BA (1975) and MRP (1979), University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; M.Economics (1984); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1989). Specializations: Metropolitan/Regional Planning, Urban/Regional Economics, Economic Development Planning.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Douglas C. Allen
Professor and Associate Dean. BLA, University of Georgia (1971), MLA, Harvard University (1976). Specializations: Urban Design.

ASLA

(404) 894-9839

nancey.leigh@coa.gatech.edu

(404) 894-0907

doug.allen@coa.gatech.edu

Barbara Lynch

Jennifer Joy Clark

Visiting Associate Professor. BA, Cornell University (1961); MS, Cornell University (1978); Ph.D., Cornell University (1988). Specialization: International Planning.

(404) 385-6884

barbara.lynch@inta.gatech.edu

Assistant Professor. BA, Wesleyan Univesity (1995); MPlan, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota (1999); Ph.D., Cornell University (2004). Specializations: Regional Economic Development Policy, Agglomeration Economics, Industry Studies, Labor Markets.

Catherine L. Ross

(404) 385-7224

jennifer.clark@gatech.edu AICP

Harry West Endowed Professor and Director, Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development. BA, Kent State University (1971); MCRP (1973) and Ph.D., (1979), Cornell University. Specializations: Metropolitan/Regional Planning, Transportation, Politics & Governance, Economic Development Planning, Real Estate Development.

Jamie Cochran

(404) 385-5133

catherine.ross@coa.gatech.edu

Visiting Lecturer. BA, Florida State University (1975); MPA, Harvard University (1989). Specializations: Transportation Planning, Transportation Investment Analysis, Infrastructure Planning and Management.

FAICP Professor. BSCE, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1965); Ph.D., Cornell University (1971). Specializations: Urban & Regional Economics, Demography, Community Development, Economic Development Planning, Social Policy/Human Services.

David S. Sawicki

(404) 285-7577

jacoch@bellsouth.net

Richard Dagenhart

(404) 894-0569

david.sawicki@coa.gatech.edu FAICP

Associate Professor. BA, B Arch, University of Arkansas (1970); MCP, M Arch, University of Pennsylvania (1972). Specializations: Urban Design, Everyday Urbanism.

(404) 894-2992

richard.dagenhart@coa.gatech.edu

Professor and Director. BS, State of New York at Stony Brook (1975); MRP (1981) and Ph.D., (1986), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specializations: Planning Theory, Dispute Resolution, Environmental Planning.

Bruce Stiftel

Nickolas L. Faust

Senior Lecturer. BS (1969); MS, Georgia Institute of Technology, (1975). Specializations: Remote Sensing.

(404) 894-0021

nick.faust@gtri.gatech.edu AICP

(404) 894-2350

bruce.stiftel@coa.gatech.edu

Anthony Giarrusso

Research Scientist. BS, Georgia State University (1992); MSRP, Georgia Institute of Technology (2000). Specialization: Geographic Information Systems.

(404) 894-0127

anthony.giarrusso@coa.gatech.edu

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Randall Guensler

Associate Professor. BS (1985), MS (1989) and PhD (1993), University of California, Davis. Specializations: Transportation and Air Quality, Transportation Energy Use.

Seth Weissman

(404) 894-0405

randall.guensler@ce.gatech.edu

Lecturer, BA University of Pennsylvania (1975); MRP, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (1978); JD, Duke University (1979). Specializations: Planning Law

seth.wnclaw.com

David F. Haddow

AICP Senior Lecturer. BA, Emory University (1975); MCP, Georgia Institute of Technology (1979); MBA, Georgia State University (1982). Specializations: Real Estate Investment Analysis, Market Analysis, Land Development Planning.

FYI
We believe the integration of our educational mission and institutional setting with the extensive professional opportunities available to students within the City and Regional Planning Program; we position our graduates to be among the most competitive in the globally expanding field of planning. Our mission is to be a global leader in the creation of sustainable cities and regions. We incorporate this mission into our teaching and research through a strong commitment to the interdisciplinary nature of planning. With this goal in mind, we offer our students six dual degree programs as well as seven areas of specialization that may be combined through our curriculum to develop integrated programs of study. Our nationally recognized faculty advances this mission both in the classroom and through a wide range of research and professional activities, including the editorship of the Journal of the American Planning Association (JAPA). Our institutional setting within the College of Architecture and one of the nations premiere technology institutes enables students to acquire expertise in every area of the urban development process, including planning, design, construction/engineering, and management. The City and Regional Planning Program is home to two major research centers, the Georgia Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development and the Center for Geographic Information Systems; which provide research opportunities and financial support to many of our students and establish critical linkages between the Program and the larger regional community. Through these linkages we have created a highly successful co-op program with regional employers. Our regional location in one of the largest, most diverse, and rapidly growing metropolitan areas of the United States which affords our students direct access to a vibrant laboratory for urban planning. Due to its unique combination of urban amenities, temperate climate, and employment opportunities, Atlanta attracts more young professionals annually than any other U.S. city. We take advantage of our dynamic metropolitan setting through the development of three to four applied studio courses per year, which involves numerous regional planning practitioners as adjunct professors. Our access to a wide range of federal, state, local, and private sector planning organizations affords us the opportunity to employ a large percentage of our graduates.

(404) 577-7222

dhaddow@haddowandcompany.com

Lecturer. BS, Southern Polytechnical State University (1988); MCP, Georgia Institute of Technology (1979); MBA, Georgia State University (1982). Specializations: Real Estate Investment Analysis, Market Analysis, Land Development Planning.

Edrick Harris

(404) 330-1036

eharris@hjrussell.com

Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer


(404) 651-2437

Adjunct Professor. BA (1959) and JD (1963), Duke University. Specializations: Land Use Law, Growth Management Law.

jjuergensmeyer@gsu.edu

E. Gates Kellett

Lecturer. BS (1994) and MCP (1996), Georgia Institute of Technology. Specializations: Real Estate Finance, Affordable Housing.

(404) 371-1230 x 211

gatesk@mindspring.com

Karen Leone deNie

Lecturer. BA, English, University of Wisconsin, Madison (1995); MCRP Georgia Institute of Technology, (2005). Specialization: Health and The Built Environment

(404) 217-1458

karen.leone@coa.gatech.edu

Michael D. Meyer

Professor. BS, University of Wisconsin-Madison (1974); MS, Northwestern University (1975); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1978), Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University (2006). Specializations: Regional Transportation Planning, Transportation Finance, Transit Planning and Operation.

(404) 385-2246

michael.meyer@ce.gatech.edu

Subrahmanyam Muthukumar

Research Scientist. B Arch, University of Roorkee (1989); M Arch, University of Texas, Austin (1994); MCRP, Georgia Institute of Technology (2000); Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology (2008). Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, Land Use and Growth Management.

(404) 894-0128

smuthu@coa.gatech.edu

John Weitz FAICP Lecturer, BA Emory University (1983); MCP, Georgia Institute of Technology, (1985); Ph.D., Portland State University (1998). Specializations: Land Use Planning and Growth Management; and Policy Analysis.
jweitz@bellsouth.net

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HARVARD UNIVERSITY
Department of Urban Planning and Design
Graduate School of Design 48 Quincy Street, Gund Hall Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138 Phone (617) 495-2521 | Fax (617) 496-9521 E-mail: evansaun@gsd.harvard.edu www.gsd.harvard.edu Edna Van Saun, Department Contact E-mail: evansaun@gsd.harvard.edu Judith Grant Long, PhD, AICP, Program Director Phone: (617) 495-2521 E-mail: evansaun@gsd.harvard.edu

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Units of Core.............................................................................................28 Units of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................................24 Units of Restricted Electives ....................................................................24 Units of Unrestricted Electives .................................................................24 Total Required Units in Planning Program ..............................................80 Exam or Final written Requirement: ................................................. None

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Need based aid for US Citizens, US Permanent Residents, with limited funding available for International Students (new program started in 2009)

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-2010 for Masters program .......................January 1, 2010 Admission Deadline 2009-2010 for Ph.D program...........................January 1, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-2010 for Masters program......... New students 1/01/10 Returning students ...........................................................................................1/01/10 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.D Program ..........................................January1, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: ..........................................................$35,992 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..................................................$35,992 per semester Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$80 Additional Fees: .......... Health Services Fee $1,126; Health Insurance (Blue Cross) $2,606; Activity fee $100 per semester

Male 0 21 0 0 2 0 0 4 27

Female 0 13 1 0 4 0 0 4 22

Total 0 34 1 0 6 0 0 8 49

GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES

Annual Student Enrollment


55 7 55 6

06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 Masters Doctoral 49 5 58 5

Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

MASTERS DEGREE
Master in Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Judith Grant Long, PhD, AICP (617) 495-2521 evansaun@gsd.harvard.edu

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban Planning
Contact Person:
Phone: (617) 495-2337 E-mail: belfman@gsd.harvard.edu Year initiated 1942 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2004........................................................74 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2003 to 8/31/2004 ...........................................0 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2002 to 8/31/2003 ............................ None

Year Initiated: 1994 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................240 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................22

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Barbara Elfman

None Specified None Specified Required Required International Students None Specified None Specified

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DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Departmental Requirement: None Specified Required Required None Specified None Specified

Jose A. Gomez-Ibanez

Professor. AB, Harvard College; MPP, Harvard University; PhD, Harvard University. Specializations: Urban Economics, Transportation, Infrastructure/Public Services.

(617) 495-1341

jose_gomez-ibanez@harvard.edu

Jerold S. Kayden

Hours of Core ........................................................................................N/A Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........................................N/A Hours of Restricted Electives ................................................................N/A Hours of Unrestricted Electives .............................................................N/A Total Required Hours in Program .........................................................N/A Thesis or Final Product: Oral Examination and Thesis

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Professor. AB, Harvard College; MCRP, Harvard University; JD, Harvard University. Specializations: Planning and Environmental Law, Public and Private Development, International Planning and Development, Public Space.

(617) 496-0830

jkayden@gsd.harvard.edu

Alex Krieger

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Professor in Practice. BA, Cornell University; MCPUD, Harvard University. Specializations: Physical Planning/Urban Design, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Metropolitan/Regional Planning.

(617) 495-4803

akrieger@gsd.harvard.edu

Judith Grant Long Male 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Female 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Total 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Assistant Professor and Program Director. BA, Economics, Huron College, Canada; BAA, Planning, Ryerson University, Canada; MDes, Harvard Design School; PhD Planning, Harvard University. Specializations: Urban Redevelopment, Infrastructure, and Tourism; Planning for the Olympic Games; Studio Pedagogy.

(617) 495 2521

evansaun@gsd.harvard.edu

Professor. BA, Yale University; MBA, Harvard University; PhD, University of Cambridge. Specializations: New Towns, Development Finance, International Development, Real Estate.

Richard B. Peiser

(617) 495-9558

rpeiser@gsd.harvard.edu

Professor. BArch, Melbourne University; MArch, Rice University. Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Physical Planning/Urban Design, Planning History, Planning Theory, International Planning and Design.

Peter G. Rowe

(617) 495-4237

mmoran@gsd.harvard.edu

A. Hashim Sarkis

Total Students

Professor. BArch, Rhode Island School of Design; MArch, Harvard University; PhD, Architecture, Harvard University. Specializations: Urbanism in Muslim Societies, Urban Design, Theory.

(617) 496-0330

hsarkis@gsd.harvard.edu

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Alan Altshuler
Professor. BA, Cornell University; MA, University of Chicago; PhD, University of Chicago. Specializations: Impact Assessment, Infrastructure/Public Services, Land Use/Growth Management, Planning Practice, Political Economy.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Eric Belsky
Lecturer. MA, Clark University; Ph.D. Clark University.

(617) 495-7559

aaltshul@gsd.harvard.edu

ebelsky@gsd.harvard.edu

Professor. AB, Harvard College; Ph.D, MIT. Specializations: Politics and Economics of Urban Redevelopment, Tourism, Comparative Urban and Social Policy, Planning Theory, and Issues of Gender and Planning

Susan Fainstein

Joan Busquets

Professor in Practice. BArch, University of Barcelona; PhD, Architecture, University of Barcelona. Specializations: Urban Design.

(617) 495-9901

fainstein@gsd.harvard.edu

(617) 496-8811

jbusquet@gsd.harvard.edu

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Paul Cote

Lecturer. BA, Geography, Indiana University; MCP, MIT. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems.

(617) 496-0546

pbcote@gsd.harvard.edu

Felipe Correa

Assistant Professor of Urban Design. B.Arch. Tulane, MAUD, Harvard Design School. Specializations: Comparative Urbanism, Urban Design.

(617) 495 2521

fcorrea@gsd.harvard.edu

Leland Cott

Adjunct Professor. BArch, Pratt Institute; MAUD, Harvard University. Specializations: Urban Design, Housing, Adaptive Re-Use/Historic Preservation.

(617) 495-2521

lcott@gsd.harvard.edu

Richard Dimino

Lecturer. BS, Northeastern University; MBA, Boston University. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Project Planning and Management.

(617) 495-2521

rdimino@gsd.harvard.edu

Toni Griffin

Adjunct Associate Professor, and Director of Community Development, City of Newark, NJ. BArch, Notre Dame. Specializations: Urban Redevelopment, Affordable Housing, and Urban Design.

(617) 495 2521

tgriffin@gsd.harvard.edu

Rodolfo Machado

Professor in Practice. Diploma of Architecture, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina; MArch, University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Urban Design.

(617) 495-2659

rmachado@gsd.harvard.edu

Nicolas Retsinas

Lecturer. AB, New York University; MCP, Harvard University. Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Housing Finance, Community Development.

(617) 496-3676

retsinas@gsd.harvard.edu

James Stockard

Lecturer. MCP, Harvard University. Specializations: Affordable Housing, Community Development, Housing and Neighborhood Planning.

(617) 495-5988

stockard@gsd.harvard.edu

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HUNTER COLLEGE OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK


Graduate Program in Urban Planning
695 Park Avenue New York, New York 10065 Phone (212) 772-5518 Fax (212) 772-5593

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: Full

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................30 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................60 Exams or Written Requirements: ................................ Internship and Paper

http://maxweber.hunter.cuny.edu Lynn McCormick, Director Phone (212) 772-5733 E-mail: lmccormi@hunter.cuny.edu

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Asian/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ........................................................ Nov. 1 and April 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .......................................................................April 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................... $3,680 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................... $575 per credit Application Fee ....................................................................................................$125 Additional Fees: ........................................................................ $127.85 per semester

Male* -

Female* -

Total 2 26 5 3 6 0 74 -

GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 93 93

Accepted
59 59

Enrolled
26 36

09/08 09/09 09/08 09/09 09/08 09/09

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning
Contact Person Phone: E-mail: Lynn McCormick, Director (212) 772-5733 lmccormi@hunter.cuny.edu

Total Students

110

Year Initiated: 1965 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................628 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................39

*Hunter students are not required to identify or report race or ethnicity. The gender breakdown overall is approximately Males - 60; Females - 50.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Assistantships: Internships:

Community Planning and Advocacy, Economic Development, Transportation and Infrastructure, Sustainability and the Environment, Housing and the Built Environment, General Practice
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 3.3 Not Required 550 No Requirements

Masters Specializations

There are 3-5 assistantships available each year. Stipends range from $1500-2500. There are hundreds of internship opportunities in the New York area. Many are paid.

PLANNING FACULTY
Thomas Angotti
Professor. BA (1964) Indiana University; MCRP (1971) Rutgers; PhD (1973) Rutgers. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Community Development, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, International Development and Planning.

(212) 650-3130

tangotti@hunter.cuny.edu

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John Chin

Associate Professor. BA (1988) Cornell, MS (1993) New School for Social Research, M of Phil and PhD (2001) Columbia University. Specializations: Immigrant Communities, Urban Health, Non-profit Organizations, Community Participation

Sigmund Shipp

(212) 772-5603

john.chin@hunter.cuny.edu

Associate Professor. BS (1977), Howard; MA (1982), Johns Hopkins; PhD (1992), Cornell. Specializations: Citizen Participation, Community Development, Economic Development Planning, Social Policy/Human Services.

(212) 650-5591

sshipp@hunter.cuny.edu

Jill Gross

Associate Professor. BA (1984) SUNY-Cortland; MSc (1987) London School of Economics; PhD (1998) CUNY. Specializations: Citizen Participation, Economic Development, Community Development, International Development and Planning.

Joseph Viteritti

Professor. BA (1969) and MA (1973), Hunter College; PhD (1978), CUNY. Specializations: Social Policy/Human Services, Politics and Governance, Metropolitan/Regional Planning.

(212) 772-5600

igross@hunter.cuny.edu

(212) 772-5597

joseph.viteritti@hunter.cuny.edu

Associate Professor. BA (1985) Vassar College, MA (1990) Columbia University, PhD (1998) Columbia University. Specializations: 20th Century Sprawl, History of the City

Owen Gutfreund

Elaine Walsh

Associate Professor. BA (1996), Pace University; MSW (1976) and PhD (1986), Fordham University. Specializations: Public Management/ Strategic Planning, Social Policy/Human Services.

(212) 772-5595

ewalsh@hunter.cuny.edu

owen.gutfreund@hunter.cuny.edu

Peter Kwong

Professor. BS (1965), Mphil (1975) and PhD (1978), Columbia. Specializations: Race/Ethnicity and Planning.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Albert F. Appleton (Al Appleton)
Adjunct Associate Professor and International. Consultant Specialization: Interlocking Expertise in Water Resource and Water Utility Management, Infrastructure and Public Finance, Land Use and Landscape Preservation, and Promoting Sustainable Development.

(212) 772-5598

pkwong@hunter.cuny.edu

Associate Professor. BS (1973) and MS (1980), University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD (1996), MIT Specializations: Community Development, Economic Development Planning, Planning History, Urban and Regional Economics.

Lynn McCormick

(212) 772-5733

lmccormi@hunter.cuny.edu

Adjunct Professor and Architect. BA (1978) University of Pennsylvania; MArch (1986) University of Virginia. Specializations: Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design And Planning.

Alice Blank

Susan Turner Meiklejohn

Associate Professor. BA (1979) and MUP (1989), SUNY-Buffalo; PhD (1995), University of Michigan Specializations: Community Development, Economic Development Planning, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Planning Theory.

Donovan Finn

PhD candidate in Regional Planning at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), Specializations: Regional Planning, Sustainable Development and ParticipatoryPlanning.

(212) 650-3679

sturn@hunter.cuny.edu AICP

Kevin Keenan

Associate Professor. BA (1970), St. Peters College; MCRP (1973), Rutgers; PhD (1982), University of Michigan. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Transportation, Quantitative Methods, Demography.

William Milczarski, MCRP

Adjunct Instructor. BA, SUNY-StonyBrook, MA StonyBrook, MA and PhD Clark University. Specializations: Qualitative Methods, Suburbanization

Mitchell Korbey, Esq.

(212) 772-5601

wmilczar@hunter.cuny.edu

Stanley Moses

Professor. BA (1959), City College of NY; MA (1965), Hunter College; PhD (1971), Syracuse. Specializations: Metropolitan/Regional Planning, Political Economy, Politics and Governance, Urban and Regional Economics.

Adjunct Professor and Partner at Herrick, Feinstein, LLP (former Commissioner on the NYC Zoning Board of Standards and Appeals). BS Suffolk University; MUP Cornell University; JD Brooklyn Law School. Specializations: Land Use Law.

Kathryne Leak

(212) 772-5518

smoses@hunter.cuny.edu

Adjunct Professor. BA (1990) Hunter College; MS (1992) and EdD (2003) Columbia University. Specializations: Youth Development and Fatherhood Development.

Associate Professor. BA (1986), University of Madras; MArch (1988), Anna University; MCP (1991), MIT; PhD (1998), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Specializations: Physical Planning/Urban Design, Geographic Information Systems, Landscape/Site Design, Community Development.

Laxmi Ramasubramanian

Peter Marcotullio

Distinguished Lecturer. PhD, Columbia University. Specializations: Urban Environmental Transitions, Globalization and Urban Development, Ecosystem Approaches to Urban and Regional Environmental Planning and Management and Impacts of Urbanization on the Environment.

(212) 772-5594

laxmi@hunter.cuny.edu

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Adjunct Instructor and Director, Manhattan/Bronx Bus Service Planning, New York City Transit. BA (72) State University at Albany; MS (74) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Specializations: Public Transportation Systems and Planning.

Theodore Orosz

FYI
The program takes full advantage of its location in the heart of New York City. Students work throughout the city in public, private and non-profit organizations to fulfill internship and studio requirements. Adjunct instructors and guest speakers include public officials and renowned experts on planning and policy issues. Special topics courses address contemporary issues such as immigration policy, sustainable development, and the politics of education.

Mark Page

Adjunct Instructor and Director, Management and Budget for New York City. BA (1970) Harvard College; JD (1974) New York University Law School. Specializations: Public Finance.

Adjunct Professor and Managing Director, Community Resource Exchange. BA (1992) Dartmouth College; MBA (2000) Columbia Business School. Specializations: Nonprofit Management, Strategic Planning, Fundraising.

Randall Quan

Robert Rosenberg

Adjunct Professor and President of Rosenberg Housing Group Inc. B.S (1955) New York University; LLB (1958) Columbia Law School. Specializations: Affordable Housing, Urban Revitalization, Real Estate Development.

Joseph J. Salvo

Adjunct Professor and Chief Demographer/Director, Population Division, New York City Department of City Planning. BA (1976) Iona College; MA (1978) and PhD (1982) Fordham University. Specializations: Demography, Urban Sociology.

Brian Sahd

BA Dickinson College, MA University of Pittsburgh, PhD Columbia University. Specializations: Political Economy of Cities and Cities in the Developing World

Victoria Santiago

Adjunct Associate Professor. BA Yale, MA Hunter College, PhD University of California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Planning in NYC and Urban Health

Lisa Schreibman

Adjunct Professor and Senior Quality Control Specialist, Capital Programs, Department of Subways, New York City Transit. BA 1992 NYU; MUP 1997 Hunter College. Specializations: Transportation and Environmental Planning.

Vice Chairman of the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission and Architect. M.S.U.P. from Columbia University. Specializations: Site Planning, Architecture, Urban Design and Preservation.

Pablo Vengoechea

Wilbur Woods

Adjunct Lecturer and Director of Waterfront Planning, NYC Department of City Open Space Planning. Specialization: Waterfront and Open Space Planning.

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INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA


Department of Geography & Regional Planning
Room 9 Leonard Hall 421 North Walk Indiana, PA 15705-1087 Phone (724) 357-2250 Fax (724) 357-6479 http://www.iup.edu/geography Dr. John Benhart, Jr. Department Chair Email jbenhart@iup.edu
Minimum GPA: Class Rank: SAT: ACT: Honors Program:

MA/MS

ACSP Member: Full

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


2.0 N/A None None Yes, 3.0 GPA minimum

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline .......................................................................Rolling Admission Financial Aid Deadline ..................................................................... August 28, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees ................................................................$3604.70 per term Out of State Tuition and Fees .......................................................$74822.70 per term Application Fee ...................................................................................................... $40 Additional Fee................................................................................. Included in above

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................36 Hours of Studio .........................................................................................12 Hours of Restricted Elective .....................................................................12 Hours of Elective ................................................................................ 19-25 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ...............................120 Thesis or Final Product ...........................................................................Yes

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES

Master of Science in Geography - Regional Planning Track


Contact Person Phone: E-mail: Dr. Robert Begg, Director (724) 357-2250 bobbegg@iup.edu

MASTERS DEGREE

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Admission Deadline ..................................................................... Rolling Admission Financial Aid Deadline ..................................................................... March 14, 2010 In-State Tuition ..............................................................................$4,141,95 per term Out of State Tuition .......................................................................$6,193.50 per term

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate Masters N/A N/A

Year Initiated: 1972 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................262 Degrees Granted from 8/31/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................7

Accepted
N/A N/A

Enrolled
07/08 08/09 20 28 18 22

N/A N/A N/A N/A

GIS/Cartography, Environmental Planning, Regional Planning


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: IELTS Test: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirements: Bachelors from accredited institution 3.0 (conditional admission possible with 2.5 and above) Must take test but no minimum 550, but can be admitted through the University American Language Institute 5.5, but can be admitted through the University American Language Institute N/A Same as university

Masters Specializations

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Regional Planning
Contact Person Phone: E-mail: Dr. Robert Begg, Director (724) 357-2250 bobbegg@iup.edu

Year Initiated: 1972 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................183 Degrees Granted from 8/31/08 to 8/31/09 ................................................12

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Landuse and GIS, Environmental Planning

Undergraduate Specializations

Hours of Core .............................................................................................9 Hours of Studio or Practice-Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Elective .....................................................................15 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ............................................................. 9-15 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ....................................... 33-39 Thesis or Final Product Required ...........................................................Yes

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Graduate Assistantships:

Several each year including tuition waiver and stipend available on a competitive basis

Robert P. Sechrist

PLANNING FACULTY
Professor. Ph.D. University of Iowa. Specializations: Community Development; Economic Development Planning

Professor. Louisiana State University. Specializations: Cartography, Geographic Information Systems, Public Infrastructure

(724) 357 2250

rpsecrst@iup.edu

Robert B. Begg
(724) 357 2250

bobbegg@iup.edu

Professor. Ph. D. University of Tennessee Knoxville. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Geographic Information Systems, Transportation, Urbanization

John E. Benhart, Jr.

(724) 357 7652

jbenhart@iup.edu AICP

Assistant Professor. Ph. D. West Virginia University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Geospatial Applications for Land Use Planning, Urban Development

Richard J. Hoch

(724) 357 5990

rhoch@iup.edu

Calvin O. Masilela

Professor. Ph. D. Virginia Polytechnic and State University. Specializations: Land Use Policy, Planning Techniques, Planning Theory, Urban Planning

(724) 357 2250

cmasilel@iup.edu

D. Whit Watts
(724) 357 2250

Assistant Professor. Ph. D. Virginia Polytechnic and State University. Specializations: Landscape Design, Land Use Law, Land Use Planning

whit@iup.edu

AFFILIATED FACULTY
Professor. Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University. Specializations: Environmental Systems

Joseph W. Bencloski
(724) 357 2250

joeben@iup.edu

Professor. Ph.D. University of Tennessee Knoxville. Specializations: Economic Development, Transportation

Donald W. Buckwalter
(724) 357 2250

donaldb@iup.edu

Assistant Professor. Ph.D. University of Guelph. Specializations: Conservation, Environment, Sustainable Development

Brian W. Okey

(724) 357 2250

bokey@iup.edu

Professor. Ph.D. University of North Carolina. Specializations: Cartography, Cultural Landscapes, Economic Development, Urbanization

Kevin J. Patrick

(724) 357 2250

kpatrick@iup.edu

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IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY


Department of Community and Regional Planning
146 College of Design Ames, Iowa 50011-3095 Phone (515) 294-8958 Fax (515) 294-2348 http://www.design.iastate.edu/CRP/ Douglas M. Johnston, Ph.D., Department Chair E-mail: crp@iastate.edu

BA/BS PAB

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

Hours of Core ..........................................................................................39 Hours of Studio Courses ..........................................................................16 Hours of Restricted Elective ....................................................................67 Hours of Elective .....................................................................................80 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ...............................................................14 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ..........................................129 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................129 Thesis or Final Product ...........................................................Not required

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Three Departmental Scholarships (1 for incoming students). Eligibility Criteria include academic achievement, professional potential and financial need.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ..................................................................... January 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ....................................................................March 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: .................................................... $3,325.35 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................ $8,935.35 per semester Application Fee:.............................................................................$30, US; $50, Intl

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Community and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Prof. Francis Owusu (515) 294-8958 crp@iastate.edu

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Admission Deadline 2009-10 ...................................................................... January 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ................................................................... March 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: .................................................... $3,782.35 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................. $9,332.35 per semester Application Fee: .......................................................................... $30, US; $70, Intl

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Year Initiated: 1947 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09 ..........................................................330 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09..................................................8

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement:

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate Masters N/A 27

Accepted
N/A 20

Enrolled
30 8 30 11

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 N/A N/A 30 12

Bachelors from an accredited institution; None. None. TOEFL Paper (PBT) 550; TOEFL Computer (CBT) 213; TOEFL Internet (iBT) 79 IELTS 6.5 None

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Community and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Malinda Cooper, Academic Advisor (515) 294-3680 macooper@iastate.edu

Hours of Core ..........................................................................................29 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................................5 Hours of Restricted Electives ....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ......................................................... 19-21 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................48 Exams or Written Requirements: ............Thesis (6 credit) or Professional Report (4 credit) includes an oral defense.

Year Initiated: 1967 PAB Accreditation Degrees Granted through 8/31/09 .......................................................1093 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09..................................................40

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Approximately nine, 1/4 - time TA and 4-5 RA appointments at total approx. $8,000 per nine month appointment (includes Annual Stipend $5,768; Tuition Scholarship Credit $1,679). Eligibility criteria: Academic achievement, experience, and professional potential.

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement:

Enrollment managed: admission through application review after 1st year design core or through transfer. Minimum GPA: None. Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: University admission based on composite score of ACT, GPA, class rank, and core courses.

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TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


STUDENTS IN THE PROGRAM

Paul Coates

ENROLLMENT STATUS AND GENDER


Part-Time M F 5 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 5 10 9

Associate Professor. BA-Political Science (1969), University of Wyoming; MPA (1971) University of Wyoming, Ph.D. (1980), Iowa State University. Specialization: Local Governmental Financial Management, Government Structure and Management, Governmental Performance Measurement, Community Performance Indicators, Citizen Participation.

Full-Time M F U.S. White 3 4 African American 0 0 Native American 0 0 Asian American 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 Other 0 0 Foreign 1 1 Total 4 5

(515) 294-1844

paulc@iastate.edu

Total
15 2 0 0 2 0 9 28

Assistant Professor. BA (1988), Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil; MA (2000), University of Illinois at Urbana. Specializations: Spatial Analysis (GIS), Human Development, Social Equity, Public Investments, Regional Policies. http://www.public.iastate.edu/~Ehaddad/

Monica A. Haddad

(515) 294-8979

haddad@iastate.edu

Douglas M. Johnston

Professor and Chair. BS-Environmental Studies (1979), State University of New York; BLA (1980) State University of New York, MLA (1982), Harvard University; Ph.D.-Civil and Environmental Engineering (1986), University of Washington. Specialization: Environmental Planning, Environmental Economics, Water Resources, GIS.

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

(515) 294-8958

dmjohnst@iastate.edu

PLANNING FACULTY
Associate Professor. BS (1975), South Dakota State University; MA (1978), University of South Dakota; Ph.D. (1992), Iowa State University. Specializations: Community Economic Development, Leadership Development, Rural Sociology and Development, Public Policy Development.

Riad G. Mahayni

Timothy O. Borich

Professor. BS (1966), Oregon State University; MUP (1969), University of Oregon; Ph.D. (1972), University of Washington. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Planning Theory, Regional Planning, Planning in Developing Nations.

(515) 294-8524

rmahayni@iastate.edu

Francis Y. Owusu

(515) 294-8707

borich@iastate.edu

Carlton Basmajian

Assistant Professor. BA-History (1996), University of Chicago; MCP (2000), Georgia Institute of Technology, Ph.D. (2008), University of Michigan. Specialization: Regional Planning, Planning History, Suburbia, Land Use

Associate Professor. BA (1987), University of Ghana; MA (1990), University of Ghana; MA (1992), Carleton University, Canada; Ph.D. (20 Specializations: Community Economic Development, Environmental Planning, Planning Methods, GIS, Third World Development. http://www.public.iastate.edu/~fowusu/homepage.html

(515) 294-7769

fowusu@iastate.edu

(515) 294-6942

carlton@iastate.edu

Gerardo Sandoval

Associate Professor. BA (1984), McMaster University; MA (1987), University of Waterloo; Ph.D. (1989), University of FloridaGaineseville. Specializations: Community Economic Development, Telecommunications Planning, Small Town and Rural Planning, Plan Development and Implementation.

Susan L. Bradbury

Assistant Professor. BS (2000), University of California, Davis; MCP (2002) University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D. (2007), University of California, Berkeley. Specialization: Intersection of Economic & Community Development in Immigrant, Rural, and Inner-city

(515) 294-6764

gsandoval@iastate.edu

Gary D. Taylor

(515) 294-8720

bradbury1@iastate.edu

Tara Lynne Clapp

Assistant Professor. BS (1985), Northwest Missouri State University; JD (1988), University of Nebraska; MCRP (1996), Iowa State University. Specializations: Planning Law and Implementation, Intergovernmental Coordination, Small Town Planning.

Assistant Professor. BES (1985), University of Manitoba; MEDes (1995), University of Calgary; Ph.D. (2003), University of Southern CAlifornia. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy, Land Use Growth Management, Planning History and Theory, Research Methods. http:// www.public.iastate.edu/~Etclapp/

(515) 294-2973

gtaylor@iastate.edu

Ferruccio Trabalzi

(515) 294-7759

tlclapp@iastate.edu

Assistant Professor. BA Sociology, Universita La Sapienza, Roma, Italy; MA (1994) Environmental Planning, UCLA; Ph.D. (2002) Urban and Regional Planning. Specializations: Urban Design, Critical Studies of Cities and Regions, Territorial Development in Europe, North America and Africa, Small-scale Industrialization, and Alternative Food Systems.

(515) 294-8393

trabalzi@iastate.edu

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OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Susan Cosner
Vice President of Community Initiatives for Iowa Area Development Group (S2008)

FYI
Department offers individual courses via distance education.

Stuart H. Huntington Alan Jensen Eric Jensen Jerry Knox

Associate Emeritus. BA (1964), North Park College; MS (1969), University of Missouri. GIS Coordinator, ISU Extension (MCRP, Iowa State University)

AICP AICP

Development Administrator, Planning and Building Department, City of Ankeny (MCRP) (S2008) Associate Emeritus. BA (1962), University of Iowa; MUP (1968), Michigan State University.

William Malone Phil Mescher

Associate Emeritus. BS (1947), MS (1950), Iowa State University. Transportation Planner III, Team Leader Traffic Forecasting and Modeling, Office of Systems Planning, Iowa Department of Transportation (F2008) (MS Transportation)

AICP

Gary Reiners

Principal, Public Management Resource Group. (S2008)

BA, J.D

R. Duane Shinn

Professor Emeritus. BArch (1960), University of Idaho; MS (1962), University of Southern California; Ph.D. (1969), University of Washington.

David Swenson

Adjunct Assistant Professor. BS (1979) University of South Dakota; MA (1981) University of South Dakota; MA (1985) University of Iowa. Specializations: Urban Economics.

(515) 294-7458

dswenson@iastate.edu

CENTRAL CAMPUS

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KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY


Department of Landscape Architecture/ Regional and Community Planning
302 Seaton Hall Manhattan, Kansas 66506 Phone (785) 532-5961 Fax (785) 532-6722 E-mail: la-rcp@ksu.edu http://larcp.arch.ksu.edu/larcp/ Stephanie Rolley, FASLA, AICP, Head

MA/MS PAB PAB

ACSP Member: Full

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................34 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ................................................................. 2-6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................................................ 8-12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exams or Written Requirements: .............. Comp. exam and specialization paper, or Master Report/Thesis

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2008-2009 ........................................................................varies Financial Aid Deadline 2008-2009 ....................................................................varies In-State Tuition and Fees ............................................. $3,569.40 for 12 credit hours Out-of State Tuition and Fees ...................................... $7,773.60 for 12 credit hours Application Fee ............................................. $70.00 Resident; $80.00 International Additional Fees ....................................................................... $19.00 per credit hour

Male 0 7 0 0 1 0 1 0 9

Female 0 7 0 0 2 0 1 3 10

Total 0 14 0 0 3 0 2 3

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 23 11

Accepted
22 6

Enrolled
18 19

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Master of Regional and Community Planning


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Stephanie Rolley, Professor and Head (785) 532-5961 srolley@ksu.edu

MASTERS DEGREE

Year Initiated: 1957 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/08...........................................................408 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ....................................................4

Total Students

19

* Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Community Planning and Development Regional Resource Planning and Management
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: GPA > 3.0 for regular admission; 2.75>GPA<3.0 for probationary admission 3.0 No Requirements 550: University; 600: Department Undergraduate Statistic Course and American Government.

Masters Specialization

Assistant Professor. BA Architecture, Washington University; MCP, University of Pennsylvania; PhD Candidate, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Specializations: Urban Design, design inquiry and methodology, planning theory and history.

Jason Brody

(785) 532-5961

jbrody@ksu.edu
AICP

C.A. Keithley

Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

Professor. BArch., MArch., MRCP, Kansas State University. Specializations: Project Management, Microcomputer Applications, Planning Analysis and Methods.

(785) 532-5961

cak@ksu.edu

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John Keller, PhD

Professor. BA, St. Benedicts College; MA, KSU; MS & PhD, Rutgers. Specializations: Rural Planning & Economic Development, Physical Planning & Practice, Land Use Regulation/Law, Transportation & Emergency Management.

FAICP

Robert Stokes, PhD

Adjunct Professor. BS, Antioch College; MS, Civil Engineering, Ohio State University; MCRP, Ohio State University; PhD, Texas A&M. Specializations: Transportation Planning.

(785) 532-5961

jwkplan@ksu.edu AICP

(785) 532-1595

drbobb@ksu.edu

John Wilhm Larry Lawhon, PhD


Associate Professor. BA, University of Oklahoma; MRCP, University of Nebraska; PhD, Texas A&M. Specializations: Planning Administration, Planning Principles, Housing and Development, Growth Management.

Adjunct Faculty. BS and MRCP, Kansas State University. Specializations: Real Estate Assessment.

Clyde Mitchell-Weaver, PhD

(785) 532-5961

lawhonll@ksu.edu AICP

Sheri Smith, PhD

Associate Professor. BA, George Washington University; MURP, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana; PhD, Texas A&M. Specializations: Quantitative Research Techniques, Planning Theory & Ethics, Infrastructure Planning & Development, Community Development.

Adjunct Associate Professor. BA Geography, University of Missouri; MA Geography, Kansas State University; MRCP, Kansas State University; PhD, UCLA. Specializations: Regional Development and Planning; Urban Systems and Third World Development.

(785) 532-5961

mithweav@ksu.edu

Vernon P. Deines, PhD

(785) 532-5961

kcsheri@ksu.edu APA

Ray Weisenburger

Emeritus Professor. BS, Architectural Engineering, KSU; MRP, KSU; PhD, University of Pittsburgh. Specializations: Rural Planning, Solid Waste Management, Planning Administration.

Professor. BArch and MRP, Cornell University. Specializations: Urban Design & Historic Preservation, Urban Visual Analysis, Housing & Land Development, Urban Development Issues.

(785) 532-5961

planone@ksu.edu

FYI
The department offers other degree programs, including a 5 year 150 credit hour Non Baccalaureate MRCP degree and a 36 credit hour on-line Master's Degree in Community Development. Contact the department for more information on these opportunities.

(785) 532-5961

rbw@ksu.edu

La Barbara Wigfall

Associate Professor. BArch, Howard University; MCRP, Harvard University. Specializations: Community Development and Historic Preservation.

(785) 532-5961

lbjw@ksu.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Adjunct Faculty. BA and MS, Economics, Kansas State University; Post Graduate work, University of Minnesota. Specializations: Land Development & Finance.

Jack Crocker

John Hedeen

Adjunct Faculty. BA, Bethany College; MRCP, Kansas State University. Specializations: Real Estate Aquisition and Development.

Tim Keane, PhD

Adjunct Associate Professor. BSLA, Iowa State University; MLA, University of Michigan; PhD, University of Michigan. Specializations: Environmental Systems and Planning, Environmental Ethics.

(785) 532-5961

whisker@ksu.edu AICP

Stephanie Rolley

Adjunct Professor. BLA, Kansas State University; MCP, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Community Planning and Design.

(785) 532-5961

srolley@ksu.edu

Adjunct Emeritus Professor. BA, University of Kansas; MCP and PhD, Yale University. Specializations: Building and Environmental Health Systems.

OJ Selfridge

(785) 532-1120

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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Urban Studies and Planning
Room 7-337, 77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 Phone (617) 253-9403 Fax (617) 253-2654 E-mail: duspinfo@mit.edu www.dusp.mit.edu Amy Glasmeier, Department Head (617) 253-1933 Sandra Wellford, Academic Administrator (617) 253-4409 - E-mail: wellford@mit.edu

BA/BS

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


For University and Departmental Requirements: Check MIT Freshmen Admission

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS


Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 60 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ........................................................... 60-73 Total Required Hours ............................................................................. 123 Thesis or Final Product ..................................................................Required

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Assigned through MIT Undergraduate admission; not the Department.

MASTERS DEGREE
Master in City Planning
Year Initiated: 1935 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.........................................................2171 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................70

PROGRAM INFORMATION
UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline .........................Apply through MIT Undergraduate Admission Financial Aid Deadline .......................................................................Same as above Tuition(In-State, Out-of-State and International): ................... $18,755 per semester Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$75 Additional Fees ...................................................$136/semester student activities fee

Admission Deadline for Masters program .................................................. January 3 Admission Deadline for Ph.D program ....................................................... January 3 Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program .............................................. January 3 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.D Program .................................................. January 3 Tuition (In-State, Out-of-State and International) ................. $18,755 per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................................$75 Additional Fees: .................................. $136/semester student activities fee, optional health insurance for graduate students

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

City Design and Development; Environmental Policy; Housing, Community and Economic Development; International Development. Cross-Cutting: Transportation; Urban Information Systems; Regional Planning.
MCP ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution Required; no minimum 600 (Departmental Requirement) Not Required No Requirements

MCP Specializations

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied 08/09 09/10 301 431 1 7 107 136 Accepted 08/09 09/10 113 91 1 4 28 14 Enrolled 08/09 09/10 67 64 1 3 19 11

MCP GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

MCP MS PhD

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................17 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................4 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................21 Thesis ..........................................................................................................8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................50

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Planning
Year Initiated: 1933 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................382 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................6

MS in Planning

Year Initiated: 1985 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................48 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................4

Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning; Regional Development and Public Policy; Urban Society, History, and Politics
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Undergraduate Specializations

City Design and Development; Environmental Policy; Housing, Community, and Economic Development; International Development. Cross-Cutting: Transportation; Urban Information Systems; Regional Planning.

Master of Science Specializations

MASTER of SCIENCE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Intended for professionals with a number of years of distinguished practice; bachelors degree from an accredited institution and a DUSP faculty sponsor. Required; no minimum 600 (Departmental Requirement) Not Required No Requirements

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning/ Studies
Year initiated 1958 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2009......................................................383 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2009 ...........................................7 Dissertations Completed from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2008 Institutional Perspectives on Road Pricing: essays on implementation, response, and adaptation Constructing Community : class, privatization and social life in a Boston mixed income housing development The Relative Risk: parenting, poverty, and peers in the three city study of moving to opportunity Institutional arrangements and land reallocation during transition : a regional analysis of small farms in Romania Why some were so fast while others not: speed of entry as a new competitive asset in late-industrialization Reinventing VAT collection : industry vertical assessment, revenue increase, and public sector reliability Strategic Unionism: the political role of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) in South Africa and what it means for Black workers Regional Catalytic Economic Impacts and Noise-Damage Costs of Aviation Growth Impacts of greenhouse gas mitigation policies on agricultural land Transfers and Path Choice in Urban Public Transport System Recovering the Wall: enclosure, ethics, and the American landscape To Be of Use: creative practice across the front lines of economic selfsufficiency programs

Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

MASTER OF SCIENCE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .............................................................................................0 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................42 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................16 Thesis ......................................................................................................... 8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................ 66

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Approximately 2/3 of the MCP class receives some form of tuition assistance. Of these, roughly half receive full-tuition awards for one or two years, some with additional RA stipends; others are typically offered halftuition grants. Students admitted without aid are also eligible to apply for funding in the second year of the program. All students can apply for departmentally funded jobs and off-campus internships (~$2,500/ semester). Aid is based on need and merit. We encourage all applicants to apply for aid regardless of nationality or race.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010


US Citizens/Perm. residents Hispanics of any race White African-American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other Non-US Citizens/Non Perm. Residents Total Students 10 13 54 11 15 84 21 28 136 Male 4 21 1 2 3 Female 7 34 5 0 12 Total 11 55 6 2 15

First Fields of Study: City Design and Development, International Economic Development, Urban Information Systems, Public Policy and Politics, Urban History, Urban and Regional Economics, Urban Sociology Second Fields of Study: Environmental Planning and Natural Resource Management, Housing and Real Estate Development, Labor and Employment Policy, Neighborhood and Community Development, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution, Planning in Developing Countries, Regional Development, Transportation and Land Use

Doctoral Specializations

DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Departmental Requirement: Minimum GRE:

If English is not the native language, TOEFL score of 600 (Departmental requirement) Masters degree is recommended 1200 and 5.0 in Analytical writing

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DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................16 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................0 Total Required Hours in Program.....32 with Masters / 42 without Masters Thesis or Final Product......................3-part general exam: written proposal, written questions, and oral exam.

Associate Professor. MLA, University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: landscape and urbanization.

Alan Berger

(617) 253-6707

aberger@mit.edu

Associate Professor. Ph.D., UC-Berkeley (1995). Specializations: Landscape Architecture, Site Planning and Design, Design Standards, Urban Simulation.

Eran Ben-Joseph

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition Awards:

(617) 253-7305

ebj@mit.edu

Each incoming Ph.D class is awarded 7 full tuition +stipend for at least 3 years. Merit and Need

Xavier de Souza Briggs

Eligibility Criteria:

Associate Professor. Ph.D., Columbia (1996). Specializations: Housing, Race and Metropolitan Opportunity, Social Capital and Racial Segregation, Dynamics of Democratic Problem Solving.

(617) 253-7956

xbriggs@mit.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010


US Citizens/Perm. residents Hispanics of any race White African-American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other Non-US Citizens/Non Perm. Residents Total Students Male 1 8 3 0 2 0 0 27 41 Female 1 13 1 1 2 0 5 15 38 Total 2 21 4 1 4 0 5 42 79

JoAnn Carmin

Associate Professor. Ph.D., UNC-Chapel Hill. Specializations: Civil Society Participation in Environmental Governance, Environmental Movements and Organizations, Environmental Disaster and Emergencies, Central and Eastern Europe.

(617) 452-2697

jcarmin@mit.edu

Professor, Chancellor. Ph.D., MIT (1975). Specializations: Housing Policy, Community Development.

Phillip Clay

(617) 253-6164

plclay@mit.edu

Dayna Cunningham
(617) 452-1380

Executive Director, CoLab. JD, NYU; MBA, MIT (2004). Specializations: Community Development, Participation.

dayna@mit.edu

Professor. Ph.D., UCLA (1986). Specializations: Cities and National Development, Politics of Urban Policy, Policing and Public Security, Cities in Conflict.

Diane Davis

(617) 452-2804

dedavis@mit.edu

John de Monchaux

Professor Emeritus. MArch (Urban Design), Harvard (1963). Specializations: Urban Settlements, Design Review.

(617) 253-8299

demon@mit.edu

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Joseph Ferreira, Jr.

PLANNING FACULTY
Cherie Abbanat
Lecturer. MCP, MIT (1997). Specializations: Writing and Communication for Planners.

Professor. PhD., MIT (1971). Specializations: Urban Spatial Structure, Geographic Information Systems, Community Statistical Systems, Planning Support Systems.

(617) 253-7410

jf@mit.edu

Lynn Fisher

(617) 324-1570

abbanat@mit.edu

Associate Professor. Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University. Specializations: Real Estate, Property Rights, Housing Economics, Financial Contracting.

Professor. Ph.D., London School of Economics. Specializations: Economic and Industrial Development.

Alice Amsden

(617) 252-1685

lfisher@mit.edu

(617) 253-6254

amsden@mit.edu

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Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Harvard (2001). Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, Modeling Alternative Futures, Environmental Planning.

Michael Flaxman

(617) 258-0461

mflaxman@mit.edu

Associate Professor. Ph.D., MIT (1998). Specializations: Science and Environmental Politics, Collaborative Environmental Policy Making, Land Use, Natural Resources and Ecosystem Management.

Judith Layzer

(617) 253-5196

jlayzer@mit.edu

Robert Fogelson

Frank Levy
foge@mit.edu

Professor. Ph.D., Harvard (1964). Specializations: Urban and Suburban History.

Professor. Ph.D., Yale (1969). Specializations: Urban Economics, Computerization of Work, Labor Markets.

(617) 253-1671

(617) 253-2089

flevy@mit.edu

Dennis Frenchman

Professor. MArch AS, MCP, MIT (1976). Specializations: Urban Design, Advanced Media and Design of Public Space, Heritage and Cultural Development, Transformation of Former Industrial Areas.

Ceasar McDowell

Professor of the Practice. Ed.D., Harvard (1988). Specializations: Community Building, Cross-Boundary Leadership, Information Technology, Community Psychology.

(617) 253-8847

dennisf@mit.edu

(617) 253-7587

ceasar@mit.edu

David Geltner

Professor. Ph.D., MIT (1989). Specializations: Real Estate Finance, Real Estate Investment.

Harvey Michaels

Lecturer. MCP, MIT. Specializations: Energy Efficiency.

(617) 253-5131

dgeltner@mit.edu

(617) 253-2084

hgm@mit.edu

Amy K. Glasmeier

Professor and Department Head. PhD, UC Berkeley (1986). Specializations: Geography and Regional Economic Development; Poverty.

Professor. Ph.D., Harvard (1966). Specializations: Regional Economic Development, Energy/Environmental Analysis, Economic-Impact Analysis.

Karen R. Polenske

(617) 324-6565

amyglass@mit.edu AICP

(617) 253-6881

krp@mit.edu

Ezra Haber Glenn

Balakrishnan Rajagopal

Lecturer. MA, University of California at Davis (1996). Specializations: Community Development, Local Planning.

(617) 253-2024

eglenn@mit.edu

Associate Professor. SJD, Harvard (2000). Specializations: Human Rights, Property and Land Use Law, Displacement and Resettlement, Globalization.

(617) 258-7721

braj@mit.edu

Lorlene Hoyt

Associate Professor. Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (2001). Specializations: Urban Revitalization, Business Improvement Districts, Public Participation GIS, Planning Education and Pedagogy.

(617) 452-2073

lorlene@mit.edu

Associate Professor of the Practice, Ph.D., University of Cambridge (2001). Specializations: Urban Design, Electronic Media and Design of Public Space, Human-Computer Interfaces.

Carlo Ratti

(617) 253-7926

ratti@mit.edu

Professor Emeritus. Ph.D., MIT (1967). Specializations: History of Housing Policy, Community Development, Community Networks, Social Services and Housing.

Langley Keyes

Martin Rein

Professor Emeritus. Ph.D., Brandeis (1961). Specializations: Comparative Social Welfare Policy, Social Security Systems.

(617) 253-1540

lkeyes@mit.edu

(617) 253-2047

mrein@mit.edu

Annette Kim

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., UC-Berkeley. Specializations: International Urban Development, Institutional Change, Spatial Analysis, Transition Economies.

Assistant Professor. PhD, MIT (2002). Specializations: Urban Design and Development; Urban Revitalization. Professor. Ph.D., UCLA (1984). Specializations: Development Planning, Informal Economy, Planning Theory.

Brent Ryan

(617) 324-6135

annette@mit.edu

Bish Sanyal

Eric Klopfer

Associate Professor. Ph.D., University of Wisconsin (1997). Specializations: Science Education, Teacher Training, Educational Technology, Biology.

(617) 253-3270

sanyal@mit.edu

Karl Seidman

(617) 253-2025

klopfer@mit.edu

Senior Lecturer. MPP, Harvard University. Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Dev. Finance, Neighborhood Commercial Revitalization.

(617) 253-3964

seidman@mit.edu

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Richard Sennett

Adjunct Professor of Sociology and Urban Studies. Ph.D., Harvard University (1969). Specializations: Evolution of Work, Development of Public Realm, Craftmanship and Culture, History of Urban Design.

Julian Beinart

Professor. M. Arch., MIT (1956); MCP, Yale (1958). Specializations: Urban Design, History and Theory of City Form.

(617) 253-7918

jbeinart@mit.edu

Lecturer. MCP, MIT (1998). Specializations: Urban Design, Cultural Tourism and Heritage Planning and Development, Growth Management Policies and Politics.

Susan Silberberg-Robinson

Visiting Professor. Ph.D., University of Paris (1967). Specializations: Information Technology and Society, Social Movements.

Manuel Castells

(617) 253-2027

scsilber@mit.edu

Tony Ciochetti

Anne Whiston Spirn

Professor. MLA, University of Pennsylvania (1974). Specializations: Urban Landscape Planning and Design, Landscape History and Theory, Landscape Photography.

Professor of the Practice. Ph.D., University of Wisconsin (1995). Specializations: Real Estate Finance, Real Estate Development.

(617) 253-3988

tc@mit.edu

(617) 452-2602

spirn@mit.edu

Lawrence Susskind
(617) 253-2026

Professor. Ph.D., MIT (1973). Specializations: Environmental Policy, Negotiation, Public Dispute Resolution.

AICP

Senior Lecturer. Ph.D., Boston University (1995). Specializations: Transportation Logistics.

Joseph Coughlin

(617) 253-4978

coughlin@mit.edu

susskind@mit.edu

Michael Dennis

Terry Szold

Adjunct Professor. MRP, University of Massachusetts-Amherst (1983). Specializations: Land Use Planning, Growth Management, Politics of Development.

Professor. B.Arch., University of Oregon (1962). Specializations: Architecture and Urban Design, Campus Design and Planning.

(617) 253-7650

mdennis@mit.edu AICP/FAICP

(617) 253-7419

tsszold@mit.edu

Ralph Gakenheimer

Judith Tendler

Professor. Ph.D., Columbia (1966). Specializations: Development Planning, Public-Sector Performance in Developing Countries, Rural Development, Poverty Reduction.

Professor. Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (1964). Specializations: Transportation, Infrastructure, Metropolitan Planning in Developing Countries.

(617) 253-1932

rgaken@mit.edu

(617) 253-0249

tendler@mit.edu

Reinhard Goethert

Principal Research Associate. Dr.- Ing, Technische Hochschule (1985). Specializations: Urban Housing in Developing Countries, Urban Upgrading.

J. Phillip Thompson

(617) 253-2402

rkg@mit.edu

Associate Professor. Ph.D., CUNY (1983). Specializations: Urban Politics, Race Relations, Labor and Local Economic Development, Community Organization.

(617) 452-2813

jt71@mit.edu

Senior Lecturer Emeritus. MCP, Harvard (1962). Specializations: Technology and Urban Development.

Michael Joroff

(617) 253-1354

mljoroff@mit.edu

Professor. D.Phil, Oxford (1985). Specializations: Design Politics, Public Housing, Qualitative Methods, Disaster Recovery.

Lawrence J. Vale

Herman Karl

(617) 253-0561

ljvale@mit.edu

Co-Director, MIT-USGS Science Impact Collaborative (MUSIC). PhD, USC (1977). Specializations: Science and Public Policy.

(617) 324-0262

hkarl@mit.edu

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., MIT (2005). Specializations: Urban Transportation, Transportation and Environmental Sustainability.

P. Christopher Zegras
(617) 452-2433

Melvin King

czegras@mit.edu

Senior Lecturer Emeritus. M.ED., Boston Teachers College. Specializations: Community Development and Information Technology.

(617) 253-3287

mhking@mit.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Nicholas Ashford
Professor. Ph.D., JD, University of Chicago. Specializations: Technology and Policy, Environmental Regulation, Environmental Law and Policy.

Tunney Lee

Professor Emeritus, Lecturer. B. Arch., University of Michigan (1954). Specializations: Urban Design, Chinatowns, Housing Density.

(617) 258-7275

tflee@mit.edu

(617) 253-1664

nashford@mit.edu

Richard Locke

Professor. Ph.D., MIT (1989). Specializations: Comparative Politics and Political Development, Industrial Relations, Political Economy.

(617) 253-4912

rlocke@mit.edu

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Lecturer. MBA, Columbia University. Specializations: Real Estate Finance.

Tod McGrath

William Wheaton

(617) 253-4373

Professor. Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Urban Economics, Real Estate, Public Finance.

(617) 253-1723

wheaton@mit.edu

Professor. MA, University of Cambridge. Specializations: Design Theory, Computer-Aided Design, Electronic Media.

William J. Mitchell

Clarence Williams

(617) 452-3226

wjm@mit.edu

Adjunct Professor Emeritus. Ph.D., University of Connecticut. Specializations: Race Relations.

(617) 253-5446

cgwm@mit.edu

Paul Osterman

Professor. Ph.D., MIT (1976). Specializations: Labor Markets, Human Resources and Training. (617) 253-2667 osterman@mit.edu

Professor. Ph.D., MIT (1970). Specializations: Urban Transport, Public Transport Operation.

Nigel Wilson

(617) 253-5046

nhmw@mit.edu

Michael Piore

Professor. Ph.D., Harvard. Specializations: Political Economy, Economic Institutions and Growth Policy Analysis.

(617) 253-3377

mpiore@mit.edu

Principal Research Scientist. M. Arch., MIT (1975). Specializations: Urban Development, Boston Politics.

Thomas Piper

(617) 253-8950

piper@mit.edu

Peter Roth

FYI
CAN YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD?
Can you design better cities? Can you help places grow sustainably? Can you help communities thrive? Can you help advance equitable world development?

Lecturer. M. Arch,, MS, MIT (1986). Specializations: Urban Development.

(617) 253-4373

Frederick Salvucci

Senior Lecturer, Senior Research Associate. SM, MIT (1962). Specializations: Urban Transportation Planning, Transit Management, Transportation Policy.

MIT IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE AND YOU CAN TOO


At the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP), we are committed to positive social change. Our moral vision is translated into professional education in distinct ways: We believe in the abilities of urban and regional institutions to steadily improve the quality of life of citizens. We emphasize democratic decision-making involving both public and private actors, and acknowledge the necessity of government leadership to ensure greater social and economic equality. We foster a positive approach to technological innovation as a major force of social change. We trust that the built environment can meet the needs of diverse populations and serve as a source of meaning in their daily lives.

(617) 253-5378

salvucci@mit.edu

Adle Naud Santos


(617) 253-4402

Professor, Dean. M.Arch., MCP, University of Pennsylvania (1968). Specializations: Architecture and Urban Design, Housing.

ansantos@mit.edu

Susan Silbey

Professor. Ph.D., University of Chicago. Specializations: Law and Society.

(617) 253-6952

ssilbey@mit.edu

Joseph Sussman

Professor. Ph.D., MIT (1968). Specializations: Transportation Systems.

(617) 253-4430

sussman@mit.edu

Sam Bass Warner, Jr.


(617) 253-5115

Visiting Professor. Ph.D., Harvard (1959). Specializations: Urban History, Urban Environments.

sambass@mit.edu

Professor. Ph.D. University of Chicago (1983). Specializations: Water Resources, Landscape Architecture. (617) 253-1400 wescoat@mit.edu

James Wescoat, Jr.,

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McGILL UNIVERSITY
School of Urban Planning
815 Sherbrooke Street Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A2K6 Phone (514) 398-4075 Fax (514) 398-8376 E-mail: admission.planning@mcgill.ca www.mcgill.ca/urbanplanning Dr. David Brown, School Director Phone (514) 398-4075 E-mail: david.brown@mcgill.ca

MA/MS CIP

ACSP Member:
CORRESPONDING

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Credits of Core ..........................................................................................27 Credits of Studio or Practice Related Courses .........................................15 Credits of Restricted Electives .................................................................12 Credits of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................6 Other ................................................................................ 6 units Internship Total Required Credits in Planning Program............................................66 Thesis, Exams or final product .......................Supervised Research Project

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


Origin Citiz. & perm. res.-Other/dont know Non-cit. & non-PR Total Male 25 0 25 Female 28 0 28 Total 53 0 53

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ...........................................................January 15, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .......................................................January 15, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fee: ......................................................$3,682.36 Can. per year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................ $7,215.16 Can. per year International Tuition and Fees: ...........................................$15,524.51 Can. per year Application Fee ...........................................................................................$100 Can. Additional Fees: ..........................................................................................$180 Can.

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 190 180

PLANNING FACULTY
Accepted Enrolled
61 39 25 27

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Madhav Badami

Master of Urban Planning


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail

MASTERS DEGREE
David Brown, Director (514) 398-4075 david.brown@mcgill.ca

Assistant. B.Tech, MS, IIT, Madras; MEDes, Calgary; PhD, UBC. Specializations: Environmental Policy and Planning, Sustainable Urban Transport, International Planning, Environment and Development. (514) 398-3183 madhav.badami@mcgill.ca

Lisa Bornstein

Year Initiated: 1974 CIP Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................506 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................20

Assistant. BSc, UC Berkeley; MRP, Cornell; PhD, UC Berkeley. Specializations: International Planning, Economic Development, Environmental Policy and Planning, Institutions and Governance. (514) 398-4077 lisa.bornstein@mcgill.ca
Associate. BA, Bishops; MUP, McGill; PhD, Sheffield. Specializations: Environmental Governance, Planning in Developing Countries, GIS Applications in Planning, Environment and Behavior.

Physical Planning, Urban/Regional Development, Transportation Planning, Urban Design, International Development
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: Must hold a Bachelors degree from an accredited institution. 3.0 Not Required iBT: 100 (with 23 for each component) Must hold a Bachelors degree from an accredited institution.

Masters Specializations

David Brown

(514) 398-4075

david.brown@mcgill.ca

Ahmed El-Geneidy

Assistant. BAA, MArch, Alexandria; PhD, Portland State University. Specializations: Land Use and Transportation Planning, Public Transit Planning and Operations, Travel Behaviour, GIS Applications.

(514) 398-8741

ahmed.elgeneidy@mcgill.ca

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Associate. B.Eng, Eindhoven; MSc, MCP, MIT; PhD, University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Metropolitan Development, LandUse Regulation, Neighbourhood and Site Planning, History and Theory.

Raphael Fischler

FYI
Montreal is a cosmopolitan city with roots in both French and English culture. It has four universities and many colleges, a downtown that is active 24/7, attractive and safe neighborhoods, and plenty of recreational opportunities. It is an exceptional laboratory for urban studies and planning, and the School is well-integrated in the local planning world. Students, who have varied disciplinary and ethnic/cultural backgrounds participate in local planning through studio courses and individual initiatives. The School is also very active in international research and has extensive experience in China, India, Pakistan, Southern Africa, Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica, Barbados, Belize, Trinidad and Tobago.

(514) 398-4076

raphael.fischler@mcgill.ca

Jane Glenn

Emeritus. BA, LLB, Queens; D. en droit, Strasbourg. Specializations: Land Use Planning Law, Agricultural Land Control, Land Tenure. (514) 398-6629 jane.glenn@mcgill.ca

Nik Luka

Assistant. BAA, Ryerson; MArch, Laval; PhD, Toronto. Specializations: Urban Design, Landscape Planning, Housing, Urban Form, Environment and Behavior, Public Space. (514) 398-5925 nik.luka@mcgill.ca

Jeanne M. Wolfe

Emeritus. BSc, London; MSc, Western Ontario; MA, McGill. Specializations: Planning History and Theory, Housing Policy and Housing Cooperatives. (514) 398-2255 jeanne.wolfe@mcgill.ca

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


David Farley
Senior Adjunct Professor. BArch., McGill; MArch; Harvard; M City Planning, Harvard. Specialization: Urban Design. dfarle@po-box.mcgill.ca

Mario Polese

Senior Adjunct Professor. BA, New York; MA, PhD, Pennsylvania. Specializations: Urban and Regional Economics, Development and Spatial Structures. (514) 499-4070 mario_polese@ucs.inrs.ca

Ray Tomalty

Adjunct Professor. BA, MPA, Queens; PhD, Waterloo. Specializations: Growth Management, Housing, Local Finances, Environmental Planning and Policy. (514) 847-9259 ray.tomalty@mcgill.ca

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MIAMI UNIVERSITY
Urban and Regional Planning
216 Shideler Hall Oxford, Ohio 45056 Phone (513) 529-5010 Fax (513) 529-1948 E-mail: geography@muohio.edu www.muohio.edu/geography William H. Renwick, Department Chair Phone (513) 529-5010 E-mail: geography@muohio.edu

BA/BS

ACSP Member: FULL

PLANNING FACULTY
James M. Rubenstein
Professor. AB, University of Chicago (1970); MSC, The London School of Economics and Political Science (1971); PhD, Johns Hopkins University (1975) Specializations: Community Development, Demography, International Development and Planning, Land Use/Growth Management. www.muohio.edu/geography (513) 529-5025 rubensjm@muohio.edu

PROGRAM INFORMATION
UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2008-09 ............................................................................Varies Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 ........................................................................Varies In-State Tuition and Fees: ......................................................... $12,258 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................... $26,143 per semester Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$50 Additional Fee: ................................................................................................... None

Associate Professor. BS, Pennsylvania State (1992); MA, University of Arizona (1999); Ph.D., University of Arizona (2003). Specializations: Globalization, Regionalism, International Planning, Land Use Law (513) 529-9284 prythedl@muohio.edu

David Prytherch

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Bruce D'Arcus
Associate Professor. BA, University of California (1994); MA, University of Colorado (1997); PhD, Syracuse University (2001) Specializations: Public Space, Cultural Politics. http://www.users.muohio.edu/darcusb/ (513) 529-1521 darcusb@muohio.edu

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BA in Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail James M. Rubenstein, Professor (513) 529-5025 rubensjm@muohio.edu

Marcia England

Assistant Professor. BA, University of Washington (1998); MA, University of Washington (2002); Ph.D., University of Kansas (2006). Specializations: Access to Public Space; the Politics of Representations; and the Socio-Spatial Regulation of Marginalized Persons (513) 529-5023 m.england@muohio.edu

Year Initiated: 1976 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09..........................................................287 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 .................................................19

Jerry Green

Computers/GIS, Community Development International Development, Rural/Small Town Planning


UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Departmental Requirement: No Requirements Minimum GPA: No Requirements Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: No Requirements

Undergraduate Specializations

Associate Professor. BS, Kent State (1963); MRP, University of North Carolina (1967); PhD, University of North Carolina (1976) Specializations: Land Use Capability Analysis, Aerial Photo Interpretation, Map Interpretation. (513) 529-5017 greenje@muohio.edu

John Maingi

Associate Professor. BS, Moi University (1987); MS, University of Arizona (1992); PhD, University of Arizona (1998) Specializations: Remote Sensing, GIS, Natural Resource. (513) 529-5024 maingijk@muohio.edu

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Ian Yeboah

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 12 Hours of Concentration Area ..................................................................... 0 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 28 Hours of Elective ....................................................................................... 0 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 40 Total Required Hours to graduate from University ..................................... Thesis, Exams or Final Product ............................................... Not required

Professor. BA, University of Science & Technology (1982); MSc, University of Calgary (1988); Ph.D., University of Calgary (1994). Specializations: Globalization and Urbanization, Globalization and Population Movements, Global Development and Poverty http://www.users.muohio.edu.yeboahie (513) 529-5013 yeboahie@muohio.edu

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Ohio Resident Scholarship Ohio Leader Scholarship

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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY


School of Planning Design & Construction Urban and Regional Planning Program
East Lansing, Michigan 48824-1030 Phone (517) 432-3393 Fax (517) 432-3772 E-mail: urp@msu.edu http://www.spdc.msu.edu Scott G. Witter, Director E-mail: witter@msu.edu

BA/BS PAB

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

Hours of Core/Studio Courses ................................................................. 30 Hours of Cognates/Guided Electives ....................................................... 21 Other ........................................................................................................ 69 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 51 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 120 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................ Not required Internship ............................................................................. Recommended

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

5 Undergraduate scholarships, eligibility based on merit.

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Mark I. Wilson, Associate Director (517) 353-9056 pdcgrad@msu.edu

PROGRAM INFORMATION
UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009-10 .................................................................... October 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ...............................................................February 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: .....................................................$5,608.00 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................ $13,273.00 per semester Application Fee: ..................................................................................................... $35 Additional Fees: ...................................................................................................None

Admission Deadline 2009-10 .......................................................June 15/October 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ...................................................................March 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: ...................................................... $5,665.25 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .............................................$11,170.25 per semester Application Fee: ....................................................................................................$50 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Year Initiated: 1946 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/15/09...........................................................380 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 5/15/09 ....................................................9

Land Use Planning Community & Economic Development


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Departmental Recommendation Bachelors Degree 3.0 recommended Required 92/93; 237 Not Required Bachelors Degree Basic Statistics

Masters Specializations

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate MURP MURP/JD

Accepted

Enrolled

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 N/A N/A N/A N/A 111 98 44 0 46 0 29 0 21 0 11 0 3 0

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Ms. Jonglim Han Yoo, Advisor (517) 353-9054 pdcugrad@msu.edu

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core/Studio Courses ..................................................................28 Hours of Concentrated Area .....................................................................12 Research Component ................................................................................ 8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................ 48 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ............................. Plan A Thesis or Plan B Research Paper

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


5 scholarships/fellowships Possible assistantships Eligibility Criteria: Determined on merit.

Year Initiated:1946 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/15/09......................................................... 950 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 5/15/09 ................................................ 52

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: Suggested: Adv. english, composition, algebra, statistics & computer skills Minimum GPA: Depends on pool of applicants Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Depends on pool of applicants

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JOINT MASTERS OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING AND JD


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Mark I. Wilson, Associate Director (517) 353-9056 pdcgrad@msu.edu

PLANNING FACULTY
Kenneth E. Corey
Professor. PhD, University of Cincinnati; MCP, University of Cincinnati; MA, University of Cincinnati; BA, University of Cincinnati. Specializations: International Development, Digital Communities.

AICP

Year Initiated: 2004 Not Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/06...............................................................1 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................0

(517) 432-4750

corey@msu.edu

Peilei Fan

JOINT MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree 3.0 Recommended Required 92/93; 237 Not Required LSAT and undergraduate GPA are both considered; no minimum stated.

Assistant Professor. PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MCRP, Rutgers University; BS, Nanjing University, P.R. China; Specializations: High Tech Industrialization, Urbanization in Asia, Land Use, and Spatial Analysis

(517) 432-6517

fanpeile@msu.edu

Roger E. Hamlin

JOINT MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Professor. PhD, Syracuse University; MRP, Syracuse University; AB, Hamilton College. Specializations: Fiscal/Regional Planning, Economic Development, Real Estate Development.

AICP

(517) 353-8743

hamlin@msu.edu

Hours of Core/Studio Courses ..................................................................83 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................27 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................0 Research Component ................................................................................ 8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................48 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ............................. Plan A Thesis or Plan B Research Paper.

Ren C. Hinojosa

Professor. PhD, University of Washington; MS, University of Washington; CE, Technical University of Oruro, Bolivia. Specializations: Research and Evaluation Methods, Transportation Planning, Regional Analysis, International Planning and Development.

(517) 353-3184

hinojosa@msu.edu

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Eva Kassens

PhD Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Dipl.Ing., University of Karlsruhe (Germany). Specializations: Transportaiton Planning and Policy, Sustainable Citites and Regions

(517) 432-0704

Male 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 4 12

Female 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 6

Total 1 7 0 1 0 0 0 9 18

Zenia Z. Kotval

Associate Professor. PhD, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; MRP, University of MA-Amherst; BS, Academy of Architecture, India. Specializations: Local Economic Development, Industrial Development/ Redevelopment Policy.

AICP

(517) 353-9362

kotval@msu.edu

Sr. Specialist. PhD, University of Michigan; MS, Michigan State University; BS, Michigan State University. Specializations: Community and Economic Development, Public Policy Analysis, Neighborhood Development. http://www.msu.edu/unit.cua

Rex L. LaMore

(517) 353-9555

lamore@msu.edu

Patricia L. Machemer

Associate Professor. PhD, Michigan State University; MA, University of Michigan; MA, University of Michigan; BA, University of Michigan. Specializations: Growth Management, Land Use, Participatory Design Process.

(517) 353-9047

machemer@msu.edu

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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Herbert P. Norman, Jr.

Specialist/Instructor. PhD, Michigan State University; MA, East Carolina University; BS, East Carolina University. Specializations: Land Use Planning, Land Management, Planning Process Theory, International Applications.

FYI
The MSU Planning Program, founded in 1946, has the oldest urban planning undergraduate degree program in the nation. Graduates of the Bachelors and Masters degree programs are scattered throughout the U.S., offering a large network of alumni and potential job contacts. Through Urban Planning Partnerships, which is the outreach unit located within the Program, students carry out real-world planning research for a range of small towns and cities. These cities include Detroit, Lansing, Flint, Grand Rapids, and Pontiac, Michigan. Good ties with area state government and local planning agencies lead to a number of excellent internship placements for students.

(517) 353-0677

normanh@msu.edu AICP

Eric J. Strauss

Professor. PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison; JD, Northwestern University; BA, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Specializations: Urban and Rural Land Use Planning, Environmental Management, Planning Law.

(517) 353-8715

strausse@msu.edu

Mark I. Wilson

Associate Professor. PhD, University of Pennsylvania; AM, University of Pennsylvania; MA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; M.Com, University of Melbourne, Australia; BCom, University of Melbourne. Specializations: Urban and Regional Technology Planning, Economic Development, Non-Profit Organizations and Management http://www.mark-wilson.org

(517) 353-9056

wilsonmm@msu.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Carl Goldschmidt
Professor Emeritus. PhD, University of Pittsburgh; MCP, University of California, Berkeley; BS, University of California, Berkeley;

FAICP

John E. Melcher

Specialist. MS, Michigan State University; BS, Michigan State University. Specializations: Community and Neighborhood Development, Economic Development.

(517) 353-9555

melcher@msu.edu

Professor. PhD, Educational Psychology, Michigan State University; MA, Psychology, Fordham University; BS, Psychology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Specializations: Urban Residential Neighborhoods, Community Development, Urban School Reform. (517) 353-9144 schweit1@msu.edu

John Schweitzer

Igor Z. Vojnovic

Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Geography, MSU; PhD Toronto University, M.Sc.Pl., Toronto University, B.A. York University, (Canada), Specializations: Metro Environments, Urban Form and Land Use, Local Governance, Urban Design, Urban and Environmental Geography

vojnovic@msu.edu

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MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, MANKATO


Urban and Regional Studies Institute
106 Morris Hall Mankato, Minnesota 56001 Phone (507) 389-1714 Fax (507) 389-6377 E-mail: ursi@mnsu.edu http://sbs.mnsu.edu/ursi/ Anthony Filipovitch, Department Chair (507) 389-5035 E-mail: tony@mnsu.edu

BS

MA

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: No Requirements Minimum GPA: Above 50% class standing Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: 21

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 18 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 0 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 15 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................................................................. 0 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 33 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 128 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................ Not required

PROGRAM INFORMATION
UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline ............................................................................ Priority April 1 Financial Aid Deadline ..................................................................Priority March 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................................... $252 per credit Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .......................................................... $500 per credit Application Fee: ................................................................................................... $20 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

MASTERS DEGREE
MA in Urban Studies
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Anthony J. Filipovitch, Graduate Coordinator (507) 389-1714 tony@mnsu.edu

Admission Deadline .............................................................................Priority April 1 Financial Aid Deadline ................................................................... Priority March 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................................... $317 per credit Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .......................................................... $500 per credit Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$40 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Year Initiated: 1966 Degrees Granted through 8/31/08..........................................................422 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 .................................................10

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


07/08 Undergraduate MA MAUP 10 23 10 20

Accepted Enrolled
07/08 07/08 08/09 49 6 20 46 9 25

Economic Development Local Government Management Certificate Planning Certificate


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Masters Specializations

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BA in Urban and Regional Studies
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Anthony J. Filipovitch, Chair (507) 389-1714 tony@mnsu.edu

No Requirements 3.0 No Requirements 500 (173 computer) Not Required Urban Studies Undergrad or equivalent

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Year Initiated:1968 Degrees Granted through 8/31/08.......................................................... 342 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ................................................. 11

Nonprofit Leadership Economic Development


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Specialization:

Hours of Core .............................................................................................9 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................24 Internship .................................................................................................. 3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................36 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: .................... Written comprehensive exam; written studio project with public press conference

MA in Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Anthony J. Filipovitch, Graduate Coordinator (507) 389-1714 tony@mnsu.edu

PLANNING FACULTY
Raymond Asomani-Boateng
Assistant Professor. PhD, University of Waterloo; MSc, Michigan State University; MA, University of Waterloo; BAA, Ryerson University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, GIS, Planning Process.

Year Initiated:1990 Degrees Granted through 8/31/08...........................................................103 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................14

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

(507) 389-5030 raymond.asomani-boateng@mnsu.edu

No Requirements 3.0 Not required 500 (173 computer) Not Required Urban studies undergraduate or equivalent

David Laverny-Rafter

Professor. PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison; MCRP, Rutgers University; BA, Southern Illinois University. Specializations: Housing Policy, Transportation Planning, Program Evaluation, Strategic Planning.

AICP

(507) 389-1540

david.laverny-rafter@mnsu.edu

Beth Wielde Heidelberg

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .............................................................................................6 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................3 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................24 Internship .................................................................................................. 3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................36 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ....................Written comprehensive exam; written studio report with public press conference.

Assistant Professor. DPA, Hamline University; MA, Minnesota State University, Mankato; BS, University of Minnesota. Specializations: Urban Aesthetic, Historic Preservation, Design. http://mavdisk.mnsu.edu/wieldb

(507) 389-1715

beth.wielde@mnsu.edu

Perry Wood

Professor. PhD, University of Nebraska; MA, Kansas State University; BS, Carroll College. Specializations: Zoning and Operational Planning, Economic Development, Downtown Revitalization.

(507) 389-6949

perry.wood@mnsu.edu

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2007-2008 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Anthony J. Filipovitch
Professor. PhD, Portland State University; MA, Duquesne University; BA, University of Michigan. Specializations: Nonprofit Leadership, Children in the City, Analytical Methods. http://krypton.mnsu.edu/~tony

Male 0 10 4 0 2 0 5 1 22

Female 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 19

Total 0 29 4 0 2 0 5 1

(507) 389-5035

tony@mnsu.edu

Janet Cherrington-Cucore

Associate Professor. PhD, University of Delaware; MS and BA, West Chester University. Specializations: Local Government Management, Urban Finance, Community Development. http://www.intech.mnsu.edu/cherrington

(507) 389-5031

janet.cherrington@mnsu.edu

Miriam Porter

Associate Professor. DPA, Hamline University; MA and BS, Mankato State University. Specializations: Urban Management, Human Resource Management, Civic Management.

(507) 389-5032

miriam.porter@mnsu.edu

Total Students

41

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 15th Edition | Page 79

MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY


Department of Geography, Geology and Planning
901South National Avenue Springfield, Missouri 65804 Phone (417) 836-5800 Fax (417) 836-6006 http://geosciences.missouristate.edu Tom Plymate, Department Head E-mail: tomplymate@missouristate.edu

BA/BS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS


Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 45 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 3 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 13 Hours of Elective ....................................................................................... 9 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 70 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 125 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................................No

PLANNING FACULTY
Professor. PhD, Rutgers University (1994) Specializations: Tourism Planning and Development, Planning Theory, Sustainable Development. http://geosciences.smsu.edu/Faculty/Ioannides/Default.htm

Dimitri Ioannides

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2008-09 .......................................................................... July 20 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 ...................................................................... July 20 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................... $179 per credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................. $349 per credit hour Application Fee ......................................................................................................$35 Additional Fee......................................................................................................$274

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

(417) 836-5318

dioannides@missouristate.edu

Rajinder Jutla

Associate Professor. PhD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (1995) Specializations: Urban Design, Planning History, Quantitative Methods. http://geosciences.smsu.edu/Faculty/Jutla/Default.htm

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate

(417) 836-5298

rajinderjutla@missouristate.edu AICP

Accepted

Enrolled
37 40

Diane May

04/05 05/06 04/05 05/06 04/07 05/08 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Assistant Professor. MS, Southern Illinois University (1974) Specializations: Comprehensive Planning, Citizen Participation, Planning History. http://geosciences.smsu.edu/Faculty/May/Default.htm

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Paul Rollinson, Director (417) 836-5688 paulrollinson@missouristate.edu

(417) 836-6900

dianemay@missouristate.edu AICP

Paul Rollinson

Professor. PhD, University of Illinois-Urbana (1988) Specializations: Housing, Homelessness, Social Planning. http://www.faculty.smsu.edu/p/par695f/default.htm

(417) 836-5688

paulrollinson@missouristate.edu

Year Initiated: 1988 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09........................................................... 117 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................9

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Neil Guion
Adjunct. JD, University of Virginia Law School. Specializations: Planning Law.

Community and Regional Planning Tourism Planning and Development


UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Departmental Requirement: No Requirements Minimum GPA: No Requirements Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: No Requirements

Specialization:

Bob Hosmer

Adjunct. MS, Missouri State University. Specializations: Transportation.

AICP

Frank Miller Xiaomin Qiu

Adjunct. MS, Kansas State University. Specializations: Growth Management, Transportation. Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Texas State University, San Marcos. Specializations: GIS

AICP

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MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY


Department of City and Regional Planning School of Architecture of Planning
2201 Argonne Drive, Montebello D103 Baltimore, Maryland 21251 Phone (443) 885-3225 Fax (443) 885-8233 http://sap-morgan.com Siddhartha Sen, Chairperson Phone: (443) 885-1864 E-mail: siddhartha.sen@morgan.edu
University Admission Policy:

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 (2.5/ for conditional) Not Required Required Not Required No Requirements

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2008-09 for Masters program ...............................................NA Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 for Masters program..................February 1 for Fall .....................................................................................................October 1 for Spring In-State Tuition and Fees ...................................................................$372/credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees............................................................$718/credit hour International Tuition and Fees ...........................................................$718/credit hour Application Fees ...................................................................................................... $0

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................18 Thesis ..............................................................................................Optional Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Assistantships, Fellowships, Scholarships and Tuition awards are available Eligibility Criteria ................................................................... Competitive

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


4/05/076/06/09

Accepted
4/05/076/06/09

Enrolled
4/05/076/06/09

Male 0 5 17 0 0 0 0 5 27

Female 1 1 13 0 1 0 0 3 19

Total 1 6 30 0 1 0 0 8 46

Masters

NA NA NA 24 25 25 46 46 46

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City and Regional Planning
Contact: Phone: E-mail: Siddhartha Sen (443) 885-1846 siddhartha.sen@morgan.edu

Year Initiated: 1970.............................................................PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................258 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................5

Generalist Option, Urban Design and Sustainability, Transportation and Infrastructure Planning, Community and Economic Development

Masters Specializations

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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PLANNING FACULTY
Professor and Dean. B.A., Sociology University of Philippines, M.A, Urban and Regional Planning ,University of Philippines, Ph.D. Social Science-Urban Planning and Community Organization, Michigan State University. Specializations: International Planning, Community Participation, Urban Design and Physical Planning, Community-based Economic Development.

Ruth Connell
AICP

Specializations: Sustainability, Design Theory, Historic, Preservation

AIA

Mary Anne Alabanza Akers, Ph.D.

Diane Jones

Specializations: Environmental Justice, Community Design. Art Expression

ASLA

Richard E. Lloyd, Ph.D.

(443) 885-1867

MaryAnne.Akers@morgan.edu

Specializations: Urban Design, Housing and Community Development, Landscape/Site Design

Assistant Professor. B.A., State University of New York at Binghamton MUP, Hunter College of the City University of New York , Ph.D., City and Regional Planning, University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Urban Design, Planning History and Theory, Community Planning and Development, Parks and Open Space Planning, Cultural Geography, Historic Preservation, Comparative International Development, and Sustainable Practices.

Daniel Campo, Ph.D.

Barabara Mobarak

Specializations: Community Planning and Design, Architectural History, Historic Preservation, Environmental Justice

Mahendra Parekh Glenn Smith Paul Voos

Specializations: Graphics, Urban and Residential Design

AIA ASLA ASLA

(443) 885 3514

daniel.campo@morgan.edu

Specializations: Urban Design and Landscape Morphology

Joyce Ann Pressley, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor: B.A. Economics and South Asian Regional Studies, University of Pennsylvania; M. A. City and Regional Planning, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D. Regional Planning, University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: International Economic Development, Land Use, Infrastructure and Environmental Systems, and Rural Development.

Specializations: Human Settlement and Transitive Landscape

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Specializations: Transportation Economics, Transportation Geography

Z. Andrew Farkas, Ph.D.

(443) 885-1860 joyce.pressley@morgan.edu

Professor and Chairperson. B. Arch, University of Kolkata; M.Arch., Rensselaer; MCP., Georgia Tech; Ph.D. Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Specializations: International Development and Planning, Race and Ethnicity, Urban Design, Planning Theory and Practice, Transportation Planning and Policy.

Siddhartha Sen, Ph.D.

Monsoureh Jeihani, Ph.D.

pecializations: Transportation in Developing nations, Land Use Modeling

Young-Jae Lee, Ph.D.

Specializations: Transportation Planning, Transportation Modeling

(443) 885-1864

siddhartha.sen@morgan.edu

Anthony A. Saka, Ph.D.

Sidney Wong, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor. Bachelor of Social Sciences (Economics), University of Hong Kong, Master of Social Sciences in Urban Studies, University of Hong Kong, MS, Town Planning, University of Wales, U.K, Ph.D., City and Regional Planning, University of California Berkeley. Specializations: Planning Methods, Local Economic Development, Municipal Finance and Budgeting, Fiscal Impact Analysis, Community Development and Information Systems, Planning History.

Specializations: Transportation Palling and Policy, Transportation Modeling, Quantitative Methods

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Linda Loubert, Ph.D.


Specializations: GIS, Methods, Municipal Finance.

(443) 885-3208

sidney.wong@morgan.edu

Herschelle Reed-Morris, JD.

FYI
The program is the oldest planning program at a Historically Black College/University (HBCU). It is the first HBCU program accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board. The program teaches practical professional applications using Baltimore region as a model. The program is offered in the evening to meet the need of working students. Work experience, motivation, interest, and maturity are also considered for the selection of non-degree students (i.e. those candidates who may not meet the criteria for conditional or unconditional admission). Applicants admitted as non-degree students may enroll in maximum of eight credits a semester for a maximum of five years and must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Non-degree students may apply for a degree program upon the completion of minimum 12 graduate credits with a cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Instructor: B.A., Morgan State College; J.D., Howard University. Specializations: Land Use Law

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING
Specializations: Urban Design, Housing, Community Design and Planning

Paul Walker Clarke, AIA

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THE NEW SCHOOL


Milano the New School for Management and Urban Policy
Program in Urban Policy Analysis and Management 72 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10025 Phone: 212-229-5400 Fax: 212-229-5404 www.newschool.edu/milano Alex Schwartz, Chair Phone: (212)229-5400, ext. 1415 E-mail: Schwartz@Newschool.edu

MS, PhD.

ACSP Member: AFFILIATE

GRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: institution Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL:

Bachelors degree from an accredited 3.0 Not Required At least 600 (paper-based)/at least 100 (Internet based) Not Required No Requirements

Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

GRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admissions Deadline 2009-10 .... None (Rolling Admission, March 1 suggested for ........................................................................... Fall Semester, October 1 for Spring) Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .......... None (March 1 suggested for Fall Semester, .....................................................................................October 1 for Spring Semester In-State Tuition and Fees: (Masters ............................................. $1,202 per credit Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: (Masters ...................................... $1,202 per credit In-State Tuition and Fees: (PhD .................................................... $1,202 per credit Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: (PhD ............................................. $1,202 per credit Application Fee ......................................................................................................$50 Additional Fees ............................................ None (Optional health insurance plan)

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................................ 9 Hours of Restricted Electives .................................................................... 0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................................................... 15 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................ 42 Exam,Thesis or Final Product ...................................................... Required

PROGRAM SIZENUMBER OF STUDENTS REGISTERED IN FALL TERM


YEAR FULL-TIME PART-TIME TOTAL MINORITY FEMALE

Fall 2008 Fall 2007

83 58

46 44

129 102

68 55

88 63

Fall Student Enrollment: Masters Program Applied


Fall 2008 Fall 2007 146 157

Accepted
138 138

Enrolled
52 46

PLANNING FACULTY
Charles Allison
Lecturer. (MBA, Harvard University). Specializations: Finance, Environmental Sustainability, Alternmative Energy Sources.

GRADUATE DEGREE
Masters of Science in Urban Policy Analysis and Management
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Merida Escandon, Director of Admissions (212-229-5462 ext. 1108 milanoadmissions@newschool.edu

(212) 229-5400 x1617

allisonc@newschool.edu

Warren Balinsky

Associate Professor. (Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University), Specializations: Home Health Care and the Applications of Planning, Sevelopment, Marketing, and Research to Health Services Management and Policy.

Year Initiated: 1971 Degrees Granted through 8/31/06.......................................................... N/A Degrees Granted from 9/1/03 to 8/31/06 ............................................... N/A

(212) 229-5400 x1615

wbalinsk@newschool.edu

Advocacy, Economic and Workforce Development, Finance, Health Services Management and Policy Housing and Community Development, Public and Nonprofit Management, Policy Analysis, Social Policy.

Masters Specializations

Henry Cohen Professor. (Ph.D., Yale). Specializations: Poverty Policy, Economic Development, Urban Politics.

Peter Eisinger

(212) 229-5400 x1516

eisingep@newschool.edu

Alec Ian Gershberg

Associate Professor. (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania). Specializations: Education Policy, International Development, Public Finance.

(212) 229-5400 x1412

gersh@newschool.edu

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Darrick Hamilton

Assistant Professor. (Ph.D., University of North Carolina). Specializations: Econometrics, Racial Disparities. Inequality.

(212) 229-5400 x1514

hamiltod@newschool.edu

David Howell

Professor. (Ph.D., New School for Social Research). Specializations: Labor Economics, Comparative Social Policy, Immigration.

(212) 229-5400 x1416

howell@newschool.edu

Rachel Meltzer

Visiting Assistant Professor. Specializations: Economic Development, Quantitative Methods, Housing.

(212) 229-5400

meltzerr@newschool.edu

M. Bryna Sanger

Professor. (Ph.D., Brandeis University). Specializations: Public Management, Performance Measures, Policy Analysis, Social Policy.

(212) 229-5400 x1411

sanger@newschool.edu

Alex Schwartz

Associate Professor and Chair Policy Programs. (Ph.D., Rutgers University). Specializations: Housing and Community Development.

(212) 229-5400, x1415

Schwartz@newschool.edu

Associate Professor and Dean. (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley). Specializations: Microfinance, Community and Economic Development, Poverty, Social Policy.

Lisa J. Servon

(212) 229-5400 x1618

servonl@newschool.edu

Tatiana Wah

Assistant Professor. (Ph.D., Rutgers University). Specializations: Regional and Local Economic Development Planning, International Development, Immigration, Transnationalism.

(212) 229-5400 x1413

waht@newschool.edu

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NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


College of Architecture and Design
University Heights Newark NJ 07102 http://architecture.njit.edu/ Frederick Little, Graduate Program & Admissions Coordinator (as of 11/1/99) Phone (973)-642-7576 Fax 973-596-3073 E-mail: little@adm.njit.edu

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member:

Affiliate

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors Degree 3.0 No Minimum 80 CPT Not Required Portfolio and three (3) letters of recommendation. Students not sufficiently experienced in design will be required to take a design bridge course prior to enrolling in studios.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2010-11 ..........................................................................1/15/10 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 ......................................................................1/15/10 In-State Tuition and Fees (2009-10) ..................................................$8,105/semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees (2009-10) ...................$11,089/semester Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$75 International Student Fee: .....................................................................$316/semester Health Insurance Fee: ...........................................................................$278/semester

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...........................................12 Hours of Restricted Electives ................................................................N/A Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................12 Thesis/Professional Project ....................................................................N/A Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................36 Exam, Thesis or Final Product: .............................................................N/A Varies: Annual appointments of about 3 Graduate Assistantships.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 Masters Doctoral 16 32 20 31 10 14 12 13 5 8 5 5

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008 - 2009


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents Total Students Male 1 6 2 0 2 0 0 1 12 Female 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 2 8 Total 1 10 4 0 2 0 0 3 20

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Infrastructure Planning
Contact Person: Phone: Email: Year Initiated: 1996 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................77 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................6

http://architecture.njit.edu/academics/graduate/mip-site/
Darius Sollohub, AIA, Director (973) 596-5574 sollohub@njit.edu

Design/Visualization, History/Theory, Transportation, Environmental Sustainability, Construction Management

Masters Specializations:

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DOCTORAL DEGREE
Doctoral Program in Urban Systems
http://architecture.njit.edu/academics/graduate/phd-urbansystems. php
Contact Person: Phone: Email: Year Initiated: 2001 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...............................................................6 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................4 Karen Franck, PhD, Program Director (973) 596-3092 karen.a.franck@njit.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008 - 2009


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Male 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 4 12 Female 1 6 6 0 2 0 3 4 22 Total 2 8 8 1 3 0 4 8 34

Urban Health Systems, Urban Environment Studies, Urban Educational Policy


DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Graduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Graduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Master Degree 3.5 No Minimum 80 CPT Not Required Written statement of purpose, three (3) letters of recommendation and official transcripts of all prior academic work. Interview optional at the discretion of the Director.

Doctoral Specializations:

Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........................................... 0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................12 Thesis/Professional Project .......................................................................24 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................72 Exam, Thesis or Final Product: ................................................ Dissertation Varies: Limited number of full assistantships.

PLANNING FACULTY
Darius Sollohub
Associate Professor. M.Arch, Columbia University. Specializations: Infrastructure Planning, Sustainable Transportation, Community Planning, Urban Design. http://www.njit.edu/news/experts/sollohub.php

AIA

(973) 596-5574

sollohub@njit.edu

DOCTORAL FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Professor. PhD., City University of New York. Specializations: Urban Systems, Alternative Housing, Urban Public Space. http://www.njit.edu/news/experts/franck.php

Karen Franck

(973) 596-3092

karen.a.franck@njit.edu AIA

Assistant Professor. MAUD, Harvard University. Specializations: Urban Design, Infrastructure Planning, Visualizing Infrastructure, Community Planning, Contemporary Urbanism. http://www.njit.edu/news/experts/theodore.php

Georgeen Theodore

(973) 596-3095

georgeen.theodore@njit.edu AICP/PP

Thomas Dallessio

Adjunct Professor. MA and MCRP, Rutgers University. Specializations: Executive Director, Leadership New Jersey; Land Use Planning, Infrastructure Planning. http://www.leadershipnj.org/index.html

(609) 802-0880

tom@leadershipnj.org

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Adjunct Professor. MIP MS Environmental Policy, New Jersey Institute of Technology, MBA, City University of New York. Specializations: Infrastructure Planning, Public and Private Finance, Project Management, Building Economics, Sustainable Technologies, Renewable Energy

Robert Hutchinson

AICP

FYI
Joint or Concurrent Degree Programs: MIP(NJIT) and MCRP (Bloustein School, Rutgers)

(917) 518-0711

hutchinson@dwh advisors .com

Alex Marshall

Adjunct Professor. MS, Journalism, Columbia University. Specializations: Infrastructure, Public Policy, Historic Preservation, Urban Planning, Urban History, Political Economy. http://www.rpa.org/2007/10/alex-marshall.html

(212)-229-9392

alex@rpa.org

Nicolas Ronderos

Adjunct Professor. MS Urban Policy Analysis and Management, The New School University. Specializations: Geographical Information Systems, Form Based Zoning, Transit-Oriented Development http://www.rpa.org/2007/10/l-nicolas-ronderos.html#more

(212) 253-2727 Ext. 318

nicolas@rpa.org

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Steven Chien
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. MS and PhD, University of Maryland. Specializations: Simulation Modeling, Transportation Systems, Urban Systems Engineering, Mass Transportation Systems, Traffic Safety. http://transportation.njit.edu/facultystaff/chien/index.htm

(973) 596-6083

i.jy.chien@njit.edu

Maurie Cohen

Associate Professor of Environmental Policy and Sustainability. PhD, University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Sustainable Consumption, Sustainable Mobility, Sociotechnical Transition Management. http://chemistry.njit.edu/people/cohen.php

(973) 596-5281

mcohen@adm.njit.edu

Janice Daniel

Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. PhD, Texas A&M University. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Congestion Strategies, Urban Freight Movement. http://civil.njit.edu/people/daniel.php

(973) 642-4794

daniel@njit.edu

Rachel Liu

Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. PhD. University of South Florida. Specializations: Travel Behavior, Intermodal Transportation Planning, Network Simulations. http://civil.njit.edu/people/liu.php

(973) 596-5884

rongfang.liu@njit.edu

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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY


Urban Planning Program Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
295 Lafayette Street, Second Floor New York, New York 10012-9604 Phone (212) 998-7400 Fax (212) 995-4165 http://www.nyu.edu/wagner Ingrid Gould Ellen, Department Chair E-mail: ingrid.ellen@nyu.edu

MA/MS PAB
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

ACSP Member:

Full

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

None. 3.0 Not Required. 250 (Computer-based), 600 (Paper-based), 100 (Internet-based). None.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ...............................Fall: June 1; Spring: November 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ..........................Fall: January 7; Spring: October 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................... $911/$58 per credit (Subject to change) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees...................... $911/$58 per credit (Subject to change) Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$80 Additional Fees: ...............................................Room/board: $17,355; Books: $800; ........................................................................................... Health Insurance: $1,388; .......................................................Transportation: $730; Personal Expenses: $4,315

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................36 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................20 End Event ....................................................................................................4 Total Required Hours in Planning Program 60

GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2008


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Male 1 15 1 0 2 0 22 4 45 Female 3 20 2 0 3 0 29 6 63 Total 4 35 3 0 5 0 51 10 108

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 Masters 246 270 167 186 48 60

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: Email: Year Initiated: 1960 Ingrid Ellen, Chair (212) 998-7533 ingrid.ellen@nyu.edu

PAB Accredited

Degrees Granted through 8/31/08.........................................................1199 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................55

Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents Total Students

Environment, Infrastructure & Transportation Planning; Economic Development & Housing Policy; International Urban Planning

Masters Specializations:

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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PLANNING FACULTY
Hilary Ballon
Professor. BA, Princeton University (1977); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1985). Specializations: History and Theory of Planning, Urban Design.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Shlomo Angel
Adjunct Professor. B.Arch., University of California, Berkeley (1967); Ph.D., Berkeley (1972).

(212) 998-7400

hilary.ballon@nyu.edu

Kate J. Ascher

Ingrid Gould Ellen

Adjunct Associate Professor. BA, Brown University (1980); M.Sc. (1981) and Ph.D. (1986), London School of Economics.

Professor. BA (1987), MA (1991) and Ph.D. (1996), Harvard University. Specializations: Community Development, Economic Development Planning, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Race/Ethnicity Planning, and Urban and Regional Economics.

Jan Blustein

(212) 998-7400

ingrid.ellen@nyu.edu

Professor. BA, Johns Hopkins University (1975); MA Oxon, Oxford University (1977); M.D., Yale University (1985); Ph.D. New York University (1993).

Zhan Guo

Rachelle J. Brunn

Assistant Professor. B. Arch., Tianjin University (1996); MA, Tsinghua University (1999); MCP (2003) and Ph.D. (2008), Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Transportation, Infrastructure/Public Services, Environment.

Postdoctoral Fellow. BA, University of Delaware (2002); MA (2004) and Ph.D. (2008), University of Pennsylvania.

(212) 998-7400

zhan.guo@nyu.edu

Sewin Chan

Associate Professor. BA, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (1990); Ph.D., Columbia University (1995).

Mitchell Moss

Professor. BA, Northwestern University (1969); MA, University of Washington (1970); Ph.D., University of Southern California (1975). Specializations: Economic Development, Urban Policy and Politics, and Technology and Regional Development.

Kate Collignon

Adjunct Assistant Professor. BA, Columbia University (1995); MPP/UP, Harvard University (2000).

(212) 998-7400

mitchell.moss@nyu.edu

Salo Coslovsky

Katherine ORegan

Assistant Professor. BPA, Fundao Getlio Vargas (1996); MIA, Tufts University (2002); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2009).

Associate Professor. BS, University of Pennsylvania (1983); Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley (1990). Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Housing, Transportation, and Race and Ethnicity Planning.

Frank Fish

Adjunct Professor. BA, Boston College (1969); MSC, Pratt Institute (1972).

(212) 998-7400

katherine.oregan@nyu.edu

Professor. BA, Georgetown University (1978); MA, Rutgers University (1980); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1988). Specializations: Public Finance and Management, Public Finance Reform, Urban/Regional Economics, International Economic Development.

Paul Smoke

John Fontillas

Adjunct Assistant Professor. BA, University of California, Berkeley (1987); MUP, New York University (1997).

Dall Forsythe Eric Galipo

Professor of Practice. BS (1967) and Ph.D. (1974), Columbia University.

(212) 998-7400

paul.smoke@nyu.edu

Rae Zimmerman

Adjunct Lecturer. BA and BS, North Carolina State University (1999); MUP, New York University (2006).

Professor. BA, University of California, Berkeley (1965); MCP, University of Pennsylvania (1969); Ph.D., Columbia University (1972). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Infrastructure/Public Services, Race/Ethnicity & Planning, and Transportation.

Sarah Gerecke

(212) 998-7400

rae.zimmerman@nyu.edu

Adjunct Assistant Professor. AB, Princeton University (1980); JD, Harvard University (1984).

John Gershman

Clinical Associate Professor. BA, Colgate University (1987); MA, University of California, Berkeley (1988).

Holly Haff

Adjunct Assistant Professor. BA, University of Hawaii (1970); MA, University of Oregon (1979).

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Kei Hayashi

Adjunct Assistant Professor. BA, Wesleyan (1987); MPA, Princeton University (1992).

Shanna Rose

Assistant Professor. BA, Swarthmore College (1997); Ph.D., Harvard University (2005).

Natasha Iskander

Assistant Professor. BA, Stanford University (1994); MCP (1999) and Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute for Technology (2006).

Elliot Sander Daniel Smith

Adjunct Associate Professor. BS, Georgetown University (1977).

Georges Jacquemart

Adjunct Professor. Diploma, Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne, Switzerland (1972); MS, Stanford University (1973).

Assistant Professor. BA, University of Delaware (2002); MPA, University of Delaware (2004); Ph.D., University of Georgia (2007)

Roger Kropf

Steven Stainbrook

Professor. BA, Oberlin College (1968); MRP, Syracuse University (1973), PhD, Syracuse University (1976).

Adjunct Assistant Professor. B. Arch and BS, Ball State University (1995); M. Arch, Harvard University (1997).

Richard Landman

Ruth Ann Stewart

Adjunct Professor. BA (1973), ME (1974), MS (1975), State University of New York at Buffalo; MS, Rutgers University (1977); JD, New York Law School (1988).

Clinical Professor. BA, Wheaton College (1963); MS Columbia University (1965).

James Stuckey

Mark Levine

Adjunct Associate Professor. BA, Union College (1966); JD, New York University (1969).

Adjunct Associate Professor. BA (1975) and MA (1977, 2002), St. Johns University.

Winston Von Engel

Paul Light

Professor. BA, Macalester College (1975); MA (1976) and Ph.D. (1980), University of Michigan.

Adjunct Assistant Professor. B.Arch (1986) and MS (1988), Pratt Institute.

Philip Weinberg

Sarah Ludwig

Adjunct Assistant Professor. BA, Bryn Mawr College (1984); MUP, New York University (1989); JD, New York University (1992).

Adjunct Professor. AB, University of Pennsylvania (1955); JD, Columbia University (1958).

Claire Weisz

Joseph Magee

Assistant Professor. BA, University of Michigan (1996); Ph.D., Stanford University (2004).

Adjunct Assistant Professor. B.Arch, University of Toronto (1984); M.Arch, Yale University (1989).

Mark Willis

Zvia S. Naphtali

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor. BA (1965), MA (1977), and Ph.D. (1981), New York University.

Adjunct Professor. BA (1968) and Ph.D. (1979), Yale University; JD, Harvard University (1971).

David Winder

Amit Nigam

Assistant Professor. BA, Wesleyan University (1994); MA, Yale University (1997); Ph.D., Northwestern University (2006).

Adjunct Associate Professor. BA (1963), M.Ed. (1974), and Ph.D. (1979), University of Manchester.

Allen Zerkin

David Quart

Adjunct Assistant Professor. BS, University of Pennsylvania (1992); MUP, New York University (2003).

Adjunct Associate Professor. BA, Brandeis (1966); JD, Yale University (1972).

Joseph Reilly

Adjunct Associate Professor. BBA, Iona College (1981).

Carlos E. Restrepo

Adjunct Assistant Professor. BS, Lehigh University (1990); MS, University of Pennsylvania (1992); Ph.D., New York University (2006).

Leonardo Romeo

Adjunct Professor. Dott.Arch (Dottore in Architettura), University of Venice, Italy (1971); MSc.CE (Master of Civil Engineering), Columbia University (1982).

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NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY


Department of Geography, Planning and Recreation
NAU Box 15016 Flagstaff, Arizona 86011-5016 Phone (928) 523-2650 Fax (928) 523-2275 geog@nau.edu

BA/BS

MA/MS

ACSP Member: AFFILIATE

Land Use Planning, Environmental Planning, GIS Applications in Planning, Indigenous/Native American Planning, Recreation and Tourism Planning
UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Departmental Requirement: None Minimum GPA: 3.0 GPA/Top 25% Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT- 22 SAT -1040 Conditional admission below these numbers.

Specialization:

http://www.geog.nau.edu/ugrad_p.html Pamela Foti, Department Chair Phone: (928) 523-6196 E-mail: Pam.Foti@nau.edu

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline ........................................................................................... None Financial Aid Deadline ....................................................................................... None In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................... $2,188 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .................................................. $6,658 per semester Application Fee: .................................................................................................... $25 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. $170

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Standard Federal Aid and Loan Programs.

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 39 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 7 Hours of Restricted Elective ...................................................................... 9 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................................................................. 8 Other: Emphasis area: .............................................................................. 14 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 60 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 120 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................ Not required Additional Requirement:............ minimum GPA of 3.0 in Planning classes minimum GPA of 2.5 overall

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Admission Deadline ..................................................................................February 15 Financial Aid Deadline ....................................................................................... None In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................... $2,282 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................... $6,606 per semester Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$85 Additional Fees: ...................................................................................................$100

MASTERS DEGREE
Master in Rural Geography with a Community Planning Emphasis (Campus-based program)
Contact Person: Phone: Email: Debbie Martin, Administrative Assistant (928) 523-2650 geog@nau.edu

Annual Student Enrollment Accepted


Undergraduate Masters 2/1 6/1 2/1 5/2

Enrolled
9/11 17/16 2/2 3/5

05/06 07/08 05/06 07/08

Year Initiated: 2002 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................16

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Public Planning
Contact Person: Phone: Email: Debbie Martin, Administrative Assistant (928) 523-2650 geog@nau.edu

Land Use Planning, Community Development, Geographic Information Systems


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

Masters Specialization

Year Initiated:1979 Degrees Granted 1999 through 8/31/09 ................................................. 94

None. None. Departmental: 1000 Verbal/Math None. Combined Verbal & Math GRE of 1000; lower scores admitted with deficiencies.

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MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................11 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................3 Other ................................................................................. Internship 4 hrs. Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................36 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: Thesis or Non-Thesis Major Paper is required - 6 hrs.

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

University Admission Policy ...............................................................None Minimum GPA ....................................................................................None Minimum GRE ...................................................................................None Minimum TOEFL ...............................................................................None Program Requirement:Minimum 5 years of professional work experience.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Master of Administration with a Community Planning Emphasis (Web-based program)


Contact Person: Phone: Email: Pamela Torbico, Program Coordinator 800-426-8315 (Distance Learning Center) Pamela.Torbico@nau.edu

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................12 Hours of Community Planning Emphasis ................................................15 Restrictive Electives ...................................................................................3 Unrestrictive Electives ................................................................................3 Other: Capstone Experience .......................................................................3 Total Required:..........................................................................................36 Final Product:..............................................................Capstone Experience

Year Initiated: 2006 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...............................................................4

PLANNING FACULTY
Carolyn M. Daugherty
Professor. B.S., M.S., Ohio State University -Columbus; Ph.D., Arizona State University (1987). Specializations: Small Town and Rural Planning, Environmental Planning, Site Planning.

Planning Administration, Community Development

Masters Specialization

(928) 523-0984

Carolyn.Daugherty@nau.edu

R. Dawn Hawley TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Professor. B.A., Baylor University; M.A., University of NebraskaOmaha; Ph.D., Arizona State University (1994). Specializations: Land Use Planning, Public Participation, Economic Geography.

(928) 523-1251

D.Hawley@nau.edu

Ruihong (Ray) Huang Male 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Female 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Total 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0

Assistant Professor. B.A., Hunan Normal University, China; M.S., Zhongshan University, China; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2003). Specializations: Transportation Planning, GIS, Site Planning.

(928) 523-8219 Ruihong.Huang@nau.edu

Alan A. Lew

Professor. B.A., University of Hawaii-Hilo; M.A., M.U.P., Ph.D., University of Oregon (1986). Specializations: Urban Planning, Tourism Planning, GIS.

FAICP

(928) 523-6567

Alan.Lew@nau.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Thomas W. Paradis
Associate Professor. B.S., Pennsylvania State University-University Park; M.A., Ph.D., University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign (1997). Specializations: Historic Preservation, Urban Design.

Neil Gullickson

Adjunct Lecturer. B.A., B.S., Northern Arizona University. Specializations: Physical Planning, Planning and Design Review.

Total Students

11

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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William Ring

Adjunct Lecturer. J.D., University of Arizona. Specializations: Land Use Law.

James L. Sell

Visiting Assistant Professor (Ph.D., University of Arizona, 1983). Specializations: Cultural Geography, Environment/Behavior/Design, Landscape Perception and Planning, Citizen Participation, Environmental and Geographic Education, United States.

Tracy McMillan

Adjunct Lecturer. (Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, 2003). Specializations: Impact of Transportation, Urban Design and Land Use Planning and Policy on Public Health; Children's travels and Health; Schools and Communities.

FYI
Northern Arizona University is located in Flagstaff, Arizona, a city of approximately 60,000. At an Elevation of 7,000 feet, Flagstaff sits at the 12,000 foot San Francisco Peaks and is surrounded by the largest Ponderosa pine forest in the world. This four-season city is focal point for a region offering a wide range of recreational and cultural opportunities, all of which department classes and program take advantage of. A little over an hours drive will take you to one of the greatest wonders of the world-the Grand Canyon. Winter skiing and the red rock country of Sedona are a short drive from the city. The surrounding area is rich in Navajo, Hopi and other American Indian cultures. The Coconino National Forest surrounds Flagstaff and offers recreational activities from hiking and mountain biking to fishing and boating.

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OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY


City and Regional Planning Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture
275 Woodruff Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43210 Phone (614) 292-1012 Fax (614) 292-7106

BS/MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores:

Completion of high school or college transfer 2.0 1090/24

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

http://knowlton.osu.edu Associate Professor Jennifer Evans-Cowley, Head Phone: (614) 292-5427 E-mail: cowley.11@osu.edu

Hours of Core ..........................................................................................45 Hours of CRP Electives ...........................................................................20 Hours of Studio ........................................................................................15 Hours of Restricted Electives ..................................................................20 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ...............................................................20 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ................... 191 quarter hours Thesis or Final Product ..........................................................Not Required

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program ........ August 15, 2008/July 1 Int. Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D program............ August 15, 2008/July 1 Int. Admission Deadline 2009-10 for BS program ..................................................June 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program.....................Early application ............................................................................................................... recommended Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D Program .........................Early application ............................................................................................................... recommended Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Bachelor's program ...............Early application ............................................................................................................... recommended In-State Tuition and Fees ................................................................$2,902 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.........................................................$7,459 per quarter Application Fee .................................................................................... $40 ($50 Intl) Additional Fees: ..................................................................................................... Yes

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Professor Jennifer Evans-Cowley, Graduate Program Admissions Coordinator (614) 292-5427 cowley.11@osu.edu

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Year Initiated: 1958 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/08.........................................................1385 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................46

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters Doctoral 111 19 76 23

Accepted
86 9 61 7

Enrolled
47 5 46 5

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Environmental Land Use Planning, Geographic Information Systems, Physical Planning & Design, Transportation Planning, Housing, Real Estate, & Neighborhood Planning, International Development Planning, Planning Policy & Process, Urban & Regional Economic Planning
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Masters Specializations

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
Bachelor of Science City and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Professor Jennifer Evans-Cowley, Graduate Program Admissions Coordinator (614) 292-5427 cowley.11@osu.edu

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 Required if GPA below 3.0 600 (250)

Year Initiated: 2009 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...............................................................1 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................1

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................38 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................5 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................47 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................90 Exams or Written Requirements::............. Comprehensive Exam or Thesis

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition Awards:

60 Internships 36 Tuition and Fee Waivers 3.0 GPA

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. of City and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Professor Phil Viton, PhD Program Admission Coordinator (614) 292-2119 viton.1@osu.edu

Eligibility Criteria:

JOINT DEGREES

o MA/MCRP - African American and African Studies o MA/MCRP - Environmental Science o MA/MCRP - Public Policy and Management o MPA/MCRP - Public Policy and Management o MLA/MCRP - Landscape Architecture o MS/MCRP - Civil Environmental Engineering and Geodetic Science - Specialization in Transportation o MSW/MCRP - Social Work o JD/MCRP - Law o MA/MCRP - Geography

Year Initiated: 1985 Degrees Granted through 8/31/08.............................................................58 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ....................................................5 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2008 1. Investigating Way-Finding using Virtual Environments 2. Reasoned Action Versus Planned Behavior in Bus Use 3. Water Resources Allocation and Conflict: The Case of the Euphrates and Tigris 4. Geography and the Cost of Network Infrastructure: The Case of Local Telephone Systems 5. Intergovernmental Collaboration in Post Katrina Mississippi

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 2 44 3 0 1 0 0 4 54

Female 1 30 5 0 1 0 4 6 47

Total 3 74 8 0 2 0 4 10

Urban & Economic Development, Environmental & Land Use Planning, Planning Management and Law, Energy & Telecommunications, Environmental Behavior and Urban Design, Negotiation
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: ..............................................................None Departmental Requirement: .................................................................None Minimum GPA: ........................................................................................3.0 Minimum GRE: .............................................................................Required Minimum TOEFL: ........................................................................600 (250)

Doctoral Specializations

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................20 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..............................................................115 Total Required Hours in Program: 135 Thesis or Final Product: Dissertation

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition Awards:

Total Students

101

3 Internships 5 Graduate Associateships (All associate ships carry stipend for 20 hrs/week plus payment of tuition/fees. 3.0 GPA

Eligibility Criteria:

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Jennifer Evans-Cowley

Male 2 3 2 1 0 0 2 1

Female 1 3 2 2 0 0 2 2

Total 3 6 2 3 0 0 4 3

Assistant Professor. BS (1994), MUP (1996) and Ph.D., (2000), Texas A&M; MPA, University of North Texas (1997). Specializations: Planning Administration, Infrastructure, Planning Theory, Land Use. http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/jevanscowley/crpinfo

(614) 292-8044

conroy.36@osu.edu

Professor. BA, SUNY-Buffalo (1970); MA (1972), MPhil. (1973) and Ph.D., (1977), Columbia University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, GIS, Computers, Environmental Modeling. http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/sgordon/crpinfo

Steven I. Gordon

(614) 292-3372

gordon.1@osu.edu

Professor. MA, Ecole des Mines (1970); MSc (1973) and DSc (1976), Technion, Israel. Specializations: Energy, Communications, Urban Economics, Quantitative Methods. http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/jguldmann/crpinfo

Jean-Michel Guldmann

(614) 292-2257

guldmann.1@osu.edu

Associate Professor. BA, Macalaster College (1974); MA (1976) and Ph.D., (1980), Ohio State University. Specializations: Housing, Quantitative, Planning and Geography, Population Studies. http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/hmorrow/crpinfo

Hazel Morrow-Jones

(614) 292-1027

morrow-jones.1@osu.edu

Total Students

11

12

23

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Professor. BArch., Washington University (1969); MUP, New York University (1973); Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University (1979). Specializations: Environment and Behavior, Urban Design, Environmental Psychology, Physical Planning. http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/jnasar/crpinfo

Jack L. Nasar

(614) 292-1457

nasar.1@osu.edu

PLANNING FACULTY
Assistant Professor. BA California State Northridge (1995), MPP, UCLA (1998), PhD. Specializations: International Development, Social Equity, Governance, Poverty.

Kenneth Pearlman

Charisma Acey

Professor Emeritus, Section Head. AB (1964) and MCP (1974), University of Pennsylvania ; JD, Columbia University (1967). Specializations: Planning Law, Planning Theory, Planning Administration, Land Use Policy. http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/kpearlman/crpinfo

(614) 292-1012

(614) 292-5427

pearlman.1@osu.edu

Gulsah Akar

Visiting Assistant Professor. BS (2002), MS (2004) Middle East Technical, PhD (2009), University of Maryland. Specializations: Transportation, Energy, Public Health.

Phillip A. Viton

(614) 292-1012

Associate Professor. BA, Brown University (1972); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1977). Specializations: Transportation, Urban Economics, Quantitative Methods, Urban Modeling. http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/pviton/crpinfo

(614) 292-5427

viton.1@osu.edu

Assistant Professor. BS, University of Pennsylvania (1989); MS (1993) and MP (1993), University of Virginia; Ph.D., University of North Carolina (2000). Specializations: Sustainability, Negotiation and Conflict Management, Environmental Planning, Citizen Participation. http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/mcconroy/crpinfo

Maria Manta Conroy

Burkhard von Rabenau

(614) 292-8044

conroy.36@osu.edu

Professor Emeritus. Dipl. Ing., Technische Hochschule Stuttgart, Germany (1968); MCP (1970) and Ph.D., (1973), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: International Development, Urban Economics, Project Analysis, Quantitative Methods. http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/bvonrabenau/crpinfo

(614) 292-8279

vonrabenau.1@osu.edu

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Clinical Professor: MA, south Dakota State University. Specialization: Downtown Development.

Kyle Ezell

Mark McCord

(614) 292-1012

Professor. BS, Purdue (1977); MS, Stanford (1978); Ph.D., MIT (1983). Specializations: Transportation.

(614) 292-2388

mccord.2@osu.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Lecturer. BA, MLA, MCRP, Ohio State University. Specializations: Technology, GIS,

Vincent Papsidero

Lecturer: MCRP, The Ohio State University. Specialization: Planning Practice.

Charles Cartwright

(614) 292-1012

Nancy Rechie

(614) 292-1012

Lecturer. BA Ohio Dominica, MA Virginia. Specialization: Historic Preservation

Jeff Darbee

Lecturer. BA Lake Forest College. Specialization: Historic Preservation

Denis Rhoden

(614) 292-1012

Lecturer. BA SUNY Binghamton, MCRP Ohio State University. Specialization: Social Equity and Housing

Georgina Dodge

Lecturer. BA (1991), MA (1993) and Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Race and Diversity.

(614) 292-1012

Lecturer. BArch Virginia, MCRP Ohio State University. Specialization: Urban Design

Laura Schinn

Lecturer. BS, Miami University (1994). Specializations: Comprehensive Planning.

Kimberly Gibson

Lecturer. BA, MCRP Ohio State University. Specialization: Urban Design

Jason Sudy

(614) 292-1012

Christine Godward Jackie Graham

FYI

BA, MCRP, Ohio State University. Specialization: Public Health

Lecturer. BS, University of South Florida (1987); M.Mgmt., Northwestern University (1993); MCRP, Ohio State University (2002). Specializations: Real Estate.

(614) 292-1012

Lecturer. BS, Ohio State University (1984); MUP, University of Virginia (1988). Specializations: Comprehensive Planning Regional Planning, International Development.

Jamie Greene

(614) 292-1012

Lecturer. BS, University of Illinois (1974). Specializations: Race and Diversity.

Samuel Gresham, Jr.

GRADUATE PLANNING CLASS AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

Lecturer. BArch, MCRP University of North Carolina. Specializations: Urban Design

Chris Hermann

(614) 292-1012

James N. Upton

Associate Professor. BA (1971), MA, (1973) and Ph.D., (1976), Ohio State University. Specializations: Ethnicity, Urban Politics.

Beth Urban

(614) 292-1012

Lecturer. BA, MCRP Ohio State University. Specialization: Grant Writing

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PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY


Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning
College of Urban and Public Affairs P.O. Box 751 - USP Portland, Oregon 97207-0751 Phone (503) 725-4045 Fax (503) 725-8770 E-mail: susp@pdx.edu http://www.pdx.edu/usp/ Connie P. Ozawa, Director E-mail: ozawac@pdx.edu

BA/BS PAB

MA/MS PAB PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

Community Organization and Change, Housing and Economic Development, Communications and Community Development
UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Departmental Requirement: Intro courses: Sociology, Political Science, Microeconomics Minimum GPA: 3.0 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: SAT 1000, ACT 21

Undergraduate Specializations

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline ....................................Rolling, major declared by Mid-October Financial Aid Deadline ........................................................................................ N/A In-State Tuition and Fees (08/09): .............................. $2,049 per quarter (Full Time) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................... $6,279 per quarter (Full Time) Application Fee ...................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees: ........................................................................................................ 0

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 12 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 6 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 20 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ................................................................ 16 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 54 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 180 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................ Not required

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Internship opportunities and University financial aid available.

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Admission Deadline or Masters program ...................................................January 15 Admission Deadline for Ph.D program ......................................................January 15 Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program .............................................January 15 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.D Program .................................................January 15 In-State Tuition and Fees (08/09): .............................. $3,754 per quarter (Full Time) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .................................. $5,629 per quarter (Full Time) Application Fee ..................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees: ........................................................................................................ 0

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Coordinator Phone: E-mail: Tracy Braden, Student Services (503) 725-5477 tbraden@pdx.edu

For late tuition information, please consult www.pdx.edu

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied 2007 Accepted Enrolled 2008 2007 2008 2007 2008

Year Initiated: 1974 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................682 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................42

Undergraduate Masters

34 204

68 198

34 80

68 81

34 39

68 42

Community Development, Environmental, Land Use, Transportation, Regional Economic Development


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Masters Specializations

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BA/BS in Community Development
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Tracy Braden, Student Services Coordinator (503) 725-5477 tbraden@pdx.edu

Year initiated:1996 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09......................................................... 306 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ................................................56

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 2.75 University, 3.0 Departmental Not Required 550 Not Required A complete application consistent with the requirements posted on the School web page. Recommended: Basic Statistics, Microeconomics.

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Hours of Core ...........................................................................................43 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...........................................10 Hours of Restricted Electives ............................................................. 12-15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................................................... 14-17 Total Required Hours in Planning Program: ............................................72 Exam, Thesis or Final Product:......................Field Area Project (optional)

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Planning, Community Development, Policy Analysis, Gerontology, Regional Economic Development, Transportation
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 1,000 Math/Verbal Combined 550 2.75 or 3.0 in 12 or more graduate credit No Requirements

Doctoral Specializations

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Internship opportunities, Department awards, University financial aid.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Residents Total Students Male 2 22 1 0 0 0 0 1 26 Female 0 59 0 0 1 0 0 2 62 Total 2 81 1 0 1 0 0 3 88

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................17 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................39 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................16 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Total ..........................................................................................................72 Exams or Written Requirements: ........................... Dissertation: 27 credits minimum, 2 field area exams.

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Residents Total Students

Male 1 15 0 0 0 1 0 6 23

Female 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 4 27

Total 1 38 0 0 0 1 0 10 50

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

DOCTORAL DEGREE
PhD in Urban Studies
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Tracy Braden, Student Services Coordinator (503) 725-5477 tbraden@pdx.edu

Year initiated 1969 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2009......................................................212 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2009 ...........................................2 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2009 1. Oregons Initiative-Industrial Complex: Political Consultants, Technology, and Campaigns 2000-2008 2.Community, Conversation, and Conflict in an Online Political Blog: An Examination of Comment Rating Activity With the Daily KOS Pie Fight Diaries.

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PLANNING FACULTY
Carl Abbott
Professor. PhD, University of Chicago (1971) Specializations: Community Development, Historic Preservation, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Metropolitan/Regional Planning, Planning History. http://web.pdx.edu/%7Ed3ca/

Connie P. Ozawa

Professor. MA, University of Hawaii (1978); PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1988) Specializations: Citizen Participation, Environmental Planning, Political Economy, Planning Theory, Negotiation and Conflict Management.

(503) 725-5126

ozawac@pdx.edu

(503) 725-5171

abbottc@pdx.edu

Anthony Rufolo

Professor. MCP, Harvard University (1973); PhD, University of California, Berkeley (1980) Specializations: Community Development, Planning History, Planning Practice, Planning Theory, Transportation. http://www.upa.pdx.edu/USP/people/faculty/adler/inex.html

Sy Adler

Professor. PhD, University of California, Los Angeles (1975) Specializations: Infrastructure/Public Services, Public Finance/Fiscal Planning, Transportation, Urban and Regional Economics.

(503) 725-4049

rufoloa@pdx.edu

Ethan P. Seltzer

(503) 725-5172

adlers@pdx.edu

Ellen M. Bassett

Assistant Professor. A.B. (History and Political Science) 1984, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor; M.S. (Urban and Regional Planning) 1987, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ph.D. (Urban and Regional Planning), 2001, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Professor. MRP (1979), PhD, University of Pennsylvania (1983) Specializations: Community Development Planning, Economic Development Planning, Environmental Planning, Land Use/Growth Management, Metropolitan/Regional Planning.

(503) 725-4045

seltzere@pdx.edu

Vivek Shandas

(503) 725-5174

bassette@pdx.edu

Assistant Professor. PhD, University of Washington (2005). Specializations: Environment, GIS, Community Planning, Land Use.

Assistant Professor. BA, The George Washington University (1999); PhD, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (2006). Specializations: Housing, Affordable Housing Policy, Neighborhood Change, Participation, Planning, Neighborhood Planning.

Lisa K. Bates

(503) 725-5222

vshandas@pdx.edu

Nohan A. Toulan

(503) 725-8203

lkbates@pdx.edu

Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus. MCP, University of California, Berkeley (1959); PhD, University of Pennsylvania (1965) Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning, International Development and Planning, Land Use/Growth Management, Metropolitan/Regional Planning, Physical Planning/Urban Design.

FAICP

Associate Professor. BS, UC Davis (1987); MA, UCLA (1989); PhD, UC, Berkeley (2001) Specializations: Transportation, Infrastructure/Public Services, Environmental Planning, Land Use/Growth Management. http:// web.pdx.edu/%7Ejdill/

Jennifer Dill

(503) 725-5143

toulann@pdx.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Associate Professor. MCRP, Iowa State University (1988); PhD, University of North Carolina (1995) Specializations:Community Development, Political Economy, Politics and Governance, Social Policy/ Human Services.

(503) 725-5173

jdill@pdx.edu

Charles Heying

Michael Fogarty

Professor. PhD, University of Pittsburgh (1975) Specializations: Economic Development Planning.

(503) 725-8263

fogartym@pdx.edu

(503) 725-8416

heyingc@pdx.edu

Assistant Professor. MS, Carnegie Mellon University (1991); PhD, UC Berkeley (1996) Specializations: Community Development, Economic Development Planning, Gender Studies and Planning, Race/Ethnicity, Planning and Social Policy.

Karen Gibson

Barry Messer

Associate Professor. PhD, Portland State University (1994) Specializations: Citizen Participation, Community Development, Environmental Planning.

(503) 725-8265

gibsonk@pdx.edu

(503) 725-5159

messerb@pdx.edu

Assistant Professor. BS, Bowling Green University (1987); M.R.P. University of North Carolina (1992); Ph.D. Northwestern University (2004) Specializations: Transportation Planning, Advanced Travel Demand Modeling and Modeling Methods, Travel Demand Forecasting.

John Gliebe

William Macht

Adjunct Professor.JD, University of Virginia (1967) Specializations: Real Estate Development.

(503) 725-8296

macht@pdx.edu

Sheila Martin

Loren Lutzenhiser

Professor. MA, University of Montana (1976); PhD, UC Davis (1988) Specializations: Environmental Planning, Energy Planning, Community Development.

Associate Professor and Director of the Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies. PhD, Iowa State University (1992) Specializations: Economic Development, Community Development, Regional Planning and Development.

(503) 725-8743

llutz@pdx.edu

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Professor. PhD, University of Iowa (1981) Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Energy Planning, Impact Assessment, Quantitative Methods and Real Estate Development.

James Strathman

Adjunct Professor. JD, Williamette University (1969) Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management, Planning Law.

Edward Sullivan

(503) 725-4069

strathmanj@pdx.edu

(503) 725-4045

esullivan@gsblaw.com

Gerald Sussman

Professor. PhD, University of Hawaii (1983) Specializations: Community Development, International Development and Planning, Political Economy, Politics and Governance.

(503) 725-5176

sussmang@pdx.edu

FYI
In addition to degrees described above, the Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, College of Urban Affairs also offers graduate certificates in Transportation, Real Estate Development, and, in cooperation with the Geography Department, GIS and in cooperation with the Architecture Department, Urban Design. These Certificates are available to all students both during and after the conclusion of their graduate studies.

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PRATT INSTITUTE
Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment
200 Willoughby Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11205 Phone (718) 399-4314 Fax (718) 399-4379 gradplan@pratt.edu http://www.pratt.edu/gcpe John Shapiro, AICP, Chair Lacey Tauber Phone (718) 399-4340 E-mail: ltauber@pratt.edu

MA/MS PAB
University Admission Policy:

ACSP Member: FULL


Bachelors degree from an accredited institution GPA: 3.0 No Requirements 575 (University), 600 (Department) Not Required Evidence of strong writing and/or visual communication skills; commitment to the profession of planning and to the core values of the program: equity, sustainability and public participation

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Minimum Undergraduate Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ................................................................................N/A Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ...........................................................April 15, 2009 In-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................................$1,134 per credit Out-of-State and International Tuition and Fees: ............................$1,134 per credit Application Fee: .................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees ...............................................................................$695 per semester

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Hours of Core ..........................................................................................20 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..........................................10 Hours of Restricted Electives ..........15 credits required for specializations Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................25 Other ..................................................................................... 5 Thesis/DPC Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................60 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ................. Demonstration of Professional ...................................................................................Competence or Thesis

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Master of Science in Historic Preservation


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Eric Allison, Coordinator (212) 647-7532 eallison@pratt.edu

Graduate Assistantships Eligibility Criteria: Graduate Scholarships Eligibility Criteria:

FINANCIAL AID

GPA=3.0 (average award) GPA=3.0 Full time Register

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


MCRP 71 93

Year Initiated: 2004 NCPE Accreditation 2006 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................20 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................9

Accepted
57 61

Enrolled
18 24

Masters Specializations
Historic Preservation
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

06/07 07/08 06/07 07/08 06/07 07/08

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Science in City and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: John Shapiro, AICP, Chair (718) 399-4391 johnshapiro@pratt.edu

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution No Requirements No Requirements 575 (University), 600 (Department) Not Required Evidence of strong writing and analytical skills.

Year Initiated: 1959 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................546 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/09 ..................................................31

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Environmental Planning, Community Development, Historic Preservation, Physical Planning


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Masters Specializations

Hours of Core ..........................................................................................27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................................5 Hours of Restricted Electives ....................................................................3 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................9 Total Required Hours in Program ............................................................44 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ...........................................................None

Masters in Urban Environmental Systems Management


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Eva Hanhardt, Coordinator (718) 399-4314 ehanhard@pratt.edu

PLANNING FACULTY
Chair, Associate Professor. M.S.C.R.P., Pratt Institute. Specialization: Physical Planning & Land Use

John Shapiro

AICP

Year Initiated: Spring 2005 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................52 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ....................................................5

(718) 399-4391

jshapiro@ppsaplanning.com

Eric Allison, Ph.D.

Environmental Systems Management


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited Institution GPA: 3.0 No Requirements 575 (University), 600 (Department) Not Required Evidence of strong analytical skills. Evidence of commitment to sustainability as a tool for confronting environmental quality & health issues.

Masters Specializations

Adjunct Associate Professor and Coordinator of Historic Preservation Program. Ph.D., Columbia University. Specialization: Historic Preservation

(212) 647-7532

eallison@pratt.edu

Adjunct Associate Professor and Coordinator of Environmental Systems Management Program. MUP, New York University. Specialization: Environmental Planning; Community Based Planning

Eva Hanhardt

(718) 399-4318

ehanhardt@mas.org

Ned Kaufman, Ph.D.


(212) 647-7532

Adjunct Associate Professor. Ph.D., Yale University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Historic Preservation.

nkpreservation@verizon.net

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ..........................................................................................20 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................................5 Hours of Restricted Electives ....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................15 Total Required Hours in Program ............................................................40 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ...........................................................None

Adjunct Assistant Professor. PhD, Cornell University. Specializations: Land Use Regulation and Growth Management; Planning Methods

Jonathan Martin, Ph.D.


(718) 399-4314

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2008 US Citizens & Permanent Total Male Female Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Associate Professor. M.S.C.R.P Pratt Institute. Specialization: Urban History and Theory.

William Menking

(718) 399-4323

wmenking@pratt.edu

Ronald Shiffman FAICP, FAIA


(718) 399-4314

Professor. M.S.C.R.P. Pratt Institute, Specializations: Community Development, Sustainable Development, Physical Planning.

ronyvette@mac.com

1 15 0 0 1 0 0 0 17

3 30 7 0 4 0 2 1 47

4 45 7 0 5 0 2 1 64

Vicki Weiner

Adjunct Associate Professor. MS Historic Preservation, Columbia University. Specializations: Historic Preservation; Community Development

(718) 636-3486 ext 6464

vweiner@pratt.edu

Professor. Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Community Development, Gender and Planning, Disaster Migration, Urban Land and Housing in Developing Countries.

Ayse Yonder, Ph.D.

(718) 399-4323

ayonder@pratt.edu

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 15th Edition | Page 103

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


VISITING PROFESSORS: CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING
Visiting Associate Professor. Ph.D, UCLA. Specialization: Urban Economics

Frank Lang, R.A.

Visiting Assistant Professor. M.Arch, University of Pennsylvania, Specializations: Housing & Community Development; Housing Finance

(718) 399-4314

flang@pratt.edu

Moshe Adler, Ph.D.


(718) 399-4314

Visiting Assistant Professor. JD, Yale Law School. Specializations: Land Use and Planning Law

Anika Singh, J.D.

(718) 399-4314

anika.singh@gmail.com

ma820@columbia.edu

Visiting Associate Professor. I.L.B., Yale University. Specialization: Planning Law

Robert Alpern

Visiting Assistant Professor. MSCRP, Pratt Institute. Specialization: Environmental Planning

Ira Stern

(718) 399-4314

istern@pratt.edu

(718) 399-4314

bobalp140@aol.com

Samara Swanston, J.D.


(718) 399-4314

Jennifer Becker

Visiting Assistant Professor. MSCRP, Pratt Institute, Specialization: Economic Development and Sustainability

Visiting Assistant Professor. JD, St. John's University. Specializations: Environmental Law; Environmental Justice

fotlah@earthlink.net

Viren Brahmbhatt, R.A.

Visiting Assistant Professor. MS inArch and Urban Design, Pratt Institute, Specializations: Affordable Housing, Infrastructure Planning and Sustainable Design

Visiting Assistant Professor. M.Arch, Rice University. Specializations: Physical Planning, Community Development

Edward Perry Winston, R.A.


(718) 399-4314

ewinston@pratt.edu

(718) 399-4314

anarchitect@earthlink.net

Catherine Zidar

Visiting Assistant Professor. B.Arch, Pratt Institute. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Physical Planning, Urban Design

Joan Byron

Visiting Assistant Professor. MSCRP, Pratt Institute. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Ecological Infrastructure

(718) 399-4314

czidar@pratt.edu

(718) 636 3486 x6447

jbyron@pratt.edu

Rayna Huber Ehrlich


(718) 399-4314

Visiting Assistant Professor. B.Arch, Cornell University. Specializations: Physical Planning and Urban Design.

VISITING FACULTY: ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT Chris Benedict, R.A.


(718) 399-4314
Visiting Assistant Professor. B.Arch, Cooper Union. Specializations: Green Buildings; Energy Planning

rerlich@pratt.edu

Roland Gebhardt

Visiting Assistant Professor. MFA, Art Academy of Hamburg Specialization: Graphic Design.

benedictra@aol.com

(718) 399-4314

roland@rolandgebhardtdesign.com

Michael Bobker

Visiting Assistant Professor. MSCRP, Pratt Institute, Specializations: Housing and Community Development; Housing Finance

Catherine Herman

Visiting Assistant Professor. M.S. Energy, New York Institute of Technology, Specializations: Energy Systems Management

(718) 399-4314

(718) 399-4314

cherman@pratt.edu

Carlton Brown

George Jacquemart, P.E.


(718) 399-4314

Visiting Associate Professor. MSUP, Stanford University. Specialization: Transportation planning.

Visiting Assistant Professor. B.Arch, Princeton. Specializations: Sustainable Development and Affordable Housing

(718) 399-4314

G-jacquemart@peapc.com

Visiting Associate Professor. MSCRP, Pratt Institute. Specializations: Housing and Real Estate; Community Development

Brad Lander

Visiting Assistant Professor. JD, Pace University. Specialization: Environmental Planning

Darryl Cabbagestalk, JD
(718) 399-4314

darrylcabbagestalk@comcast.net

(718) 636 3486 x6447

blander@pratt.edu

Damon Chaky, Ph.D


(718) 399-4314

Assistant Professor. PhD in Geology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Specialization: Geochemistry; Toxics and Hazardous Materials

dchaky@pratt.edu

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Carter Craft

Visiting Assistant Professor. M.U.P. New York University, Specialization: Waterfront Planning and Development

(718) 399-4314

Visiting Assistant Professor. MA, New York University, Specializations: Historic Preservation; Public History

Jane McNamara
(212) 647-7352

Ramon Cruz

Visiting Assistant Professor. M.U.P. Princeton University, Specializations: Ecological Cities

Theodore Prudon, Ph.D.

(718) 399-4314

Visiting Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Columbia University. Specializations: Historic Preservation; Building Technology

Stephanie Feldman
(718) 399-4314

(212) 647-7532

Visiting Assistant Professor. M.S., New Jersey Institute of Technology Specializations: Industrial Ecology; Pollution Prevention

Visiting Assistant Professor. MA, New York University, Specializations: Historic Preservation; Public History

Marcia Reaven

Tanushri Kumar

(212) 647-7532

mreaven@citylore.org

Visiting Associate Professor. M.U.P. Cornell University Specializations: Industrial Ecology and Green Manufacturing

Kevin Wolfe, R.A.

(718) 399-4314

Visiting Assistant Professor. M.Arch. Columbia University, Specializations: Historic Preservation; Adaptive Reuse Techniques

(212) 647-7532

Paul Mankiewicz, Ph.D.


(718) 399-4314

Visiting Associate Professor. PhD, City University of New York, Specializations: Environmental Planning, Water Quality Management

paul@gaiainstituteny.org

Gita Nandan

VVisiting Assistant Professor. M.Arch. U.C., Berkeley, Specialization: Green Architecture

(718) 399-4314

Visiting Assistant Professor. MSCRP, M.I.T., Specialization: Environmental Planning & Sustainable Development

Ariella Rosenberg Moran


(718) 399-4314

Gelvin Stevenson, Ph.D


(718) 399-4314

Visiting Assistant Professor. PhD, Washington University, Specialization: Environmental Economics

gelvin@optonline.net

Mathy Stanislaus, J.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor. JD, Chicago-Kent College of Law. Specialization: Environmental Planning

(718) 399-4314 mstanislaus@allegianceresources.com

Val Wahington, JD

Visiting Assistant Professor. JD, Albany Law School, Specialization: Environmental Law

(718) 399-4314

VISITING FACULTY: HISTORIC PRESERVATION Erika Avrami


Visiting Instructor. MS Columbia University; MSCRP Rutgers University. Specialization: Historic Preservation

(212) 647-7352

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RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY


Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
33 Livingston Avenue, Suite 300 New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901-1987 Phone (732) 932-5475 ext. 542 Fax (732) 932-1771 http://www.policy.rutgers.edu Robert Burchell, Program Director E-mail:burchell@rutgers.edu

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE:

Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Four year degree. 3.0 University, V-500/Q-600; Department, varies by year. 93/213/550 Not Required Four year degree, some experience welcomed, but not required.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2008-09 for Masters program..... ..................... June 1 Admission Deadline 2008-09 for Ph.D program............................... June 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 for Masters program............... January 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 for Ph.D p rogram ................. January 15 In-State Tuition and Fees ..............................................$6,720 per semester Out-of-State and International Tuition and Fees .......$10,128 per semester Application Fee .......................................................................................$65 Additional Fees: ...............................................................$880 per semester

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................18 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exams, Thesis, or Final Product: .............. Professional report requirement

Master of City and Regional Studies


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Stephen D. Weston (732) 932-5475 x 753 ejb@policy.rutgers.edu

Year Initiated: 1975 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................114 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................5

Annual Student Enrollment


07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 MCRP MCRS 164 9 182 13 102 6 119 6 42 6 55 6

Applied

Accepted

Enrolled

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Stephen D. Weston (732) 932-5475 x753 ejb@policy.rutgers.edu

Environmental and Physical Planning, Regional Planning and International Development, Urban and Community Development, Housing and Real Estate, Transportation Policy and Planning
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement:

Masters Specializations

Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/08.........................................................1359 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................34

Environmental and Physical Planning, Regional Planning and International Development, Urban and Community Development, Housing and Real Estate, Transportation Policy and Planning
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Four year degree. 3.0 University: V-500/Q-600; Department: varies by year. 93/213/550 Another advanced degree and/or international student with significant experience in field.

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................15 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........................................N/A Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................9 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................ 30 Exam, Thesis or Final Product: ........ Comprehensive Exam - oral/written

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

School Awards, Fellowships and Assistantships. Eligibility criteria: Merit and need-based aid, based upon admission Application. University Financial Aid Office: Grants and loans. Eligibility Criteria: Federal grant and loan criteria.

5. States, Housing and Innovation: the Role of State Housing Finance Agencies 6. Local Planning for Agriculture: A New Charge to the Planning Profession. 7. The Institute of Medicine's 2001 Report on Palliative Care as an Instrument of Innovation in Palliative Oncology

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 3 45 5 0 3 1 1 2

Female 0 31 6 1 2 2 0 8

Total 3 76 11 1 5 3 1 10

Housing and Community Development, Land Use and Transportation, Politics and Policy Analysis, Urban and Regional Economics, Science, Environmental and Health Policy, International Development
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement:

Doctoral Specializations

Masters or other advanced degree. 3.0 University: V-500/Q-600; Department: varies by year. 93/213/550 Masters or other advanced degree.

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................33 Other .............................................................................. 24 research credits Total Required Hours in Program............................................................ 72 Exams, Thesis, or Final Product: .............. Qualifying Examination, Thesis Proposal, Dissertation and Defense
*Up to 24 credits can be transferred in from a prior graduate program - advance approval.

Total Students

60

50

110

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Planning and Public Policy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Stephen D. Weston (732) 932-5475 x753 ejb@policy.rutgers.edu

School Awards: Fellowships and Assistantships. Eligibility Criteria: Merit and need-based aid, based upon admission application. University Financial Aid Office: Grants and loans. Eligibility Criteria: Federal grant and loan criteria.

Year initiated 1968 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2008......................................................139 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2008 ...........................................4 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2008 1. Diability, substance abuse and public disability benefits. 2. Security and the Production of Privately Owned Public Space 3. A Practical Method for Developing Context-Sensistive Residential Parking Standard. 4. Disaster Damage Estimation Models: Data Needs versus Ground Reality

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TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Professor. Ph.D., Rutgers University (1971). Specializations: Real Estate Analysis, Fiscal Impact Analysis, Housing, Land Use Planning Methods/ Theory. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Robert W. Burchell

Male 1 16 2 0 0 0 1 5

Female 1 19 5 0 1 0 1 7

Total 2 35 7 0 1 0 2 12

(732) 932-3133 ext. 542

burchell@rci.rutgers.edu

Assistant Professor. MDS (2002) Oxford University; Ph.D. (2008) Columbia University. Specializations: International Urban Development, Informal Settlements, Public Sector Accounting, Development Finance http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Gabriella Y. Carolini

(732) 932-3822 ext. 731

carolini@rci.rutgers.edu

James DeFilippis

Associate Professor. MA (1996); Ph.D. (2000) Rutgers University. Specializations: Urban Political Economy, Housing, Community Development. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-3822 ext. 734

jdefilip@rci.rutgers.edu

James W. Hughes

Professor and Dean. MCRP (1969); Ph.D. (1999) Rutgers University. Specializations: Housing & Real Estate Markets, Demographics, Analysis of Regional & State Economies http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-5475 ext. 756

jwhughes@rci.rutgers.edu

Total Students

25

34

59

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Associate Professor. MS, Rutgers University (1996); Ph.D., Princeton University (1999). Specializations: Demography, Poverty, Public and Child Welfare. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html (732) 932-4101 ext. 668

Radha Jaganathan

PLANNING FACULTY
Professor. MS, University of Dallas (1978); PhD., Cornell University (1982). Specializations: Global Restructuring, Regional Policies, Urban and Regional Economics. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

radha@rci.rutgers.edu

Hooshang Amirahmadi

Michael L. Lahr

Associate Research Professor. MA (1978); Ph.D. (1992) University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Economic Development, Urban and Regional Economics/Development, Public Finance. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-3822 ext. 737

amirahma@rci.rutgers.edu

(732) 932-3133 ext. 546

lahr@rci.rutgers.edu

Clinton J. Andrews

Robert W. Lake

Professor. MS(1985); PhD., (1990) Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Energy Policy, Planning Methods. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Professor. MA (1972); Ph.D. (1981) University of Chicago. Specializations: Community Development, Planning Theory, Race/ Ethnicity & Planning. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-3822 ext. 721

cja1@rci.rutgers.edu

(732) 932-3133 ext. 521

rlake@rci.rutgers.edu

Richard K. Brail

David Listokin

Professor Emeritus. MCRP (1967); Ph.D., (1969) University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Specializations: Urban Transportation Planning, Computer/Information Technology, GIS, Urban Databases, Spatial Models. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Professor. MPA, Bernard Baruch College (1971); MCRP (1971); Ph.D. (1978) Rutgers University. Specializations: Housing, Fiscal Impacts, Historic Preservation. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-3822 ext. 550

listokin@rci.rutgers.edu

(732) 932-3822 ext. 731

rbrail@rci.rutgers.edu

Anton E. Nelessen

Associate Professor. MS, Harvard University (1968). Specializations: Physical Planning, Urban Design, Neighborhood & C.B.D. Rehabilitation. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-3822 ext. 726

nelessen@rci.rutgers.edu

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Kathe Newman

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., City University of New York (2001). Specializations: Urban Politics, Urban Revitalization, Community Development. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-3822 ext. 556

knewman@rci.rutgers.edu

Professor and Associate Dean. MA and Ph.D., Columbia University (1969). Specializations: Urban Neighborhood Redevelopment, Brownfields, Environmental Health Policy. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Michael Greenberg

(732) 932-5475 ext. 673

mrg@rci.rutgers.edu

Robert B. Noland

Professor. MS (1986); Ph.D. (1992) UNiversity of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Transportaiton Planning, Environmental Policy, Quantitative Methods. http://policy.rutgers.edu/faculty

Briavel Holcomb

(732) 932-6812 ext. 606

rnoland@rci.rutgers.edu

Professor. MA and Ph.D., University of Colorado (1967, 1972). Specializations: Tourism, Urban Geography, Societal Impacts of the Internet. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-4101 ext. 688

holcomb@rci.rutgers.edu

Frank J. Popper

Stuart Meck

Professor. MPA(1969); Ph.D. (1972) Harvard University. Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management, The American West, Regional and Environmental Policy. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Faculty Fellow, Center Director. MA, Ohio State, MBA, Wright State University (1971, 1981). Specializations: Comprehensive Planning, Land Use Law & Regulation, Affordable Housing http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-4101 ext. 689

fpopper@rci.rutgers.edu

(732) 932-3640, ext. 640 stumeck@rci.rutgers.edu


Faculty Fellow, Center Director. LL.B., Harvard University Law School (1967). Specializations: Transit Development, Transit System Planning, Transit System Access. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

John R. Pucher

Martin E. Robins

Professor. Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1978). Specializations: Urban Transportation, Urban Economics, Public Sector Economics. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-3822 ext. 722

pucher@rci.rutgers.edu

(732) 932-6812 ext. 697

merobins@rci.rutgers.edu

Julia Sass Rubin

Assistant Professor. M.B.A. (1990); A.M. (1997); Ph.D. (2002) Harvard University. Specializations: Community Economic Development, Development Finance, Nonprofit & Hybrid Organizational Forms. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Joseph J. Seneca

(732) 932-3133 ext. 546

lahr@rci.rutgers.edu

University Professor. MA and Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Environmental Policy and Regulation, State and Local Economic Development and Finance, Government Regulation of Business. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Associate Professor. M.S. (1972) Stanford University; Ph.D. (1981) University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Geographic Information Science, Urban Applications of GIS, Planning Methods. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Lyna Wiggins

(732) 932-5475 ext. 757

seneca@rci.rutgers.edu

Meredeth Turshen

(732) 932-3822 ext. 568

lyna@rci.rutgers.edu

Professor. MA, New York University (1961); Ph.D., University of Sussex (UK) (1975). Specializations: Gender and Development, International Health, Third World Social Policy. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-4101 ext. 681

trushen@rci.rutgers.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Frank Felder
Associate Research Professor. SM, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1994, 2001) Specializations: Energy Planning & Policy, Restructured Electricity Markets, Reliability Analysis http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Carl Van Horn

Professor. MA and Ph.D., The Ohio State University (1975, 1976). Specializations: Workforce Development, Policy Analysis and Evaluation, State Politics. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

(732) 932-4100 ext. 714

vanhorn@rci.rutgers.edu

(732) 932-5680, ext. 670

ffelder@rci.rutgers.edu

University Professor. MA and Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (1967, 1969). Specializations: International/Regional Economic Development, Urban Impact Analysis, Urban and Industrial Policy. http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty.html

Norman Glickman

(732) 932-3133 ext. 570

glickman@rci.rutgers.edu

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RYERSON UNIVERSITY
School of Urban and Regional Planning
School of Urban & Regional Planning (SBB-400) 350 Victoria St., Toronto, Ontario M5B 2K3, Canada E-mail: grdadmit@ryerson.ca Phone: 416-979-5150 - Fax: 416-979-5153 www.ryerson.ca/graduate/urbandevelopment Dr. Mitch Kosny, School Director (Int.) Dr. Sandeep Agrawal, Graduate Program Director Email: sagrawal@ryerson.ca Phone: 416.979.5000, press 1, ext. 6767

MPL 1 and 2 year streams

ACSP Member: Full

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy for 2 year stream: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: 4 year honours Bachelors degree from a recognized University B in the last 2 years of the study. Not required 237 and 4.5 essay/580 and 4.5 TWE MPL Supplementary Admissions data form, Statement of Intent, Curriculum Vitae, 2 letters of recommendation and original transcripts from all undergraduate schools. 4 or 5 year accredited Bachelors Degree in Planning from a recognized University AND no less than two calendar years of professional planning experience. Students with a Bachelor's Degree (four- or fiveyear) in a related discipline who show evidence of significant professional experience in Planning will be accepted on a case by case basis. B in the last 2 years of the study. Not required 237 and 4.5 essay/580 and 4.5 TWE MPL Supplementary Admissions data form, Statement of Intent, Curriculum Vitae, 2 letters of recommendation and original transcripts from all undergraduate schools.

University Admission Policy for 1 year stream:

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ........................................................January 16, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline ......................................June 2009 for September 2009 start Domestic Tuition and Fees for 2 yr stream: ................... *$13,430.16 for the 5 terms Domestic Tuition and Fees for 1 yr stream: ............. N/A (Program starts Fall 2009) International Tuition and Fees for 2 yr stream: ............. *$26546.95 for the 5 terms International Tuition and Fees for 1 yr Stream: ...... N/A (Program Starts Fall 2009) Application fee:.............................................................................................. $100.00 Additional fees: ......................................................................................................... * *Fees are officially posted on the website at www.ryerson.ca/graduate/fees at the beginning of August for the coming academic year and they are subject to change. The fees listed above are for students who started in Fall 2008.

Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement:

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


09/10 MPL (2 yr stream) MPL (1 yr stream) 139 15

Accepted
09/10 51 6

Enrolled
09/10 30 3 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
2 Year Stream Number of Required courses ....................................................................10 Number of Elective Courses .......................................................................3 Studio or Practice Related Courses ...................................2 Studio courses ..............................................................(included in 10 Required Courses) Field Practicum ................................................ minimum 6 weeks required ......................................................... to complete (3rd term of the program) Final Product:............................................... Major Research Paper/Project ...........................................to be completed in the 5th term of the program 1 Year Stream Number of Required courses ......................................................................6 Number of Elective Courses .......................................................................2 Studio or Practice Related Courses .......... 2 Studio courses (included in 6 .........................................................................................Required Courses) Final Product:........................................... Major Research Paper/Project to ...............................................be completed in the 3rd term of the program

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Planning in Urban Development
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Sandeep Agrawal, Program Director 416-979-5000 press 1 ext 6767 sagrawal@ryerson.ca Program Administrator 416-979-5000 ext 2099. urbandev@ryerson.ca

- OR-

Year Initiated: 2 year stream 2008; 1 year stream 2009

Multiculturalism, Environmental Planning, Urban Regeneration, Sustainable Urban Development


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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Ryerson University Graduate Scholarship (RGS) $7000.00 scholarship for students with an A- average or higher Number of Scholarships depends on funding available Ryerson University Graduate Award Maximum amount $6500.00 per student Number of Award and amount of each depends on funding available

Assistant Professor. B.A.H. (Queen's, 1991), M.PL. (Queen's, 1994), Ph.D. (University of Toronto, 2000). Specializations: Urban Sustainability, Environmental Design, Environmental Planning, Urban Governance, Public Engagement and Progressive Pedagogy.

Pamela Robinson

MCIP, RPP

(416) 979-5000 ext. 6762 pamela.robinson@ryerson.ca MCIP, RPP

Joseph H. Springer

PLANNING FACULTY
Assoc. Prof., Interim Assoc. School Director, Graduate Program Director. B.Arch. (IIT-Roorkee, India, 1991), M.C.P. (Manitoba, 1994), Ph.D. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001). Specializations: Urban Design, Design Review, Ethnic Enclaves, Multiculturalism and Planning Policies, Immigration and Settlement.

Professor. B.A. (University of Western Ontario, 1971) M.C.R.P. (Rutgers, 1974/78) Ph.D. (University of Western Ontario, 1984) . Specializations: Homelessness and Social Housing, Policy Evaluation.

(416) 979-5000 ext. 6766

springer@ryerson.ca MCIP, RPP

Sandeep Kumar Agrawal

MCIP, RPP, AICP

Steven Webber

Assistant Professor. BA (Toronto) M.A.(U.C.L.A), Ph.D. (USC). Specializations: Land Use Policy, Growth Management Strategies, Affordable Housing, Financial Feasibility

(416) 979-5000 ext. 6772

swebber@ryerson.ca

(416) 979-5000 ext. 6767

sagrawal@ryerson.ca

Zhixi Cecilia Zhuang

Lawrence Altrows

Professor. B.Sc. (McGill, 1968) M.urb. (Montral, 1973). Specializations: Community Development Practices in Latin America, Tourism Development, International Development, Community Development

Assistant Professor. B.Arch (China), MUP (China), PhD (Waterloo). Specializations: Urban Design, Retailing, Revitalization and Urban Growth, Multicultural Planning, Immigration Settlement, Cross-cultural Studies.

(416) 979-5000 ext. 6806

(416) 979-5000 ext. 6765

laltrows@ryerson.ca MCIP, RPP

David Amborski

Professor. B.A. (Boston College, 1971) M.Sc. (Planning) (Toronto, 1974) M.A. (Economics) (Toronto, 1981). Specializations: Municipal Finance, Development Charges, Property Tax Reform in Ontario, Strategic Planning Practice in Ontario and Eastern Europe

AFFILIATED FACULTY
Professor Emeritae. B.A. (McGill, 1974) M.urb. (Montral, 1976) Ph.D. (British Columbia, 1981) . Specializations: The Public Realm, Multiculturalism in Planning, Gender and Planning

(416) 979-5000 ext. 6768

amborski@ryerson.ca MCIP, RPP

Beth Moore Milroy

FCIP, RPP

Professor. B.A. (Brock, 1973) M.E.S. (York, 1976) . Specializations: Land-use and Site Planning / Design, Professional Practice, Planning Ethics and Theory

Ronald Keeble

bmilroy@ryerson.ca MCIP, RPP, AICP

(416) 979-5000 ext.6771

rkeeble@ryerson.ca

James Mars

Mitchell Kosny

Interim School Director. B.A. (Idaho, 1972) M.R.C.P. (Oklahoma, 1974) Ph.D. (Waterloo, 1978). Specializations: Municipal Capacity-building, Policy, Strategic Planning, Social Planning

Professor Emeritus. A.B. (Brown, 1969) M.R.P. (Cornell, 1973) Ph.D. (Cornell, 1979). Specializations: Transportation Planning, Information Technology, Statistics, Survey Research; Planning Analysis, Regional Planning and policy

(416) 979-5000 ext. 6764

jmars@ryerson.ca

(416) 979-5000 ext.7314

mkosny@ryerson.ca MCIP, RPP

Eileen Costello

Associate Professor. B.A. Hons. (Toronto) M.Sc. Pl. (Toronto) Ph.D. Cand. (Waterloo), MCIP, RPP. Specializations:Urban/ex-urban Parklands, Urban Ecology, Landscape & Ecological Design, Landscape Urbanism; Edible Landscapes & Food Security, Biodiversity Conservation

Nina-Marie Lister

B.A. (Queen's, 1996), M.Sc. Pl. (Toronto, 1998), LLB (Toronto 2001). Specialization: Municipal and Land Use Planning Law.

ecostello@airdberlis.com

(416) 979-5000 ext 6769

nm.lister@ryerson.ca MCIP, RPP

Leo Longo

B.A. (Toronto, 1974), LLB(Queen's, 1977). Specialization: Development Law, Municipal Law.

Professor. Cross-appointed with School of Occupational and Public Health. B.A. (Toronto, 1970) M.E.S. (York, 1973) Ph.D. (Princeton, 1982). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Environmental Risk Assessment, Hazardous Facility Siting

Ronald Pushchak

llongo@airdberlis.com

Almos Thomas Tassonyi

(416) 979-5000 ext. 7049

pushchak@ryerson.ca

B.A. (Toronto, 1973), M.A.(Toronto, 1974), M.Sc. (London, 1995), PhD Candidate (Calgary). Specialization: Municipal Finance, Property Tax Legislation.

almos.tassonyi@ontario.ca

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Mohammad Qadeer

Adjunct Professor. M.S. (Greece, 1962), M.C.P (Rhode Island, 1966), PhD (Columbia, 1971). Specializations: Multiculturalism, Ethnic Enclave, Third World Planning, Rural Planning

FCIP, RPP

Mq35@hotmail.com

Murtaza Haider

Associate Professor. B.Sc. (Pakistan, 1992) M.A.Sc. (Toronto, 1999), PhD (Toronto, 2003). Specializations: Supply Chain/Logistics Management, Travel Demand Forecasting, Infrastructure Investment Analysis, and Land Development

(416) 979-5000 x 2480

murtaza.haider@ryerson.ca

Associate Professor. B.A. (Queens, 1987), M.C.S. (Calgary, 1996), PhD (York, 2001). Specializations: Environmental Justice, Urban Sustainability, Socio-spatial Theory, Applied Geographical Information Systems, and Ethno-racial and Immigrant Settlement Patterns.

Cheryl Teelucksingh

(416) 979-5000 Ext. 6213

teeluck@ryerson.ca

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SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY


Urban Planning and Real Estate Development
3550 Lindell Blvd., Tegeler Hall Suite 300W Saint Louis, Missouri 63103 Phone (314) 977-3934 Fax (314) 977-1616 www.slu.edu Robert A. Cropf E-mail: cropfra@slu.edu

MA/MS

ACSP Member: Full

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................9 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................12 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program............................................. 45

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ..................................................................May 1, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .............February 1, 2009In-State Tuition and Fees: Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .................................................................................... Application Fee ......................................................................................................$40 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

Male 1 13 1 0 1 0 7 2

Female 2 4 5 0 0 0 0 1

Total 2 17 6 0 1 0 7 3

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 30 21

Accepted
21 8

Enrolled
15 6

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning and Real Estate Development
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Iris Hampton (314) 977-3934 hamptoi2@slu.edu

Total Students

25

11

36

Year Initiated: 1998 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................32 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/03 ....................................................7

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Dr. Sarah Coffin
Assistant Professor. PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology. Specializations: Research in Brownfields, Affordable Housing, Community Development

Masters Specializations
Community Development Economic Development

(314) 977-3934

coffinsl@slu.edu

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 3.0 None Specified None Specified Inferential Statistics

Dr. Scott Cummings

Professor. PhD, University of Connecticut. Specializations: Research in Public Policy Analysis, Evaluation, Urban Policy Development.

(314) 977-3934

sbcummo1@slu.edu

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Assistant Professor. PhD, UCLA. Specializations: Land Use, Transportation, Growth Management.

Dr. Mark Garnett

(314) 977-3934

guage of real estate transactions are important to both public sector and private sector professionals. UPRED works with and on issues that run the gamut of human settlement and sustainable development. The St. Louis region is our primary focus, but our search for ideas and solutions is national and global. The problems of urban decline and disinvestment are not unique to St. Louis. Similarly, problems caused by population growth on the urban fringe and changing employment locations are not just symptomatic of life in urban areas of the United States. The skills and competencies gained in the program are designed to develop local, regional, and global perspectives.

E. Allan Tomey

Instructor. AB, Northwestern University. Specializations: Research in Employment and Training.

(314) 977-3934

tomeya@slu.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Dr. Robert Cropf
Associate Professor. PhD, New York University. Specializations: Research in Public Finance, Public Policy Analysis, Urban Policy Analysis.

Program Design

(314) 977-3934

cropfra@slu.edu

UPRED is a 45-credit hour program. Key elements are the studio/workshop courses, internship, and concentration. The workshop/studio courses are intended to develop your technological, teamwork, and leadership capacity in handling active planning problems. Building on the previous semester, each workshop/studio introduces a new problem to be resolved and new skills to be commanded. Building Specialization: The program offers each student the opportunity to enhance his or her interests by specializing in one of three areas of oncentration. The concentrations are: o Real Estate Development o Economic Development o Community Development

Dr. Mary Domahidy

Associate Professor/Chair. PhD, Saint Louis University. Specializations: Research in Public Policy Analysis, Urban Affairs, Organization Studies, Strategic Planning.

(314) 977-3934

domahimr@slu.edu

Dr. Gary Higgs

Assistant Professor. PhD, University of Illinois. Specializations: Research in Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing, Economic Geography.

(314) 977-3934

higgsgb@slu.edu

Professor. JD, Saint Louis University. Specializations: Land Use Regulation/Real Estate Transactions, Property, Contracts, Housing and Community Development.

Peter W. Salsich, Jr.

(314) 977-2770

salsichp@slu.edu

FYI
Master's Degree in Urban Planning and Real Estate Development
The mission of the program in Urban Planning and Real Estate Development is to provide a center for education, community dialogue and research to support urban growth, and revitalization in the St. Louis region and globally.

Why Include Real Estate?

Land and land transactions are fundamental aspects of development and revitalization. Whether you are working on neighborhood, infill-housing, or attracting a major industry to increase employment, land transactions are a critical aspect of "making the deal." A basic understanding of financial concepts, land use laws, and the lanPage 114 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 15th Edition

SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY


School of Public Affairs Master of City Planning Program
5500 Campanile Drive San Diego, California 92182-4505 Phone (619) 594-6224 Fax (619) 594-1165 http://spa.sdsu.edu/cityplanning.html Larry A. Herzog , Coordinator, MCP Program Phone: (619) 594-6964 Email: laherzog@mail.sdsu.edu
Minimum GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL:

MCP PAB
2.85 950 213+ computer

ACSP Member: Full

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ..................................................................................... 33-36 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................9 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .............................................................. 3-6 Thesis ..........................................................................................................3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exams or Written Requirements: ..................................... Master Thesis or written comprehensive Exam

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline ..........................................................................................May 1 Financial Aid Deadline ..................................................................................... Varies In-State Tuition and Fees: .................................................................................. Varies Out-of-State and International Tuition and Fees:. ............................................ $2,919 Not to exceed $10, 170 for Fall/Spring semester Non-Resident Tuition Fees: ...................................................................$372 per unit Application Fee ...................................................................................................... $55 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Research Assistantships (varies). Fowler Scholarships(varies) Eligibility Criteria: Strong academic and commitment to field of study.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


07 Masters 51 08 44

Male 5 18 0 2 2 0 2 1

Female 2 10 0 0 2 0 4 1

Total 7 28 0 2 4 0 6 2

Accepted Enrolled
07 39 08 34 07 21 08 20

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Lawrence A. Herzog (619) 594-6964 laherzog@mail.sdsu.edu

Year Initiated: 1968 Degrees Granted through 8/31/06...........................................................330 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................10

Public Policy, Community Development, Land Use/Growth Management, Individual Concentrations Available Through Advisors

Masters Specializations

Total Students

30

19

49

* Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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PLANNING FACULTY
Maurizio Antoninetti
Assistant Professor. BA, Polytechnic of Milan (1991); MCP San Diego State University (2000); Ph.D. UC Santa Barbara/San Diego State University (2008). Specializations: Urban Design, Universal Design, Quantitative and Mixed Methodologies, Phenomenology, Healthy Communities and Sustainable Neighborhood Design

Sherry Ryan

Associate Professor. BA., Princeton (1987); MS, University of California, Irvine (1992); Ph.D., University of California, Irvine (1997). Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, Transportation Planning, Planning Practice.

(619) 594-5037

sryan@mail.sdsu.edu

(619) 594-4099

mantonin@mail.sdsu.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Michael McLaughlin
Instructor/Lecturer. BS., Northern Illinois University; MA, Northern Illinois University; MCRP, Ohio State University. Specializations: Regional Planning, Housing and Community Development, Planning Practice.

Roger Caves

Professor. BA., Old Dominion University (1975); MUS, Old Dominion University (1977); Ph.D., University of Delaware (1982). Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management, Politics and Governance, Community Development, International Planning and Development.

(619) 594-6972

rcaves@mail.sdsu.edu

(619) 594-5507

mikemcla43@aol.com

Louis M. Rea

Professor. BA., Colgate University (1970); MRP, Syracuse University (1973); Ph.D., Syracuse University (1975). Specializations: Quantitative Methods, Regional Economics, Transportation Planning.

Richard Parker

(619) 594-6083

lrea@mail.sdsu.edu

Instructor/Lecturer. BS., University of California, Berkeley; MCP, San Diego State University; MBA, University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D., Pacific Western University. Specializations: Quantitative Methods, Survey Research, Regional Economics

Lawrence Herzog

(619) 594-6084

parker3@mail.sdsu.edu

Professor. BA., SUNY, Albany (1973); MA, Syracuse University (1975); Ph.D., Syracuse University (1980). Specializations: Community Development, Environmental Planning, International Planning, Urban Design/physical Planning.

(619) 594-6964

laherzog@mail.sdsu.edu

HOUSING, SOCIAL, AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING


Many planners practice in these overlapping areas. Housing planners help develop strategies to increase the supply of affordable housing and expand home ownership among low income or disadvantaged groups. These planners often try to create incentives and remove constraints on private home builders or work with public or non-profit organizations to build housing units for low income families or senior citizens. Many housing planners try to encourage mixed use developments which offer services and jobs close to where people live; others promote projects which provide housing opportunities for people from a mixture of income levels. Planners concerned with the social aspects of a community often combine their interest in housing with efforts to increase the overall quality of life in poor or minority neighborhoods. Many social and community planners work to improve multiple aspects of a targeted neighborhood, combining many substantive planning skills from economic development to urban design. For example, community and social planners may work to improve transit service in disadvantaged communities or develop job training programs for unemployed residents or provide better public health facilities in low income neighborhoods. These planners often work with land use and transportation planners.

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SAN JOS STATE UNIVERSITY


Department of Urban and Regional Planning
Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: Full

One Washington Square San Jos, California 95192-0185 Phone (408) 924-5882 Fax (408) 924-5872 E-mail: urbplan@email.sjsu.edu www.sjsu.edu/urbanplanning Dayana Salazar, Department Chair Phone (408) 924-5854 E-mail: dayana.salazar@sjsu.edu

GRE recommended but not required (Department) 550/213: University Personal statement, transcripts and three letters of recommendation.

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................9 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................15 Other ......................................................................6 units Report or Thesis Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exam, Thesis or Final Product: ......................... Planning Report or Thesis for 6 units Note: 180 hours of professional work or internship experience required.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline for Domestic Students....................... Fall: TBD, Spring: TBD Admission Deadline for International Students................. Fall: TBD, Spring: TBD Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .....................................................................March 2 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................... $2,995 per semester Full time. Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees: ............. $7,459 per semester Full time. Application Fee ...................................................................................................... $55 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Eight Graduate Research Assistantships per year ($1,000 to $9,000). Eligibility Criteria: Research Assistantship positions are projectdependent. Amount of stipend varies by hours. Two Departmental Awards ($500 to $1,200). Eligibility Criteria: Distinguished academic record and outstanding service to the department and the profession.

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 106 121 78 76 56 52

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Residents Total Students Male 6 54 2 0 10 0 3 5 80 Female 11 44 1 1 4 0 1 15 77 Total 17 98 3 1 14 0 4 20 157

Masters

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Hilary Nixon, Graduate Advisor (408) 924-5852 hilary.nixon@sjsu.edu

Year Initiated: 1970 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................666 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................30

Community Design and Development, Applications of Technology in Planning, Environmental Planning


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 2.5 (University), 3.0 recommended on last two years of undergraduate work (Department)

Masters Specializations

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PLANNING FACULTY
Associate Professor: BA (1993) Harvard University; M.Sc. (1994) London School of Economics and Political Science; Ph.D. (2002) University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Transportation Planning and Finance, Planning History, and Communication Skills for Planners.

Rob L. Eastwood

Asha Weinstein Agrawal

Lecturer: BA (1995) Occidental College; MA (1998) Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Social Planning.

(408) 299-5792 rob.eastwood@pln.co.santa-clara.ca.us

Roxanne Ezzet-Lofstrom

(408) 924-5853

asha.weinstein.agrawal@sjsu.edu

Lecturer: BA (1988) University of California at San Diego; MA (1995) San Diego State University; Ph.D. (2002) University of California Irvine. Specializations: Policy Analysis.

(415) 333-1165

roxanne.ezzet@gmail.com

Professor: AICP, BS (1964) and MS (1966) University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Ph.D. (1974) Harvard University. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, Quantitative Methods, Public Finance/ Fiscal Planning, and Computer Applications for Planning.

Earl G. Bossard

Richard Kos

Lecturer: AICP; BS (1989) Rutgers; MRP (1995) University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems and Community Planning.

(408) 924-5860

bossard3@pacbell.net

(415) 227-0833

rickkos@mindspring.com

Shishir Mathur

Associate Professor: B.Arch. (1995) Regional Engineering College, Tiruchirappalli; MUP (1997) School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi; Ph.D. (2003) University of Washington. Specializations: Housing, Growth Management, Public Finance, Strategic Planning and Management.

Lecturer: BA (1996) University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; MUP (2002 ) State University of New York, Buffalo. Specializations: Environmental Planning.

Matthew Krupp

(408) 945-5182

matt.krupp@sanjoseca.gov

(408) 924-5875

shishir.mathur@sjsu.edu

Assistant Professor: BA (1993) University of Rochester; MA (1996) National University, San Diego; Ph.D. (2006) University of California, Irvine. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy, Industrial Ecology, Waste Management, and Applied Econometrics.

Hilary Nixon

Lecturer: AICP, BA (1978) Carleton College; MS (1984), MCP (1986), Ph.D. (1995) University of California Berkeley. Specializations: Transportation Planning.

Richard Lee

(925) 930-7100

dr.r.w.lee@pacbell.net

Reena Mathew

(408) 924-5852

hilary.nixon@sjsu.edu

Lecturer: BA (2001) Pitzer College; MCP (2003) University of California Berkeley. Specializations: Communication Skills for Planners.

Dayana M. Salazar

(408) 535-7844

Reena.Mathew@sanjoseca.gov

Professor: B.Arch. (1986) Javeriana University, Bogot; MCP (1990) University of Cincinnati. Specializations: Participatory Community Planning, Computer Aided Visualization, Urban Design, and Site Planning.

Gregory Newmark

(408) 924-5854

dayana.salazar@sjsu.edu

Lecturer: BA (1997) Yale University; MSc (2006) Techion Israel Institute of Technology; PhD (expected 2010) University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Quantitative Methods, Transportation Planning, Planning History.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Professor: BA (1966) Stanford University; Ph.D. (1972) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specializations: Political science, local and state politics, and urban studies.

(510) 282-8413

gnewmark@berkeley.edu

Terry L. Christensen

Dana A. Peak

Lecturer: BS (1989) University of California, Davis; MA (1995) Cornell University. Specializations: Historic Preservation.

(408) 299-5798

dana.peak@pln.co.santa-clara.ca.us

(408) 924-5565

terrychr@email.sjsu.edu

Laurel R. Prevetti

Courtney A. Damkroger

Lecturer: BA and BBA (1981) Southern Methodist University; MA (1986) and MCP (2000) University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Historic Preservation.

Lecturer: BS (1981) and MS (1984) University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Land Use Planning, Community Development, and Resource Management.

(408) 535-7901

laurel.prevetti@sanjoseca.gov

(408) 277-4576

cdamkroger@hotmail.com

John E. Davidson

Lecturer: BA (1986) University of Chicago; MUP (2002) San Jos State University. Specializations: Land Use Planning.

Lecturer: BA (1972) University of California, Santa Cruz; MCP (1974) University of Pennsylvania; MArch (1985) MIT. Specializations: Urban Design, Architecture, History.

Walter Rask

(408) 795-1878

walterrask@yahoo.com

(408) 535-7895

john.davidson@sanjoseca.gov

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Lecturer: BA (1980), MA (1983), MS (1990), and MCP (1991) University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D. (2006) University of California, Davis. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Institutional Integration, and Regional Governance.

Charles R. Rivasplata

FYI
San Jos State Universitys Department of Urban and Regional Planning is uniquely poised to educate future and current planning professionals and to generate innovative research to further the discipline. The university is located in downtown San Jos, the largest city in Northern California and the capital of Silicon Valley, one of the most rapidly changing and socially complex metropolitan areas of the nation. The department offers graduate study leading to the degree of Master of Urban Planning. The program trains skilled professionals who graduate with a strong education in general planning practice and theory, as well as specialized training in planning sub-fields. Graduates also become familiar with cutting-edge planning concepts and applications that are evolving locally in the Silicon Valley and larger Bay Area. The department takes advantage of its urban location by collaborating with local planning agencies and through hands-on work with community-based organizations. Faculty and students engage in public service projects designed to assist local communities in addressing topical planning issues, while also providing students with real-world professional experience. A special mission of the program is to provide planning education opportunities for a diverse student population, including working students who prefer to attend the program on a part-time basis.

(415) 897-6929

c_rivasplata@hotmail.com

Heidi Sokolowsky

Lecturer: BSc (1990), MSc (1996) University of Technology, Darmstadt, Germany; JD (1990) University of the Pacific. Specializations: Architecture and Urban Design.

(415) 864-2954

sokolowsky@earthlink.net

Keith A. Sugar

Lecturer: BA (1986) San Francisco State University; JD (1990) University of the Pacific. Specializations: Planning and Environmental Law.

(831) 336-9566

sugarangel@cruzio.com

David A. Vasquez

Lecturer: BA (1976) San Francisco State University; MA (1987) California State University, Chico; Ed.D. (1997) University of San Francisco. Specializations: Computer Graphics for Urban-Design Visualization and Sustainable urban Design.

(415) 722-7167

dvasquez@aol.com

John Weis

Lecturer: BS (1965) Boston College; MCP (1968) University of Rhode Island. Specializations: Community Development.

(408) 795-1894

john.weis@sbcglobal.net

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SAVANNAH STATE UNIVERSITY


Graduate Program in Urban Studies & Planning
Post Office Box 20385 Savannah, Georgia 31404 Phone: (912) 356-2966 Fax: (912) 353-3299 www.savannahstate.edu/gradstudies Department of Political Science, and Public Affairs Dr. Bernard Bongang, Department Chair Phone: (912) 356-2340 E-mail: bongang@savannahstate.edu

BA/BS PAB

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

Minimum Undergraduate GPA 2.6 on 4.0 scale Minimum GRE Current Scores if Applicable Minimum TOEFL Current Scores if Applicable Minimum MAT Current Scores if Applicable Departmental Requirements At least 3 letter of Recommendation, Current Resume, a one thousand word essay on one of the following: A current problem facing urban America; Purpose for attending graduate school for urban studies degree

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core: .................................................................. 21 Credit Hours Hours of Electives: ............................................................. 9 Credit Hours Masters Thesis or Field Paper: .......................................... 6 Credit Hours

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admissions deadline Fall Semester May 15th International Students and Graduate Assistantship July 1st Regular Admissions Spring Semester October 1st - International Students and Graduate Assistantship November 17th - Regular Admissions

Phone: (912) 356-2253/2254 Fax: (912) 353-3150 Address: Savannah State University Office of Financial Aid P.O. Box 20523 Savannah, GA 31404 Email: finaid@savannahstate.edu

Housing, Community and Economic Development, Environmental Health, Public Affairs, and Land Use and Infrastructure Development, and Historic Preservation
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Master of Science in Urban Studies and Planning program introduces students to a variety of issues facing urban areas through a multi-disciplinary framework while building a firm theoretical and practical expertise in urban planning, urban politics, economic and community development, historic preservation, public management and urban fiscal. The Geographical Information System lab and engaged with faculty members who are respected scholars and leading practitioners in the field of urban studies. The classes are held in well-equipped classrooms in the Coastal Georgia Center. Small classes and a low student-faculty ratio ensure that the students receive a lot of individual attention from their instructors.

Masters Specializations

In-State Tuition and Fees: ..............................................$2009.00 (all fees included) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ......................................$7089.00 (all fees included) Application Fee: ...............................................................................................$25.00 Additional Fees: .................................. per credit hr $142 in-state, $565 out-of-state *fees include 12 credit hours and all regular student fees: Health, technology, and activities

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied 08/09 09/10 8 8 Accepted 08/09 09/10 7 7 Enrolled 08/09 09/10 7 7

Masters

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Science in Urban Studies and Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Deden Rukmana (912) 356-2983 rukmanad@savannahstate.edu

Year initiated:1999 Degrees Granted through 5/31/09.............................................................22 Degrees Granted from 4/31/08-5/31/09 ......................................................3

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TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanic White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Non-US Citizen/NonPermanent Resident Total Students Male 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 7 Female 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 6 Total 0 1 12 0 0 0 0 13

Nicole Oretsky

Assistant Professor. H.BA, Trinity College, University of Toronto (1998); M.A., University of Toronto (2000); Ph.D., The New School for Management and Urban Policy (2007). Specializations: Community Development, Ethnographic Research Methods, Housing Policy, Housing Rights, and Urban Cross-Cultural Policy Evaluation

(912) 303-1886

orestskyn@savannahstate.edu

Coordinator of Graduate Program in Urban Studies and Planning Assistant Professor. BA, Bandung Institute of Technology (1994), MS, Bandung Institute of Technology (1997), MPDS, University of Southern California (2001), Ph.D., Florida State University (2006). Specialization: Economic and Community Development, Geographic Information System, International Development and Planning, Homelessness and Poverty and Quantitative Methods.

Deden Rukmana

(912) 356-2983

rukmanad@savannahstate.edu

AFFILIATED FACULTY
Bernard L. Bongang
Associate Professor & Department Chair. B.A. (1978, University of Yaound, Cameroon) Post-Graduate Diploma, (1987, Cameroon Radio & Television Training Center, Yaound Cameroon) M.S. (1993, Boston University) M.A. (1997, University of South Carolina, Columbia) PhD (2005, University of South Carolina, Columbia). Specializations: International Politics, Political Communication, US Foreign Policy, and North-South Relations

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

(912) 356-2340

bongang@savannahstate.edu

PLANNING FACULTY
Nailah Brock
Assistant Professor. BA, Hampton University (1995); MPA, George Mason University (1997); PhD, Howard University (2006). Specializations: Welfare Policy, Public Budgeting, State and Local Government

Professor. BA, Tehran Business College (1974), BA, Avilla University (1981), MPA (1984) Southern Illinois University, Ph.D. (1990), Southern Illinois University. Specializations: Human Resource Management, Ethics, Organization theory, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Strategic Planning, Government and Politics of the Middle East.

Behrooz Kalantari

(912) 353-5265

kalantab@savannahstate.edu

(912) 303-4349

brockn@savannahstate.edu

Sylvester Murray

Professor. BA, Lincoln University Pennsylvania (1963), MGA, University of Pennsylvania (1967), MA, Eastern Michigan University (1976) . Specializations: State and Local Administration, Public Sector Ethics, Budget and Finance, Comparative Administration

Professor. BA, California Polytechnic State University, MA and MSPA, Florida State University, PhD Florida State University. Specialization: Urban Politics, Ethics, Public Policy, Human Resource Management and Leadership, and Organization Theory and Behavior.

Willie Johnson

(912) 351-6480

johnsonw@savannahstate.edu

(912) 303-1885

murraysy@savannahstate.edu

Shirley Geiger

Professor. BA. Howard University (1970), MPA. University of South Carolina (1978), PhD. University of South Carolina (1984). Specializations: Public Administration, Organization Theory, Community and Economic Development, Public Budgeting and Finance.

(912) 356-6944

geigers@savannahstate.edu

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STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY


Department of Geography and Planning
AS-218, 1400 Washington Avenue Albany, New York 12222 Phone (518) 442-4636 Fax (518) 442-4742 E-mail: planners@albany.edu http://www.albany.edu/gp Christopher J. Smith, Department Chair Phone (518) 442-4779 E-mail:cjsmith@albany.edu

BA/BS PAB

MA/MS PAB PAB

ACSP Member: FULL


High School Diploma or Equivalent 90/100 Average 1100 Average Self-Selective

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Departmental Requirement:

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 18 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 0 Hours of Restricted Elective ...................................................................... 0 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................................................................. 0 Other ........................................................................................................ 18 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 36 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................ Not required

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline ...................................................................................... March 1 Financial Aid Deadline ............................................................................... March 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: ...................................................................$4,970 per year Out-of-State and International Tuition and Fees: .............................$12,870 per year Other: ....................................................................$979 Mandatory Health Insurance ....................................................................and SEVIS fee for International Students Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$40 Additional Fees: ..................................................................................$1,778 per year Admission Deadline 2008-09 for Masters program ........................................... None Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 for Masters program................................ March 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: ...................................................................$8,370 per year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .........................................................$13,250 per year Other: .................................................................$1,778 Mandatory Health Insurance ....................................................................and SEVIS fee for International Students Application Fee ......................................................................................................$70 Additional Fees: ..................................................................................$1,173 per year

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

56% of Incoming Freshmen Receive Financial Aid Eligibility Criteria: Need-Base Merit-Base Scholarships Eligibility Criteria: GPA Average 95/100 SAT Average 1341

MASTERS DEGREE
Master Regional Planning in Urban & Regional Planning
Contact Person: Catherine T. Lawson, Associate Professor and Director Phone: (518) 442-4775 E-mail: lawsonc@albany.edu Year Initiated: 1982 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/16/09...........................................................345 Degrees Granted from 8/25/08 to 5/16/09 ................................................27

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate Masters 55 52 60 49

Accepted Enrolled
49 46 58 43 47 48 53 49

Environmental and Land-Use Planning; Housing, Local Economic Development and Community Planning; Transportation Planning; Urban and Regional Information Systems
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution & GPA 2.5 2.5 (University)/ 3.0 (Department) Not Required 213 Not Required Good writing, graphic, computer and verbal skills.

Masters Specializations

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BA in Interdisciplinary Major in Urban Studies and Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Christopher J. Smith (518) 442-3249 cjsmith@albany.edu

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Year initiated:1994 Degrees Granted through 6/30/09...........................................................185 Degrees Granted from 7/1/08 to 6/30/09 ..................................................18

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................4 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program: ............................................48 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ...................Research paper as part of core; Written and oral comprehensive exam

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

2.5 Assistantship Lines; 1 Targeted Fellowship Lines; AITE Scholarships; Research, Assistantships, Plus Standard Student Loan Program. Eligibility Criteria: Strong academic record and suitability for TA or RA work, as related to specific assignments. AITE are transportation Scholarships awarded on basis of GPA and research project summary.

Catherine T. Lawson

Associate Professor. BA., Western Washington University (1988); MS., (1995); MURP (1997); Ph.D., (1998) Portland State University. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Quantitative Methods & Data Management, GIS, Freight.

(518) 442-4775

lawsonc@albany.edu

David A. Lewis

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Assistant Professor. BA, (1989); MCRP., (1997); Ph.D., (2003) Rutgers University. Specializations: Regional Planning and Regional Science, Brownfield Redevelopment, Local and Regional Economic Development, Globalization and Economic Restructuring.

(518) 442-4595

dalewis@albany.edu

Corianne P. Scally Male 1 28 1 0 1 0 1 1 32 Female 0 17 3 1 1 0 0 5 18 Total 1 45 4 1 2 0 1 6 60

Assistant Professor. BA Florida State Univeristy, (1998); M.S.P. Florida State University (2000); Ph.D. Rutgers University, (2007). Specializations: Housing, Community Development, Urban, Qualitative Methods. (518) 591-8561 cscally@albany.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Youqin Huang
Assistant Professor. BA, (1992); MA., (1995) Peking University; MA., (1997); Ph.D., (2001) University of California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Migration Studies, Gender Studies, Population Geography, Quantitative Methods.

(518) 442-4792

yhuang@albany.edu

James E. Mower

Associate Professor. BA. (1977) SUNY at Geneseo; MA. (1981) Indiana University; Ph.D., (1989) University at Buffalo - SUNY. Specializations: GIS, Automated Cartography.

(518) 442-4779

jmower@albany.edu

Total Students

John S. Pipkin

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Ray Bromley
Professor. BA.(1969); MA. (1973), Ph.D., (1975) Cambridge University. Specializations: History of Ideas in Planning and Development, Community Development and Neighborhood Planning, Housing Policy, International Development.

Distinguished Service Professor. BA, (1968); MA., (1970) University of Sheffield; MS., (1970); Ph.D., (1974) Northwestern University. Specializations: Urban Design, Quantitative Methods, Built Environment, Urban Geography.

(518) 442-4777

j.pipkin@albany.edu

AICP

Professor and Department Chair. BSc, London School of Economics (1968); AA Diploma, Architecture Association (1970); MA (1971), PhD (1974) University of Michigan. Specializations: Urban Geography, East Asian Studies, Social Problems, Urbanization and Migration.

Christopher J. Smith

(518) 442-4766

r.bromley@albany.edu AICP

(518) 442-3249

cjsmith@albany.edu AICP

Gene Bunnell

Associate Professor. BA, Wesleyan University (1966); MCRP., Harvard University (1969); MPH, Michigan (1970); P.hD., London School of Economics (1993). Specializations: Land-Use Planning and Growth Management, Case Studies of Planning Effectiveness, Infrastructure Finance and Privatization, Story-Telling in Planning.

Adjunct Faculty. BA., SUNY at Plattsburgh (1979); MRP., University of Massachusetts at Amherst (1983). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Land-Use Planning, Trails and Greenways.

John J. Behan

(518) 583-4335

jbehan@behanplanning.com

(518) 442-4469

gbunnell@albany.edu

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Paul M. Bray

Adjunct Faculty. BA, Boston University (1965); JD., Columbia University (1968). Specializations: Parks, Preservation and Heritage Planning, Land-Use Law, Environmental Law.

(518) 472-1772

pmbray@aol.com

Adjunct Faculty. B.Arch, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1985); MA,Empire State College, SUNY (1994). Specializations: Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Planning, Health and Recreation, Trails and Greenways.

Jeffrey S. Olson

Adjunct Faculty. BS University of Massachusetts (1992); MS Ohio University (1998); ABD University of Alaska. Specializations: Martian Geology, Impact Cratering, Planetary Science, Remote Sensing, GIS

Fred Calef III

(518) 442-4778

trails2k@aol.com

Erica L. Powers, Esq.

(518) 442-3912

fcalef@albany.edu

Adjunct Faculty. BA Cum Laude, Harvard College (1965); JD, Boston University (1971); LL.M. Boston Univeristy School of Law (1976). Specializations: Planning Law and Environmental Law.

Todd M. Fabozzi

Adjunct Faculty. BA, SUNY College at Potsdam (1985); MRP., University at Albany - SUNY (1994) . Specializations: GIS, Growth Management, New Urbanism.

(518) 588-0743

FabozziTM@aol.com AICP

Adjunct Faculty. AB, Albright College (1982); MLA., SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (1994). Specializations: Site Planning, Community Planning, Waterfront Planning.

James E. Reppert

AICP

(518) 442-4770

jreppert@albany.edu

Rocco Ferraro

Adjunct Faculty. BA., Rutgers University (1973); MCRP, Ohio State University (1975). Specializations: Land-Use Planning, Applied Demography, Regional Planning, Growth Management.

(518) 453-0850

rocky@cdrpc.org

Professor & Associate Dean, Albany Law School. BA, University at Albany-SUNY; JD., Albany Law School. Specializations: Land-Use Law, Environmental Law, Planning Ethics.

Patricia E. Salkin

(518) 445-2351

psalk@albanylaw.edu AICP

Christopher J. OConnor
(518) 442-4770

Adjunct Faculty. BA., (1996); MA., (2002); University at Albany, SUNY. Specializations: GIS, Water Resources.

S. Thyagarajan

co7450@albany.edu

Adjunct Faculty. BA., University of Bombay (1959); MCRP, Ohio State University (1963). Specializations: Comprehensive Planning, Site Planning, Urban Design, Growth Management.

Kathleen O'Connor, P.E.

(518) 442-4770

thyag@energyanswers.com

Adjunct Faculty. BA University of Michigan, (1987); BSE University of Michigan (1994); MS (1996) University of California. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Water Resources.

WHAT DO PLANNERS DO?


In their jobs, some planners have responsibility for specific geographic areas such as individual neighborhoods in a city or region; within those areas they may provide assistance on a variety of substantive issues from land use to transportation. Other planners have substantive responsibilities such as housing or environmental planningand provide assistance in their specific specialization to many communities within a city or region. Some planners work on projects which will be undertaken within a year or two while others focus their efforts on projects many years in the future. Today, planners may move back and forth between jobs in the public, non-profit, and private sectors over the course of their career. They may also work for different levels of governments at different times. And they may change their specialities or their focus long after they leave school in response to on-thejob experiences or the opportunity for new challenges. While you may think of planning as an urban activity, it actually occurs in communities of all sizes. Many planners work in small cities, in rural areas, and for Indian Nations. Others work in suburban neighborhoods at the periphery of large regions while still others have jobs in the dense core of major metropolitan areas.

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TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
Department of Community and Regional Planning School of Environmental Design
580 Meetinghouse Road, Ambler, PA 19002 Phone (267) 468-8300 Fax 267-468-8315 http://www.temple.edu/ambler/crp/index.htm Dr. Deborah Howe, FAICP, Chair E-mail: dhowe@temple.edu Phone: 267-468-8301
Minimum GPA Class Rank: SAT: ACT: Honors:

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


B average, 3.0 Top 40% Critical Reading range 500-600, Math range 500-600 22-24, need Writing portion Automatic consideration, 1300+ SAT, 3.8 GPA, top 10%

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 24 Hours of Studio .......................................................................................... 3 Hours of Internship .................................................................................... 3 Hours of Planning Elective ........................................................................ 9 Final Project ............................................................................................... 3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ........................................... 42 Total Credits to Graduate ....................................................................... 124

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline Fall Semester ............................................................. March 1 Admission Deadline Spring Semester ....................................................November 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 .................................................................. March 1 In-state Tuition .................................. $5,587 plus fees (12-17 credits) per semester Out of State Tuition ........................ $10,227 plus fees (12-17 credits) per semester Application fee ......................................................................................................$50

Financial Aid Deadline: Merit Scholarships: Scholarship criteria:

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

March 1st Automatic consideration with application, 1150 SAT, 3.5 GPA, top 20% of class.

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES:

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Science in Community and Regional Planning
Contact Phone Email Department Administrator 267-468-8300 crplanning@temple.edu

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Admission Deadline rolling admission for 2008-09 ................................until July 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 .................................................................. March 1 In-state Tuition ................................................................... $590 plus fees per credit Out of State Tuition ........................................................... $861 plus fees per credit Application Fee .........................................................................$60 online, $65 paper

Year Initiated 2002 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................76 Degrees Granted from 9/01/08-8/31/09 ....................................................14

Applied
Undergraduate Graduate

Accepted

06/07 07/08 08/09 06/07 07/08 08/09 23 14 15 21 9 13 39 30 37 33 21 26

Masters Concentrations (transcripted)


Sustainable Community Planning Transportation Planning

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Bachelors degree from an accredited institution Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3.0 Minimum GRE Required if undergrad GPA is < 3.25 Minimum TOEFL 550 paper, 213 computer, or 79 Internet IELTS Test 6.5 Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Not required Departmental Requirements: None Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Credits ............................................. 6 Hours of Restricted Electives (if pursuing concentration) ...................... 12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................................................ 6-18 Thesis (optional) ........................................................................................ 6 Total Hours............................................................................................... 45 University Admission Policy:

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Community and Regional Planning
Contact Email Admissions office (267) 468-8100 ambler@temple.edu

Year Initiated 2002 Degrees granted through 8/31/09 .............................................................44 Degrees granted from 9/01/08 to 8/31/09.................................................14

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

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TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Lynn Mandarano

Assistant Professor. BS Cornell University (1984), MBA Iona College (1991), PhD University of Pennsylvania (2004). Specializations: Collaborative Planning Negotiations, Sustainable Communities

Male 0 25 1 0 0 0 2 0 28

Female 1 27 0 0 1 0 2 1 31

Total 1 52 1 0 1 0 4 1

(267) 468-8304

lynn.mandarano@temple.edu AICP

Research Associate Professor. BS Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1963), MS Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1966 ), MRP University of Pennsylvania (1973), Specializations: Environmental Planning, Regional Planning, Sustainability Practices

M. Richard Nalbandian

(267) 468-8302

richard.nalbandian@temple.edu

AFFILLATED FACULTY
Michael Carroll
Associate Transportation Planner, Dowling Associates. BS (1991) Cornell, MS (1993) and MCP (1996) University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Traffic Modeling and Transportation Planning

Secretary, Pennsylvania Department of General Services. BA (1983) and MBA (1992) Lehigh University. Specializations: Strategic Planning, Emergency Management, Administration.

James P. Creedon

Total Students

59

Jeffrey P. Doshna

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Consultant. BA John Hopkins (1966), MCRP Rutgers (2002). Specializations: Economic Development, Planning Methods, GIS Applications

PLANNING FACULTY
Professor, BS SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry (1974), MS University of Michigan (1977), PhD University of Michigan (1982), Specializations: Community Development, Land Use Planning, Housing, Sustainable Development

Deborah Howe

FAICP

Director of Planning Services/Corporate Vice President, Waetzman Planning Group, Inc. BS (1971) Pennsylvania State University, MURP (1972) University of Pittsburgh. Specializations: Land Use, Planning Administration and Management.

Charles Guttenplan

AICP

(267) 468-8301

dhowe@temple.edu AICP

William Cohen

Associate Professor of Practice. BA University of Delaware (1965), MA University of Delaware (1976), MCP University of Pennsylvania (1999), AM University of Pennsylvania (2002), PhD University of Pennsylvania (2003), Specializations: Ecological Planning, Environmental Design

Professor Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania. BA Yale University (1953), JD Harvard University (1959), MCP University of Pennsylvania (1966). Specializations: Law of Planning and Urban Development, Smart Growth Programs, Environmental Law, and Historical, Political, and Legal Aspects of Brownfield Remediation

John C. Keene

Md Mahbubur R. Meenar

(267) 468-8303

william.cohen@temple.edu

Jeffrey Featherstone

Assistant Director, GIS Operations & Research, Center for Sustainable Communities. BArch (1997) Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, MUP SUNY at Buffalo (2002). Specialization: GIS and Environmental Modeling, Sustainable Practices

Research Professor and Director, Center for Sustainable Communities. BA University of Minnesota (1971), MA Rider University (1989), PhD Temple University (1999). Specializations: Public Policy, Sustainable Development

(267) 468-8311

jeffrey.featherstone@temple.edu

Director, Center for Geospatial Information Services, Pennsylvania State University. BS (1975) Bloomsburg University, MS (1980) Pennsylvania State University. Specializations: GIS Administration, Operation and Development.

Brady Stroh

Bradley Flamm

Assistant Professor. BA University of California, Berkeley (1984), MRP Cornell University (1992), PhD University of California, Berkeley (2006). Specializations: Transportation, Energy, Environment

(267) 468-8305

bradley.flamm@temple.edu

Assistant Director, Center for Sustainable Communities. BS Temple University (2001), MS Temple University (2004). Specializations: Sustainability Practices, Emergency Management

Susan Spinella

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Partner, McKenna Walker PC. BA (1980) LaSalle University, JD and MPA (1983) Syracuse University. Specializations: Environmental Law, Program and Project Management.

Joanne Walker

Ernest D. Weiler

Consultant, RetiredRohm and Haas Company Director. BS (1959) and PhD (1966) U. of Nebraska, MBA (1974) Temple University. Specializations: Sustainable Business Practices.

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TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY


Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning
Langford Architecture Building TAMU, College Station, Texas 77843-3137 Phone (979) 845-1019 Fax (979) 862-1784 http://archweb.tamu.edu/laup Dr. Forster Ndubisi, Department Head E-mail: fndubisi@archmail.tamu.edu

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE:

Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

None Specified 3.0 GRE is Requiered, No Minimum Score for Admission 600 Not Required None Specified

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009/10 for Master program ........................................ March 1 Admission Deadline 2009/10 for Ph.D. program .......................................... March 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009/10 for Master program ..................................January 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009/10 for Ph.D. program ................................December 1 In-State Tuition and Fees (9 credit hours ........................................ $1,919.16 + fees Out-of-State Tuition and Fees (9 credit hours) ............................... $4,448.25 + fees Application Fees ................................................................ $50 US, $75 International Additional Fees ................................................... $800, Field trip and laboratory fees

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................24 Other ............................................................................................................. Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exams or Written Requirements............Final oral examination required. Professional option requires a three hour professional paper. Research option requires a six hour thesis.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Scholarships, Fellowships, and Graduate Assistantships Eligibility varies with each type of assistance.

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 59 58 45 21 44 63 28 33 20 10 44 54

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall. 2008


US Citizen & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of an Race White African American Native American / Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don't know

Masters Doctoral

Male 1 5 0 0 0 0 1 22 29

Female 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 9 14

Total 1 8 1 0 1 0 1 31 43

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Elise Bright (979) 862-2730 ebright@tamu.edu

Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees granted through 5/31/09 ...........................................................521 Degrees granted from 8/31/06 to 05/31/09...............................................34

Health and Human Services Planning, Housing, Community and Economic Development, Land Use and Environmental Planning, Transportation Planning and Design, Design Your Own

Masters Specializations

Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Resident Total Students

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DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Sciences
Contact Person:
Phone: E-mail:

Dr. George Rogers


(979) 845-7284 grogers@tamu.edu

Sustainable Development Health Systems Planning & Policy Transportation Planning Urban & Community Development Environmental Hazard Management
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Departmental Requirement: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: None Specified Subject to Program Admissions Committee GRE is Required, No Minimum Score for Admission 600 3.0

Doctoral Specializations

Year initiated 1980 Degrees Granted through 9/1/2009........................................................187 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2006 to 8/31/2009 .........................................14 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2006 to 8/31/2009 1. A Comparative Study of Single Family and Multifamily Housing Recovery Following 1992 Hurricane Andrew in Miami-Dade County, Florida 2. Section 404 Permitting in Coastal Texas from 1996-2003: Patterns and Effects on Streamflow 3. Variations in Disaster Aid Acquisitions among Ethnic Groups in a Rural Community 4. Modeling Household Adoption of Earthquake Hazard Adjustments: A Longitudinal Panel Study Of Southern California and Western Washington Residents 5. Modeling Single Family Housing Recovery after Hurricane Andrew in Florida Miami-Dade County 6. Section 404 Permitting in Coastal Texas from 1996-2003: Patterns and Effects on Streamflow 7. Health Disparity and the Built Environment: Spatial Disparity and Environmental Correlates of Health Status, Obesity, and Health Disparity 8. Urban growth pattern and sustainable development: A comparative study of municipalities in the Seoul Metropolitan Region 9. The Effects of Neighborhood Environments in Physical Activity for Older African American Women in Texas 10. Web-based GIS and Public Participation: An aid to widening female participation in revitalizing outdoor recreational facilities in Saudi Arabia-A case study in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 11. A Study of Use Pattern, User Satisfaction and Willingness-to-pay of Off-Leash Dog Parks: Post Occupation Evaluations of Four Dog Parks in Texas and Florida 12. Pedestrian-Oriented Design and Sense of Community: A Comparative Study 13. The Relationship Between Ecological Landscape Structure and Neighborhood Satisfaction 14. Health Disparity and the Built Environment: Spatial Disparity and Environmental Correlates of Health Status, Obesity, and Health Disparity 15. Building Healthy Cities: The Role of Core Visionaries in a Community Visioning Process-The Brazos 2020 Vision Initiative 16. Transportation Barriers to Healthcare: Assessing the Texas Medicaid Program 17. Healthy Transportation - Healthy Communities: Developing Objective Measures of Built-Environment Using GIS and Testing Significance of Pedestrian Variables on Walking to Transit 18. The correlational and causal investigation into land use-transportation relationships: Evidence from the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. 19. The Effectiveness of Jobs-Housing Balance as a Strategy for Reducing Traffic Congestion: A Study of Metropolitan Bangkok

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................29 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................20 Total Required Hours in Program............................................................ 64 Exams or Written Requirements: Dissertation is required, must defend dissertation during final semester. Final comprehensive examination is required.

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2008


US Citizen & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of an Race White African American Native American / Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don't know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Resident Total Students Male 1 11 2 1 2 0 1 5 23 Female 2 10 0 0 1 0 0 4 17 Total 3 21 2 1 3 0 1 9 40

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PLANNING FACULTY
Associate Professor. University of Michigan (1969); MS, Boston University (1972); PhD, University of Michigan(1985). Specializations: Social Policy Planning, Research Methods, Health & Human Services Planning.

Sherry Bame

Professor and Department Head. BS, University of Ibadan (1977); MLA, University of Guelph (1982) ; PhD, University of Waterloo (1987). Specializations: Growth Management, Ecological Design and Planning, Community Design.

Forster Ndubisi

(979) 845-1019

fndubisi@archmail.tamu.edu

(979) 845-1047

sbame@archone.tamu.edu

Michael C. Neuman

Samuel Brody

Associate Professor. BA, Bowdoin College (1992); MS, Bowdoin College (1996); PhD, University of North Carolina (2001). Specializations: Ecosystem Management, Collaborative Planning.

Associate Professor. BS (1977); MCP (1986) University of Pennsylvania; PhD (1996) University of California, Berkeley Specializations: Citizen Participation, Sustainable Urbanism, Infrastructure/Public Services, Land Use/Growth Management.

(979) 345-7062

neuman@taz.tamu.edu

(979) 458-4623

sbrody@archone.tamu.edu

Walter G. Peacock

Professor. BA, Arizona State (1972); MCP, Harvard (1975); PhD, Texas A&M University (1980). Specializations: Environmental Design, City Planning.

Elise Bright

Professor. BA, Columbus College (1978); MA, University of Georgia (1982); PhD, University of Georgia (1986) Specializations: Sustainability, Natural Disaster Management, Quantitative Methods, Community Impact Assessment.

(979) 845-3161

ebright@archone.tamu.edu

(979) 845-7853

peacock@archone.tamu.edu

Eric Dumbaugh

Assistant Professor; BA, Florida State University (1996); MS, Georgia Institute of Technology (2002); PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology (2005).

Professor. BS, Oregon State University (1975); MA, University of Waterloo (1976); PhD, University of Pittsburgh (1983) Specializations: Environmental Planning, Impact Assessment, Natural Resources Planning, Quantitative Methods.

George O. Rogers

(979) 862-4320

edumbaugh@archone.tamu.edu

(979) 845-7284

rogers@archone.tamu.edu AICP

Assistant Professor. BA, Catholic University of Peru (1981); MA, University of Texas at Austin (1988); PhD, University of Texas at Austin (2001) Specializations: Planning in Developing Countries, Economic Development.

Cecilia Giusti

Andrew Seidel

Professor. BArch, Pratt Institute (1972); MCP, Harvard University (1974); PhD, University of Michigan (1980) Specializations: Citizen Participation, Community Development, Computer Applications, Demographics.

(979) 458-4304

cgiusti@archone.tamu.edu

(979) 845-6584

a-seidel@tamu.edu

Associate Professor and Executive Coordinator. BA, Tsinghua University (1983); MLA, Pennsylvania State University (1992); MFA, University of Pennsylvania (1995); PhD, University of Pennsylvania (1995) Specializations: Community Design, Urban Design, and Landscape Architecture.

Chang-Shan Huang

Donald A. Sweeney

Associate Professor. BA (1967); MArch (1968); DED (1972) Texas A&M University Specializations: Healthy Communities Planning, Citizen Participation, Health Policy.

(979) 845-7888

dsweeney@archone.tamu.edu

(979) 845-7873

cshuang@archone.tamu.edu

Chanam Lee

Assistant Professor. BLA, Kyungpook National University (1996); MLA, Texas A&M University (1999); PhD, University of Washington (2004). Specializations: Active Living.

Assistant Professor. BS, Texas A&M University (1993); MUP, Texas A&M University (1997); PhD, University of North Carolina (2004). Specializations: Sustainability and Housing and Community Development.

Shannon Van Zandt

(979) 845-7056

clee@archone.tamu.edu

James W. Varni

Michael K. Lindell

Professor. BA, University of Colorado (1969); PhD, University of Colorado (1975) Specializations: Environmental Hazard Mitigation, Emergency Management, Research Methods.

Professor: Ph.D. (Psychology), University of California-Los Angeles, 1976; Postdoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1977; M.A. (Psychology), University of California-Los Angeles, 1974; B.A. (Psychology), University of California-Santa Barbara, 1972.

(979) 862-1095

jvarni@archmail.tamu.edu

(979) 862-3969

mlindell@archone.tamu.edu

Ming-Han Li

Zhifang Wang

Assistant Professor: Ph.D. (Urban and Regional Science), Texas A&M University, 2002; M.L.A., Texas A&M University, 1998; M.S. (Civil Engineering), The University of Texas-Austin, 1995; B.S. (Agriculture Engineering), The National Taiwan University, 1990.

Assistant Professor: Ph.D. (Landscape Architecture), University of Michigan, 2008; M.L.A., University of Michigan, 2008; M.S. (Landscape Planning), Beijing University, 2001; B.S. (Urban Planning), Beijing University, 1998.

(979) 458-4121

zhifangw@neo.tamu.edu

(979) 845-7571

minghan@tamu.edu

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BM, Beijing (Peking) University (2002), BS Beijing (Peking) University (2002), MUP University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2004), PhD University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2008). Specializations: Urban Economic Development, Disaster Management, Public Finance.

Yu Xiao

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Visiting Assistant Professor. BS (1979); MS (1982); PhD (1987), Texas A&M University Specializations: Transportation Planning, Traffic Modeling.

Timothy Lomax

(979) 845-9960

t-lomax@ttimail.tamu.edu

Dennis Perkinson

Visiting Assistant Professor. BA, University of South Florida (1974); MS, Northwestern University (1977); PhD, Texas A&M University (1997) Specializations: Transportation Planning, Transit.

(979) 862-4936

d-perkinson@rrimail.tamu.edu

Carla Prater

Visiting Assistant Professor. BA, Pepperdine University (1975); MUP, Texas A&M University (1993); PhD, Texas A&M University (1999) Specializations: Hazard Reduction and Recovery.

(979) 862-3970

carla@archone.tamu.edu

David L. Pugh

Visiting Associate Professor, Associate Professor Emeritus: J.D., University of Missouri, 1975; Master of Regional & City Planning, University of Oklahoma, 1970; B.F.A., The University of Oklahoma, 1966.

(979) 845-1019

dpugh@tamu.edu

Katherine Turnbull
(979) 845-6005

Lecturer; BS, University of Minnesota (1975); MS, University of Wisconsin (1976); PhD, Texas A&M University (1993).

k-turnbull@tamu.edu

Assistant Research Scientist. BA, University of Texas (1977); MS, Stephen F. Austin University (1981); PhD, Texas A&M University (1992) Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, Computer Applications.

Douglas F. Wunneburger

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TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY


Urban Planning and Environmental Policy
3100 Cleburne St. Houston, Texas 77004 Phone (713) 313-6842 Fax (713) 313-7447 http://www.tsu.edu/pages/1286.asp Qisheng Pan, Interim Chair Phone: (713) 313-7221 E-mail: PAN_QS@tsu.edu

MA/MS

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA:

Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Four year degree. 2.5 (University) 3.0 (Department) Required 213 Not Required 3 or More for Analytical Writing or Take an English Writing Class

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2007-08 for Masters program ........................................ July 30 Admission Deadline 2007-08 for Ph.D program............................................June 30 Financial Aid Deadline 2007-08 for Masters program.................................... July 30 Financial Aid Deadline 2007-08 for Ph.D Program ........................................June 30 In-State Tuition and Fees .............................................................$5,948 per semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees ..............................$13,268 per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................................$50 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................6 Other ............................................................................................................. Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exams, Thesis, or Final Product: ..................Comprehensive Examination and Internship or Thesis for 6 Credit Hours

Assistantships, Fellowships available Eligibility Criterion: Academic Skills

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters Doctoral 10 5 8 9

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2007 Accepted Enrolled


8 4 8 9 8 4 8 9 U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Dont Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 0 11 0 1 0 0 1 13 Female 0 1 7 0 1 0 1 2 12 Total 0 1 18 0 2 0 1 3 25

05/06 06/07 05/06 06/07 05/06 06/07

Master in Urban Planning and Environmental Policy / Dual Degree in Law and Urban Planning and Environmental Policy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Lalita Sen and Qisheng Pan Admission Committee (713) 313-6842 Sen_LX@tsu.edu PAN_QS@tsu.edu

MASTERS DEGREE

Year Initiated: 2003 Degrees Granted through 8/31/08.............................................................13 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ....................................................5

Land Use and Transportation, Housing and Community Development, Environmental Policy

Masters Specializations

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DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban Planning and Environmental Policy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Laita Sen, Professor (713) 313-7448 sen_lx@tsu.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2007


U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Dont Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 2 1 12 0 0 0 0 0 15 Female 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 13 Total 2 1 25 0 0 0 0 0 28

Year initiated 2002 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2008.......................................................... 7 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2008 ........................................... 2 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2002 to 8/31/2003 ...................................7

Transportation Housing and Community Development Environmental Policy and Planning DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement: Masters or other advanced degree. 2.8 Required 213 No Requirements

Doctoral Specializations

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................9 Other (Dissertation) ..................................................................................12 Total Required Hours in Program............................................................ 54 Exams, Thesis, or Final Product: ..................Comprehensive Examination

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Olurominiyi Ibitayo
Associate Professor. MS., Colorado State University; Ph.D, Arizona State University. Specializations: Risk Management, Neighborhood Analysis and Development, Environmental Planning.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Assistantships, Fellowships available Eligibility Criterion: Academic Skills

(713) 313-7398

ibitayo_oo@tsu.edu

Qisheng Pan

Associate Professor. MS. and Ph.D, University of Southern California. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, Transportation, Land Use Planning, Economic Impact Analysis.

(713) 313-7221

pan_qs@tsu.edu

Lalita Sen

Professor. MS. and Ph.D, Northwestern University. Specializations: Transportation, Housing, Accessibility.

(713) 313-7448

sen_lx@tsu.edu

Laura Solitare

Assistant Professor. MS. and Ph.D, Rutgers University. Specializations: Community Development, Environmental Justice, Brownfields.

AICP

(713) 313-7772

solitarelg@tsu.edu AICP

Associate Professor. MUP, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Ph.D., Texas A&M. Specializations: Community Development, Sustainability.

Sheri Smith

smithsh@tsu.edu

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OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Lei Yu
Associate Professor. MS., Nagoya Institute of Technology; Ph.D, Queens University. Specializations: Transportation Engineering and Design, Highway Design, Traffic Controls.

Associate Professor. Ph.D, Houston. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Mass Transit, Mobility Issues.

Carol Lewis

FYI

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TUFTS UNIVERSITY
Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning
Medford, Massachusetts 02155 Phone (617) 627-3394 Fax (617) 627-3377 E-mail: ann.urosevich@tufts.edu http://ase.tufts.edu/uep Julian Agyeman, Department Chair E-mail: julian.agyeman@tufts.edu

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: Full

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement:

None Specified None Specified Required no minimum specified Required 550 PBT, 213 CBT, 79-80 IBT None Specified

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES
Admission deadline 2009-10 for MA program ..........................................January 15 Admission deadline 2009-10 for MPP program .............................................April 30 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for MA program ............................................May 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for MPP program .......................................... July 1 In-State Tuition and Fees (MA program): ....................... $28,572 per academic year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees (MA program): .................$28,572 per academic year In-State Tuition and Fees (MPP program):..................................................... $38,096 Out-of-State Tuition and Fees (MPP program): ............................................. $38,096 Application Fee: ..................................................................................................... $70 Additional Fees: .............................. Mandatory Health Services Fee-$632, Graduate .............................................................................................. Student Council Fee-$40

Hours of Core .............................................................................................5 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................7 Other ...........................................................................................................2 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................14 Exams or Written Requirements: ...................................................... Thesis

Master of Public Policy


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Julian Agyeman (617) 627-3394 julian.agyeman@tufts.edu

Year Initiated: 2002 Degrees Granted through 5/31/09.............................................................53 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................8

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 152 152 127 122 44 45 16 14 15 10 13 10

Masters Specializations
Urban and Social Policy Environmental Policy

Masters Masters

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement:

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Arts in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Julian Agyeman (617) 627-3394 julian.agyeman@tufts.edu

None Specified None Specified Not Required Required 550 PBT, 213 CBT, 79-80 IBT 7 years of relevant professional experience

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Year Initiated: 1973 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/09...........................................................846 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................22

Hours of Core .............................................................................................3 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................4 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................2 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..............................................9 Exams or Written Requirements: ....................................................... None

Urban and Social Policy and Planning Environmental Policy and Planning
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Masters Specializations

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Dont know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students 4 42

Justin Hollander

Assistant Professor. PhD, Rutgers University; MRP, University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Specialization: Urban Planning

AICP

(617) 627-3394

justin.hollander@tufts.edu

Male 3 32 2 0 1 0

Female 3 53 10 0 0 0 0 1 67

Total 6 85 12 0 1 0 0 5 109

James Jennings

Professor. PhD, MA, Columbia University; BA, Hunter College. Specializations: Urban and Neighborhood Politics, Social Welfare, Community Development.

(617) 627-3394

james.jennings@tufts.edu

Sheldon Krimsky

Professor. PhD, MA, Boston University; MS, Purdue University. Specializations: Environmental Policy and Ethics. www.tufts. edu/~skrimsky

(617) 627-3394

sheldon.krimsky@tufts.edu

Penn S. Loh

Professor of the Practice. MS, University of California, Berkeley. Specialization: Environmental Justice.

(617) 627-3394

pennloh@comcast.net

Barbara Parmenter
(617) 627-3394

Lecturer. PhD, University of Texas at Austin. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems

barbara.parmenter@tufts.edu

Ann Rappaport

Lecturer. PhD, Tufts University; MS, MIT Specialization: Environmental Science and Management.

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

(617) 627-3394

ann.rappaport@tufts.edu AICP

PLANNING FACULTY
Julian Agyeman
Professor. PhD, University of London UK; MA, Middlesex University UK Specializations: Sustainable Communities, Environmental Justice, Environmental Education. www.tufts.edu/~jagyem01

Robert Russell

Lecturer. JD, Harvard Law School. Specializations: Environmental Law.

(617) 627-3394

rustynet@comcast.net AICP

(617) 627-3394

julian.agyeman@tufts.edu

Lecturer. JD, Suffolk Law School; MRP, Cornell University Specializations: Land Use Planning, Local Government Law, Natural Resources Policy.

Jon Witten

Rachel G. Bratt

(617) 627-3394

jon@daleyandwitten.com

Professor. PhD, MIT. Specializations: Housing and Community Development. www.tufts.edu/~rbratt

(617) 627-3394

rachel.bratt@tufts.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Margaret Barringer
Lecturer. MCP, University of Rhode Island Specializations: Economic Development.

Mary E. Davis

AICP

Assistant Professor. PhD, University of Florida. Specializations: Environmental Health.

(617) 627-3394

mary.davis@tufts.edu

(617) 627-3394

pegsquare@aol.com

Laurie Goldman

Lecturer. PhD, MIT; MS, Israel Institute of Technology. Specializations: Housing, Community Development.

Lecturer. MEd., Harvard University. Specialization: Philanthropy and Fundraising.

Patricia Bonner-DuVal

(617) 627-3394

laurie.goldman@tufts.edu

Robert Burdick

Lecturer. JD, Boston University Law School. Specialization: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution.

(617) 627-3394

rburdick@gbls.org

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Alix Cantave

Lecturer. PhD, University of Massachusetts; MS, Pratt Institute. Specializations: Community Economic Development, Real Estate Development and Finance.

FYI
The Tufts University Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning (UEP) offers two graduate programs in public policy and planning: a master of arts (M.A.) degree in urban and environmental policy and planning which is accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board and a master of public policy (M.P.P.) degree. Both degrees equip public-spirited individuals for rewarding careers in government, nonprofit organizations, citizen advocacy groups, and the private sector. UEP students focus on public problems in the broad areas of urban and social policy and planning, or environmental policy and planning, as well as on issues linking these various concerns. UEPs goal is the education of a new generation of leaders, "practical visionaries" who will contribute to the development of more just and sustainable communities. A key step toward this is making our institutions more responsive to child, adult and ultimately community wellbeing by helping them understand, empathize with and respond to the social, economic and environmental needs of individuals and communities. UEP has a flexible MA and MPP curriculum built around a set of six core values: An appreciation of the inextricable linkages between social, economic and environmental issues and the ability to make policy and planning recommendations accordingly; An appreciation of the role of values in policy formation and planning and the ethical/social responsibility of policy and planning professionals to act accordingly; An appreciation of the deeply embedded nature of gender, age, race, class, dis/ability, culture and sexual orientation in all aspects of public policy and planning; An appreciation of the centrality of spatial, social and environmental justice to all aspects of public policy and planning; An appreciation of the need to understand the role of individual and community rights and responsibilities in public policy and planning; An appreciation of the need to move society toward the development of sustainable communities where there is a high quality of human life; delivered in a just and equitable manner while respecting the limits of supporting ecosystems.

(617) 627-3394

alixcantave@aol.com

Mark Chase

Lecturer. MA, Tufts University. Specialization: Transportation Planning.

Christine Cousineau

Lecturer. MArch, MIT; MCP, MIT Specialization: Urban Planning

AICP

(617) 627-3394 christine.cousineau@tufts.edu

Louise Dunlap

Lecturer. PhD, University of California at Berkeley; MA, University of California at Berkeley. Specializations: Writing.

(617) 627-3394

changewrite@earthlink.net

Scott Horsley

Lecturer. MA, University of Rhode Island. Specializations: Land Use Planning, Water Resources Policy.

(617) 627-3394

shorsley@cape.com

Francine Jacobs

Associate Professor. Ed.D., Harvard University; MEd, Harvard University. Specializations: Child and Family Policy, Program Evaluation.

(617) 627-3394

francine.jacobs@tufts.edu

Karen Kelley

Lecturer. MBA, Boston University. Specializations: Financial Analysis and Management.

(617) 627-3394

kkelley@cedac.org

Ingar Palmlund

Lecturer. PhD, Clark University; MPA, Lund University, Sweden. Specialization: International Environmental Policy.

(617) 627-3394

ipalmlund@aol.com

Alan Jay Rom

Lecturer. JD, Cleveland State University. Specialization: Legal Frameworks of Social Policy.

Roberta Rubin

Lecturer. JD, Harvard Law School. Specialization: Housing.

Marjorie Erickson Warfield

Lecturer. Specialization: Child and Family Policy, Statistics.

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UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK


116 Hayes Hall, 3435 Main Street Buffalo, New York 14214-3087 Phone (716) 829-2133 x109 Fax (716) 829-3256 E-mail: planning@buffalo.edu www.ap.buffalo.edu/planning Niraj Verma, Chair E-mail: nverma3@buffalo.edu

MUP PAB

ACSP Member: Full

Urban and Regional Planning

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ....................................... 6-12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................................................... 21-24 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................ 52 Exams or Written Requirements: ................. Thesis or Professional Project

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Fall Admission Deadline 2009-10 ..................................... Rolling; March 1 priority Fall Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ................................ Rolling; March 1 priority Spring Admission Deadline 2009-10 ............................. Rolling; October 31 priority Spring Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ........................ Rolling; October 31 priority In-State Tuition and Fees: .................................................................. $9545 per year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.......................................................... $14,915 per year Application Fee .............................................................................................. $50/$70 Additional Fees .......................................................................................................... 0

GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES

Male 1 39 4 0 0 0 3 7 54

Female 1 22 8 1 0 0 4 15 50

Total 2 61 12 1 0 0 7 22

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 143 143

Accepted
102 92

Enrolled
54 45

08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10

Master of Urban Planning

MASTERS DEGREE

Contact Person: Niraj Verma Phone: (716) 829-2133 x 109 E-mail: nverma3@buffalo.edu Year Initiated: 1980 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/08...........................................................624 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................44

Total Students

104

Community Development & Urban Management, Economic and International Development, Environmental & Land Use Planning, GIS and Spatial Modeling, Urban Design and Physical Planning, Generalist Options

Masters Specializations

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Professor. BS, Imperial College (London); DPhil, University of Sussex. Specializations: GIS and Planning Technologies, Futures and Forecasting, Regional and Island Development, Tourism and Recreation Planning.

H.D. Samuel Cole

MUP/JD, MUP/Master of Architecture


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

Dual Degrees

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

(716) 829-2133 x203

samcole@buffalo.edu

www.grad.buffalo.edu 3.0 Not Required 550/213/79 Essay, resume, three letters of recommendation, official transcripts.

Associate Professor. BS, Clarkson; MUP, University at Buffalo; PhD, UCLA. Specializations: Transportation Planning and Policy, Planning History, Transportation, Land Use and Urban Form, Urban Design.

Daniel B. Hess

(716) 829-2133 x202

dbhess@buffalo.edu

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Kathryn A. Foster

Associate Professor. Currently serving full-time as Director of Regional Institute. BA, Johns Hopkins; MCP, UC Berkeley; PhD, Princeton. Specializations: Regional Planning and Policy, Political Economy, Metropolitan Governance Systems, Urban Studies.

Henry Louis Taylor, Jr.

Professor. BS, Tennessee A&I State; MS, University of Tennessee; MA, University at Buffalo; PhD, University at Buffalo. Specializations: Race, Class and Gender, Urban History, Urban Management, Community Development, Health and the Built Environment.

(716) 829-3777

kafoster@buffalo.edu

(716) 829-2133 x212

htaylor@buffalo.edu

Visiting Assistant Professor. BFA, MFA, California Institute of the Arts; PhD, University of Southern California. Specializations: Community Design and Development, Urban Morphology, Ethics of Urban Design

Ferdinand Lewis

Niraj Verma

(716) 829-2133 x234

fslewis@buffalo.edu AICP

Professor and Chair. BS, Birla Institute of Technology, India; M.Infrastructure Planning, University of Stuttgart, Germany; PhD, Berkeley. Specializations: Planning Theory, Design Theory, Infrastructure Planning, Role of Institutions, International Planning, Management, Ethics.

G. William Page

(716) 829-2133 x109

nverma3@buffalo.edu

Professor. BA, Princeton; MCRP, Rutgers; PhD, Rutgers. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Policy, and Management, GIS Applications, Quantitative Methods, Water Policy.

Li Yin

(716) 829-2133 x208

gpage@buffalo.edu

JiYoung Park

Assistant Professor. BS, Yunnan Polytechnic; MS, Asian Institute of Technology; PhD, University of Colorado, Denver. Specializations: GIS and Planning Technologies, Environmental Impact Analysis, Urban and Regional Growth Modeling.

Assistant Professor. BA, MA Seoul National University, Ph.D., University of Southern California. Specializations: Analytical, Quantitative and Research Methods, Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Mitigation

(716) 829-2133 x229

liyin@buffalo.edu

(716) 829-2133 x209

jp292@buffalo.edu

Alfred D. Price

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


James J. Allen
Adjunct Assistant Professor. MUP, University at Buffalo. Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Strategic Planning.

Associate Professor. BA, Princeton; MArch/MUP, Princeton. Specializations: Housing Planning and Policy, Community Development, Real Estate Finance, Brownfield Redevelopment.

(716) 829-2133 x213

adprice@buffalo.edu

(716) 829-2133 x222

jjallen@buffalo.edu

Samina Raja

Associate Professor. BSc, Jamia Millia University (New Delhi); MP1, School of Architecture and Planning (New Delhi); PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Specializations: International Development, Fiscal Impacts of Growth, Quantitative Methods, Community Food Security.

Adjunct Assistant Professor. MA, University at Buffalo. Specializations: Governance and Management, Local Government Politics.

Carl Calabrese

(716) 829-2133 x222

cc63@buffalo.edu

(716) 829-2133 x225

sraja@buffalo.edu

Thomas DeSantis

Robert G. Shibley

Professor. M.Arch., Catholic University. Specializations: Urban Design, Placemaking, Downtown Redevelopment, Waterfront Planning, Architectural Design.

Adjunct Assistant Professor. BA, University at Buffalo; MUP, University at Buffalo. Specializations: Community Development and Revitalization.

Hiroaki Hata

(716) 829-2133 x218

rshibley@buffalo.edu

Robert M. Silverman

Associate Professor, Department of Architecture. MArch, Harvard University and Washington University. Specializations: Urban Design, Architecture.

Associate Professor. BS, Arizona State; MPA, Arizona State; PhD, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Specializations: Citizen Participation and Community Organizing, Community Development, Public Finance, Research Methods.

(716) 829-2133 x312

hata@buffalo.edu

Lindy Korn

(716) 829-2133 x227

rms35@buffalo.edu

Adjunct Assistant Professor. JD, Ohio Northern University. Specializations: Negotiations and Conflict Resolution, Diversity Planning.

Ernest Sternberg

(716) 829-2133 x222

lkorn@buffalo.edu

Professor. BA, Empire State College; MS, Cornell; PhD, Cornell. Specializations: Economic Development, Planning Theory, Disaster and Domestic Security, Physical Planning.

William Murray

(716) 829-2133 x224

ezs@buffalo.edu

Adjunct Assistant Professor. JD, University of Detroit. Specializations: Planning Law, Real Estate Development.

(716) 829-2133 x222

wmmurray@buffalo.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF AKRON
Department of Geography and Planning
Akron, Ohio 44325-5005 Phone (330) 972-7620 Fax (330) 972-6080 geoplan@uakron.edu www.uakron.edu/geography/ Charles Monroe, Interim Department Chair Phone: (330) 972-8033 E-mail: monroe@uakron.edu

BA/BS

MA/MS

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: No Requirements Minimum GPA: No Requirements Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: No Requirements

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 14 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 0 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 21 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ................................................................ 12 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 47 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 128 Thesis Exams or Final Product ................................................ Not required

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2010-2011 ......................................................................... Open Financial Aid Deadline 2010-2011 ..................................................................... Open In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................... $350 per credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................... $658 per credit hour Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$30 Additional Fees: ............................................................................ $36 per credit hour

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


University Scholarships and Grants Federal Student Aid Program

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MASTERS DEGREE
MA in Geography/Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Linda Barrett (330) 972-6120 barrett@uakron.edu

Admission Deadline 2010-2011 ......................................................................... Open Financial Aid Deadline 2010-2011 ..................................................................... Open In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................... $398 per credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................... $658 per credit hour Application Fee: ....................................................................... $30/ $40 International Additional Fees: ............................................................................ $36 per credit hour

GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES

Year Initiated: 1992 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................94 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................4

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate MA/MS

Accepted Enrolled

06/07 07/08 06/07 07/08 06/07 07/08


Undergraduates do not apply directly to the Planning Program

Urban and Regional Planning, Geographic Information Sciences, Cartography

Masters Specializations

20

22

17

19

34

39 MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 2.75 GRE Recommended 550 Paper, 213 CBT, 79 IBT Not Required BA/BS in planning, geography, or related fields.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BA in Geography - Planning Track
Contact Person: Deborah King

Phone: E-mail:

(330) 972-2394 dpking@uakron.edu

Year Initiated:2000 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09........................................................... 15 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 .................................................. 3

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Undergraduate Specializations
Urban and Regional Planning Geographic Information Sciences

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Electives.....................................................................................15 Internship .................................................................................................. 3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................48 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: .................................. Thesis option - 30-36 hours of coursework, 9-15 hours thesis research

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MS in Geography/Geographic Information Sciences


Contact Person: Linda Barrett Phone: (330) 972-6120 E-mail: barrett@uakron.edu Year Initiated:1968, revised 2004 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................98 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................9

PLANNING FACULTY
David Benjamin
Assistant Lecturer. J.D., Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Specializations: Land Use Planning Law, Local Government Law.

(330) 972-7620

dbenjamin@justice.com

Geographic Information Systems, Cartography, Mapping, Remote Sensing, Geographic Techniques


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 2.75 GRE Recommended 550 Paper, 213 CBT, 79 IBT Not Required BA/BS in planning, geography, or related fields.

Masters Specializations

Planning Director, City of Cuyahoga Falls, Assistant Lecturer. M.P.A. California State University Long Beach (1981). Specializations: Land Use Planning Methods, Zoning, Community Development

Fred Guerra

(330) 972-7620

guerrafr@cityofcf.com

Joseph Hadley

Director - Northeast Ohio Four County Regional Planning and Development Organization -- NEFCO. Lecturer. MA, University of Akron (1979). Specializations: Regional Planning, Remote Sensing.

(330) 972-2490

jhadley@uakron.edu

Loren Siebert

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Electives.....................................................................................18 Other ......................................................................................................... 0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................45 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: Thesis option - 30 hours of coursework, 15 hours thesis research.

Associate Professor. PhD, University of Washington (1997). Specializations: Land Use Planning, Remote Sensing, Geographic Information Systems, Japan, History of Urban Design and Planning.

(330) 972-7769

siebert@uakron.edu

Patrice Theken

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race* White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don't Know Male 3 19 0 0 0 1 1 Female 2 6 1 0 2 0 0 Total 5 25 1 0 2 1 1

Director Medina County Planning and Assistant Lecturer. MA, University of Akron (2000). Specializations: Regional Planning, Cultural Geography. (330) 972-2490 ptheken@medinaco.org

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Linda Barrett
Associate Professor. PhD, Michigan State University (1995). Specializations: Soils, Biogeography, Geographic Information Systems.

(330) 972-6120

barrett@uakron.edu

Manager, Geographic Information Science Research. PhD, Kent State University (2008). Specializations: GIS Programming and Customization, Spatial Analysis.

Kevin Butler

(330) 972-7621

butler@uakron.edu

Meera Chatterjee

Visiting Assistant Professor. PhD, Delhi University (1999). Specializations: Physical Geography, Economic Geography, Asia

(330) 972-8309

meera@uakron.edu

Non-US Citizens/NonPermanent Residents Total Students

Shanon Donnelly

7 28

3 12

10 40

Visiting Assistant Professor. PhD, Indiana University (2009). Specializations: Land Use and Land Cover Change, Geographic Information Systems.

(330) 972-8037

sd51@uakron.edu

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Professor. PhD, Durham (UK) (1983). Specializations: Political Geography, Middle East.

Ghazi Walid Falah

(330) 972-8831

falah@uakron.edu

Deborah King

Instructor. MA, University of Georgia (1977). Specializations: Maps and Map Reading, Cartography.

(330) 972-2394

dpking@uakron.edu

Charles Monroe

Professor, Associate Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, and Interim Chair of Department Geography and Planning. PhD, Pennsylvania State University (1974). Specializations: Quantitative Methods, Transportation, Economic Geography.

(330) 972-8033

monroe@uakron.edu

Jon Moore

Assistant Professor. PhD. Geography: The Ohio State University (2003). Specializations: Economic Development, Urban Governance.

(330) 972-6757

jmoore1@uakron.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
Planning Graduate Program
P.O. Box 210075 Tucson, Arizona 85721-0075 Phone (520) 621-1004 Fax (520) 626-6448 planning@u.arizona.edu www.planning.arizona.edu/ Dr. Laura Huntoon, Program Coordinator Phone (520) 626-1151 E-mail: huntoon@u.arizona.edu

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: Full

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................19 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................7 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................15 Other .........................................................................................................12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................49 Exams or Written Requirements: .........Optional Thesis or Masters Report

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know

Male 4 17 2 0 0 0 0 1 24

Female 3 10 0 2 1 0 0 0 16

Total 7 27 2 2 1 0 0 1

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline: Domestic Students ......................... Feb 1, Apr 1, June 1 (Fall) Nov 1 (Spring) Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .................................................................February 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................... $3,823 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .............................................$11,278.56 per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................................$65 Additional Fees: .................................................Professional Fees, $1,400 Full time, $700 part time per semester

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 31 32

Accepted
26 26

Enrolled
18 11

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Debi Romero (520) 621-1004 dab@email.arizona.edu

Total Students

40

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Jason Alexander Hayter
Visiting Assistant Professor in the School of Landscape Architecture and Planning at the University of Arizona. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in History and Government from The University of Texas at Austin, a Master of Community and Regional Planning from the University of Oregon, and is currently a doctoral candidate in the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley. His areas of research interest include urban design, environmental planning, cultural landscape studies, and local governance with a special focus on the physical, functional, and cultural interactions between the built and natural environment.

Year Initiated: 1961 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/20/09...........................................................495 Degrees Granted from 8/31/08 to 5/31/09 ................................................22

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

$65 Application Fee 3.0 University; 3.1 Department 1200 with 3 or better 550 University; 573 Department 3 units of undergraduate statistics.

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Associate Professor. Harvard AB, University of Pennsylvania, MA, Ph.D., (1991). Specializations: International Development and Planning, Comparative International Perspectives, Migration, Quantitative Methods, Social Equity.

Laura Huntoon

AICP

Associate Professor. University of New Mexico, BA and MPA and Ph.D. (1971) University of Michigan. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Impact Assessment, Natural Resource Planning, Political Economy.

Michael Bradley

(520) 621-3865

mdb@hwr.arizona.edu

(520) 626-1151

huntoon@email.arizona.edu

Frank Cassidy

Iris Patten

Visiting Assistant Professor; Master of Urban and Regional Planning, 2007, University of Florida, Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning, 2010, University of Florida. Specializes in land use analysis and scenario modeling, geographic information systems, land use conflict, and international planning. Current research includes understanding the connection between land use and economic growth, the impacts to growth and land use suitability after regional and local events (i.e. transit and changes in growth policy) occur, and how innovative industries affect land use suitability and future growth patterns. Research has been funded by the US Environmental Protection Agency, state and regional agencies and organizations. Member of the planning professional associations (American Planning Association and Florida Planning Association) and academic planning associations (American Collegiate Schools of Planning ACSP).

Professional/Adjunct. University of Arizona, BA and JD (1982) Specializations: Land Use Law.

(520) 682-3401

fcassidy@marana.com

Arlan Colton FAICP Professional/Director, Pima County Planning and Zoning. University of Arizona, MS (1977). Specializations: Land Use/ Growth Management, Planning Process, Land Use Law and Policy. (520) 740-6800 Sharon Megdal
Director, Water Resources Research Center. Professor and Specialist, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. MA and PhD, Princeton University, A.B., Douglass College of Rutgers University. State and regional water policy and management.

(520) 621-1004

(520) 792-9591 ext.21

smegdal@cals.arizona.edu

Gary Pivo

Professor. University of California, Irvine, BA; MRP, Cornell University; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1987). Specializations: Infrastructure/Public Services, Land Use/Growth Management, Metropolitan Planning, Regional Planning.

William Patrick O'Brien

(520) 621-9597

gpivo@email.arizona.edu

Intermountain Regional Desert Southwest Ecosystem Study Unit of the National Park Service; PhD., 1994 University of Colorado, Boulder. Specializations: Cultural Resource Conservation, Historic Preservation Planning, and Historic Research.

Sandra Rosenbloom

(520) 621-9922

obrienw@email.arizona.edu

Professor. University of California, Los Angeles, AB, MPA, and Ph.D. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Gender and Aging Issues, Infrastructure Finance.

Emily Nottingham

(520) 626-2821

rosenblo@email.arizona.edu ASLA, FCELA, APA

Ronald Stoltz

School of Landscape Architecture and Planning, The University of Arizona. Ron Stoltz is Professor and Director of the School of Landscape Architecture and Planning and is the Associate Dean of the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of Arizona. Ron is a member of the LAAB Roster of Visiting Evaluators and has chaired many accreditation visits throughout the United States. He is the recipient of numerous national and international teaching and educational leadership awards including being a 3M Canada Teaching Fellow, a Fellow of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture and the 2008-2009 Outstanding Arizona Landscape Architect.

Ph.D., Mass Communications, Indiana University 1978. Specializations: Housing and Community Development; Planning, Funding, Development and Operation of Housing, Human Services and Community Development Programs; Collaborative, Self-sustaining Community Initiatives; Public Housing Authorities, Development of for-sale and Rental Housing, Mixed-income and Mixed-use Communities.

Community Planner, Tumamoc: People & Habitats. University of Arizona, MS (2005). Specializations: Regional Planning, Conservation & Natural Resources, Community Outreach & Food Systems Planning.

Pamela J. Pelletier

Charles Corky Poster

(520) 626-7730

rstoltz@u.arizona.edu

Professor. Harvard College BA and MArch (1973) Harvard Graduate School of Design. Specializations: Citizen Participation, Housing and Neighborhood, Community Development, Urban Design.

AICP

(520) 621-1722

cposter@email.arizona.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Professional/Deputy Director. Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation. University of Alabama School of Law, JD. University of Arizona, Ph.D. Specializations: Conservation, Natural Resources, Sustainability, Parks and Recreation. Her outstanding work leading the Pima County Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan has been recognized by the American Planning Association and the Ahwahnee Award in Regional Initiatives.

Maeveen Behan JD

Rebecca Ruopp

Professional/Affiliate. BA, Franconia College; M.A., Tufts University . Specializations: Environmental Planning, Commercial and Residential Infill, and Public Participation.

Rebecca.Ruopp@tucsonaz.gov

(520) 877-6000

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Jack Siry

Masters in Urban Planning, University of Arizona, 1974. Specializations: Community Development, Economic Development, Housing, Municipal Housing Trust Fund, Human Services, Planning Process and Administration, Long Range Strategic Planning, Redevelopment and Neighborhood Planning, Rezoning and Code Revision. Professor/Adjunct. BS and MA, California State University - Haywood; Ph.D., University of California at Santa Barbara. Specializations: Biogeography; Fire, Remote Sensing; Computer Cartography, GIS.

Stephen R. Yool

FYI
The Planning Graduate Program at the University of Arizona offers a Master of Science in Planning intended for students interested in careers creating healthy, equitable, and livable communities. This two year program offers concentrations in Environmental/Healthy Cities, International/Borderlands, and Land Use and Community Development. In addition to chosen area of concentration, students participate in an engaging core curriculum designed around the many social, political, economic, and cultural factors currently influencing the built environment. With a third of the coursework dedicated to electives, students have the flexibility to create a program tailored to their individual interests. The School of Landscape Architecture and Planning is committed to advancing sustainable design and planning for arid regions. Applied research projects, headed by faculty members, play a vital role in Arizona while our academic research has an international, national and local impact. Many student outreach projects have won awards from the Arizona Planning Association and the American Institute of Certified Planners. Projects, mentors, and the required internships allow students to step confidently into the profession. The Planning Graduate Program addresses the issues of growth experienced in the Southwestern United States, including expanding rural residential land use. Because of the Program's unique location, students get hands-on experience in border and tribal planning issues and the environmental problems associated with dry climates and urban sprawl. The Planning Graduate Program has a number of Returning Peace Corps Fellows who are able to continue their work with under-privileged neighborhoods, communities and non-profit organizations around Tucson and southeastern Arizona.

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UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA


School of Community & Regional Planning
Lasserre Building, 6333 Memorial Road, Room 433 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6T 1Z2 Phone: (604) 822-3276 Fax: (604) 822-3787 Email: phdscarp@interchange.ubc.ca www.scarp.ubc.ca Dr. Penelope Gurstein, Director Phone: (604) 822-6065 Email: gurstein@interchange.ubc.ca
University Admission Policy:

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: Full

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: IBT: Departmental Requirement:

Must hold at least a 4-year Bachelors degree from an accredited institution. 76% or B+ Average Not Required 100 (no component test less than 26) Must hold at least a 4-year Bachelors degree from an accredited institution.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Credits of Core Coursework: ...................................................................12 Credits of Restricted Electives: ...............................................................12 Thesis, Exams, or Final Project Credits: Supervised Research Project ...............................................................(6), or Thesis .............................................................................................(12) Total Required Credits in Planning Program: .........................................60

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2010-2011: ....................................................December 1, 2010 Domestic Student Tuition: ............................................................................ $4017.94 International Student Tuition: ...................................................................... $7200.00 Domestic Student Application Fee: ...................................................................... $90 International Student Application Fee: ............................................................... $150

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


Ethnic Descent Canadian (Including Permanent Residents African/Black Chinese European/White Filipino Japanese Latin America Middle East/North African/ Arab South Asian Southeast Asian Foreign (including US Citizens) Total Male Female Total

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 171 174

Admitted
60 47

Enrolled
34 34

08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10

Master of Arts (Planning) Master of Science (Planning)


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail

MASTERS DEGREE

1 0 18 1 0 1 2 1 0 11 35

1 2 30 0 1 0 0 2 2 15 53

2 2 48 1 1 1 2 3 2 26 88

Patti Toporowski (604) 822-4422 ptop@interchange.ubc.ca

Year Initiated: 1953 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.........................................................1110 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09..................................................21

Masters Specializations
Comparative Development Planning Community Development and Social Planning Disaster and Risk Management Planning Ecological and Natural Resources Planning Urban Design and Transportation Planning Urban Development Planning

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Sherli Mah (604) 822-3276 phdscarp@interchange.ubc.ca

Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................55 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................1

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DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: IBT: Departmental Requirement:

Must hold a Masters degree from an accredited institution. Strongly Recommended 600 Must hold a Masters degree from an accredited institution.

Associate Professor & Chair, Masters Program. M.A. (M.I.T.), M.Arch, M.C.P., Ph.D. (U.C. Berkeley). Specializations: International Development Comparative Urbanization.

Michael Leaf

(604) 822-6213

leaf@interchange.ubc.ca

PLANNING FACULTY
Leonora Angeles
Associate Professor. B.A., M.A. (Philippines) Ph.D. (Queen's). Specializations: International and Community Development

Professor & Associate Director. B.A. (Minnesota), M.A. (SFU), Ph.D. (Carnegie Mellon). Specializations: Decision Analysis, Environmental Policy and Resource Management.

Timothy McDaniels

(604) 822-9288

timmcd@interchange.ubc.ca

(604) 822-9312

angeles@interchange.ubc.ca

Larry Beasley

Distinguished Practice Professor. C.M., B.A. (Geography and Political Science), M.A. (Planning), Hon. L.L.D. (Simon Fraser U.), F.C.I.P. Specializations: City Planning, Urban Design, Heritage Conservation.

Professor. B.Sc., Ph.D. (University of Toronto), F.R.S.C. Specializations: Ecological Systems, Ecological Economics, Human Ecology, Policy for Sustainable Development.

William Rees

(604) 822-2937

wrees@interchange.ubc.ca

(604) 687-5108

larrybeasley@shaw.ca

Professor Emeritus. B.A. (Geography, U. of Toronto), M.A. (Sociology, U. of Alberta). Specializations: Social Policy, Community and Regional Development.

Peter Boothroyd

Professor & Chair of PhD Program. BA (Hons), University of Adelaide (1970). PhD, Australian National University (1974), MFA (screenwriting) University of California at Los Angeles (1989). Specializations: Urban Planning and Social Policy.

Leonie Sandercock

(604) 822-0225

leonies@interchange.ubc.ca

(604) 822-4155

peterb@interchange.ubc.ca

Stephanie E. Chang

Maged Senbel

Associate Professor. B.S.E. (Princeton), M.S. (Cornell), Ph.D. (Cornell). Canada Research Chair in Disaster Management and Urban Sustainability. Specializations: Disaster and Risk Management

Assistant Professor. B.Arch. (University of Oregon), M.Arch. (McGill University), M.Sc. (Planning), Ph.D. (Planning) (U.B.C.). Specializations: Urban Design.

(604) 822-9158

senbel@interchange.ubc.ca

(604) 827-5054

sechang@interchange.ubc.ca

Anthony H.J. Dorcey

Mark Stevens

Professor. M.A. (Economic Science) (Aberdeen), M.Sc. (Regional Planning) (Wisconsin), F.C.I.P. Specializations: Water Resources Management, Natural Resources Policy, Dispute Resolution, Governance.

Assistant Professor. B.A. (University of Oregon), MCRP, (Planning, University of Oregon), PhD, (Planning, University of North Carolina). Specializations: Environmental & Land Use Planning.

(604) 822-5725

dorcey@interchange.ubc.ca

(604) 822-1602

xstevens@interchange.ubc.ca

Associate Professor. B.L.Arch., M.Sc., PhD. (Washington). J. Armand Bombardier Chair in Sustainable Transportation. Specializations: Transportation Infrastructure.

Lawrence Frank

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Bill Buholzer
Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Land Use Law.

(604) 822-5387

dfrank@interchange.ubc.ca

wbulholzer@gmail.com

John Friedmann

Honorary Professor. Specializations: Planning Theory, International Development.

Joyce Drohan

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Urban Design

(604) 822-0107

jrpf@interchange.ubc.ca

jdrohan@jamescheng.com

Professor and Director. B.A. (York), B.Arch. (U.B.C.), M.Arch., Ph.D. (U.C. Berkeley). Specializations: Social Development, Community-based Research.

Penelope Gurstein

Margaret Eberle

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Affordable Housing.

m_eberle@telus.net

(604) 822-6065

gurstein@interchange.ubc.ca

Nathan Edelson

Tom Hutton

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Community Economic Development.

Professor, Associate Director of SCARP for CHS. B.A. (Geography, U.B.C.), D.Phil. (Geography, Oxford University). Specializations: Metropolitan Structural Change, Pacific Rim Urban Development, Inner City Change and Planning Innovation.

njedelson@shaw.ca

Jonathan Frantz

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Multimedia.

(604) 822-4818

thutton@interchange.ubc.ca

jon@eartothegroundplanning.com

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Michael Gordon

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Housing.

michael_gordon@city.vancouver.bc.ca

FYI
The School of Community and Regional Planning is located at the naturally scenic UBC campus in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. SCARP's mission is to advance the transition to sustainability through excellence in integrated policy and planning research, professional education and community service. The School of Community and Regional Planning at UBC was the first dedicated planning school in Canada. With more than five decades of experience in graduate planning education and research, SCARP pioneered the integrated approach to planning for development. The Canadian Institute of Planners and the American Institute of Certified Planners has long recognized our Masters and Ph.D. degrees. As one of the largest graduate planning programs in Canada, SCARP has the equivalent of 15 full-time faculty, 100 students enrolled, and a teaching program characterized at once by diversity and integration. Fortunately, we are also small enough that students and faculty are able to enjoy regular one-on-one contact.

Bill Gushue

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Geographical Information Systems.

bgushue@cbainc.bc.ca

Scot Hein

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Urban Design

scot.hein@vancouver.ca

Ann McAfee

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Strategic Planning.

amcafee@shaw.ca

Norma-Jean McLaren

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Social Planning Policy.

njmclaren@shaw.ca

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Urban Food Systems Policy & Planning.

Wendy Mendes

wendy.mendes@utoronto.ca

Jon O'Riordan

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Sustainable Resource Management.

joriorda@shaw.ca

William Trousdale

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Community Economic Development.

william@ecoplan.ca

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Economic Impact and Evaluation for Planning.

Eric Vance

ecvance@shaw.ca

Jay Wollenberg

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Real Property Development.

jay@coriolis.ca

Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Public Law in the Context of Land Use Control.

Raymond Young

reyoung@shaw.ca

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY


Department of City and Regional Planning
228 Wurster Hall, #1850 Berkeley, California 94720-1850 Phone (510) 642-3256 Fax (510) 642-1641 http://www.dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu Karen Christensen, Department Chair Phone: (510) 642-3256 E-mail: dcrpchair@berkeley.edu

BA/BS PAB

MA/MS PAB PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


History/Social Science (2 yrs); English (4 yrs); Math (3 yrs); Laboratory Science (2 yrs); Language other than English (2 yrs); Visual and Performing Arts (1 yr); College Prep Electives (1 yr). Minimum GPA: CA resident: 3.0 GPA; non-resident, 3.4 GPA. Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Must be taken as well as three SAT II Subject Tests. Departmental/University Requirement:

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission deadline: ....................................................................November 20, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline: ....................................................................... March 2, 2010 In-state Tuition and Fees: ............................................................................$4,874.25 Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..................................................................$16,208.75 Application Fee: .....................................................................$60, $70 (International)

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 20 CED Requirement .................................................................................... 47 Major Requirement ........................................................................... 9 to 12 External Breadth Requirement ......................................................... 9 to 12 General Electives ..........................................................................32 to 35+ Total Required Hours In Planning Program ................................... 120-126 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ....................... 120-130 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................ Not required

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Very Limited; for continuing students only.

Admissions Deadline: ................................................................... December 7, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline: ................................................................ December 7, 2009 In-state Tuition and Fees: ...........................................................................$5,616.25 Out of State Tuition and Fees: ..................................................................$13,134.25 Application Fee: ......U.S./ Domestic Applicants: $70 / International Applicants: $90

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Student Affairs Officer (510) 643-9440 dcrpgrad@berkeley.edu

Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted


Undergraduate Masters Doctoral 100 297 62 118 400 76 19 76 10 16 66 14

Enrolled
13 42 5 9 40 13

Year Initiated: 1948 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through Sp 2009 .......................................................1935 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/08 ..................................................48

08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BA in Urban Studies
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Pat Ramirez (510) 642-1633 pramirez@berkeley.edu

Transportation Policy and Planning Housing, Community, and Economic Development Land Use Planning Environmental Planning & Policy Urban Design International & Comparative Planning Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Metropolitan/ Regional Planning

Masters Specializations

Year initiated: 2002 Degrees Granted through 8/31/06..............................................................85 Degrees Granted from 9/1/05 to 8/31/06................................................NA

Undergraduate Specializations
Urban Studies and Planning, Environmental Design

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MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy:

Bachelors degree from an accredited university. Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3.0 Minimum GRE: No minimum score requirement Minimum TOEFL 570 (paper), 230 (CBT), 68 (iBT). Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Not Required Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited university. Coursework in microeconomics and statistics preferred but not required; planning-related work experience preferred but not required.

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Student Affairs Officer (510) 643-9440 dcrpgrad@berkeley.edu

Year initiated 1968 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2009......................................................208 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/30/2006 ...........................................6 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2002 to 8/31/2008 1. Computers and the Promise of Development 2. Deliberate Improvisation: The Governance of Highway Franchises in Santiago, Chile 1990-2005 3. The Dark Side of Silicon Valley: Analyzing the Effectiveness of Water Quality Regulation In the Context of the Semi-conductor Industry 4. Costs of Suburbanization: Comparative Effects of Peri-Urban Residential Relocation on Household Welfare Measures in Shanghai 5. Latino Perspectives and Community Environment: Encouraging Physical Activity for Better Health 6. Towards a Living Wage in the New Economy: The Politics and Economics of Building Labor Market Institutions at the Urban Scale

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ......................................... 4-5 Hours of Restricted Electives ............................................................. 10-17 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................................................ 6-17 Hours for final project ......3-6Total Required Hours in Planning Program: 48 minimum Exam,Thesis or Final Product ...................... Students may choose to write professional report, client report, or thesis

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 2 28 0 0 1 4 3 6 44

Female 2 37 2 2 7 6 7 7 63

Total 4 65 2 2 18 10 10 13 107

Transportation, Community Development, Regional Economic Development, Housing, International Planning, Urban Design, Environmental Planning, Land Use, Infrastructure DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement:

Doctoral Specializations

None. 3.0 No minimum score required. 570 (paper); 230 (CBT); 68 (IBT) Prefers Masters degree in planning or planning-related field.

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Hours of Core .............................................................................................0 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................0 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Total Hours .......................48 units and 2 years of full-time student status Exam, Thesis, or Final Product: .............. Planning Theory (2 courses) and Methods (3-4 courses) to be determined by the demands of dissertation research. Student must also complete Inside and Outside field examinations, an oral qualifying exam, and filing of dissertation. Indicators of academic progress include satisfactory completion of exams and annual review.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Top Ph.D. applicants are nominated for Multi-Year University Fellowships and departmental awards.

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Approximately, 10 Graduate Student Instructors, 25% time, paying virtually all in-state fees plus health insurance. Research positions at 25% time carry the same remission as that for GSIs. Availability of positions depends on faculty grants. Many students also hold internships off campus. Eligibility Criteria: Students apply directly to instructor for positions when they are announced. Requires 3.0 GPA and no more than 2 incompletes.

Robert Cervero

Professor. AB, University of Noth Carolina (1973); MS, Georgia Institute of Technology; Ph.D., UCLA (1980). Specializations: Computer Applications, Infrastructure/Public Services, International Development and Planning. http://www-dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu/Cervero/

(510) 642-1695

robertc@berkeley.edu

Karen Chapple

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Associate Professor. BA, Columbia University (1989); MSCRP, Pratt Institute (1994); Ph.D., UC Berkeley (2000). Specializations: Local Economic Development, Poverty, Metropolitan Planning. http://socrates. berkeley.edu/~profkdc/Index.htm

(510) 642-1868

chapple@berkeley.edu

Male 5 14 0 0 4 0 1 10 34

Female 2 9 0 0 2 2 2 4 21

Total 7 21 0 0 6 2 3 14

Assistant Professor. BA, University of California, Berkeley (1991); Master in Public Policy, Harvard University (1997); Ph.D., UCLA (2005). Specializations: Transportation, Land Use, Economic Development, Smart Growth.

Daniel G. Chatman

dgc@berkeley.edu

Karen Christensen

Associate Professor. BA, Ratcliffe College (1966); MCP (1977) and Ph.D. (1980), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Citizen Participation, Community Development, Housing and Neighborhood Planning. www.dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu

(510) 642-3111

kchriste@berkeley.edu

Jason Corburn

Associate Professor. MCP and Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Environmental Policy & Planning; Environmental Health; Urban Environmental Justice; Social & Spatial Epidemiology; Health Impact Assessment; Science & Technology Studies; Social Theory; Environmental Dispute Resolution.

Michael Dear

Total Students

55

Professor. Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Urban Geography, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Social Policy, Political Economy and Planning Theory.

m.dear@berkeley.edu

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Professor. M.S., MIT (1981); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1988). Specializations: Historic Preservation, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, International Development and Planning. www.dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu

Elizabeth Deakin

Nezar AlSayyad

Professor. B.S. and M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; J.D., Boston College. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Land Use/ Growth Management, Metropolitan/Regional Planning, Natural Resource Planning, Planning Law. www.dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu

(510) 642-47497

edeakin@berkeley.edu

(510) 642-4852

nezar@berkeley.edu

David Dowall

Peter Bosselmann

Professor. M.Arch., UCLA (1976); Diploma in Architecture, Karlsruhe University, Germany (1973). Specializations: Citizen Participation, Computer Applications, Environmental Planning, Environmental Psychology. www.dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu

Professor. B.S., University of Maryland (1971); MURP (1974) and Ph.D. (1975), University of Colorado. Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Infrastructure/Public Services, International Development and Planning, Metropolitan/Regional Planning.

(510) 642-6579

dowall@berkeley.edu

(510) 642-6579

pbossel@berkeley.edu

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Malo Andr Hutson

Assistant Professor. MCP, University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Urban Policy and Politics; The role of public/private institutions in influencing urban development

Jennifer Wolch

Professor. Ph.D., Princeton University (1978). Specializations: Citizen Participation, Environmental Planning, Gender Studies and Planning, Infrastructure/Public Services.

m.hutson@berkeley.edu

wolch@berkeley.edu

Judith Innes

Professor. BA, Radcliffe College (1963); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1973). Specializations: Citizen Participation, Community Development, Environmental Planning, Land Use/Growth Management, Negotiation and Conflict Management. www.dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Arthur Blaustein
Adjunct Professor. MA, Columbia University (1962). Specializations: Community Development, Economic Development PLanning, Citizen Participation/Community Organization. www.dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu

(510) 642-3256

jinnes@berkeley.edu

Associate Professor. BA, MLA/MCP and Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1999). Specializations: Urban Design Theory, History of Urban Design and Urban Form, Public Space Design, and Environmental Behavior Research, Street Design. http://www-dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu/Faculty/Macdonald/

Elizabeth Macdonald

(510) 642-3256

Fred Etzel

(510) 643-3765

emacdon@berkeley.edu

Adjunct Associate Professor. BA, Colgate University (1968); MCP, UC Berkeley, J.D., Hastings College of Law (1978). (510) 642-3256 fetzel@landuseprof.com

AICP

John Radke

Associate Professor. BA (1975) and MA (1977), Wilfred Laurier; Ph.D., University of British Columbia (1983). Specializations: Computer Applications, Environmental Planning, Geographic Information Systems, Natural Resource Planning, Quantitative Methods. http://geography.berkeley.edu/people history/faculty/j_radke.html

Michael Smith-Heimer

Professor Adjunct. Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Real Estate Development, Urban and Regional Economics, Housing and Neighborhood Development. www.dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu

(510) 643-5995

ratt@berkeley.edu

(510) 642-3256

mash2@ix.netcom.com

Ananya Roy

Professor. BA, Mills College (1992); MCP (1994) and Ph.D. (1999), University of California, Berkeley. http://www-dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu/facbios/Roy/ananya_roy_pagePR.htm

FYI
Concurrent Masters Degrees with the Following Departments are Offered: o International and Area Studies to list of Concurrent Masters Degrees. o Architecture o Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning o Civil Engineering o Public Health o Law

(510) 642-4938

ananya@berkeley.edu

AnnaLee Saxenian

Professor. BA, Williams College (1976); MCP, UC Berkeley (1980); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1989). Specializations: Economic Development Planning, International Development and Planning, Metropolitan/Regional Planning, Political Economy, Regional Economics. www.dcro.ced.berkeley.edu

(510) 642-3256

anno@ischool.berkeley.edu FAICP

Professor. BA (1962) and B.Arch. (1964), University if Minnesota; MCP (1967) and Ph.D. (1970), MIT. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Environmental Psychology, Historic Preservation, Landscape/Site Design, Physical Planning/Urban Design, Planning Practice. www.dcrp.ced.berkeley.edu

Michael Southworth

(480) 965-7167

msouthw@berkeley.edu

Paul Waddell

Professor. M.S. (1981) and Ph.D. (1989), University of Texas, Dallas. Specializations: Urban Economics, Economic Geography, Land Use, Transportation, Urban Simulation Modeling.

waddell@berkeley.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE


Department of Planning, Policy, and Design
202 Social Ecology I Irvine, California 92697-7075 Phone (949) 824-0563 Fax (949) 824-8566 ppd@uci.edu http://socialecology.uci.edu/ppd David Feldman, Department Chair Phone (949) 824-4384 E-mail: David.Feldman@uci.edu

BA/BS PAB

MA/MS PAB PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

Housing and Community Development, Transportation, Environmental Planning, Urban Security, Economic Development, Land Use/Growth Management, Public Management, Urban Design, Health Promotion
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Areas of Study

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-10 .......................................................... January 15, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ...................................................... January 15, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: .............................................................. $3,133 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................... $10,690 per quarter Application Fee ......................................................................................................$40 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Must hold Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 Verbal plus quantitative greater than 1100 recommended Only required for non-native English speakers ((550 for paper-based test, and 213 for the computer-based test). Not Required Three letters of recommendation, statement of purpose, transcripts.

Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program .........................January 15, 2010 Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D program.............................January 15, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program.....................January 15, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D Program .........................January 15, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................ $3,168.50 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................ $8,180.50 per quarter Application Fee ......................................................................................................$70 Additional Fees: ......................Graduate Student Health Insurance: $732 per quarter

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................32 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................8 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................32 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................72 Exam, Thesis or Final Product: Required Professional Report Analysis of a community planning process or project done in a manner that shows professional judgement and competence.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Internship:

Masters Doctoral

106 54

174 65

92 15

133 8

34 10

50 5

Department provides assistance in placing students in internships.

Grants and Loans:

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Janet Gallagher (949) 824-9849 or (949) 824-0563 ppd@uci.edu
Teaching/Research Assistantships:

Ten to 12 fee fellowships pay from one to three quarters of fees, with some offers paying from one to two quarters of out-of-state tuition and fees. Awards based on merit. Approximately $1,450 per month, with payment of in-state fees and health insurance. Out of state tuition paid by some research assistantships. Availability varies. Contact Department, Awards based on merit.

Year Initiated: 1992 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................270 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................37

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TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Departmental Requirement:

Male 5 15 1 0 9 0 0 2 31

Female 4 21 1 0 10 0 0 4 40

Total 9 36 2 0 19 0 0 6 71

Minimum 3.0 GPA. 1100 minimum recommended. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Three letters of recommendation, statement of purpose, transcripts.

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................24 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................24 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Exam, Thesis or Final Product Comprehensive exams on methods and topical area of specialization in second year.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Internship: Grants and Loans:

Department provides assistance in placing students in internships. Ten to 12 fee fellowships pay from one to three quarters of fees, with some offers paying three quarters of out-of-state tuition and stipend. Portions of awards renewable for total of four years. Awards based on merit.

Total Students

Teaching/Research Assistantships:

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Approximately $1,450 per month, with payment of in-state fees and health insurance. Out of state tuition paid by some research assistantships. Awards based on merit.

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Planning, Policy, and Design (formerly Urban & Regional Planning)
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Janet Gallagher (949) 824-9849 or (949) 824-0563 ppd@uci.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 0 7 0 0 3 0 0 5

Female 1 15 0 0 1 0 0 4

Total 1 22 0 0 4 0 0 9

Year initiated 1997 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2009........................................................29 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2009 ...........................................3 Recent Dissertations 1. Walking and Urban Form: Modeling and Testing Parental Decisions about Childrens Travel. 2. Exploring Elements of Religious Organizations that Affect Participation and Success in Obtaining Funding from Faith-based Initiatives. 3. Blighted Partnerships: Unsustainable Redevelopment Practices. 4. Metropolitan Quality of Life: The Roles of Labor Markets, Land Markets, and Amenities. 5. Inscribing at the Crossroads of Culture and Crime: Graffiti in Place and on Property in Urban Los Angeles. 6. Transdisciplinary Scientific Collaboration: An Exploration of the Research Process.

Doctoral Specializations Urban and Community Development, Environmental Policy, Design Behavior Research, Health Promotion and Policy
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Total Students

15

21

36

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Victoria Basolo
Associate Professor. Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Specializations: Housing and Community Development, Local Economic Development/Redevelopment, Regionalism and Environmental Policy. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/basolo/

AICP

Professor and Chair: Ph.D., University of Missouri. Specializations: Water Resources Management and Policy, Global Environmental Change, Ethics and the Environment, Adaptive Management and Sustainable Development http://socialecology.uci.edu/faculty/feldmand

David L. Feldman

(949) 824-4384

feldmand@uci.edu

(949) 824-3521

basolo@uci.edu

Victoria Beard

Associate Professor. Ph.D., University of British Columbia. Specializations: Planning in Developing Countries, Community-based Planning, Poverty Reduction, Planning Theory and Population Studies. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/beard/ (949) 824-6484 vbeard@uci.edu

Professor. Ph.D., Stanford University. Specializations: Organization Theory, Organizational Change, Public Management, Qualitative Research Methods. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/feldman/

Martha Feldman

(949) 824-4252

feldmanm@uci.edu

Ajay Garde

Professor. Ph.D., Princeton University. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Economic Development, Urban Economics. http://www.seweb. uci.edu/faculty/boarnet/

Marlon Boarnet

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., University of Southern California. Specializations: Urban Design, Urban Form, Sustainable Growth, Physical Planning.

(949) 824-9087

agarde@uci.edu

(949) 824-7695

mgboarne@uci.edu AICP

Helen Ingram

Scott Bollens

Professor. Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specializations: Urban Ethnic Relations, Growth Policy, Metropolitan Governance, Intergovernmental Planning. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/bollens/

Professor Emerita. Ph.D., Columbia University. Specializations: Public Policy, Water Resources and Environment, U.S.-Mexico Relations, American Politics. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/ingram/

(949) 824-1434

hingram@uci.edu

(949) 824-7696

bollens@uci.edu

Douglas Houston

Tim-Allen Bruckner

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Transportation, Air Quality, Urban Inequality, Environmental Equity, Spatial Analysis.

Assistant Professor. Ph.D. University of California, Irvine. Specializations: Economic Downturns and Health, Perinatal Epidemiology, Biodemography, Mental Health Policy

(949) 824-0563

houston@uci.edu

(949) 824-0563

tbruck@uci.edu

Raul Lejano

Senior Lecturer (tenured) and Vice Chair. Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Social Demography, Public Health, Demographic Methods in Planning. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/ chew/

Kenneth Chew

Associate Professor. Ph.D., D.Env., University of California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Environmental Justice, Risk Assessment, Sustainability Planning. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/lejano/

(949) 824-9825

lejano@uci.edu

Richard Matthew

(949) 924-6990

chew@uci.edu

Kristen Day

Professor. Ph.D., University if Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Specializations: Urban Design and Behavior, Diversity and Environments, Physical Activity and the Built Environment. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/ day/

Associate Professor. Ph.D., Princeton University. Specializations: Environmental Change, Conflict and Security, Sustainable Development, Global Governance, Urban Security. http:// www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/matthew/

(949) 824-4852

rmatthew@uci.edu

Sanjoy Mazumdar

(949) 824-5880

kday@uci.edu

Professor. Ph.D., J.D., University of Michigan. Specializations: Land use and Environmental Law, International Organizations, Conflict Resolution. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/dimento/

Joseph DiMento

Professor. M.Arch., A.S., M.C.P., Ph.D., MIT. Specializations: Environmental Design, Social and Cultural Aspects of Planning, Ethnic Communities, Qualitative Research Methods. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/ faculty/mazumdar/

(949) 824-5046

mazumdar@uci.edu

(949) 824-5102

jfdiment@uci.edu

Daniel Stokols

Professor. Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specializations: Health Impacts of Environmental Stressors, Environmental Design and Social Behavior, Health Promotion and Planning. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/stokols/

(949) 824-5294

dstokols@uci.edu

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Luis Suarez-Villa

Professor. Ph.D., Cornell University. Specializations: Innovation and Technology, Economic and Social Development, Regional Analysis. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/suarez-villa/

Kenneth Small

(949) 824-6323

lsuarez@uci.edu

Professor Emeritus. Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Transportation Economics, Urban Economics, Energy and Infrastructure.

Rodolfo Torres

David Smith

Professor. Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School. Specializations: Critical Urbanism, Class Structures, Studies in Racism and Inequalities, Poverty and Social Policy. http://www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/torres/

Professor. Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specializations: International Development, Political Economy, Urban and Regional Development.

(949) 824-7680

rodolfo@uci.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Sarah Catz
Lecturer. J.D., Santa Clara University School of Law. Specializations: Transportation Policy, Infrastructure Policy, Transportation and Land Use.

Joseph Devoy

Lecturer. BS and ME, California State University, Long Beach Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, Computer Applications, Physical Planning.

Randal Jackson

Lecturer. B.L.A., Utah State University. Specializations: Physical Planning, Land Use Planning, Urban Design.

Michael McNally

Associate Professor. Ph.D., University of California, Irvine. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Computer Applications, Travel Demand Models.

Professor. Ph.D., Boston University. Specializations: Social Movements, Public Policy, Social Justice.

David Meyer

Mark Petracca

Associate Professor. Ph.D., University of Chicago. Specializations: Public Policy, Political Institutions, Interest Groups.

Senior Lecturer with Security of Employment, Emerita. Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School. Specializations: Politics and Governance, Public Management, Strategic Planning and Real Estate.

Judith Rosener

Lecturer. MA, University of California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Planning Practice, Growth Management, Strategic Planning.

Michael Ruane

Jean-Daniel Saphores

Associate Professor. Ph.D. Cornell University. Specializations: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics and Policy, Environmental Planning, Infrastructure Planning.

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES


3250 School of Public Affairs Building Los Angeles, California 90095-1656 Phone (310) 825-4025 Fax (310) 206-5566 http://www.spa.ucla.edu/dup Brian D. Taylor, Department Chair (310) 903-3228 E-mail: btaylor@ucla.edu

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

School of Public Affairs

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

None. 3.0 University None. 600/250/100 None. College Algebra, Microeconomics.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program .........................January 15, 2010 Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D program.........................December 15, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program ...............................December 15, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.D Program ...................................December 15, 2009 In-State Tuition and Fees ............................................................. $10,656.50 per year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees...................................................... $25,692.50 per year Application Fee ......................................................................................................$60 Additional Fees: .................................................................................................. None

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................20 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...........................................20 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................24 Capstone Project .........................................................................................8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................72 Exams or Written Requirements:..........Thesis or Comprehensive Exam Option (individual applied research project; or comprehensive (group) project, or 2-week exam)

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

5-6 major 2-year fellowships offered per year. Some departmental fellowships . Some non-resident tuition waivers; some transportation fellowships. Some teaching and research assistantships (number varies each year). These provide fee remissions (approx. 2/3 of reg. fees) under certain conditions. (Check with Department).

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters Doctoral 266 49 357 52

Accepted
140 11 164 14

Enrolled
62 6 77 7

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10

Male 13 24 2 0 7 0 5 3 54

Female 15 21 3 2 7 0 13 4 70

Total 28 45 5 2 14 0 18 7

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Arts in Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Jennifer Crowe (310) 825-8957 jcrowe@spa.ucla.edu

Year Initiated: 1969 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.........................................................1846 Degrees Granted from 9/1/06 to 8/31/09 ................................................116

Design and Development, Environmental Analysis and Policy, Regional and International Development, Transportation Policy and Planning, Community Development and Housing

Masters Specializations

Total Students

124

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DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Jennifer Crowe (310) 825-8957 jcrowe@spa.ucla.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 2 13 1 0 1 0 0 6

Female 1 7 1 1 3 0 0 3

Total 3 20 2 1 4 0 0 9

Year Initiated 1970 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2009......................................................177 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2009 .........................................12 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2009 1. Diesel Truck Impact Zones in Southern California: Localized Implications of Goods Movement Container Traffic. 2. International Technology Gaps in the Age of Globalization. 3. Exploring the Localization of Transportation Planning: Essays on Research and Policy Implications from Shifting Goals in Transportation Planning. 4. Heterogeneity and Collective Action: Evidence from Massachusetts. 5. The Politics of Counting Carbon: Lessons from the California Climate Action Registry. 6. Fashioning a Greener Shade of Clean: Integrating Pollution Prevention Into Public Policy -- The Case of Professional Wet Cleaning. 7. Institutional Issues in the Adoption of Smart Card Systems Among U.S. Transit Agencies for Fare Collection.

Community Development, Critical Studies of Cities and Regions, Culture and Ethnicity, Economic Development, the Environment, Gender and Planning, Housing, International Housing and Development, Regional Political Economy, Transportation, Urban Design
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Departmental Requirement: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: None. Masters degree in relevant field. None. 600/250/100

Doctoral Specializations

Total Students

23

16

39

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Associate Professor. BA, UC Berkeley (1982); MA (1990) and Ph.D. (1995), UCLA. Specializations: Urban Poverty and Low Wage Labor Markets, Social Policy and Planning, Social Economic Inequality, Gender and Planning.
http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=18

Evelyn Blumenberg

(310) 903-3305

eblumenb@ucla.edu

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Randall Crane

Hours of Required Courses.......................................................................24 Hours of Methods Courses .......................................................................12 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Outside Field .............................................................................12 Total Required Hours in Program............................................................ 48 Exam, Thesis or Final Product:......Must pass written and oral major field exams, three courses in outside field, three courses in research methods and Oral Qualifying Exam for advancement to Candidacy.

Professor. BA, UC Santa Barbara (1974); MCRP, Ohio State University (1979); Ph.D., MIT (1987). Specializations: Urban Development, Environmental Policy, Housing, Governance.

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=44

(310) 951-3576

crane@ucla.edu

Leobardo Estrada

Associate Professor. BA, Baylor University (1966); MS (1968) and Ph.D. (1970), Florida State University. Specializations: Social Planning, Survey Research, Planning for Multiple Public, Geographic Information Systems.
http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=290

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

(310) 825-6574

leobard@ucla.edu

3-4 major 4-year fellowships offered per year. Some departmental fellowships. Some non-resident tuition waivers; some transportation fellowships. Some teaching and research assistantships (number varies each year). These provide fee remissions (approx. 2/3 of reg. fees) under certain conditions. (Check with Department).

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Professor. BS, University of Chicago (1972); MA (1976) and Ph.D. (1982), UC Berkeley. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Politics, Women in Development, International Development and Planning, Natural Resource Planning and Rural Development.

Susanna Hecht

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=101

(310) 779-5654

sbhecht@ucla.edu

Distinguished Professor. BA, Hunter College (1961); MA, University of Wisconsin (1961); Ph.D., Syracuse University (1967). Specializations: Critical Urban and Regional Studies, Spatial and Planning Theory, Comparative Regional Restructuring in Industrial Societies, Political Economy.

Edward Soja

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=251

Professor. BS, Pennsylvania State University (1961); MS (1965) and Ph.D. (1980), Columbia University. Specialization: Housing Policy, Community Development, Gender Studies and Planning, Alternative Planning & Design for Grassroots Empowerment.

Jacqueline Leavitt

(310) 825-4335

esoja@ucla.edu

Michael Storper

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=154

(310) 825-4380

jleavitt@ucla.edu

Professor. BA (1975), MA (1979) and Ph.D. (1982), UC Berkeley. Specializations: International Development and Planning, Urban and Regional Economics, Political Economy, Trade and Location Patterns and Labor Markets.

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=257

Professor. BA, Pomona College (1966); MS (1971) and Ph.D. (1978), UCLA. Specializations: Quantitative Methods, Computer Applications in Architecture, Urban Design & Urban Planning, Computer Visualization of Urban Environments, Geographic Information Systems.

Robin Liggett

(310) 825-2718

storper@ucla.edu

Lois Takahashi

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=162

(310) 825-6294

rliggett@ucla.edu

Professor. MS, Carnegie Mellon University (1987); Ph.D., USC (1992). Specializations: Social Service Delivery Focusing on HIV/AIDS and Homelessness, Locational Conflict, Collaboration Among Community Based Organizations, Planning History and Theory.

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=325

Professor. M.Arch (1984), MPL (1985) and Ph.D. (1988), University of Southern California. Specializations: Physical Planning, Urban Design, Planning History, Public Environment of the City, Privatization of Public Space, Safety and Security in Inner City Areas and Bus Stop Crime.

Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris

(310) 429-8641

takahash@spa.ucla.edu

Brian Taylor

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=165

(310) 206-9679

sideris@ucla.edu

cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=260

Professor. BA, UCLA (1983); MCP (1987) and MS (1987), UC Berkeley; Ph.D., UCLA (1992). Specializations: Transportation Policy, Planning and Finance, Transportation and Urban Form, Planning for Special Populations. http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.

Associate Professor. Master of Urban Design, University of Hong Kong (1992); M.Arch., University of Texas (1995); Ph.D., MIT (2000). Specializations: Housing and Land Development, Urban & Neighborhood Revitalization, Development Strategies for Low Income Communities, Physical Planning and Urban Design.

Vinit Mukhija

(310) 903-3228

btaylor@ucla.edu

Chris Tilly

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=355

(310) 794-4478

mukhija@ucla.edu

Professor. MUP, University of Washington (1977), Ph.D. UC Berkeley (1983). Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Race/ Ethnicity and Planning, Urban Labor Markets, Immigrants in the Urban Economy.

Paul Ong

Professor. BA, Harvard College (1976); Ph.D., MIT (1989). Specializations: Work and labor markets, poverty and inequality, community and regional development, social ovements. His research focuses on the US and Mexico, with some broader comparative work. Also Director, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment. http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1. cfm&id=515

tilly@ucla.edu

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=355

(310) 206-2193

pmong@ucla.edu

Professor. BE (1961), BA (1962), MA (1965) and Ph.D. (1968), Yale University. Specializations: Public Finance & Fiscal Planning, Transportation and Land Use, Parking, Neighborhood Planning.

Donald Shoup

FAICP

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Harvard (2008). Specializations: Environmental policy; urban economics; transportation policy; Chinese urbanization. http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1. cfm&id=514

Rui Wang

(310) 367-3738

ruiwang@ucla.edu

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=250

(310) 825-5705

shoup@ucla.edu

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OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Eric Avila
Associate Professor of Chicana/o Studies. BA, UC Berkeley (1990); MA, UC Berkeley (1992); Ph.D., UC Berkeley (1997). Specializations: The Culture of Cities; Comparative U.S. Urban History; 20th-century Urbanism; History of Los Angeles; Racial Identity and Racialization; Urban Latino/Chicano Culture; The Uses and Meanings of the Urban Built Environment. http://www.chavez.ucla.edu/avila.htm

Neal Richman

Lecturer. BA, UC Santa Cruz (1977); MA, UCLA (1981); Ph.D., University of Aalborg (1992). Specializations: Planning Education and Professional Practice, Real Estate Development & Finance, Nonprofit Development & Management, Housing Policy.

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=228

(310) 825-0577

nrichman@ucla.edu

Michael Stoll

(310) 825-9106

eavila@ucla.edu

Professor. BS, UC Berkeley (1988); MCP (1990) and Ph.D. (1995), MIT. Specializations: Interplay of Race Ethnicity, Urban Poverty and Labor Markets, Urban Economic Development Strategies.

Lecturer. BA, UCLA (1971); MA, Claremont School of Theology (1974); Ph.D., UCLA (1988). Specializations: History of Development Planning and Theory, Regional Economic Development Policies, Non-Governmental Organizations, Rural Development and Social Policy.
http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=39

Stephen Commins

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=255

(310) 206-4774

mstoll@ucla.edu

Abel Valenzuela

(310) 422-5997

scommins@worldbank.org

Professor. BA, UC Berkeley (1986); MCP (1968) and Ph.D. (1993), MIT. Specializations: International Migration, Immigrants in the Urban Economy, Urban Poverty, Race, Ethnicity and Social Inequality.

Dana Cuff

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=265

(310) 206-8224

abel@ucla.edu

Professor. BA, UC Santa Cruz; Ph.D., UC Berkeley (1982). Specializations: Physical Planning/Urban Design, Social & Cultural Bases of Design, Low Income Housing & Neighborhoods, Critical Urban Studies.
http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=45

Goetz Wolff

(310) 206-5517

dcuff@ucla.edu

Carol Goldstein

Lecturer. AB, Occidental College (1965; MA, Yale University. (1968); ABD, UCLA. Specializations: Regional Economic Development, Industrial Restructuring and Labor Market Dynamics; Southern California Regional Economy, Industrial, Spatial and Labor Analysis, Industry Cluster/Sectoral Analysis.
http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=279

Lecturer. BA, Northwestern University (1972). Specializations: Physical Planning, Urban Design and Planning Practice, Cultural Policy, Planning, Funding & Facility Development, Public Art.
http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=89

(310) 369-0900

gwolff@ucla.edu

Min Zhou

(310) 825-4896

cgold@ucla.edu

Lecturer. BA (1975), MA (1977), UCLA. Specializations: Community Economic Development, Popular Education and Public Policy, Cooperatives, Financial Institutions and Markets.

Gilda Haas

http://www.sppsr.ucla.edu/dept.cfm?d=up&s=faculty&f=faculty1.cfm&id=342

Professor of Sociology. BA, Zhongshan (Sun Yat-Sen) University, China (1982); MA, SUNY-Albany (1985); Ph.d., SUNY-Albany (1989). Specializations: Immigrant Neighborhoods in Los Angeles: Chinatown, Koreatown, and Pico Union; Intra-Asian Migration: Diverse Patterns of Human Movements and the Role of the State; Race and Ethnicity; The Community; Urban Sociology http://www.soc.ucla.edu/people/faculty?lid=250&display_one=1

(213) 745-9961

gildahaas@saje.net

(310) 825-3532

mzhou@soc.ucla.edu

Gary Orfield

Professor of Education. BA, University of Minnesota (1963); MA, University of Chicago (1965); Ph.d., University of Chicago (1968). Specializations: Educational policy as it relates to the challenges of urban schools; civil rights; urban policy and minority opportunity. Co-director and Founder, The Civil Rights Project, the nation's leading research center on issues of civil rights and racial inequality.

FYI

(310) 267-4877

orfield@gseis.ucla.edu

Adjunct Associate Professor. BA, (1974), MA (1979) UC Davis; Ph.D., UCLA (1985). Specializations: Environmentalism, Land Use in Cities and Urban Regions, Economic Health, Distributional Impacts of Natural Amenities or Degradation, Implementation Strategies for Sustainability.

Stephanie Pincetl

(310) 825-2434

spincetl@ioe.ucla.edu

JUBILANT PH.D. GRADUATES AFTER COMMENCEMENT


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UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
School of Planning, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning
P.O. Box 210016 Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0016 Phone (513) 556-4943 Fax (513) 556-1274 E-mail: ucplanning@uc.edu http://daap.uc.edu/planning Christopher Auffrey, Interim School Director Phone (513) 556-0579 E-mail: chris.auffrey@uc.edu

BS BUP MCP Ph.D. PAB PABPAB PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

Certificate in Historic Preservation, Certificate in Geographic Information Systems


UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: College Prep Program. University, variable; Department, top 30%. Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT- University, variable; Department, 21. SAT- University, variable; Department, 980

Undergraduate Specializations

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2008-2009 ......................................................................Rolling Financial Aid Deadline 2008-2009 .................................................. February 1, 2009 In-State Tuition and Fees: ..................................... $4,241 per quarter ($12,723/year) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................ $7,685 per quarter ($23,055/year) Application Fee ......................................................................................................$40 Additional Fees: ................................................................................................. None

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 90 Hours of Studio Courses .......................................................................... 30 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 69 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................................................................. 0 Other (Thesis) ...........................................................................................11 Total Required Hours In Planning Program .......................................... 200 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 200 Thesis or Final Product ...................................................... Thesis Required

Bachelor of Science in Urban Studies


Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Christopher Auffrey (513) 556-0579 chris.auffrey@uc.edu

Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program ........................................ Rolling Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D program............................................ Rolling Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program.....................February 1, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D Program .........................February 1, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: .................................... $4,037 per quarter ($12,111/year) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..............................$7,315 per quarter ($21,945/year) Application Fee: ..................................................................................................... $40 Additional Fees: ...................................................................................................None

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Year initiated:1961 Not PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/30/09......................................................... 223

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Student chooses from over 20 options or develops own.


UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: College Prep Program. University, variable; Department, top 40%. Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT- University, variable; Department, 20. SAT- University, variable; Department, 940

Undergraduate Specializations

Undergraduate Masters Doctoral

99 113 23

124 95 28

44 108 6

54 64 3

21 39 5

50 33 3

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
Bachelor of Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Christopher Auffrey (513) 556-0579 chris.auffrey@uc.edu

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Year Initiated:1961 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/30/09......................................................... 830

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 45 Hours of Concentration............................................................................ 30 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 78 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ................................................................ 27 Other (Thesis) ............................................................................................ 6 Total Required Hours In Planning Program .......................................... 186 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 186 Thesis or Final Product ...................................................... Thesis Required

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

University merit scholarships and several departmental minority scholarships. Eligibility based on GPA, SAT/ACT score, exam, interview and financial need.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Community Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Christopher Auffrey (513) 556-0579 chris.auffrey@uc.edu

Male 0 26 5 0 1 0 0 4

Female 0 26 5 0 1 0 0 9

Total 0 52 10 0 2 0 0 13

Year Initiated: 1963 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/06...........................................................776 Degrees Granted from 9/1/02 to 8/31/06 ..................................................69

Urban Design Physical Planning Environmental Planning Economic Development International Development Certificate in Historic Preservation Certificate in Geographic Information Systems Peace Corps Programs: Masters International Program Peace Corps/Fellows USA
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Variable. University, variable; Department, 3.0 University, variable; Department, variable. University, 520; Department, 560.

Masters Specializations

Total Students

36

41

77

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Regional Development Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Christopher Auffrey (513) 556-0579 chris.auffrey@uc.edu

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Year initiated 2002 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2009..........................................................2 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2003 to 8/31/2008 ...........................................0

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................33 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................5 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................20 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................21 Other .........................................................................................................11 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................90 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ......................................................... Thesis NOTE: Paid summer Internship is required.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Metropolitan Development Planning, Regional/National Development Planning, Regional Development, Planning & Management in Developing Countries.

Doctoral Specializations

Ten full MCP assistantships, and 35-40 full and partial tuition scholarships and internships. Eligibility based on merit.

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DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum GPA: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GRE: Departmental Requirement:

Variable. University, variable; Department, 3.4 University, 520; Department, 600. University, variable; Department, above the median. Masters in Planning or related field, calculus, stats, economics, natural science, environmental science.

PLANNING FACULTY
Mahyar Arefi
Associate Professor. MUD, MArch, Tehran; Ph.D., USC. Specializations: Urban Design, Community Development.

(513) 556-0212

mahyar.arefi@uc.edu

Associate Professor. Ph.D., Michigan. Specializations: Healthy Urban Planning, Environmental Justice, Sustainable Development.

Christopher Auffrey
(513) 556-0579

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

chris.auffrey@uc.edu FAICP

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................20 Hours of Research.....................................................................................45 Hours of Major Field ................................................................................20 Hours of Minor Field ................................................................................12 Other .........................................................................................................38 Total Required Hours in Program...........................................................135 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ...............................First year screening, comprehensive exam, admission to candidacy, dissertation.

Jay Chatterjee

Professor. MRP, North Carolina; MArch, Urban Design, Harvard. Specializations: Urban Design, Regional Planning, Transportation and Land Use.

(513) 556-1204

jay.chatterjee@uc.edu AICP

Carla Chifos

Associate Professor. MCP, Cincinnati; Ph.D., Cornell. Specializations: Sustainable Development, Urban Environment, International Development.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

(513) 293-8195

carla.chifos@uc.edu Eur Ing, SIA, AICP

10 full doctoral assistantships. Eligibility based on merit.

David J. Edelman

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Professor. MRP, Ph.D., Cornell. Specializations: Urban Environmental Management, Energy Policy Planning, Development Planning and Management.

(513) 556-2378

david.edelman@uc.edu

Male 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 6

Female 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 5

Total 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 8

Professor. Ph.D., Michigan. Specializations: Urban Theory, Political Economy, Public Policy, Planning and Politics.

Charles E. Ellison

(513) 556-0210

charles.ellison@uc.edu

Esther Erkins

Visiting Assistant Professor. MS, Buffalo; EdD, Cincinnati. Specializations: Community Development, Ethical Issues, Community Partnerships.

Jan Marie Fritz

Professor. Ph.D., American. Specializations: Community Development, Environmental Justice, Mediation and Facilitation of Organizational and Public Policy Disputes.

CCS

(513) 556-0208

jan.fritz@uc.edu

Associate Professor. MRP, Ph.D., Cornell. Specializations: Urban and Regional Theory, International Development, Women in International Development, Planning Techniques.

Johanna W. Looye

(513) 556-0216

johanna.looye@uc.edu AICP

Michael C. Romanos 11

Total Students

Professor. MSc, Florida State; Ph.D., Cornell. Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Sustainable Development, Urban and Regional Spatial Structure, International Planning.

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

(513) 293-8156

michael.romanos@uc.edu

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Francis Penrose Russell


(513)556-3283

Assistant Professor. MArch, Harvard University. Specializations: Urban Design.

AIA

russelfp@ucemail.uc.edu AICP, ASLA

Adjunct Instructor. BSLA, Ohio State; MCP, Cincinnati. Specializations: Historic Preservation, Landscape Architecture.

Frederick Lutt

RLA

Associate Professor. BUP, Cincinnati, MLA, Harvard. Specializations: Urban Design, Physical Planning, Community Development.

Menelaos Triantafillou
(513) 556-4212

Adjunct Instructor. BUP, MCP, Cincinnati. Specializations: Community Planning, Service Learning, GIS Applications.

Beth Nagy

menelaos.triantafillou@uc.edu FAICP

David P. Varady

Adjunct Professor. MCP, Cincinnati. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Transportation Engineering

John Niehaus

PE

Professor. MCP, Ph.D., Pennsylvania. Specializations: Housing, Residential Mobility, Community Development.

Gary Powell
AICP

(513) 405-3602

david.varady@uc.edu

Adjunct Assistant Professor. JD, Cincinnati. Specializations: Planning Law and Administration

Xinhao Wang

Professor. MCP, Rhode Island; Ph.D., Pennsylvania. Specializations: Environmental Planning, GIS, Modeling.

K.D. Rex

Adjunct Instructor. MA, Iowa. Specializations: GIS, Geography

(513) 556-0497

xinhao.wang@uc.edu

Rainer vom Hofe

Associate Professor. MS, Ph.D., Cornell. Specializations: Regional Analysis, Economic Development, Quantitative Methods, Urban and Regional Economics.

Adjunct Instructor. BUP, Cincinnati. Specializations: Land Development, Real Estate, Urban Design

Paul Schirmer

(513) 556-3835

rainer.vomhofe@uc.edu

Adjunct Instructor. MCP, Cincinnati. Specializations: Land Use, Planning Practice

Jennifer Walke

Assistant Professor. MS, Ph.D., Illinois. Specializations: Participatory Planning Processes, Land Use Planning, Culutral Diversity.

Marisa Zapata

Margaret Wuerstle

marisa.zapata@uc.edu

Adjunct Instructor. BS, Worchester Polytechnic; MCP, Cincinnati. Specializations: Land Use, Planning Practice

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Eileen Crisanti
Adjunct Assistant Professor. MCP, Cincinnati. Specializations: Professional Practice in Planning

Nancy Cutler

Adjunct Instructor. MCP, Cincinnati; JD, Northern Kentucky. Specializations: Planning Law, Land Use Law

Terry Grundy

Adjunct Associate Professor. MA, Athenaeum. Specializations: Urban Lobbying, Government Relations, Community Development.

Beth Honadle

Professor of Political Science and Affiliated Professor of Planning. PhD, Syracuse (Maxwell School). Specializations: Public Policy Analysis, Economic Development, Local Government and Capacity Building. beth.honadle@uc.edu

Amy Lind

Mary Ellen Heintz Associate Professor of Women's Studies and Affiliated Associate Professor of Planning. Ph.D., Cornell. Specializations: Gender and Development, Gender and Planning, Gender and Globalization

amy.lind@uc.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER


College of Architecture and Planning
Denver, Colorado 80217 Phone (303) 556-3382 Fax (303) 556-3687 E-mail: pam.erickson@ucdenver.edu http://www.cudenver.edu/Academics/Colleges/ ArchitecturePlanning Thomas A. Clark, Chairperson Phone (303) 556-3296 E-mail: tom.clark@ucdenver.edu

B.Envd PAB

MURP PAB PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: H.S. Diploma or GED and two essays. University Mean: 3.60 Departmental Mean, 3.63 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: University Mean, 1203/26.5 Departmental Mean, 1181/26.3

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 52 Hours of Studio Courses ......................................................................... 26 Hours of Restricted Electives ................................................................. 24 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ............................................................... 18 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ......................................... 102 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 120 Thesis or Final Product ........................................................... Not required

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline ................................................................................ February 15 Financial Aid Deadline ................................................................................... April 1 In-State Tuition ........................................................................... $3,223 per semester Out-of-State Tuition ................................................................. $13,350 per semester Application Fee: ....................................................................................................$70

Various Scholarships. Eligibility Criteria: Competitive GPA/portfolio/recommendations.

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Pam Erickson (303) 556-3387 pam.erickson@ucdenver.edu

Application Deadline for Masters Program (Fall) ....................................February 15 Application Deadline for Ph.D Program ....................................................February 1 Financial Aid Deadline for Masters Program ................................................March 1 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.D Program ....................................................March 1 In-State Tuition (If enrolled for 15 credits) ................................ $4,298 per semester Out-of-State Tuition (If enrolled for 15 credits)........................$10,134 per semester Matriculation Fee: ......................................................................$115 (One-time Fee) Application Fee ...................................................................................................... $50 International Student Application Fee: ................................................................. $75 Additional International Student Fees: ..........................................$100 per semester

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Year Initiated:1971 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/2008 .......................................................... 958 Degrees Granted from 9/2007 to 8/2008 .............................................. 38

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Undergraduate Masters Doctoral

458 88 30

512 99 19

394 79 6

436 80 8

235 39 6

221 39 6

Land Use and Environmental Planning Economic and Community Development Planning Urban Place Making and Design In addition, Masters students may establish their own unique specializations with an advisors approval.
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: None. GPA: 3.0 Department, Yes, if GPA under 3.0 University, 500; Department, 550. Undergraduate Degree.

Masters Specializations

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
Bachelor of Environmental Design (B.Envd)
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Peg Gordon (303) 492-2804 peggy.gordon@colorado.edu

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Year Initiated:1970 B.Envd Degrees Granted, 1991-2008: Architecture Track ..............................................................................1,784 Design Studies Track .............................................................................367 Planning Track .......................................................................................239

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..........................................12 Hours of Restricted Concentration Electives ...........................................15 Unrestricted Electives .................................................................................9 Total Required Hours in MURP Program ...............................................51 Note: Masters Thesis may be undertaken in lieu of second studio (6 credits).

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Tuition aid and scholarships are awarded annually. Students also will find significant opportunity for paid internships and a limited number of paid research opportunities.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2008 US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 2 48 0 0 1 0 7 7

Female 0 39 1 0 1 0 6 2

Total 2 87 1 0 2 0 13 9

o A Procedure to Align the Built Environment with Ecosystem Integrity. o Mixed-Income Housing, Discourse and Debate. o Issues of Time and Place: Sustaining a Locally Based Aesthetic at the University of Colorado at Boulder 1917-2003. o Examining Community-based Collaboration in the Context of Western Public Lands and Nature Resources Management. o Building Rural Learning Regions: Innovations in the Food Production Industry o Intra-City Differentials in Urban Poverty and Slums in Nairobi, Kenya: Measurements, Determinants, Consequences, and Implications. o Power, Identity, and the Rise of Modern Architecture: From Siam to Thailand. o Bottom-Up Metropolitan Planning in Kolkata: Rhetoric vs. Reality. o America Connecting: Internet Utilization as a Predictor of Community Participation and Social Capital. o The Political Economy of Urban Public Space: A Case Study of Denver. o Influence of Current Transportation Decision Processes on Modal Outcomes: Three Colorado Case Studies.. o The Emergence and Development of the Second Home in Colorado, 1880-1940.

Sustainable and Healthy Environments History of Architecture, Landscape, and Urbanism


DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Strongly Encouraged 550: University , 575: Departmental 3.0 University; Undergraduate GPA 3.0; Graduate GPA 3.5 Departmental Requirement: Twelve hours of upper level undergraduate coursework in Architecture/Planning; 12 hours upper level undergraduate course work in Social/Behavioral Science or Environmental/ Natural Science or Engineering or Humanities. A minimum of 3 hours of undergraduate or graduate coursework in one of the following: Statistics, Mathematics, Foreign Language, or Computer Applications.

Doctoral Specializations

Total Students
*Dual degree students not included.

65

49

114**

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Design and Planning Program
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Michael Harper (303) 556-6042 Michael.T.Harper@ucdenver.edu

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .........................................................................................12 Specialization ...........................................................................................12 Minor .....................................................................................................12 Electives ...................................................................................................10 Dissertation ..............................................................................................30 TOTAL CREDITS ....................................................................................76 Exams or Written Requirements: Preliminary Examination, Comprehensive Examination, and Dissertation.

Year initiated 1997 Degrees Granted through 5/2008 .............................................................23 Degrees Granted from 9/2007 to 8/2008 ...................................................3 Recent Doctoral Dissertations o The Application of Dramatic Theory in Design Narrative: A Paradigm for Interactive Education o Historic Preservation of Urban Landscape: (With special emphasis on the Arab world). o Vulnerability to Natural Hazards: Communities at Wildfire Hazard in the Wildland Urban Interface in the Western United States. o Historic Preservation, Cultural Landscapes, and Water Resources. o Historic Preservation and Urban Redevelopment in the People's Republic of China.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

20 Tuition grants, 13 fellowships. Department participates in the NSFIGERT collaborative program in Sustainable Infrastructure at the University of Colorado Denver. Eligibility Criteria: Active student status; Competitive.

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TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2008 US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Associate Professor. BA, Wesleyan (1986); MS, Yale University (1990); PhD, University of California, Berkley (2004). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Communicative Planning and Regional Planning Frameworks.

Bruce Goldstein

Male 1 8 1 0 0 0 0 7 17

Female 1 11 0 0 1 0 1 1 15

Total 2 19 1 0 1 0 1 8

(303) 556-3382

bruce.goldstein@ucdenver.edu

Spenser Havlick (Emeritus)

Professor Emeritus. Specializations: Natural Hazards, Growth Management.

Associate Professor and Director, Ph.D. Program. BSE Northwestern University, Evanston, IL (1993); MSCE. University of Washington, Seattle, WA (2000) ; MRP University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC (1995); PhD University.of Washington, Seattle, WA (2001). Specializations: Land Use and Transportation (including walking and cycling), Planning for Healthy Communities.

Kevin Krizek

(303) 556-3282

kevin.krizek@ucdenver.edu

Professor and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. BA, Eastern Kentucky University (1965); MA, University of Cincinnati (1967); PhD, Ohio State University (1970). Specializations: Spatial Analysis, Mathematical and Quantitative Analysis, Spatial Perception, Urban Transportation Planning, Land Use Planning.

Yuk Lee

(303) 556-4232

yuk.lee@ucdenver.edu

Total Students

32

Raymond McCall

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Associate Professor. BS, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (1969); MS, Illinois Institute of Technology (1975); PhD, University of California, Berkeley (1978). Specializations: Urban Design, ComputerAided Design, and Electronic Networking.

PLANNING FACULTY
Professor. AB, Brown University (1966); MA (1969) and PhD (1975), University of Iowa. Specializations: Urban and Regional Economic Development, Growth Management, Regional Policy Development, International Planning, Planning Implementation, and Quantitative Methods.

(303) 492-7042

Mccall@colorado.edu

Thomas Clark, Chairperson

Professor Adjunct. BA, Drake University, MPA University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, JD University of Denver. Specializations: Land Use and Environmental Law.

Gilbert McNeish

Brian Muller

(303) 556-3296

tom.clark@ucdenver.edu

Ernesto Arias (Emeritus) John Barbour

Professor Emeritus. Decision Support Systems.

Associate Professor. BA, Yale University (1979); MA, University of Texas, Austin (1986); PhD, University of California, Berkeley (2000). Specializations: Land Use Modeling, Geographic Information Systems, Agricultural & Open Space Land Preservation, Regional Economic Development.

(303) 556-5967

brian.muller@ucdenver.edu

Instructor. BENVD University of Colorado; MURP and MArch, University of Colorado Denver. Specializations: Historic Heritage Districts; Historic Preservation; Urban Anthropology; Social Connectivity.

Jeremy Nmeth

(303) 492-8010

john.barbour@colorado.edu

Professor. BA. Psychology, Hunter College of New York (1972); MA Education and Child Development, Bryn Mawr College (1979); PhD Environmental Psychology, CUNY (1984). Specializations: Children and Cities; Children and Nature; and Children's Participation in Community Development.

Louise Chawla

Assistant Professor and Director, Master of Urban Design Program. BA, UC Berkeley (2000), MS Building and Urban Design, University College London, PhD Rutgers University (2007). Specializations: Urban Design and Public Policy, Urban Public Spaces, Urban Security Planning. (303) 556-3688 jeremy.nemeth@ucdenver.edu

Korkut Onaran

Assistant Professor Adjunct. BArch and MArch, Middle East Technical University, Ankara; PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Specializations: Urban Design, Design Review, Legal Aesthetics.

(303) 492- 5228

louise.chawla@colorado.edu

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Peter Park

Associate Professor, and Manager, Department of Community Development and Planning, City of Denver. BS, Arizona State University, MArch, MUP, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Specializations: Urban Design Economics and Planning, Comprehensive Planning, Formbased Code, and Planning Administration.

Cindy Brown

Lecturer. BA Political Science & International Affairs, University of Colorado at Boulder, Planner, City of Boulder Housing Partners. Specializations: Housing Policy and Practices, Community Housing Practices, Real World Planning.

(303) 556-3479

park-cu@comcast.net

Dale Case

Thomas Ragonetti

Professor Adjunct. AB and MRP, Cornell University; JD, Harvard University. Specializations: Landscape & Site Design, Planning Practice.

Lecturer. AIC, BA Public Administration concentration in Urban Affairs and Administration, Miami University, Oxford Ohio, MUPDD Master of Planning, Design and Development, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University, Chief Planner, Boulder County Specializations: Public Policy and Planning, Comprehensive Planning.

Professor. B.Arch, Middle East Technical Institute (1971); MS Arch (1972) and PhD (1977), Pennsylvania State University. Specializations: Urban Design, Design Review, Planning Theory & Methods, Research Methodology, Environmental Aesthetics, and International Planning.

Fahriye Sancar

Jim Charlier

Lecturer. BS, Iowa State University, MS Iowa State University. Specializations: Urban Transportation Planning

(303) 492-7497

sancar@colorado.edu

Raymond Studer, Jr. (Emeritus)

Professor Emeritus. Specializations: Planning Methods, Planning Design and Management Systems.

Lecturer. AA, State University of New York; BS, Colorado State University; MPA, University of Colorado, Denver; MURP, University of Colorado Denver. Specialization: Natural Resources Planning and Management.

Robert Finch

Will Toor

Michael Harper

Professor Adjunct, and Former Chair, Denver Regional COG, and Former Mayor, City of Boulder. BS, Carnegie-Mellon University; MS, University of Chicago; PhD, University of Chicago. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Transportation Planning, and Metropolitan Planning.

Senior Instructor. BS, Colorado School of Mines; MS, University of Tulsa; PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Specializations: Project Management, Decisions Modeling, Operations Research.

Emmett Haywood

Willem Van Vliet

Professor, and Director, Center for Research and Design: Children, Youth and Environments. Doctorandus, Amsterdam (1976); PhD, University of Toronto (1989). Specializations: Housing, Environment & Behavior, Children and Youth, Neighborhood Planning, International Development and Planning.

Lecturer. BA, Kansas State University; MRCP, University of Oklahoma. Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning, and Race/ Ethnicity and Planning.

Kenneth Hoagland

(303) 492-5015

willem@colorado.edu

Lecturer. BA, Doane College; MRP, University of Massachusetts. Specializations: Public Finance and Fiscal Planning, Real Estate Development.

Senior Instructor and Associate Chair. BS (Education), University of Wisconsin, Whitewater; MA (Applied Geography), Southwest Texas State University; MA (Psychology), City University of New York; PhD (Environmental Psychology), City University of New York. Specializations: Community Development, Participation and Environmental Psychology.

Pamela Wridt

Ellen Ittelson

Lecturer. BA, University of Wisconsin-Madison; MA, University of New Mexico. Specializations: Comprehensive Planning and Downtown Revitalization.

(303) 556-3472

pamela.wridt@ucdenver.edu

Lecturer. MURP, University of Colorado Denver. Specializations: Physical Planning, Urban Economics, and Real Estate Market Analysis.

Edward Kamp

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Gideon Berger
Lecturer. B.A. Communications. American University, MCP University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Transit Oriented Development/ Infill, Community Development, Economic Development, and Communications, Living Streets.

Kevin Puccio

Lecturer. BS, University of Florida; MURP, University of Colorado Denver; M. Urban Design, University of Colorado Denver. Specializations: New urbanism, Project Management.

Ken Schroeppel

Graham Billingsley

Lecturer. Past President, American Institute of Certified Planners, and former Director, Boulder County Land Use Department. BA Planning, University of Cincinnatti, ACIP, Land Use Manager, Boulder County. Specializations: Progressive Land Use Policy.

Lecturer. BS, Ferris State University; MURP, University of Colorado Denver. Specializations: Urban Renewal andBlight Studies, Downtown Planning, Urban Redevelopment & Revitalization, Transit-Oriented Development.

James Spensley

Lecturer. JD George Washington University. Specializations: Transportation Law and Environmental Consulting.

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Daniel Strammiello

Lecturer. BA, Trinity College; MA, George Washington University. Specializations: Real Estate Development.

James van Hemert

Lecturer, President, Colorado Chapter of the APA, and Executive Director, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute, Strum College of Law, University of Denver. BA, Calvin College, MA (Regional Planning) University of Waterloo, MA Social Science, Azusa Pacific University. Specializations: Land Use Planning, Community Health Planning.

FYI
The University of Colorado is a three-campus system with four locations: the University of Colorado Denvers downtown Denver campus and Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, plus UC Boulder and UC Colorado Springs. More than 55,000 undergraduate and graduate students currently pursue studies on these UC campuses. The UC System is ranked sixth among public institutions in federal research expenditures by the National Science Foundation ($661 million overall in FY08). Of this well over half is generated at the University of Colorado Denver. Academic prestige is evidenced in the Systems four Nobel laureates, seven MacArthur Fellows, 18 alumni astronauts and 19 Rhodes Scholars. For more information about all three CU campuses, visit www.cu.edu. The College of Architecture and Planning, one of the largest in North America, accommodates upwards of 1500 students, served by nearly 45 full-time faculty members and a substantial number of honorarium faculty affiliates. The BEnvd Degree offers emphases in architecture, planning and design studies, and is offered on the Boulder campus. BEnvd (Planning) graduates achieve advanced standing in our graduate MURP Program. Graduate professional Masters Programs offered by the College on the Downtown Denver Campus in addition to the MURP, include the MArch, MLA, and MUD. Master of Historic Preservation is pending as of 6/10/09. The MURP Degree, moreover, can be paired with all the other Masters Programs offered by the College, and formal Dual Degree relationships also exist with Public Affairs (MURP/MPA), Business (MURP/MBA), and Law (MURP/ JD), and Public Health (MURP/MPH, pending as of 6/10/09). The Ph.D. Program in Design and Planning draws from the extensive strengths of the UC System, and a Certificate Program in Historic Preservation is available, involving all departments. Opportunities for multi-disciplinary work abound and a remarkable number of diverse environmental settings reside close at hand, offering a rich mix of practice contexts. The College's four Centers afford additional opportunities for qualified students: Center for Sustainable Urbanism; Children, Youth and Environments: Center for Research and Design; Center for Preservation Research; and the Colorado Center for Community Development. During 2005-7 the Department of Planning and Design faculty published five books, 33 refereed articles and 25 book chapters while editing three major scholarly ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 15th Edition | Page 169 journals: Progress in Planning (Elsevier), Children, Youth and Environments (online), and Journal of Transport and Land Use (online). With colleagues in three campus units its members were central in the campus securing an NSF IGERT grant for doctoral study in Sustainable Infrastructure for $3.2 million. the Department of Planning and Design has entered an MOU with the Seoul Metropolitan Government to train its senior planning staff. The college maintains strong international ties including those with a women's School of Architecture in Saudi Arabia (Dar Al-Hekman College), Tongji University (China), the UN Habitat Programs in Nairobi, Kenya and others. The NSF IGERT(PhD) program in Sustainable Infrastructure partners with researchers in Mumbai, India. Applications to the MURP are at an all-time high for Fall 2009. An entering class of 80 is anticipated. Applications originate from throughout the U.S., and from many other nations.

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE
School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy
184 Graham Hall Newark, Delaware 19716 Phone (302) 831-1687 Fax (302) 831-3296 www.udel.edu/suapp Maria P. Aristigueta, Director E-mail: suapp@udel.edu

MA/MS

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 1000 (M+V) 213 Not Required No Requirements

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program .......................................... July 1 Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D program.............................................. July 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program...............................February 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D Program ...................................February 1 Tuition ........................................................................................ $11,120 per semester International Tuition .................................................................. $11,120 per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................................$60 Additional Fees .............................................................................. $356 per semester

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................12 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................6 Other ...........................................................................................................3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................36 Exams or Written Requirements .................................................................3

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition awards: Eligibility criteria:

Each student is considered for financial assistance. Merit

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


MA in UAPP PhD in UAPP 140 61 85 42

Accepted
24 8 25 8

Enrolled
24 8 23 8

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Male 0 10 2 0 1 0 0 1

Female 1 29 5 0 2 0 1 0

Total 1 39 7 0 3 0 1 1

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Arts in Urban Affairs and Public Policy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Danilo Yanich, Ph.D., Program Director (302) 831-1710 dyanich@udel.edu

Year Initiated: 1971 Degrees Granted through 8/31/08...........................................................283 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................16

Urban and Regional Planning; Historic Preservation; Energy; Environment & Equity; Community Development and Nonprofit Leadership

Masters Specializations

Total Students

14

38

52

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban Affairs and Public Policy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Danilo Yanich, Ph.D., Program Director (302) 831-1710 dyanich@udel.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 0 9 4 0 5 0 1 8

Female 0 9 7 0 7 0 0 8

Total 0 18 11 0 12 0 1 16

Year initiated 1971 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2008......................................................123 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2008 ...........................................5 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 1. An Exploratory Study of School Climate and Student Behavior in Thirteen Delaware Public Elementary Schools 2. A Poverty of Information: Public Health and the Local Television News 3. Stress and Farming-An Unsustainable Relationship 4. Intergenerational Human Service Delivery in the Formal Care Industry: A Case Study 5. The Catholic Church and Urban Revitalization: A Case Study of the Office for Community Development of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia

Governance, Planning and Management, Social and Urban Policy, Technology, Environment and Society
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

Doctoral Specializations

Total Students

27

31

58

Masters degree from an accredited institution 3.5 in previous Masters work 1100 213 No Requirements

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
David L. Ames
Professor. Ph.D., Clark. Specializations: Historic Preservation, Urban Geography, Urban and Regional Planning.

FAICP/AICP

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................15 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................18 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................0 Other ...........................................................................................................9 Total Required Hours in Program............................................................ 42 Thesis or Final Product: .............................................. Dissertation required

(302) 831-1050

davames@udel.edu

Steven Peuquet

Associate Professor. Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (1995). Specializations: Community Development, Housing and Neighborhood Planning.

(302) 831-1689

speuquet@udel.edu

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition awards:

Each student is considered for financial assistance. Merit

Professor. Ph.D., UCLA (1964). Specializations: Urban and Regional Government, Telecommunications & Information, Urban Planning and Development, Cultural Theory.

Robert Warren

(302) 831-1686

rwarren@udel.edu

Eligibility criteria:

Margaret Wilder

Professor. Ph.D., University of Michigan (1983). Specializations: Community Development Policy and Organizations, Economic Development Policy & Planning, Housing Problems and Policy, Race, Gender and Economic Mobility.

(302) 831-6294

mwilder@udel.edu

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OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


John Byrne
Professor. Ph.D., University of Delaware. Specializations: Energy Planning, Environmental Planning, Political Economy.

Edward Ratledge

Associate Professor. MA, University of Delaware. Specializations: Computer Applications.

(302) 831-1684

ratledge@udel.edu

(302) 831-8405

jbbyrne@udel.edu

Rebecca Sheppard

Karen Curtis

Assistant Professor. PhD, University of Delaware. Specializations: Historic Preservation Planning, Landscape/Site Design.

Associate Professor. Ph.D., Temple (1984). Specializations: Community Development, Economic Development Planning, Social Policy/Human Services.

(302) 831-3625

rjshep@udel.edu

(302) 831-6854

kacurtis@udel.edu

Young-Doo Wang

Professor. Ph.D., University of Delaware (1980). Specializations: Energy Planning, Environmental Planning.

Kathryn Denhardt

(302) 831-1706

youngdoo@udel.edu

Professor. Ph.D., University of Kansas. Specializations: Collaborative Decision Making and Conflict Resolution, Politics and Governance, Human Resources Management, Ethics in Public Service.

(302) 831-3264

kgden@udel.edu AICP

Associate Professor. Ph.D.. Specializations: Quantitative Methods, Social Policy/Human Services.

Danilo Yanich

(302) 831-1710

dyanich@udel.edu

Adjunct Professor. MA, New York University. Specializations: Land Use/ Growth Management, Planning Practice.

David Hugg

FYI

Raheemah Jabbar-Bey
(302) 831-8564

Assistant Professor. MA, University of New Hampshire. Specializations: Economic Development Planning.

jabbarra@udel.edu

Janet Johnson

Associate Professor. Ph.D., Cornell University (1979). Specializations: Environmental Policy, State and Local Government, Research Methods.

Jonathan Justice

Associate Professor. Ph.D., Rutgers. Specializations: Urban Policy and Administration, Financial Management.

(302) 831-1682

justice@udel.edu

Jerome Lewis

Associate Professor. Ph.D., New York University. Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management, Politics and Governance.

(302) 831-1709

jlewis@udel.edu

Instructor. M.Ed., West Chester University. Specializations: Land Use Planning, Growth Management, Infrastructure/Community Facilities, Natural Resources Protection.

Edward ODonnell

(302) 831-4928

troutbum@udel.edu

David Racca

Instructor. MA, University of Delaware. Specializations: Computer Applications, GIS.

(302) 831-1698

dracca@udel.edu

Jeffrey Raffel

Messick P. Professor of Public Administration. Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1972). Specializations: Urban Management, Educational Planning, Policy Analysis.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Department of Urban and Regional Planning

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

College of Design, Construction and Planning Room 431 Architecture Building P.O. Box 115706, Gainesville, Florida 32611-5706 Phone (352) 392-0997 Fax (352) 392-3308 http//:www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp Zhong-Ren Peng, Ph.D., Department Chair Email: zpeng@dcp.ufl.edu

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.00 1000 (verbal minimum 320) 213/550/80 Not Required Letter of intent, 3 letters of recommendation, transcript(s)

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ..................................................................................... 25-28 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................52 Exams or Written Requirements ........................................................ Thesis

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2008-09 for Masters program .................N/A Early application ............................................................................................................... recommended Admission Deadline 2008-09 for Ph.D program.....................................February 1st Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 for Masters program.............N/A Early application ............................................................................................................... recommended Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 for Ph.D program ................................February 1st In-State Tuition and Fees ........................................................ $3,288 (9) credit hours Out-of-State Tuition and Fees................................................. $9,351 (9) credit hours Application Fee ...................................................................................................... $30 Additional Fees ...................................................................................................varies

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition awards: Eligibility criteria:

Research Assistantships and Stipends. Graduate Student at University of Florida.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters Doctoral* 73 38 78 -

Accepted
52 21 62 -

Enrolled
25 9 29 -

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Male 6 26 3 1 0 0 0 3

Female 3 32 1 0 0 0 0 4

Total 9 58 4 1 0 0 0 7

*College of Design, Construction, and Planning

MASTERS DEGREE
Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Richard Schneider, Professor and Graduate Coordinator (352) 392-0997 ext 430 rschnei@ufl.edu

Year Initiated: 1975 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................500 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................14

DEPARTMENT: Growth Management and Transportation; Housing and Community Development; Information Technology for Planning; International Planning; Urban Design COLLEGE: Certificate in Historic Preservation, Sustainable Development UNIVERSITY: University Concentration in Geographic Information Sciences

Masters Specializations

Total Students

39

40

79

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Design, Construction and Planning with a concentration in Urban and Regional Design
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Andrew Wehle, Doctoral Coordinator (352) 392-4826 ext 301 wehleaj@ufl.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 9 (0) 5 (2) 0 0 0 0 0 14 (3)

Female 1 (1) 6 (1) 1 0 0 0 0 6 (3)

Total 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 20

Year initiated 1988 ............................................................ DCP ........... URP Degrees Granted through 8/31/2007..................................... 51 .................9 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2005 to 8/31/06 ............................ 5 .................1 Dissertations Granted from 8/31/06 to 8/31/09 .................... 10 .................3

Urban and Regional Planning, Building Construction, Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape, Architecture
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

Doctoral Specializations

3.0 1000 213/550/80 Statement of Intent and 3 letters of recommendation.

Total Students
Hours of Core ...........................................................................................10 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........................................N/A Hours of Restricted Electives ................................................................N/A Hours of Unrestricted Electives .............................................................N/A Other .........................................................................................................50 Total Required Hours in Program...................60+30 from Masters degree Thesis or Final Product ........................Written and Oral Qualifying Exams Dissertation Required

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

19 (5)

13 (5)

32 (10)

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.
URP students in parenthesis

PLANNING FACULTY
Ilir Bejleri
Associate Professor, BArch (1987), Ph.D. (1994), University of Tirana, Albania. Specializations: Urban Design, Urban Simulation, Information Technology for Planning. www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition awards: Eligibility criteria:

Research Assistantships and Stipends. Graduate Student at University of Florida.

(352) 392-0997

ilir@ufl.edu

Andres Blanco

Assistant Professor. B.A. (1999), M.S. (2005), Universidad de los Andes, Bogota`, Colombia. Ph.D. Candidate, Cornell University. Specializations: Urban Economics, Local Economics Development, Urban Public Finance. www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

(352) 392-0997

agblanco@ufl.edu

Assistant Professor, BCE (1994) Georgia Tech; Master (2000) University of Oregon; Ph.D (2009) Georgia Tech. Specializations: Ecosystem management, regional sustainability, Collaborative planning and policy making, alternative dispute resolution, water resources and aquatic/coastal ecosystems, children and youth participation in planning. www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

Kathryn Frank

(352) 392-0997

Kathryn.frank@gatech.edu

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Dawn Jourdan

Assistant Professor. BS (1996), Bradley University; J.D./MUP (2000), University of Kansas; Ph.D. (2004), Florida State University Specializations: Planning Law, Housing Law, Growth Management Law. www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

Paul Zwick (Associate Dean)

(352) 392-0997

dawnjourdan@dcp.ufl.edu AICP

Professor. BS (1979), Florida Technological University; MAURP (1981), Ph.D. (1985), University of Florida. Specializations: Planning Information and Analysis, Land Use Analysis and Modeling and Environmental Planning. www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

Kristin Larsen

(352) 392-0997

pdzwick@ufl.edu

Associate Professor. BS (1986), MAURP (1990), University of Florida, Ph.D. (2001), Cornell. Specializations: Planning History, Housing, Historic Preservation. www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


John Alexander
Emeritus Professor

(352) 392-0997

klarsen@ufl.edu AICP

Stanley Latimer

Assistant In: BS (1976), University of Georgia; MAURP (1982), MS (1983), University of Florida. Specializations: Information Technology for Planning, Global Positioning Systems www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

Claude Boles

(352) 392-0997

latimer@geoplan.ufl.edu AICP

Director, Center for Building Better Communities. BCE (1966), Auburn University; MCP (1969, MS (1969), Georgia Institute of Technology. Specializations: Planning Administration, Growth Management, and Comprehensive Planning www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

FAICP

Joseli Macedo

(352) 392-0997

gboles@ufl.edu

Assistant Professor. BA (1985), Universidade Federal de Parana; MCP (1992) University of Cincinnati; Ph.D (2000) University of Florida. Specializations: Urban Design, International Planning. www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

(352) 392-0997

joseli@ufl.edu

Zhong-Ren Peng (Chair)

Emeritus Professor. BA (1965), MA (1967), University of Miami, Florida; Ph.D. (1970), University of Illinois. Specializations: Impact Fees, Land Economics www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

James Nicholas

Professor. BS (1983), Central China Normal University; MS (1986), Graduate School of the University of Science and Technology of China; MS (1994), Ph.D. (1994), Portland State University. Specializations: Transportation, Information Technology for Planning, International Planning. www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

jcnicholas@msn.com

Earl Starnes

Emeritus Professor. BA, Architecture; MA, Planning; Ph.D., Planning. Specializations: State Planning www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

FAICP

(352) 392-0997

zpeng@dcp.ufl.edu AICP

estarnes@ufl.edu

Richard Schneider

Orjan Wetterqvist

Professor. BA (1968), MA (1973), CURP (1975), and Ph.D. (1981), University of Florida. Specializations: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, Conflict Resolution. www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

Emeritus Professor. MA, Architecture (1958), Royal Institute of Technology. Specializations: City Design, Architecture, City Planning in Salubrious Conjunction, Theoretically and in Practice

AICP

(352) 392-0997

rschnei@ufl.edu FAICP

Christopher Silver (Dean)

Professor. BA (1973) St. Lawrence University, MA (1975) and Ph.D. (1981) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; MURP (1979) Virginia Commonwealth University. Specializations: History of Urban and Regional Planning, International Development Planning, Community Development, Comparative International Perspective, Urban History. www.dcp.ufl.edu

FYI
RESEARCH CENTERS AND INSTITUTES
Preservation Institute of Nantucket - PIN (College of DCP) Geographic Facilities Information Center - GeoPlan Center (URP) Center for Building Better Communities (URP) Center for Health and the Built Environment (URP) Center for Tropical Architecture TROPARC (College of DCP) Paris Research Center (UF) Shimberg Center for Housing Studies

(352) 392-4836

silver2@dcp.ufl.edu

Ruth Steiner

Associate Professor. BA (1979), Lawrence University; MBA (1982), University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; MCP (1988), Ph.D. (1996), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Growth Management, Transportation, Environmental Impact Assessment, Health and the Built Environment. www.dcp.ufl.edu/urp

(352) 392-0997

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
Urban and Regional Planning
2424 Maile Way, Saunders107 Honolulu, Hawaii 96822 Phone (808) 956-7381 Fax (808) 956-6870 http://www.durp.hawaii.edu Dolores Foley, Department Chair Phone: (808) 956-2780 E-mail: dolores@hawaii.edu

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 1100 500/173 University/ 550 Department Not Required

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program .............................March 1, 2010 Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D program.................................March 1, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program.........................April 15, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Ph.D Program .............................April 15, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees 2009-10 ............................................$3,348 per semester* Out-of-State Tuition and Fees....................................................$8,082 per semester* Application Fee ......................................................................................................$60 Additional Fees ......................................................................... $209.70 per semester *Based on 9 credits

Hours of Core .............................................................................................9 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................21 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................42 Thesis Exam or Final Product ..........Thesis or area of concentration paper

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition awards:

Tuition Waiver (12) East West Center Scholarship, etc. Academic achievement

Eligibility criteria:

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters Doctoral 52 10 49 9

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Accepted
35 7 41 4

Enrolled
25 3 17 2

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Male 0 11 0 0 3 0 3 17 34

Female 0 7 0 1 6 0 1 10 25

Total 0 18 0 1 9 0 4 27

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dolores Foley, Chair (808) 956-2780 dolores@hawaii.edu

Year Initiated: 1973 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 12/31/08.........................................................368 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................25

Community Planning and Social Policy, Development Planning in Asia and the Pacific, Environmental Planning and Natural Resource Management, Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Planning

Masters Specializations

Total Students

59

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dolores Foley, Chair (808) 956-2780 dolores@hawaii.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 0 5 0 0 1 1 0 8

Female 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 6

Total 0 11 0 2 1 1 0 14

Year Initiated 2002 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2008..........................................................3 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2008 ...........................................3 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2002 to 8/31/2008 ...................................3

Community Planning and Social Policy, Development Planning in Asia and the Pacific, Environmental Planning and Natural Resource Management, Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Planning

Doctoral Specializations

DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Departmental Requirement: Minimum GRE:

If English is not the native language, TOEFL score of 500/173 University 600/250 Department 3.5 GPA 1100

Total Students

15

14

29

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core .............................................................................................6 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................3 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................6 Total Required Hours in Program............................................................ 15 Thesis or Final Product Comprehensive written exam on Planning Theory; Planning Methods plus Dissertation Defense. Professor. BA, UCLA (1976); MA, Hawaii (1968); Ph.D., UCLA (1982). Specializations: Asia Pacific Urbanization, Regional and Rural Development in Asia, Urban Environmental Management, Globalization and Local Development.

Michael Douglass

(808) 956-6866

michaeld@hawaii.edu AICP

Peter Flachsbart

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition Awards:

Associate Professor. BSCE, Washington (1966); MS (1968) and Ph.D. (1971), Northwestern. Specializations: Planning Methods and Models, Environmental Planning, Land Use Planning, Energy Policy & Urban Transportation Planning.

Tuition Waiver (12) East West Center Scholarship, etc. Academic achievement

(808) 956-8684

flachsbarp001@hawaii.rr.edu

Dolores Foley

Eligibility Criteria:

Associate Professor. BA, Pennsylvania State (1967); MPA, Cal State (1981); Ph.D., USC (1989). Specializations: Community Planning, Social Policy, Citizen Participation, Community Development.

(808) 956-2780

dolores@hawaii.edu

Karl Kim

Professor and Chair. AB, Brown (1979); Ph.D., MIT (1987). Specializations: Planning Theory, Planning Methods, Transportation and Infrastructure Planning, Tourism Planning.

(808) 956-6865

karlk@hawaii.edu

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Assistant Professor. B.Arch, School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India (1996); MLA, Pennsylvania State University (2000); ABD, UCLA. Specializations: Urban Development, Basic Environmental Services and Governance in South Asia, Design and Planning of the Built Environment.

Priyam Das

Linda Cox

Specialist. BS, HITAHR (1976); MS, Montana (1978); Ph.D., Texas A&M (1982). Specializations: Agricultural and Resource Economics.

(808) 956-7602

lcox@hawaii.edu

(808) 956-5367

priyam@hawaii.edu

Jonathan D. Gross

Reg Kwok

Professor of Geography. BA (1982), Oxford; PhD (1990), Kentucky. Specialization: Urbanization, Cultural Geography, Urban Environmental Management.

Professor. MS, Polytechnic London (1963). Specializations: Development in Asia, Urbanization in China, Spatial Development and Urban Design.

(808) 956-7375

jgross@hawaii.edu

(808) 956-6867

rkwok@hawaii.edu

Kem Lowry

Associate Professor, Matsunaga Institute for Peace. BA (1966), Coe College; MA (1982), PhD (1995), Hawaii. Specialization: Congressional War Powers, Humanitarian Intervention, and Terrorism.

Brien Hallett

Professor. BA, Washburn (1964); MA (1973) and Ph.D. (1976), Hawaii. Specializations: Evaluation Research, Coastal Zone Management, Alternative Dispute Resolution.

(808) 956-4236

bhallett@hawaii.edu

(808) 956-6868

lowry@hawaii.edu

Bruce Houghton

Professor. DottArch., Polytechnical Milano (1966); MUP, Washington (1969). Specializations: Comparative Urbanism, Settlement and Community Planning, Environmental and Land Use Planning, Pacific Islands Planning.

Luciano Minerbi

AICP

Macdonald Professor of Volcanology. BSc, University of Auckland (1971); Ph.D., University of Otago, Dunedin (New Zealand) (1977). Specializations: Quantifying the processes involved in explosive volcanic eruptions and understanding the patterns of behavior of erupting volcanoes.

(808) 956-2561

bhought@soest.hawaii.edu

(808) 956-6869

luciano@hawaii.edu

James Spencer

Assistant Professor. BA, Amherst College (1990); MEM, Yale University (1995); Ph.D., UCLA (2002). Specializations: Political Economy and Regional Development, Urban Labor Markets, Environmental Management, Community Development.

Associate Professor. BA, Florida International College (1971); JD, Mississippi (1981); LLM, Washington (1985). Specializations: Environmental Law, Ocean Law, Legal Writing.

Casey Jarman

(808) 956-5569

jarman@hawaii.edu

(808) 956-8928

jhs@hawaii.edu

Karen Umemoto

Associate Professor. BS, San Francisco State (1983); MA, UCLA (1989); Ph.D., MIT (1998). Specializations: Community Planning, CommunityBased Development, Social Policy Planning, Race and Ethnic Relations.

Assistant Landscape Specialist in Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences in CTAHR. BS (1992), MLA U of Arizona; MS (2000), Iowa State; PhD (2003) Washington State. Specialization: Environment-Behavior and Environmental Psychology.

Andrew Kaufman

(808) 956-7383

kumemoto@hawaii.edu

(808) 956-7958

kaufmana@hawaii.edu

Nancy Lewis

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Denise Antolini
Associate Professor of Law and Director of Environmental Law Program. AB (1982), Princeton; MPP (1985), JD (1986), UC Berkeley. Specializations: Environmental Law and Policy.

Professor of Geography. AB (1968), MA (1974), MA (1976), PhD (1981), UC Berkeley. Specialization: Geography and Health and Disease, Marine Resource Utilization and Management, and Women in Development.

(808) 944-7245

nlewis@hawaii.edu

Mary Grace McDonald

(808) 956-6238

antolini@hawaii.edu

Kudo Professor. BA, De Paul (1965); JD, Michigan (1968); LLM, Nottingham (2069). Specializations: Land Use Management and Control, Intergovernmental Relations.

David Callies

Associate Professor of Geography. BA (1981), Oberlin; MA (1985), PhD (1990), UC Berkeley. Specialization: Agricultural Change, Social Theory and Political Geography.

(808) 956-7016

mcdonald@hawaii.edu

Davianna P. McGregor

(808) 956-6550

dcallies@hawaii.edu

William Chapman

Professor. BA, University of Virginia (1971); MS, Columbia University (1978); Ph.D., Oxford (1982). Specializations: Historic Preservation.

Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies. Bed (1972), BA (1973), 5-Yr Certificate (1973), MA (1979), PhD (1990), Hawaii. Specialization: Land Use and Management Related to Indigenous Communities, Indigenous Rights, Cultural Resource Mapping, Natural Resource Management, and Cultural Impact Studies.

(808) 956-8826

wchapman@hawaii.edu

(808) 956-7068

davianna@hawaii.edu

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Lawrence Nitz

Professor. BA, Michigan (1963); MA (1965) and Ph.D. (1969), Michigan State. Specializations: Public Policy, Political Economics.

(808) 956-8665

lnitz@hawaii.edu

Deane Neubauer

Emeritus Executive Director of Globalization Research Networks. BA (1962), UC Riverside; MA (1965), PhD (1966), Yale. Specialization: Political Analysis, Policy Discourse, Alternative Economic Development and Political Economic in Hawaii.

(808) 944-7599

deanen@hawaii.edu

Norman H. Okamura

Specialist in SSRI. BA (1974), Loyola Marymount; MA (1975), PhD (1980), Hawaii. Specialization: Environmental Planning, Land Use Information, Zone Management and Information Systems

(808) 956-2909

norman@tipg.net

Professor. BE, Youngstown State (1969); MS (1971) and Ph.D. (1974), Carnegie-Mellon. Specializations: Transportation Engineering and Design.

C.S. Papacostas

(808) 956-6538

csp@hawaii.edu

Krisna Suryanata

Associate Professor. Sarjana Soil Science, Indonesia (1978); MA, Hawaii (1985); Ph.D., UC Berkeley (1994). Specializations: Political Ecology, Agro-Food Systems, Rural Development, Community-Based Resource Management.

(808) 956-7384

krisnawa@hawaii.edu

Brian Szuster

Associate Professor of Geography. BS (1986), U of Alberta; MA (1992), Simon Fraser U; PhD (2001), U of Victoria. Specialization: Coastal Land Conservation and the Impact of Human Development Activities.

(808) 956-7345

szuster@hawaii.edu

Associate Professor of Area Health Education. BA (1983), Harvard; MD (1987), Illinois, MPH (1996), Hawaii. Specialization: Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance

Seiji Yamada

(808) 692-1069

seiji@hawaii.edu

Raymond Yeh

Dean, Arch. BSj (1965), BArch. (1967), Oregon; MArch., Minnesota (1969). Specializations: Architectural and Urban Design.

(808) 956-3469

yeh@hawaii.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO
Graduate Program in Bioregional Planning & Community Design
PO Box 442481 Moscow, Idaho 83844-2481 Phone (208) 885-7448 Fax (208) 885-9428 www.bioregionalplanning.uidaho.edu Steven J. Hollenhorst, Program Director Phone (208) 885-5472 E-mail: stevenh@uidaho.edu

MA/MS

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy:

Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Other University Requirements:

Departmental Requirement:

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline for Masters program ..........Up to August 1st for Fall Semester Up to September 1st for Spring Semester, Up to May 1st for Summer Term Admission Deadline for Ph.D program ............................................................... N/A Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program ..........................................February 1st Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.D Program .......................................................... N/A In-State Tuition and Fees ............................................................ $3,278 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees..................................................... $8,318 per semester Application Fee ............................................. $55 for domestic, $60 for international

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Bachelors degree from a College or University accredited by a regional accrediting association. 3.0 GRE Required, No minimum stated 525 Departmental Requirement Not Required Resume/Curriculum Vitae, three letters of recommendation, official copies of all college transcripts, and a detailed written statement of academic and career goals/ objectives. Area of Emphasis Selection Form (available at http://www. students.uidaho.edu/default. aspx?pid=24732)

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied 08/09 09/10 14 16 Accepted 08/09 09/10 14 10 Enrolled 08/09 09/10 14 9

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 15 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................................ 8 Hours of Restricted Electives .................................................................. 15 Hours of Specialization Electives .............................................................. 9 Thesis ......................................................................................................... 0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................ 47 Exams or Written Requirements .........Project thesis with oral presentation

Tuition Awards: Eligibility Criteria:

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Research Assistantships Available Academic

Masters

Total Students Enrolled for 2009-2010: 18

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Dont Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Female 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 Total 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 1 13

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Bioregional Planning and Community Design
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Steven J. Hollenhorst, Program Director (208) 885-5472 stevenh@uidaho.edu

Year Initiated: 2008 In process of satisfying accreditation requirements Degrees Granted through 8/31/09............................................................. 1 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 .................................................. 5 Total Graduates to date ............................................................................. 6

Regional Planning and Multi-jurisdictional Governance,Community and Bioregional Design, Community and Economic Development, Transportation and Sustainable Infrastructure, GIS and Spatial Analysis.
Students may also respond to emerging trends by defining their own specialization in consultation with both their major professor and the faculty who specialize in the area of interest.

Masters Specializations

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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PLANNING FACULTY
Gary Austin
Associate Professor Department of Landscape Architecture. B.A. California State University (1977), M.L.A. California State Polytechnic University (1981). Specializations: Landscape Architectural History, Urban Design, Landscape Architecture Construction. http://www.webpages.uidaho.edu/~gaustin/

Lorie Higgins

Assistant Professor Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology. B.A. University of Montana (1989), M.A. Washington State University (1993), Ph.D. Washington State University (2001). Specializations: Rural Communities and Natural Resource Decision Making. http://www.cals.uidaho.edu/aers/p_fac_higgins.htm

(208) 885-9717

higgins@uidaho.edu

(208) 885-7117

gaustin@uidaho.edu

Steven J. Hollenhorst, Ph.D.

Rula Awwad-Rafferty, Ph. D.

Associate Professor Department of Landscape Architecture. B.S. Architecture Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan (1985), M.A. Architecture University of Idaho (1990), Ph.D. Washington State University (1995). Specializations: Environment and behavior interaction; Factors affecting quality of life in the built environment: physical, cultural, social, and psychological; Culture and resettlement: resettlement of cultural groups, elderly, health care applications, and military; Adaptive reuse applications and community building; Sense of place: place attachment and identity; conflict and place, security and place attachment; Vernacular architecture; Interdisciplinary design education; Experiential approaches to understanding the physical and metaphorical parameters of interior spaces; Studio applications. http://www.bioregionalplanning.uidaho.edu/people.aspx

Professor of Protected Area Policy, Adjunct Professor of Environmental Science. B.S. University of Oregon (1982), M.S. University of Oregon (1983), Ph.D., Ohio State University (1987). Specializations: Protected Area Policy http://www.cnrhome.uidaho.edu/default.aspx?pid=70568

(208) 885- 5472

stevenh@uidaho.edu

Mark Hoversten

Professor, Dean College of Art and Architecture. B.L.A. University of Minnesota (1976), B.F.A. University of Minnesota (1980), M.A. University of New Mexico (1981), M.F.A. University of Iowa (1983), Ph.D. Candidate, Lincoln University. Specializations: Site Design, Land Planning and Public Policy. http://www.bioregionalplanning.uidaho.edu/people.aspx

(208) 885-6832

rulaa@uidaho.edu

(208) 885-5423

hoverstm@uidaho.edu PE

Assistant Professor of Child, Family, and Consumer Studies. B.S. University of Minnesota (1986), M.S. University of Idaho (1995), Ph.D. University of Idaho (2005). Specializations: Family Resource Management, Work-Life Issues, Housing, Retail and Commercial Property Management. www.agls.uidaho.edu/fcs/students/FL.htm

Nancy Deringer, Ph. D.

Michael Kyte, Ph.D.

Professor of Transportation Engineering. B.S. UCLA (1970), M.S.C.E. University of California, Berkeley (1972), Ph.D. University of Iowa (1986). Specialization: Traffic Operations, Highway Capacity, Video Based Traffic Detection, Transportation Engineering Education and Training. http://www.webs1.uidaho.edu/mkyte/

(208) 885-7264

deringer@uidaho.edu

(208) 885-6002

mkyte@uidaho.edu

Raymond Dezzani, Ph. D.

Tamara Laninga, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor Department of Geography. B.A. University of California, Berkeley (1981), M.S. California State University (1984), Ph. D. University of California, Riverside (1996). Specializations: Spatial statistics (Markov random field models, local stochastic estimation, Markov transition). Stochastic diffusion processes, GIS, global and regional economic inequality measurement and world systems theory, geographic trade models, spatial models in landscape genetics, and wildfire propagation models. http://www.scihome.uidaho.edu/default.aspx?pid=114197

Assistant Professor of Sustainable Land Use Planning, Department of Conservation Social Sciences. B.S. Western Washington University (1994), M.A. University of Colorado, Boulder (2000), Interdisciplinary Certificate in Environmental Policy, University of Colorado, Boulder (2001), Ph.D. University of Colorado, Denver (2005). Specializations: Community-based collaborative planning, federal land management planning processes, and sustainable land use planning. http://www.cnrhome.uidaho.edu/default.aspx?pid=106439

(208) 885-7117

laninga@uidaho.edu

(208) 885-7360

dezzani@uidaho.edu ASLA

Jerrold A. Long, Ph.D.

Stephen R. Drown

Professor of Landscape Architecture, Adjunct Professor of Architecture and Environmental Science. B.S. Philadelphia College of Art (1970), M.L.A., State University of New York (1974). Specializations: Design Theory, Design Development, Graphics, Professional Practice. http://www.caa.uidaho.edu/larch/

Associate Professor of Law. B.S. Utah State University, J.D. University of Colorado School of Law, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Specializations: Natural Resources Law, Property. http://www.uidaho.edu/law/jerrolda,-d-,long.aspx

(208) 885-7988

jlong@uidaho.edu PTP

(208) 885-7448

srdrown@uidaho.edu

Michael Lowry, Ph.D.

Tim Frazier, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor Department of Geography. B.A. University of Tennessee (2002), M.S. Pennsylvania State University (2005), Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University (2009). Specializations: Coastal Hazards, Climate Change, Hazard Mitigation, Resilience Enhancement through Planning, GIS.

Assistant Professor Department of Civil Engineering. B.S. Brigham Young University (2002), M.S. Brigham Young University (2004), Ph.D., University of Washington (2008). Specialization: Land use and transportation planning, travel demand management, traffic calming and street design, bicycle and pedestrian planning, project evaluation and finance, public participation. http://www.uiweb.uidaho.edu/engr/cedept/lowry/lowry.html

(208) 885-6238

tfrazier@uidaho.edu

(208) 885-0139

mlowry@uidaho.edu

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Assistant Professor and IURDC Director. B.Arch. University of Oregon (1976), M. Arch. Yale University (1981). Specializations: Practicing architect with McKibben + Cooper Architects/Urban Design, Boise. Architectural and urban design, master planning, community design/ revitalization, regenerative design/sustainable development, and renovation/adaptive reuse of historic structures as well as urban research and outreach projects serving Idaho through the Idaho Urban Research and Design Center (IURDC). http://www.uidaho.edu/caa/arch/sherrymckibben.aspx

Sherry McKibben

LEED AP

Manoj Shrestha, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor Political Science and Bureau for Public Policy Research. M.A. Tribhuvan University (1986); M.Sc., University of Bradford, UK (1991); Ph.D., Florida State University (2008). Specializations: Local government, public policy, water governance, collaborative management and policy, intergovernmental relations. http://www.class.uidaho.edu/pols/faculty/Shrestha.htm

(208) 885-0530

mks@uidaho.edu

(208) 364-4540

sherrym@uidaho.edu

Philip Watson, Ph.D.

Wendy McClure

Professor Department of Architecture and Interior Design. B.A. University of Pennsylvania (1974), M.Arch. University of Washington (1977). Specializations: Architect and town planner. Architectural design, community revitalization, designing for sustainability, and adaptive use of historic structures. Studio teaching emphasis on outreach in the community context in association with the College of Art and Architecture's Rural Planning and Design Center and in collaboration with Landscape Architecture. http://www.bioregionalplanning.uidaho.edu/people.aspx

Assistant Professor Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology. B.S. Taylor University (1998), M.Ag. Colorado State University (2003), Ph.D. Colorado State University (2006). Specializations: Bioregional Planning, Fishery Management, Community Economics, Regional Economics, Natural Resources, Specialty Agriculture, Economic Development, Rural Innovations. http://www.cals.uidaho.edu/AERS/p_fac_watson.htm

(208) 885-6934

pwatson@uidaho.edu

Patrick Wilson, Ph.D.

(208) 885-6473

wmcclure@uidaho.edu

David Paul, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. B.P.E Purdue University (1993), M.A. East Tennessee State University (1995), Ph.D. Ohio State University (1999). Specializations: Investigating the relationships between physical activity, food intake, and chronic disease; Studying the relationship between the built environment and obesity in children and adults; Developing methodologies to improve the measurement of physical activity and food intake. http://www.bioregionalplanning.uidaho.edu/people.aspx

Associate Professor Department of Conservation Social Sciences, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Environmental Science. B.A.Ed. (1987), M.A. Western Washington (1990), Ph.D. University of Alberta (1996). Specializations: Natural resource policy and politics, and comparative public policy; politics of species conservation, tribal government management of natural resources, and water policy and politics. http://www.cnrhome.uidaho.edu/default.aspx?pid=85875

(208) 885-7911

pwilson@uidaho.edu

FYI
Bioregional Planning and Community Program Mission The mission of the Bioregional Planning and Community Design program is to prepare future public leaders, create and disseminate new knowledge, and assist communities and organizations in planning for sustainable development, sustainable efficient conservation planning and management, and sustainable human quality-of-life within and across bioregions. The programs faculty, staff, and students work with communities, through Learning and Practice Collaboratives (LPCs), create community-based plans, programs and policies that sustain and enhance their culture, resource base, built environment and economic vitality. Geographic Focus Program graduates fill an important niche in the Intermountain West and have skills that enable them to be effective planners in other parts of the world. The initial focus of the program is on Idaho, but with the expectation that it will be expanded over time to include opportunities nationally and internationally. Interdisciplinary The Bioregional Planning and Community Design program is distinguished from other planning programs around North America in two ways: (1) it represents a university-wide, interdisciplinary approach that fully integrates education and research with community engagement; and (2) it supports, promotes and advances bioregional thought and process. Undergraduate requirements Many undergraduate degrees prepare students well for this graduate program. All entering students should have previously completed a statistics course and undergraduate course work in social sciences (economics, anthropology, sociology, etc.) and ecology or complete these in addition to the degree requirements. Students with significant pre-existing course

(208) 885-7921

dpaul@uidaho.edu

Sandra Pinel, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor Department of Conservation Social Sciences. B.A. Brandeis University (1974), M.S. University of Wisconsin, Madison (1979), Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison (2007). Specializations: Local and regional land use planning, indigenous and community culture in planning theory and methods; cultural landscapes, multi-jurisdictional governance; limits to participatory and collaborative planning; conflict management; community economic development; epistemologies in planning cultural resource management; ethnographic research methods, social impact and contextualized case study research. http://www.cnrhome.uidaho.edu/default.aspx?pid=106200

(785) 885-7792

spinel@uidaho.edu

Nick Sanyal, PhD.

Associate Professor Department of Conservation Social Science. B.Sc. St. Edmunds College, University of Gauhati, Shillong, India (1970), M.S. Texas A&M University (1975), M.S. University of Idaho (1984), Ph.D. University of Idaho (1991). Specializations: Directing scholarship on and learning about the wildlands, working landscapes, communities and institutions necessary for the use, enjoyment, planning and conservation of natural resources; conservation planning; human dimensions of planning and management; qualitative and quantitative research methods and survey methodologies; public opinion measurement; and community-based Service Learning. http://www.cnrhome.uidaho.edu/default.aspx?pid=70543#sanyal

(208) 885-7528

nsanyal@uidaho.edu

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work or professional planning practice may request credit for this prior work. The program offers the following: Master of Science in Bioregional Planning and Community Design: Includes specializations in land use planning; environmental planning; economic development planning; transportation planning; public land planning; and housing, social and community development planning. Graduate certificate: Designed for those who want to incorporate sustainable planning principles and concepts into a related professional discipline, such as transportation engineering, environmental and natural resource management, architecture, landscape architecture, and public administration. Student Chapter American Planning Association (SPPUD) Students for Place-Based Planning & Urban Design (SPPUD) strives to promote place-based planning and community design as a means of empowering citizens, strengthening communities, preserving natural resources, promoting social justice, and accommodating societys needs in a sustainable manner.

FYI

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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO


Department of Urban Planning And Policy
412 South Peoria Street, 215 CUPPAH Chicago, Illinois 60607-7068 Phone (312) 996-5240 Fax (312) 413-2314 E-mail: upp@uic.edu http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/ Kazuya Kawamura, Head Phone (312) 413-1269 E-mail: kazuya@uic.edu

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from accredited institution 3.0 for final 60 semester hours No Requirements 550 (University) Not Required 3 letters of recommendation, personal statement and writing sample GRE and resume for Assistantship

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2008-09 ............................................................ March 15, 2008 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 .................................................... ... January 1, 2008 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................ .. $8,301 per semester Out-of-State/ international Tuition and Fees ........................... $14,300 per semester Application Fee: .......................................................$50 domestic, $60 international Additional Fees: ..................................................................................................$481

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................20 Hours of Specialization.............................................................................12 Hours of Electives................................................................................. 8-20 Professional Practice Experience ................................................................4 Other (Masters Project or Thesis) ......................................................... 4-16 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................60 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ............................Masters Project or Thesis

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Admission Deadline 2008-09.............................................................January 1, 2008 Financial Aid Deadline 2008-09 ........................................................ January 1, 2008 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................ .. $8,301 per semester Out-of-State/ international Tuition and Fees ........................... $14,300 per semester Application Fee: .......................................................$50 domestic, $60 international Additional Fees: ..................................................................................................$481

DOCTORAL DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Fellowships; Assistantships; Tuition and Fee Waivers. Eligibility Criteria: All based on academic merit. Federal Loans. Eligibility Criteria: Based on financial need.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents Total Students Male 5 71 4 0 0 4 0 8 1 93 Female 17 52 18 0 0 3 0 5 2 97 Total 22 123 22 0 0 7 0 13 3 190

Annual Student Enrollment


Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 245 232 192 168 73 76 45 45 12 12 5 5

Masters Doctoral

MASTERS DEGREE
Masters of Urban Planning and Policy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Kazuya Kawamura, Department Head and Associate Professor (312) 413-1269 kazuya@uic.edu

Year Initiated: 1973 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.........................................................1277 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................67

Community Development, Economic Development, Globalization and International Planning, Physical Planning, Urban Transportation, Faculty Approved Specialty
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Masters Specializations

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Urban Planning and Policy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Kazuya Kawamura, Department Head and Associate Professor (312) 413-1269 kazuya@uic.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009


(Includes students still pursuing PhD in Policy Analysis)

US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents Total Students

Male 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 2 4 14

Female 1 7 5 0 0 1 0 0 8 22

Total 1 11 9 0 0 1 0 2 12 36

Year initiated: 2003 Previous Ph.D. degree in Policy Analysis with specialization in Planning was initiated in 1975 and terminated in 2003. Degrees Granted through 8/31/2009.......................................................... 5 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ................................................... 1

Physical Planning, Urban Transportation, Community Development, Economic Development, Global and International Planning, Faculty Approved Specialty
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Doctoral Specializations

University Requirement: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

GRE can be substituted with GMAT 3.0 for last 60 semester hours General Required 600 (University) Masters in Urban Planning, Public Policy or related field; 3 Letters of recommendation, statement of research interests, writing sample and resume, electronic submission; up to 32 hours transferred from Masters work to Ph.D on approval of Director of Graduate Studies

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Kheir Al-Kodmany
Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies, Co-Director, Urban Data Visualization Laboratory. B.Arch., University of Damascus (1986); MA (1989) and Ph.D. (1995), University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign. Specializations: Computer Applications, Geographic Information Systems, Physical Planning/Urban Design, Quantitative Methods. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/al_kodmany.html

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................16 Specialization ............................................................................................28 Advanced Standing ...................................................................................32 Dissertation ...............................................................................................20 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................96 Exams or Written Requirements: Academic Progress: Written examination; Oral exam may be required at the discretion of the committee. Write and successfully defend dissertation.

(312) 413-3884

kheir@uic.edu

Fellowships; Assistantships; Tuition and Fee Waivers. Eligibility Criteria: All based on academic merit. Federal Loans. Eligibility Criteria: Based on financial need.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Assistant Professor. BA, University of Winnepeg (1990); MUP, McGill University (1993); Ph.D., Rutgers University (2005). Specializations: Financial Restructuring and Central City Markets, Neighborhood Development and Change, Affordable Housing Development and Preservation; Comparative Urban Policy; Normative Ethical Theory in Policy. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/ashton.html

Philip Ashton

(312) 413-7599

pashton@uic.edu

John Betancur

Associate Professor. BA, Universidad Pontificia Bolivaniana, Colombia (1971); Sociologist, Universidad San Buenaventura, Colombia (1974); MUPP (1977) and Ph.D. (1986), University of Illinois at Chicago. Specializations: Community Development, International Development, Race/Ethnicity & Planning & Social Policy/Human Services. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/betancur.html

(312) 996-2125

betancur@uic.edu

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Joshua Drucker

Assistant Professor. BA, University of Michigan (1998); MRP (2000) and Ph.D. (2008), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Regional Development, Quantitative Methods, Science and Technology Policy. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/drucker.html

David Perry

(312) 413-7597

jdruck@uic.edu

Professor, Director of Great Cities Institute. BS, St. John Fisher College (1964); MPA (1966) and Ph.D. (1971), Syracuse University; MS (1981) and Ph.D. (1983), Carnegie Mellon University. Specializations: Urban Political Economy, Spatial Theory and Urban Planning, Public Infrastructure, Public Administration and Regional Change. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/perry.html

(312) 996-8700

dperry@uic.edu

Associate Professor, DGS. BA (1968) and MA (1972), North Carolina University; Ph.D., Northwestern University. Specializations: Citizen Participation, Community Development, Race/Ethnicity & Planning. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/gills.html

Douglas Gills

(312) 996-2174

dgills@uic.edu

Associate Professor and Co-Director, Voorhees Center. BFA (1985) and MUP (1990), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Ph.D., Cleveland State University (1998). Specializations: Community Development, Housing and Neighborhood Planning. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/smith.html

Janet Smith

Charles Hoch

(312) 996-5083

janets@uic.edu

Professor. BA, University of San Diego (1970); MCP, San Diego State University (1975); Ph.D., University of California at Los Angeles. Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Land Use/Growth Management, Physical Planning/Urban Design, Planning Practice & Theory. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/hoch.html

Piyushimita Thakuriah

Associate Professor. BA (1987) and MA (1989), University of Delhi, India; MUPP (1991) and Ph.D. (1994) University of Illinois at Chicago. Specializations: Quantitative Methods, Transportation. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/thakuriah.html

(312) 996-2156

chashoch@uic.edu

(312) 355-0447

vonu-pt@uic.edu

Associate Professor. BA, Wayne State University (1969); JD, Wayne State Law School (1973); LLM, Depaul School of Law (1984). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Land Use/Growth Management, Physical Planning/Urban Design, Planning Law. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/jaffe.html

Martin Jaffe

Associate Professor and Director, Center of Urban Economic Development. BA, Macalester College (1986); MUPP (1989) and Ph.D. (2000), University of Illinois at Chicago. Specializations: Economic Development, Labor Markets. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/theodore.html

Nik Theodore

(312) 996-2178

mjaffe@uic.edu

(312) 355-1340

theodore@uic.edu

Kazuya Kawamura

Sanjeev Vidyarthi

Head and Associate Professor. BS, North Carolina State University (1988); MS (1989) and Ph.D. (1999), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Quantitative Methods and Transportation. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/kawamura.html

(312) 413-1269

kazuya@uic.edu

Assistant Professor. BArch, University of Bombay, India (1991), March, Catholic University Leuven (2003), MUP, University of Michigan (2005), PhD, University of Michigan (2008). Specializations: Physical and Land Use Planning, Globalization and Transfer of Planning Ideas, Urban Design and Place Making. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/vidyarthi.html

Professor. Laurea in Political Science, Catholic University, Milan (1967); Certificate, American Studies, John Hopkins (1968); MUPP, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1970); Ph.D., University of Michigan (1977). Specializations: Citizen Participation, Community Development, International Development, Planning. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/nanetti.html

Raffaella Nanetti

(312) 355-0447

svidy@uic.edu

Rachel Weber

(312) 996-2175

rnanetti@uic.edu

Associate Professor. BA, Brown University (1989); MRP (1995) and Ph.D. (1998), Cornell University. Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Planning Theory, Public Finance and Fiscal Planning. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/weber.html

(312) 355-0307

rachelw@uic.edu

Brenda Parker

Assistant Professor. BA (1994), Michigan State University; MS (2002) and PhD (2008), University of Wisconsin, Madison. Specializations: Urban policy, urban governance, race, gender, qualitative methods, program, community activism http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/parker.html

Curtis Winkle

(312) 996-2167

bkparker@uic.edu

Associate Professor. BA, Indiana State University (1978); MCRP (1980) and Ph.D. (1986), Rutgers University. Specializations: Community Development, Gender Studies and Planning, Social Policy/Human Services. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/winkle.html

(312) 996-2155

cwinkle@uic.edu

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Moira Zellner

Assistant Professor: BS, Cientro de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Exactas, Argentina (1995); MUP, University of Michigan (2000); PhD, University of Michigan (2005). Specializations: The complexity of human-environment interactions and their effects on the sustainability of natural resources; effects of public policy and individual decision-making, and their impacts on land-use/cover change and ecological processes. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/zellner.html

Adjunct Assistant Professor: BA, Southern Illinois University (1974); MSW, University of Illinois at Chicago (1976); PhD, Indiana University (1986). Specializations: Community development, Social enterprise, Family-based policy and planning, Capacity building http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

Richard Kordesh

kordesh@uic.edu

(312) 996-2149

mzellner@uic.edu
FAICP

Ting Wei Zhang

Professor. BA (1968) and MA (1981), Tongji University; Ph.D. University of Illinois at Chicago (1992). Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, International Development and Planning, Physical Planning/ Urban Design. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/zhang.html

Adjunct Lecturer: BA, University of Illinois at Chicago (2000); MUPP, University of Illinois at Chicago (2005). Specializations: Retail strip redevelopment and design, Community economic development http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

T. Abraham Lentner

tlentn1@uic.edu

(312) 355-0303

tzhang@uic.edu

Vincent Michael

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Sarah Barr
Adjunct Lecturer: BA, DePaul University (2001); MUPP, University of Illinois at Chicago (2008). Specialization: Geographic information systems, Geospatial analysis and visualization. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

Adjunct Assistant Professor: BA, MA, University of Chicago (1982); PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago (2007). Specialization: Historic Preservation http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

vmicha1@uic.edu

sbarr3@uic.edu

Visiting Senior Fellow: Principal Planner, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning. Specialization: Public Participation http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

Hubert Morgan

Charles Daas

hmorgan@cmap.illinois.gov

Adjunct Lecturer: BA, University of Michigan (1989); MUPP, University of Illinois at Chicago (1999). Specializations: Community development, Mutual housing http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

cdaas@uic.edu

Adjunct Lecturer: BA, St. Marys University of Minnesota (1969); MUPP, University of Illinois at Chicago (1975). Specializations: Municipal services planning, Local government management. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

Robert Nelis

Co-Director, Urban Data Visualization Laboratory; Adjunct Lecturer: BSBA, Northwestern University (1970); MA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1972). Specializations: Geographic information systems, Information services, Demography, Economic development. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/udv/people.htm

William A. (Max) Dieber

rlnelis@uic.edu

Erica Pascal

(312) 413-8435

maxdbr@uic.edu

Adjunct Lecturer: BA, Boston University (1972); JD, Northwestern University (1976). Specializations: Affordable housing finance and funding, Housing law http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

epascal@uic.edu

Joseph DiJohn

Adjunct Lecturer: BA, Marquette University (1965); MBA, DePaul University (1968). Specializations: Public transit planning and operations, Freight analysis, Congestion management and pricing, Public/ private partnerships http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

Monica Luecking Richart

Adjunct Lecturer: BS, DePaul University (2001); MLA, University of Texas, Austin (2007). Specializations: Geospatial analysis and visualization http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

joedi@uic.edu

luecking@uic.edu

Eugene Goldfarb

Adjunct Lecturer: BA, State University of New York at Stony Brook; MUP, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; JD, DePaul University. Specializations: Sustainable development, Brownfield redevelopment http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

GIS Coordinator, Urban Data Visualization Lab. Specialization: Geographic Information Systems http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/udv/people.htm

Nina Savar

(312) 413-9612

egoldf1@uic.edu

Stephen Schlickman

Adjunct Lecturer: BA, Georgetown University (1975); JD, DePaul University (1979). Specializations: Public infrastructure policy, finance, and advocacy http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

schlickmans@rtachicago.org

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Adjunct Lecturer: BA, Grinnell College (1993); MS, University of Maine (1997). Specializations: Economics, statistics, water resource economics http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

Margaret Schneemann

FYI

mschne9@uic.edu

Thomas Smith

Adjunct Lecturer: BA, University of Michigan (1975); MURP, Michigan State University (1980), MS, Illinois Institute of Technology (1996). Specializations: Land use planning, Zoning policy analysis, Form-based codes, Development policy, Project management http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

tpsmith101@aol.com

James Van Der Kloot

Adjunct Lecturer: BS, Michigan State University (1979); BS, Michigan State University (1980). Specializations: Sustainable development http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

jvkloot@uic.edu

Tyson Warner

Adjunct Lecturer: BA, Wheaton College (1988); MUPP, University of Illinois at Chicago (1995). Specializations: Public participation http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

twarner@cmap.illinois.gov

A VIEW OF CHICAGO FROM THE CAMPUS OF UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO

Ferhat Zerin

Adjunct Lecturer: BArch, Bangladesh University of Engineering Technology (1989); MArch, University of Illinois at Chicago (1996). Specializations: Urban design, Master planning, Mixed-use development, Transit-oriented development. http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/faculty.html

fzerin@ginkgoplanning.com

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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN


Department of Urban and Regional Planning
111 Temple Buell Hall, 611 Taft Drive Champaign, Illinois 61820 Phone (217) 333-3890 Fax (217) 244-1717 www.urban.illinois.edu Edward Feser, Department Head Phone (217) 333-3890 E-mail:feser@illinois.edu

BA/BS PAB PAB

MA/MS PAB PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL


None 3.0/top 20% of class ACT 24-28

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores:

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 22 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 6 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 27 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ........................................................... 21-25 Hours of General Education ............................................................... 40-44 Total Required Hours In Planning Program .......................................... 120 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................ Not required

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2010-2011 ....................................................... January 2, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-2011 ................................................... March 15, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........................................................... $6,954 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................. $14,025 per semester Application Fee ..................................................................................... $40/$50 (Int.) Additional Fees: .......................................................................................................$0

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Work Study, Project Grants, Internships, Scholarships, Loans

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Stacy Harwood, Associate Professor MUP Program Coordinator Peggy Zachary, Admissions Assistant (217) 333-3890 sharwood@illinois.edu or pzachary@illinois.edu

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Admission Deadline 2010-2011 for Masters program .................December 15, 2009 Admission Deadline 2010-2011 for Ph.D program ......................December 15, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-2011 for Masters program .............December 15, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-2011 for Ph.D Program .................December 15, 2009 In-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................................$6,848 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..................................................$13,481 per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................$60/$75 (Int.) Additional Fees: ................................................................................. $0 per semester

Year Initiated: 1946 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/09...........................................................944 Degrees Granted from 5/31/08 to 5/31/09 ................................................28

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate Masters Doctoral 54 134 41 47 103 39

Accepted Enrolled
40 44 7 29 36 5 17 22 5 19 25 5

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Community Development for Social Justice, Geographic Information Systems and Analysis, Land Use and Transportation Planning, Local and Regional Economic Development, Sustainable Design and Development
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 75th Percentile Minimum 102 iBT, 610 PBT, 253 CBT Not Required Introductory Microeconomics and Statistics

Masters Concentrations

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BA in Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Alice Novak, Lecturer and Assistant to the Head, Academic Programs Phone: (217) 333-3890 E-mail: novak2@illinois.edu Year Initiated:1953 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/09........................................................1009 Degrees Granted from 5/31/08 to 5/31/09 ...............................................36

Urban Planning or develop specialization, including International Planning

Undergraduate Specializations

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................8 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................10 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................................................... 12-16 Recommended Internship ................... 4 (can substitute for elective hours) Total Required Hours in Planning Program: ............................................64 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: Capstone project (thesis, project, or workshop)

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

3-4 Fellowships; 20-30 Teaching and Research Assistantships, covers tuition, fees and stipend of approximately $6,715/9 months (total value: $19,827 IL resident, $32,581 IL non-resident).

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Planning Analysis and Information Systems, Community Development, Economic Development, Environmental Science and Sustainable Development, Regional Development, International Development Planning, Land Use and Infrastructure Planning
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 75th Percentile Minimum 102 iBT, 610 PBT, 253 CBT 3.0 Masters degree in relevant field; Close fit with faculty research interest

Doctoral Specializations

Male 0 14 4 0 1 0 0 5 24

Female 1 14 5 0 0 0 2 7 29

Total 1 28 9 0 1 0 2 12

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core .............................................................................................4 Dissertation Research ...............................................................................32 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................28 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Total ..........................................................................................................64 Exams or Written Requirements: Qualifying and Preliminary exams, Dissertation Defense

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Total Students

53

Male 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 10

Female 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 6

Total 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 16

DOCTORAL DEGREE
PhD in Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Andrew Isserman, Professor/Ph.D. Coordinator (217) 333-3890 isserman@illinois.edu

Year initiated 1983 Degrees Granted through 5/31/09 ............................................................2 Degrees Granted from 5/31/09 to 5/31/2009..........................................65 Dissertations Granted from 5/1/08 to 5/31/09: 1. Modeling Spatial Spillover Effects from Rental to Owner Housing: The Case of Seattle 2. Spatial Distribution of Best Management Practices for Stormwater Management 3. Reasoning With Plans: Inference of Semantic Relationships Among Plans About Urban Development 4. Challenges of Unequal Power Distribution in University-Community Partnerships 5. Our Uncertain Future: Can Good Planning Create Sustainable Communities 6.Local Economic Impact and Adjustment after a Natural Disaster: Evidence from the 1993 Midwest Flood 7. Planning Access Differences: Collaborative Planning in the California Central Valley

Total Students

16

12

28

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PLANNING FACULTY
Assistant Professor. BS (1983), M.Arch. (1997) and Ph.D. (2003), University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Specializations: Sustainable Architecture and Design, Land Use Planning, Computer Application to Planning and Design.

Geoffrey Hewings

Brian Deal

Professor. BA, University of Birmingham, UK (1965); MA (1967) and Ph.D. (1969), University of Washington. Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Regional Analysis, International Development Planning.

(217) 333-4740

hewings@illinois.edu

(217) 333-1911

deal@illinois.edu

Assistant Professor. BS, Rensselaer Polytechnic University (1983); BArch, Rensselaer Polytechnic University (1983); MArch, University of Oregon Eugene (1994); Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (2004). Specializations: Architecture, Design, Housing, Community Development.

Lynn Dearborn

Adjunct Lecturer. BA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1973); JD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1977); MUP, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1992). Specializations: Planning Law.

Joe Hooker

(217) 333-3890

jhooker@illinois.edu

(217) 333-4331

dearborn@illinois.edu AICP

Mary Edwards

Lewis D. Hopkins FAICP Professor Emeritus. BA (1968), MRP (1972) and Ph.D. (1975), University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Planning Theory, Computer Applications in Planning, Planning Methods, Planning Practice.
(217) 333-3890 ldhopkin@illinois.edu

Assistant Professor. BB (1985) and MA (1986), Western Illinois University; MA, University of Illinois at Chicago; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison (1997). Specializations: Land Use Planning and Policy, Comprehensive Planning, Fiscal Impacts of Planning, Planning Methods.

Andrew Isserman

(217) 333-3211

mmedward@illinois.edu

Professor. BS, Amherst College (1968); MA (1970) and Ph.D. (1975), University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Regional Planning and Analysis, Quantitative Methods, Rural Development, Urban and Regional Economics.

Edward Feser

(217) 244-2858

isserman@illinois.edu

Professor. BA, University of San Francisco (1989); MRP (1994) and Ph.D. (1997), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specializations: State and Local Economic Development Policy, Regional Economic Analysis, Urban Planning Methods, Regional Development Theory.

Tschangho John Kim

(217) 244-6767

feser@illinois.edu

Endowed Professor of Urban and Regional Systems. BS, Hanyang, Seoul University (1967); MS, Pratt Institute (1972); Ph.D., Princeton University (1976). Specializations: Transportation, GIS, Metropolitan and Regional Planning, International Development Planning.

FAICP Professor Emeritus. BA (1960) and JD (1962), University of Tulsa. Specializations: Planning Law, Environmental Planning, Land Use and Growth Management, Negotiation, Planning Practice.

Clyde Forrest

(217) 244-5369

tjohnkim@illinois.edu

Bruce Knight

(217) 244-5406

cforrest@illinois.edu FAICP

FAICP Adjunct Lecturer. BS, Iowa State University (1977); MA, University of Iowa. Specializations: Urban Planning Processes, Planning Practice, Land Use and Growth Management.

Albert Z. Guttenberg
(217) 244-5376

(217) 333-3890

baknight@illinois.edu

Professor Emeritus. BA, Harvard University (1948). Specializations: Land use Classification, History of American Planning.

a-gutten@illinois.edu

Stacy Harwood

Associate Professor. BA, University of California, San Diego (1986; MURP, University of California, Irvine (1994); Ph.D., University of Southern California (2001). Specializations: Neighborhood Planning, Community Development in Immigrant Communities, Qualitative Methods, Social Inequality and Social Planning.

Assistant Professor. BS, Hanyang University (1994); MCP, Seoul National University (1996); Ph.D., University of Southern California (2006). Specializations: Urban Spatial Structure, Metropolitan Development, Urban Land Use, Travel Behavior and Transportation Planning, Regional Economic Analysis and Modeling.

Bumsoo Lee

(217) 333-3601

bumsoo@illinois.edu

Daniel McMillen

(217) 265-0874

sharwood@illinois.edu

Professor Emeritus. B.Arch. (1965), MCP (1967), and Ph.D. (1973), University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Housing Policy and Planning, Aging and Planning, Community Development, Social Policy Planning.

Leonard F. Heumann

Professor. BS, University of Illinois at Chicago (1981); MA, University of Illinois at Chicago (1982); Ph.D., Nortwestern University (1987). Specializations: Urban Economics, Housing, Local Public Finance, Real Estate, Industrial Location and Spatial Econometrics.

(217) 333-4741

mcmillen@illinois.edu

(217) 244-5373

lheumann@illinois.edu

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Faranak Miraftab

Associate Professor. BA, Tehran University (1980); MA, Norwegian Institute of Technology (1985); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1995). Specializations: International Development Planning, Community Development in Developing Nations, Housing and Gender Issues in International Planning.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Varkki George Pallathucheril
Associate Professor, American University of Sharjah, and Adjunct Research Professor, University of Illinois. B.Arch., IIT, Kharagpur (1981); MCRP (1988) and Ph.D. (1992), Ohio State University. Specializations: Urban Design, Computer Applications in Design and Planning, Site Design and Physical Planning, Community Planning and Design.

(217) 265-8238

faranak@illinois.edu

Zorica Nedovic-Budic

Professor. BA, University of Belgrade (1984); MUP, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1989); Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Specializations: GIS, International Development Planning, Land Use/ Growth Management, Planning in Post-Socialist Eastern Europe.

(217) 333-3890

varkki@illinois.edu

(217) 244-5402

budic@illinois.edu

FYI
Joint Masters Degrees:
Masters of Urban Planning and Masters of Architecture Masters of Urban Planning and Juris Doctorate Also, it is possible to fashion dual degree programs with other Illinois graduate programs in area studies and other disciplines. Contact Masters Coordinator for further information or consult department web site.

Alice Novak

Lecturer and Assistant to the Head. BS, University of Missouri, Columbia (1981); MUP, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1985). Specialization: Historic Preservation Planning.

(217) 333-3890

novak2@illinois.edu

Robert Olshansky AICP Professor. BS, California Institute of Technology (1974); MUP (1982) and Ph.D. (1987), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Land Use Planning/Growth Management, Comparative International Perspective, Environmental Planning, Planning Practice.
(217) 333-8703 robo@illinois.edu

Craig Rost

Adjunct Lecturer. BALA and MUP (1999), University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign. Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Urban Financial Analysis.

(217) 333-3890

rostcr@illinois.edu

Ken Salo

Lecturer & Community Engagement Coordinator. BSC (1978) and LLM (1999), University of Cape Town ; LLB, University of Western Cape (1993). Specializations: International Environmental Planning, Citizen Participation Processes, Negotiation and Conflict Management.

(217) 244-0285

kensalo@illinois.edu

Professor. BA, Wesleyan University (1981); Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison (1990). Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy, Ecological Factors in Planning, Watershed Planning, Environmental History.

Daniel Schneider

(217) 244-7681

ddws@illinois.edu

Elizabeth L. Sweet

Assistant Professor. BA, Boston University (1985); MUP (1992), Ph.D. (2000) University of Illinois at Chicago. Specializations: International Economic Development, Community Development, Gender and Development, Qualitative Research methods.

(217) 333-9069

esweet1@illinois.edu

Bev Wilson

Assistant Professor. BA, Duke University (1997); MRP (2002) and Ph.D (2009), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specializations: Land Use and Environmental Planning and Policy; Growth Management; Spatial Analysis; GIS, Sustainability; Urban Simulation Modeling

(217) 333-3890

bevwilso@illinois.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
Urban and Regional Planning
347 Jessup Hall Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1316 Phone (319) 335-0032 Fax (319) 335-3330 E-mail: urban-planning@uiowa.edu www.urban.uiowa.edu Charles E. Connerly, Director Phone (319) 335-0039 E-mail: charles-connerly@uiowa.edu
University Admission Policy:

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 Not Required No Requirements

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................17 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses (in core) .............................4 Hours of Concentration...............................................................................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................20 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................50 Thesis Exams or final product ................................................. Not required

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program .............................. July 15, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program.....................January 15, 2009 In-State Tuition and Fees ........................................................$3,850.50 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees...............................................$10,652.50 per semester Application Fee ..........................................................................$60/$85 International Additional Fees ......................................................................Some course fees apply

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition Awards:

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Eligibility Criteria:

14 teaching and 9 research assistantships @ $8,287.50/year with/in-state tuition and $5,230 tuition scholarship. Further research assistantships and internships available. Merit and Diversity

Annual Student Enrollment


2008 2009 2008 2009 2008 2009 Masters 60 58 45 39 28 26

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Applied Accepted

Enrolled

Male 0 22 1 0 1 0 0 0

Female 0 10 1 1 1 0 0 6

Total 0 32 2 1 2 0 0 6

MASTERS DEGREE
Master Urban and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Charles E. Connerly, Director (319) 335-0039 charles-connerly@uiowa.edu

Year Initiated: 1964 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 2009 ...............................................................714 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................19

Economic Development; Land Use and Environmental Planning; Housing and Community Development; Transportation Planning, GIS

Masters Specializations

Total Students

24

19

43

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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PLANNING FACULTY
Associate Professor. B.Arch., University of Kerala, India (1989); Master of Town Planning, School of Planning and Architecture, India (1991); Ph.D., Florida State University (2000). Specializations: Land Use Planning, Housing Policy, Growth Management. www.urban.uiowa.edu

Jerry Anthony

AICP

Associate Professor. Masters in Demography, University PantheonSorbonne, France (1995); Masters in Sociology, University of Rene Descartes, France (1995); Ph.D., University of North Carolina (2001). Specializations: Urban and Environmental Planning, Plan Implementation, Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making, Demography: Population-Environment Interactions, Migration. www.urban.uiowa.edu

Lucie Laurian

(319) 335-2955

lucie-laurian@uiowa.edu

(319) 335-0622

jerry-anthony@uiowa.edu

Charles E. Connerly

Professor/Director. B.A. History, Grinnell College (1968); M.A. History, University of Connecticut (1974); MUP, Urban Planning University of Michigan (1976); Ph.D. Urban and Regional Planning, University of Michigan (1980) Specializations: Housing, Community Development, Civil Rights, Planning History. www.urban.uiowa.edu

Assistant Professor. Bachelor of Engineering, University of Tokyo (2002); Ph.D. Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts (2008). Specializations: Transportation Planning, GIS, employment and accessibility.

Miwa Matsuo

James A. Throgmorton

(319) 335-0039

charles-connerly@uiowa.edu

Peter S. Fisher

Professor. AB, Notre Dame (1966); MS, University of Louisville (1972); Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles (1983). Specializations: Planning Theory, Planning History, Planning for Sustainable Places and Conflict Resolution. www.urban.uiowa.edu

Professor. BA, Haverford (1968); MA, University of Missouri (1972); Ph.D., University of Wisconsin (1978). Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Infrastructure/Public Services, Public Finance/ Fiscal Planning, Social Policy/Human Services. www.urban.uiowa.edu

(319) 335-0037

james-throgmorton@uiowa.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Les Beck
Adjunct Lecturer. M.S. Community and Regional Planning, Iowa State University. Specializations: Land Use Planning Also, Director of Linn County Planning and Development. www.urban.uiowa.edu

(319) 335-0034

peter-fisher@uiowa.edu AICP

Professor. AB, San Diego State University (1962); Ph.D., Washington State University (1968). Specializations: Transportation, International Development and Planning, Public Finance/Fiscal Planning, Public Management/Strategic Planning, and Urban and Regional Economics. www.urban.uiowa.edu

John W. Fuller

(319) 335-0032

les.beck@linncounty.org

(319) 335-0038

john-w-fuller@uiowa.edu

Richard G. Funderburg

Assistant Professor. BA, California State University, Fullerton (1990); Master of Public Policy and Administration, California State University, Sacramento (1998); Ph.D., University of California, Irvine (2006). Specializations: Regional Science, Economic Development Policy, Spatial Analysis using GIS. www.urban.uiowa.edu

Adjunct Lecturer. M.S. Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois (2006). Specialization: LEED-AP certifiedUnited States Green Building Council. Also Assistant Land-Use Planner, Johnson County Planning & Zoning Department, Iowa City, Iowa. www. urban.uiowa.edu

Joshua Busard

(765) 730-7645

jbusard@co.johnson.ia.us

(319) 335-0036

richard-funderburg@uiowa.edu AICP

Associate Professor. BS, Rutgers University (1988); MS, New Jersey Institute of Technology (1990); MUP (1994); and Ph.D. (1998), University of Illinois. Specializations: Transportation, Computer Applications, Infrastructure/Public Services. Also, Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Director of Transportation Policy Research at the Public Policy Center, and Associate Director of the Mid-America Transportation Center. www.urban.uiowa.edu

Paul Hanley

Adjunct Lecturer. M.S. Urban and Regional Planning, University of Iowa (2008). Specializations: GIS, Virtual Reality. Also Community Development Planner/GIS Specialist ECICOG in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. www.urban.uiowa.edu

Hilary Copeland

(319) 365-9941

hilary.copeland@ecicog.org

Bart Cramer

Adjunct Assistant Professor. Ph.D. Geography, University of Iowa. Specializations: Transportation, Industry and Firm Economics, Spatial Impacts. www.urban.uiowa.edu

(319) 335-0043

paul-hanley@uiowa.edu

(319) 335-0032

barton-cramer@uiowa.edu AICP

Karin Franklin

Adjunct Lecturer. M.A. Urban and Regional Planning, University of Iowa. Also, former Iowa City Planning Director. www.urban.uiowa.edu

(319) 335-0032

karinf@q.com

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Rick Havel

Adjunct Lecturer. M.S. Resource Planning, Southwest Missouri State University. Specializations: Applied GIS for Planners. Also, GIS Coordinator for Johnson County Information Services. www.urban.uiowa.edu

(319) 335-0032

rhavel@co.johnson.ia.us

Adjunct Lecturer. M.S. Urban and Regional Planning, University of Iowa (2008). Specializations: Virtual Reality and Economic Development. Also Associate Planner, City of Iowa City, Iowa City, Iowa. www.urban.uiowa.edu

Christina Kuecker

(515) 556-7256

christina-kuecker@iowa-city.org

Ronald Mirr

Adjunct Lecturer. M.S. Social Work, University of Iowa (1987). Specialization: Grant Writing. Also independent consultant for schools, health and human services agencies to assist with program planning, grant development, and program evaluation. www.urban.uiowa.edu

Class Trip to New Orleans

(319) 430-4315

rmirr@mac.com

Jeffrey Schott

Adjunct Lecturer. Associate Director, Nonprofit Resource Center, B.A. Political Science, State University of New York at Albany, M.A. in Political Science, University of Iowa. Also, Associate Director of the Nonprofit Resource Center at the University of Iowa www.urban.uiowa.edu

(319) 335-0032

jeff-schott@uiowa.edu AICP

Jim Schwab

Adjunct Lecturer. M.A. Urban and Regional Planning, University of Iowa Specializations: Disaster Planning. Also, Senior Research Associate with the APA in Chicago, Illinois www.urban.uiowa.edu

(319) 335-0032

jschwab@planning.org

James Stoner

Associate Professor. Civil-Environmental Engineering, M.S. Urban and Regional Planning, University of Iowa, Ph.D. Civil Engineering, Northwestern University. Specializations: Transportation Engineering, Transportation Planning, and Traffic Systems www.engineering.uiowa.edu

Bus Interchange and Bicycle Parking Downtown Iowa City

FYI
For over 40 years, The University of Iowa has been offering high quality graduate education in urban and regional planning. Located in a vibrant urban and academic setting, the University of Iowa Graduate Program in Urban and Regional Planning offers a fully accredited Master's degree in Urban & and Regional Planning, with areas of concentration in economic development, Geographic Information Systems, housing and community development, land use and environmental planning, and transportation. Its nine faculty members are committed scholars and teachers who are also engaged in the community.

(319) 335-5664

james-stoner@uiowa.edu

Adjunct Lecturer. MA Urban and Regional Planning, University of Iowa (2000). Specializations: Applied GIS for Planners. Also, Planning Division Manager for Linn County, Iowa www.urban.uiowa.edu

Dan Swartzendruber

(319) 335-0032

dan.swartzendruber@linncounty.org

Adjunct Lecturer. BS, University of South Dakota (1979); MA in Political Science (1981) and MA in Urban & Regional Planning (1985), University of Iowa. Specializations: Applied Analysis and Methods. Also, Research Scientist at Iowa State University www.urban.uiowa.edu

David Swenson

(319) 335-0032

dswenson@iastate.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
Graduate Program in Urban Planning
1465 Jayhawk Boulevard Lawrence, Kansas 66045-7614 Phone (785) 864-4164 Fax (785) 864-5301 www.saup.ku.edu/UBPL James M. Mayo, Department Chair Phone (785) 864-3350 E-mail: jimmayo@ku.edu

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................15 Thesis ..........................................................................................................0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exams or Written Requirements ............................... Comprehensive Exam

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition Awards: Eligibility Criteria:

Alan Black Urban Planning Scholarship Academic Bachelors degree from an accredited institution and a faculty sponsor. Required no minimum 530 University/ 570 Department Not Required No Requirements

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline for Masters program ............................................. July 1, 2009 Admission Deadline for Ph.D program ............................................................... N/A Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program .......................................March 1, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.D Program .......................................................... N/A In-State Tuition and Fees .............................................................$3,469 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees......................................................$7,723 per semester Application Fee ..................................................................................................... $55 Additional Fees .............................................................................. $423 per semester

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 60 56

Hours of Core .............................................................................................0 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................42 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................ 48 Thesis ......................................................................................................... 6

Accepted
48 32

Enrolled
24 18

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail James M. Mayo, Chair (785) 864-4184 jimmayo@ku.edu

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Total Male Female Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

1 22 1 0 1 0 0 0 25

0 14 2 0 0 0 0 2 18

1 36 3 0 1 0 0 2 43

Year Initiated: 1974 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................426 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................23

Environmental and Land Use; Housing and Development; Physical Development; Transportation
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Masters Specializations:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 230 Not Required No Requirements

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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PLANNING FACULTY
Professor Emeritus. AB, Harvard (1953); MCP, University of California, Berkeley (1960); Ph.D., Cornell (1975). Specializations: Transportation Planning. www.saup.ku.edu/people/UBPLfaculty/AlanBlack/blacka.shtml

Dennis Enslinger
FAICP

Alan Black

Lecturer. BSB (1986) and M.Arch. (1993), University of Kansas. Specialization: Historic Preservation. www.saup.ku.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/DennisEnslinger/EnslingerD. shtml

(785) 864-4184

dennise@merriam.org

(785) 864-3208

ablack@ku.edu AICP

Mike Grube

Bonnie Johnson

Assistant Professor. BA. (1990), MA. (1992) and Ph.D (2006), MUP (1994), University of Kansas. Specializations: Land Use Planning, Planning Practice and Democracy, Organization Behavior www.saud.ku.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/BonnieJohnson/JohnsonBonnie. shtml

Lecturer. BGS (1990) and MUP (1992), University of Kansas. Specialization: Real Estate Development. www.saup.ku.edu/People/AdvisoryBoard/GrubeM.shtml

(785) 864-4184 michael.grube@mccormackbaron.com

(785) 864-7147

bojojohnson@ku.edu

Charles Miller

James Mayo

Professor. B.Arch. (1966) and MUP (1968), Texas A&M University; Ph.D., Oklahoma State (1974). Specializations: Urban Design, American Landscape, Political-Economy of Space. www.saup.ku.edu/people/UBPLfaculty/JimMayo/MayoJ.shtml

Lecturer. BS (1985) and MS (1990), University of Kansas, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University (1999). Specialization: Transportation Planning www.saud.ku.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/CharlesMiller.shtml

(785) 864-4184

cmiller@hntb.com

(785) 864-3350

jimmayo@ku.edu

Dale Nimz

Associate Professor. B.Arch. (1973) and BA (1974), University of Kansas; MCP, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1978); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1985). Specializations: Housing Affordability, Community Development, Real Estate Development. www.saup.ku.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/KirkMcClure/MCClureK.shtml

Kirk McClure

Lecturer. BA, Kansas State University (1970); MA, George Washington University (1984). Specializations: Historic Preservation Economics. www.saup.ku.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/DaleNimz/NimzD.shtml

(785) 864-4184

dnimz@sunflower.com

Marcy Smalley

(785) 864-3888

mcclure@ku.edu

Lecturer. BA (1973), MUP (1981), University of Kansas. Specialization: Transportation Planning. www.saup.ku.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/MarcySmalley.shtml

Daniel Serda

(785) 864-4184

msmalley@kc.rr.com

Lecturer. AB, Harvard (1991); MCP and Ph.D. (2003), Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Politics of Urban Design, Planning Practice, Community Design, Environmental Behavior. www.saup.ku.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/DanSerda/SerdaD.shtml

(785) 864-3178

dserda@ku.edu

FYI
Joint Masters Degrees:
o American Studies o Architecture o Geography o Law o Public Administration.

Stacey S. White

Associate Professor. BA, Emory University (1989); MS, University of Montana (1993); Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison (1998). Specializations: Public Participation in Land Use and Environmental Planning, Stormwater Management, Planning Pedagogy. www.saup.ku.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/StaceyWhite/WhiteS.shtml

(785) 864-3530

sswhite@ku.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Lecturer. MA, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (1980); Ph.D., University of Kansas (2000). Specialization: Environmental Planning. www.saup.ku.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/PhilEnglehart/EnglehartP.shtml

Phil Englehart

(785) 864-4184

ppajkcjk@ku.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE
School of Urban and Public Affairs
426 West Bloom Street Louisville, Kentucky 40208 Phone (502) 852-7906 Fax (502) 852-4558 E-mail: upa@louisville.edu http://supa.louisville.edu Steven Bourassa, Department Chair Phone (502) 852-5720 E-mail: steven.bourassa@louisville.edu

MA/MS PAB
University Admission Policy:

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.0 500 V/500 Q 210 Not Required No Requirements

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-2010 ...........................................................July 15, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-2010 ..................................................... March 1, 2009 In-state tuition and fees....................................................................................$4,311 Out-of State ....................................................................................................$9,252 Application Fee .....................................................................................................$50 Additional Fees ............................. $35 Student Health fee, Facility fee $15, $12.50 ........................................................................................... per credit hour course fee Admission Deadline 2009-2010 ...........................................................July 15, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-2010 ..................................................... March 1, 2009 In-state tuition and fees....................................................................................$4,311 Out-of State ....................................................................................................$9,252 Application Fee .....................................................................................................$50 Additional Fees ............................. $35 Student Health fee, Facility fee $15, $12.50 ........................................................................................... per credit hour course fee

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................3 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................9 Hours of Specialization...............................................................................9 Other (Internship) .......................................................................................3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exam, Thesis or Final Product ...............................................Not Required

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition awards: Eligibility criteria:

18-24 Graduate Research Assistanships: 1-2 Fellowships Strong application credentials, full-time status

DOCTORAL DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male

Female

Total

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters Doctoral 21 9 24 15

1 20 1 0 0 0 0 0 23

0 17 0 0 0 0 1 2 20

1 37 1 0 0 0 1 2 42

Accepted
20 21 7

Enrolled
10 5 13 6

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Yani Vozos Student Advisor (502) 852-8002 yani.vozos@louisville.edu

Year Initiated: 2000 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............................................................81 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/09 ..................................................21

Land Use and Environmental Planning, Housing and Community Development Spatial Analysis for Planning Administration of Planning Organizations
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Masters Specializations

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Doctor of Philosophy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Yani Vozos Student Advisor (502) 852-8002 yani.vozos@louisville.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American

Male 0 15 1 0 0 0 0 2 18

Female 0 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 9

Total 0 22 2 0 1 0 0 2

Year initiated 1988 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2008.........................................................60 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2008 ............................................3 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2005 to 8/31/2007 1. Urban Transportation: Analysis of Causes Leading to Rebirth of Light Rail 2. Regionalism in the New Globalized Economy: Politics of Scale and the Discourse of Regionalism - Comparative Politics of Two Japanese Global City Regions

Urban Planning and Development, Urban Policy and Administration

Doctoral Specializations

Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Masters degree in relevant subject 3.0 (Undergraduate)/3.5 (Graduate) 500V/ 500Q/ 4.5A 210 Not Required No Requirements

Total Students

27

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Steven Bourassa
KHC Real Estate Research Professor. Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (1988). Specializations: Housing, Land Policy, Urban Economics.

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Specialization...............................................................................9 Other (Dissertation) ..................................................................................12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: Students must pass 2 qualifying exams and complete a dissertation and oral defense of the dissertation.

(502) 852-5720

steven.bourassa@louisville.edu

John Gilderbloom

Professor. Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara (1983). Specializations: Housing and Community Development, International Planning. www.louisville.edu/org/sun

(502) 852-8557

jigild01@louisville.edu

Frank Goetzke

Assistant Professor. Ph.D., West Virginia University (2006). Specializations: Transportation Policy and Planning, Urban Economics.

(502) 852-8256

f0goet01@louisville.edu

Brown and Williamsen Distinguished Research Professor. Ph.D., New York University (1971). Specializations: Political Economy, Politics, and Governance, Comparative Urban Development, Urban Public Management.

H. V. Savitch

(502) 852-7929

hvsavi01@louisville.edu

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David M. Simpson

Fifth Third Bank Professor of Community Development. Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1996). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Citizen Participation, Conflict Management. hazardcenter.louisville.edu

AICP

FYI
Planning Student Organization Web Site: pso.louisville.edu

(502) 852-8019

dave.simpson@louisville.edu

Sumei Zhang

Assistant Professor, PhD. The Ohio State University (2007) Specializations: Land Use Planning, Planning Theory, Research Methods

(502) 852-7915

sumei.zhang@louisville.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Tony Arnold
Boehl Chair in Property and Land Use Law. J.D., Stanford University (1990). Specializations: Land Use and Environmental Law

(502) 852-6388

tony.arnold@louisville.edu

Adjunct Lecturer. MA, Webster University (1975). Specialization: Real Estate Development.

William Cahaney

(502) 213-2380

william.cahaney@kctcs.net

Carrie Donald

Associate Professor. JD, University of Louisville (1975). Specializations: Labor Management, Labor Law, Labor Relations, Workplace Issues of Women and Minorities. www.louisville.edu/cbpa/lmc

(502) 852-6449

cgdona01@louisville.edu

Steven Koven

Professor. Ph.D., University of Florida (1982). Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Politics and Governance, Public Finance.

(502) 852-8257

sgkove01@louisville.edu

Clara Leuthart

Associate Professor. Ph.D., University of Louisville (1975). Specialization: Environmental Planning.

(502) 852-6844

caleut01@louisville.edu RLA

Michael McCoy

Adjunct Lecturer. MLA, University of Virginia (1984). Specializations: Neighborhood Planning, Site Planning.

(502) 893-3550

michael.mccoy@insightbb.com AICP

John I. Trawick

Adjunct Lecturer. MBA, Bellarmine University (1999). Specialization: Neighborhood Planning.

(502) 589-0343

jackt@centerforneighborhoods.org AICP

Adjunct Lecturer. MA, University of Arkansas (1999). Specialization: Professional Practice.

Dawn Warrick

(502) 574-5178

dawn.warrick@louisvilleky.gov

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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK


School of Architecture, Planning And Preservation
College Park, Maryland 20742 Phone (301) 405-6795 Fax (301) 314-9583 www.arch.umd.edu/planning James R. Cohen, Program Director Phone: (301) 405-6795 E-mail: jimcohen@umd.edu

MA/MS PAB
University Admission Policy:

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from accredited institution 3.0 GPA of 3.50, need not take GRE Required Not Required Graduate school application, statement of purpose, official academic transcript and GRE scores; may accept 9 transfer credits toward MCP (make transfer request on official application).

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ...................................................... December 15, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .................................................. December 15, 2009 In-State Tuition and Fees .................................................................. $471/credit hour Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees ................................... $1016/credit hour Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$50 Additional Fees: .............................................$337 to $593 per semester, Mandatory

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................18 Field Internships .........................................................................................3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ................................... Optional Final Paper

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

Admission Deadline 2009-10.......................................................December 15, 2008 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10.........................................................January 1, 2008 In-State Tuition and Fees ................................................................. $471/credit hour Out-of-State/ international Tuition and Fees ................................... $602/credit hour Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$50 Additional Fees: .............................................$337 to $593 per semester, Mandatory

DOCTORAL DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Graduate Assistantship, Lefrak Fellowship, Amounts vary each year. Eligibility Criteria: Based on GPA, GRE, professional experience, extracurricular activities and statement of purpose.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters Doctoral 131 60 166 63

Accepted
66 81 9

Enrolled
25 9 29 4

2008 2009 2008 2009 2008 2009

Male 0 23 4 0 0 0 0 2 29

Female 0 31 6 0 0 0 0 2 39

Total 0 54 10 0 0 0 0 4 68

MASTERS DEGREE
Masters of Community Planning
Contact Person: James R. Cohen, Director Phone: (301) 405-6795 E-mail jimcohen@umd.edu

Year Initiated: 1973 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/09...........................................................322 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 5/31/09 ..................................................23

Community, Housing & Economic Development; Urban Design; Land Use and Growth Management; Social Planning, Organization and Administration; Transportation Planning; International Planning; Real Estate Development

Masters Specializations

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 15th Edition | Page 201

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Urban and Regional Planning and Design
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Marie Howland, Director of Ph.D Program (301) 405-6791 mhowland@umd.edu

Alexander Chen

Associate Professor. MUP, New York University (1976); Ph.D., University of Michigan (1981). Specializations: Quantitative Methods, Community Mapping, Housing and Neighborhood Planning. www.arch.umd.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.cfm/planning

(301) 405-6798

achen@umd.edu

Year Initiated 2002 Degrees Granted through 05/31/2009.........................................................7 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 5/31/08 ....................................................1

Associate Professor. MS, University of Arizona (1995); Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (2001). Specializations: Transportation Planning. www.arch.umd.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.cfm/planning

Kelly Clifton

(301) 405-5495

kclifton@eng.umd.edu

Land Use Planning, Urban Spatial Structure, Economic Development, Urban Design, Community Social Development, International Planning
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Departmental Requirement: No requirements No requirements Masters degree in related field, but not exclusively planning, preservation, architecture. 2 semesters of graduate level quantitative methods. Fall admissions only.

Doctoral Specializations

James Cohen

Lecturer. MRP (1985) and Ph.D. (1981) Cornell University. Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management, Environmental Planning, Planning History & Theory. www.arch.umd.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.cfm/planning

(301) 405-6795

jimcohen@umd.edu

Chengri Ding

Associate Professor. MS, Sinica Academy of Sciences (1989); Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1996). Specializations: GIS, Urban and Regional Economic Analysis, International Development Planning. www.arch.umd.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.cfm/planning

(301) 405-6626

cding@umd.edu

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

William Hanna

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................12 Field Specialty Courses ............................................................................15 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................6 Dissertation Research .................................................................................6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................39 Exam,Thesis or Final Product:....... Comprehensive exams in 2 fields; oral defense of dissertation proposal; final dissertation

Professor. MA (1960) and Ph.D. (1962), University of California, LA. Specializations: Community Development, International Development Planning, Urban and Regional Development Planning. www.arch.umd.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.cfm/planning

(301) 405-4005

bhanna@umd.edu

Marie Howland

Professor. MCP, University of California, Berkeley (1974); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1981). Specializations: Economic Development Planning, International Development Planning, Rural Development, Urban & Regional Economics. www.arch.umd.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.cfm/planning

PLANNING FACULTY
Howell S. Baum
Professor. MA, University of Pennsylvania (1978); MCP (1971) and Ph.D. (1974), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Community Development, Planning Practice, Planning Theory, Politics and Government and Social Policy/Human Services. www.arch.umd.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.cfm/planning

(301) 405-6791

mhowland@umd.edu

Gerrit Knaap

Professor. MS and Ph.D., University of Oregon (1978). Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management, Metropolitan/Regional Planning, Urban and Regional Economics. www.smartgrowth.umd.edu/whoweare/facultyandstaff-gerritknaap.htm

(301) 405-6083

gknaap@umd.edu

(301) 405-6792

hbaum@umd.edu AICP

Qing Shen

Sidney Brower

Professor. MCP, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1964). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Housing and Neighborhood Planning, Physical Planning/Urban Design, Urban and Regional Economics. www.arch.umd.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.cfm/planning

Professor. MA, University of British Columbia, Canada (1986); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1993). Specializations: Transportation Planning, Metropolitan Planning, Urban Economics, Methods and GIS. www.arch.umd.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.cfm/planning

(301) 405-6797

qshen@umd.edu

(301) 405-6796

sbrower@umd.edu

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OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Adjunct Professor. MS, University of Arizona, Ph.D., University of Washington. Specializations: Urban and Regional Policy, Land Use Governance, Economic Geography

Andrew B. Frank

John I. Carruthers

Lecturer. BA, Rutgers University (1989); MA, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1993). Specializations: Community Development, Planning Theory, Real Estate Development.

Stephen J. Karina

john_i_carruthers@hud.gov AICP

Adjunct Professor. MA, University of Wyoming (1973); Ph.D. (1978) and JD (1988), University of Maryland. Specializations: Planning Law. www.martindale.com/Stephen-J-Karina/358160-lawyer.htm

Lecturer. BA (1979) and MA (1982), University of Maryland, College Park. Specializations: Community Development, Environmental Planning, Housing and Neighborhood Planning.

Celia Craze

Adjunct Professor. BA, Harvard College (1958); JD, Harvard Law School (1961). Specializations: Real Estate Development. www.puaf.umd.edu/facstaff/faculty/falk.html

David Falk

AICP

dfalk@umd.edu

IS PLANNING THE CAREER FOR ME?


Are you interested in positive social, economic, environmental, and physical change? Do you want to work with people from various backgrounds to develop a better community? Do you like to communicate with others about ideas, programs, and plans? Are you challenged by complex problemsand excited about being part of a cooperative process to devise solutions to those problems? Do you think about the futureabout what could berather than about what is?

If you answered "YES" to any of these questions, you should seriously consider becoming a planner!

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UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS
Graduate Program in City and Regional Planning
208 McCord Hall Memphis Tennessee 38152 Phone (901) 678-2161 Fax (901) 678-4162 http://planning.memphis.edu Kenneth Reardon, Ph.D., Director Phone (901) 678-2161 E-Mail: kreardon@memphis.edu

MA/MS PAB
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


No Requirements No Requirements No Requirements No Requirements Not Required No Requirements

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2010-2011 for Masters program ............................ July 1, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-2011 for Masters program ........................ July 1, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees .............................................................$4,084 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees......................................................$9,502 per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................................$35 Additional Fees: .........................................................................................................0

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................15 Other ...........................................................................................................3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exams or Written Requirements:: ...... Comprehensive exams and Written Capstone Project.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition Awards: Eligibility Criteria:

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Graduate Assistantship: Stipend + Tuition Federal Financial Aid; Workstudy Program Letter of application, 2 letters of recommendation, statement of career goals Federal Guidelines

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 26 26

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Accepted
19 20

Enrolled
10 14

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Male 0 18 0 1 0 0 0 1

Female 1 3 6 0 0 0 0 0

Total 1 21 6 1 0 0 0 1

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City & Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Kenneth M. Reardon, Director (901) 678-2610 kreardon@memphis.edu

Year Initiated: 1974 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................198 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 5/31/08 ....................................................7

City and Regional Planning Community Planning & Development Youth Participation & Planning Strategic Planning for Schools and Neighborhoods Sustainable Development

Masters Specializations

Total Students

19

10

29

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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PLANNING FACULTY
Phyllis Betts
Associate Professor, PhD, University of Chicago,PhD., Associate Professor, School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy. Specializations: Housing, Community Development and Public Safety.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Thomas Fox
Assistant Professor. MURP, University of New Orleans; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Computer Applications, Military Planning.

(901) 678-2161

Professor: BA, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; MUP, Hunter College, CUNY; Ph.D., Cornell University. Specializations: Neighborhood Planning, Community Development, Municipal Reform, Community and University Partnerships. http://planning.memphis.edu

Ken Reardon

Hsiang-te Kung

(901) 678-2610

kreardon@memphis.edu FAICP

Professor. BS, University of Chinese Culture; MS and Ph.D., University of Tennessee. Specializations: Urban Hydrology, Urban Physical Environment, GIS, Water Resources. http://www.people.memphis.edu/~hkung/

(901) 678-4538

hkung@memphis.edu

Gene Pearson

Esra Ozdenerol

Associate Professor Emeritus. MURP, University of Mississippi. Specializations: Land Development Policy, Urban Design, Mass Transit. http://planning.memphis.edu

(901) 678-2161

gpearson@memphis.edu

Assistant Professor. BS, University of Ankara, Turkey; PhD, 2000, MS, Louisiana State University. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Community Participation GIS, Geovisualization, Spatial Analytical Methods and Modeling.

Susan Roakes

Phillip Poteet

Associate Professor. BA, Virginia Polytechnic Institute; MSP, University of Tennessee; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison. Specializations: Policy Implementation, Land Use Planning, Urban Land Economics, Community Schools. http://planning.memphis.edu

Assistant Professor. BS and MCRP, University of Memphis. Specializations: Planning, Architectural Design. http://planning.memphis.edu/

(901) 678-2161

ppoteet@memphis.edu

(901) 678-4560

sroakes@memphis.edu

Professor. B.Arch., Miami University; M.Arch., Virginia Polytechnic University; MA and Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Planning Theory, Site Planning & Regional Planning, Quantitative Methods, Urban Design. http://www.people.memphis.edu/~rbanai/

Reza Banai

FYI

(901) 678-4559

rbanai@memphis.edu

Charles Santo

Assistant Professor. B.A., Washington & Lee University (1996); M.U.R.P., Virginia Commonwealth University (1999); Ph.D., Portland State University, (2005). Specialization: Housing, Economic Development, Youth Participation.

(901) 678-3566

csanto@memphis.edu

Assistant Professor. BA, Auburn University; M.Ed., University of West Georgia; MBA, Mississippi State University. Specializations: Economic Development. http://planning.memphis.edu/

T. Steve Redding

Pyramid Arena in downtown Memphis, former home of Tigers Basketball

(901) 678-4558

tredding@memphis.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
2000 Bonisteel Boulevard Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2069 Phone (734) 764-1298 Fax (734) 763-2322 E-mail: urp@umich.edu http://www.tcaup.umich.edu/urp Jonathan Levine, Program Chair Phone (734) 764-1298 E-mail: jnthnlvn@umich.edu

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

No Requirements not specified not specified 220/560 (Univ.); 250/600 (Dept.) Not Required Microeconomics & Statistics but can be taken 1st semester.

Hours of Core ..................................................................................... 20-27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ......................................... 6-9 Hours of Restricted Electives ................................................................. 3-6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................................................... 19-28 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ...............................................Not Required

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2010-11 ........................................................... January 5, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 ....................................................... January 5, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees ........................................................ $10,683 per semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees ............................ $16,513 per semester Application Fee: . $60-Domestic $75-International Additional Fees: ....... .. $95 per semester

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Fellowships Eligibility Criteria: Graduate Student Assistantships Eligibility Criteria: Merit-based (GSI) Merit-based

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

DOCTORAL DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Doctoral Deadline 2010-11 ............................................................... January 9, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees ......................................................... $10,683 per semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees ............................ $16,513 per semester Application Fee: . $60-Domestic $75-International Additional Fees: ....... .. $95 per semester

Male 3 45 3 2 2 0 3 9

Female 1 27 3 1 4 0 7 16

Total 4 72 6 3 6 0 10 25

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters Doctoral 197 48 190 59

Accepted
163 6 179 5

Enrolled
49 4 60 3

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Beverly Walter, Admissions Coordinator (734) 763-3075 beverlyw@umich.edu

Year Initiated: 1970 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/08.........................................................1247 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................37

Land Use & Environmental Planning, Housing, Community & Economic Development, Physical Planning & Urban Design, Transportation Planning, Planning in Developing Countries
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Masters Specializations

Total Students

67

59

126

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban & Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Scott Campbell, Coordinator of Doctoral Studies (734) 763-2077 sdcamp@umich.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 0 9 1 0 0 0 0 1 10

Female 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 4 13

Total 0 18 1 0 0 0 0 5

Year Initiated 1968 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2008.......................................................177 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2008 ............................................6 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2006 to 8/31/2007 ....................................3 1. "Planning at the Edge: Planning Capacity, Growth Pressure, and Growth Management at the Urban Fringe" 2. Why Cooperate? An evaluation of the formation and persistence of voluntary regional land use cooperative arrangements in Michigan 3. Planning a Metropolitan Atlanta: The Atlanta Regional Commission, 1970-2002

Computers/GIS, Community Development, Economic Development, Environmental Planning, Housing, International Development, Land Use/ Growth Management, Physical Planning, Real Estate Development, Transportation, Urban/ Regional Development, Urban Design/Landscape & Technological Planning

Doctoral Specializations

Total Students

23

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Maria Arquero de Alarcon
Assistant Professor: Dipl. Architecture, E.T.S.A. Madrid Polytechnic University (2001): MASLA, ETH Zurich (2004); MLAUD, GSD Harvard University (2008). Specializations: Interdisciplinary Design with a Focus on Multi-scalar Landscape and Urban Strategies; Techniques of Visualization and Representation.

DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement:

None 3.3 (Undergraduate); 3.5 (Graduate) Required 560 (Paper); 220 (Computer); 84 (Internet) Masters degree in planning or related field preferred

marquero@umich.edu

Scott D. Campbell

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Associate Professor. BAS, Stanford University (1980); MCP (1985) and Ph.D. (1990), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Planning Theory & History, Quantitative Methods, Regional Economic Development, Environmental Economics, Comparative Urbanization.

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................10 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ....................................... 24-36 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: ................ Exams and Dissertation (Thesis)

(734) 763-2077

sdcamp@umich.edu

Assistant Professor. BS (1996), MS (1999), Beijing University, Ph.D. (2004), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Urban Economics and Urban Policies, Real Estate Development and Finance, Land Use Economics and Policies, Housing Economics and Policy.

Lan Deng

(734) 936-0951

landeng@umich.edu

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Margaret E. Dewar

Professor. AB, Wellesley College (1970); MCP, Harvard University (1974); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1979). Specializations: State, Local & Community Economic Development Planning, Planning for Declining Industries, Industrial Policy, Processes of Regional Restructuring.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Peter Allen
Adjunct Lecturer. MBA, University of Michigan (1973). Specialization: Real Estate Development.

(734) 763-2528

medewar@umich.edu AICP

ptallen@umich.edu
Professor: BS, Northern Arizona University (1970); MA (1971), Ph.D. (1977) University of Michigan. Specializations: Diversity Issues in Urban Policy, Planning, and Higher Education; Quantitative Methods in Racial, Ethnic, and African American Studies.

Joseph Grengs

Phillip Bowman

Assistant Professor. MSE, University of Minnesota Institute of Technology (1989); MP, University of Minnesota (1997); Ph.D., Cornell University (2002). Specializations: Transportation Planning & Policy, Urban Politics, Community Development, Planning Methods & International Development.

(734) 764-6497

pjbowman@umich.edu

(734) 763-1114

grengs@umich.edu

Bunyan Bryant

Larissa Larsen

Assistant Professor. BAS (1989) and MLA (1992), University of Guelph; Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1997). Specializations: Landscape Architecture, Design and Planning.

Professor. BS, Eastern Michigan University (1958); MSW (1965), Ph.D. (1970) University of Michigan. Specializations: Environmental Advocacy, Policy and Justice.

(734) 763-2470

bbryant@umich.edu

(734) 936-0234

larissal@umich.edu

Christopher Leinberger

Professor of Practice, MBA Harvard Business School (1976). Director of the Real Estate Development Certificate Program. Specializations: Downtown Redevelopment, Real Estate Company Strategic Planning, Metropolitan Development Trends, Real Estate Development, Real Estate Market and Financial Analysis.

Professor. BA (1969),Wesleyan University; MA (1971), Ph.D. (1977) University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Community Organization, Social Planning and Neighborhood Development.

Barry Checkoway

(734) 763-5960

barrych@umich.edu

Robert Fishman

(734) 764-9453

cleinber@umich.edu

Professor. A.B., Stanford University (1968); Ph.D., Harvard University (1974). Specializations: History of Urban Design and Planning.

Jonathan Levine

(734) 764-6885

fishmanr@umich.edu

Professor. MCP (1982), MS (1987) and Ph.D. (1990), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Transportation & Land Use Planning, Regulation & Markets in Metropolitan Development, Public Transit Planning & Evaluation, Public Economics.

Monica Ponce de Leon

Dean/Professor. M.Arch., Harvard Graduate School (1991) Specializations: Urban Design

(734) 763-0039

jnthnlvn@umich.edu

June Manning Thomas

Douglas Kelbaugh

Professor: BA, Michigan State University (1970), Ph.D., University of Michigan (1977). Specializations: Planning History, Urban Redevelopment, Neighborhood Planning, Social Equity in Planning.

Professor. M.Arch., Princeton University (1972). Specializations: Urban Design, Land Use, New Urbanism.

kelbaugh@umich.edu

Associate Professor. MA and MEM, Duke University (1987); JD, University of North Carolina (1998); Ph.D., University of North Carolina (2001). Specializations: Planning Theory & History, Quantitative Methods, Regional Economic Development, Environmental Economics, Comparative Urbanization.

Richard Norton

Adjunct Professor: BS (1966), MS (1969), Ph.D. (1975), State University of New York at Buffalo. Specializations: Travel Behavior, Transportation Safety, Mobility and Accessibility.

Lidia Kostyniuk

(734) 763-2466

lidakost@umich.edu

(734) 936-0197

rknorton@umich.edu

Gavin Shatkin

Associate Professor: BA, Furman University (1992), MA (1994), Ph.D. (1999), University of Virginia. Specializations: 20th Century United States, Urban/Suburban, Political, Social, Southern, Popular Culture.

Matthew Lassiter

Associate Professor. MURP, University of Hawaii (1996); Ph.D., Rutgers University (2001). Specializations: Community & Economic Development Planning, Planning in Developing Countries, Political Economy of Urban Development, Planning Theory, Research Methods.

(734) 647-4618

mlassite@umich.edu

David Thacher

(734) 763-2075

shatkin@umich.edu

AssociateProfessor. BS (1992) and BA (1992), University of California,Los Angeles; MUP, University of Michigan (1994); Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1999). Specializations: Public Management,Crime Policy, Ethics, Housing & Community Development.

(734) 615-4074

dthacher@umich.edu

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FYI
Joint Degree Programs:
o MUP/M.Arch. o MUP/MBA o MUP/JD o MUP/MSW o MUP/MS in Resource Policy & Behavior o MUP/MLA (Landscape Architecture) o MUP/MPP (Public Policy) o MUP/MPH (Health Beh./Health Ed.) o MUP/MUD (Urban Design) o MUP/MPH (Epidemiology or Health Mgmt. & Policy) o MUP/MS (Res. Ecology & Mgmt.) o MUP/MS (Information) o MUP/Ph.D. (e.g., Sociology, Anthropology, Classical Archaeology, & Architecture)

Capstone presentation; "Filling in the Gaps: A Plan for Vacant Properties in Osborn

WHAT IS URbAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING?


Urban and regional planners do many types of jobs and are involved in almost any kind of government or private activity which seeks to affect the future or respond to community change. The majority of planners work in traditional planning areas such as land use, environmental protection, economic development, transportation, community design, housing, and social planning. However individual planners can still have a wide variety of responsibilities within these broadly defined specialities. Other planners work in less traditional areas, often with people from other disciplines, such as healthy communities or energy development or school planning. Some planners become generaliststhey develop a level of expertise in several substantive areas. Others become specialists and define themselves as housing or transportation or environmental planners.

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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs
301 Ninteenth Avenue South Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455 Phone (612) 624-3800 Fax (612) 625-3513 E-mail: hhhadmit@umn.edu www.hhh.umn.edu Ragui Assaad, Department Chair Phone (612) 625-4856 E-mail: assaad@umn.edu
University Admission Policy:

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement:

Bachelors degree from an accredited institution No minimum: 3.39 No minimum: 541/659/4.6 Average Scores of Present Students 550/213 (Univ.); 600/250/100 (Dept.) Not Required Resume, 3 letters of recommendation, and a statement of purpose.

Hours of Core ............................................................................... 25.5-26.5 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................3 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .................................................... 18.5-19.5 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exams or Written Requirements: ..... 400 hour professional internship only

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009-2010 for Masters program ......................... April 1, 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-2010 for Masters program ................ January 5, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees .......................................................... $7,191 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.................................................. $10,732 per semester Application Fee ......................................................$75(Domestic) $95(International) Additional Fees: .........................$852/Semester student health benefit plan assessed to those who do not have coverage.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition awards:

Eligibility criteria:

Teaching Assistantships: time, $6,350 salary, partial health/tuition benefits. Research Assistantships: time, $6350 salary, partial health/tuition benefits. Tuition scholarships and fellowships: $5,000 to $22,000 plus full tuition benefits Merit and Need

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 98 102

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know

Accepted
N/A N/A

Enrolled
33 38

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

Male 2 50 1 0 1 0 3 5 62

Female 1 36 4 1 4 0 0 2 48

Total 3 86 5 1 5 0 3 7 110

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban & Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Julie Harold, Director Graduate Student Services (612) 624-3800 hhhadmit@umn.edu

Year Initiated: 1999 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/08...........................................................352 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/08 ..................................................40

Land Use & Urban Design, Transportation Planning, Housing & Community Development, Economic Development & Workforce Planning, Environmental Planning

Masters Specializations

Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Total Students

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TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2007-2008 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Male 3 63 1 0 1 0 3 3 74

Female 1 36 5 1 1 0 0 3 47

Total 4 99 6 1 2 0 3 6 121

Assistant Professor. BE (1998) and ME (2001), Tsinghua University; MS (2005) and Ph.D. (2006) University of California, Davis. Specializations: Transportation Planning and Policy, Land Use Planning, Travel Behavior Analysis and Demand Modeling, Neighborhood Design and Public Health. www.hhh.umn.edu/people/jcao/index.html

Xinyu Cao

(612) 625-5671

Cao@umn.edu

Yingling Fan

Assistant Professor. BS, Southeast University, China (1997); Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2007). Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management, Transportation Planning and Policy, Time Geography, Urban Health. http://www.hhh.umn.edu/people/yfan/index.html

(612) 626-2930

yingling@umn.edu

Edward G. Goetz

Professor. BA, University of California, Riverside (1979); MA (1983) and Ph.D. (1987), Northwestern University. Specializations: Community Development, Housing & Neighborhood Planning. www.hhh.umn.edu/people/egoetz/index.html

(612) 624-8737

egoetz@umn.edu

Total Students

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Associate Professor. BS, Georgia Institute of Technology (1989); MS, University of Maryland (1991); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1998). Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management, Transportation Planning. www.ce.umn.edu/people/faculty/levinson

David Levinson

(612) 625-6354

levin031@umn.edu

PLANNING FACULTY
Ryan P. Allen
Assistant Professor. BA, The College of William and Mary (1997); MCP (2002) and Ph.D. (2007), Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Immigrant and Refugee Policy, Social Networks, Urban Planning in Diverse Communities. www.hhh.umn.edu/people/rallen/index.html

Greg H. Lindsey

Professor. BUP, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (1977); MA, Northeastern Illinois University (1987); MA (1989) and Ph.D. (1992) The Johns Hopkins University. Specializations:Environmental Planning and Management; Built Environment and Physical Activity. http://www.hhh.umn.edu/people/glindsey/

(612) 625-3375

linds301@umn.edu

(612) 625-5670

allen650@umn.edu

Ann R. Markusen

Ragui A. Assaad

Professor. BS and MS, Stanford University (1981); Ph.D., Cornell University (1991). Specializations: Community Development, Demography, Economic Development Planning, Impact Assessment, International Development & Planning. www.hhh.umn.edu/people/rassaad/index.html

Professor Emerita. BSFS, Georgetown University (1968); MA (1972) and Ph.D. (1974), Michigan State University. Specializations: Economic Development Planning, Arts and Culture Planning, Regional Planning, Political Economy. www.hhh.umn.edu/people/amarkusen/index.html

(612) 625-8092

markusen@umn.edu

(612) 626-8910

assaad@umn.edu

David G. Pitt

John M. Bryson

Professor. BA, Cornell University (1969); MA (1972), MS (1974) and Ph.D. (1987), Northwestern University. Specializations: Planning Practice, Planning Theory, Public Management/Strategic Planning. www.hhh.umn.edu/people/jmbryson/index.html

Professor. BA, Syracuse University; MLA, University of Massachusetts; Ph.D., University of Arizona (1986). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Environmental Psychology, Land Use/Growth Management, Landscape/Site Design, Natural Resource Planning. www.cala.umn.edu/landscape_architecture/fac/fac/pitt/intro.html

(612) 625-5888

bryso001@umn.edu

(612) 625-7370

pittx001@umn.edu

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Carissa Schively Slotterback

Assistant Professor. BA, Winona State University (1995); MCRP, Clemson University (1997); Ph.D., Florida State University (2004). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Land Use Planning, Planning & Public Processes, Sustainable Development. www.hhh.umn.edu/people/cschively/index.html

AICP

(612) 626-3193

schiv005@umn.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Richard S. Bolan
Professor Emeritus. BA, Yale University (1954); MCP, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1956); Ph.D., New York University (1974). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Metropolitan/Regional Planning, Planning Theory. www.hhh.umn.edu/people/dbolan/index.html

AICP

(612) 625-0128

bolan001@umn.edu

David Hollister

Professor. MSW (1962) and Ph.D. (1966), University of Michigan; PodtDoctoral Fellow, Stanford University (1978-79). Specializations: Citizen Participation/Community Organization, Social Policy/Human Services. http://ssw.che.umn.edu/Faculty_Profiles/Hollister_C_David.html

(612) 624-3695

dhollist@umn.edu

Associate Professor. BS, University of Minnesota (1985); MA (1988) and Ph.D. (1992), University of Michigan. Specializations: Analysis of Federal and State Taxation of Businesses, Consumption Taxation, Tax Reform, Local Fiscal Impact Models. http://www.apec.umn.edu/Laura_Kalambokidis.html

Laura Kalambokidis

(612) 625-1995

kalam002@umn.edu

Judith A. Martin

Professor. MA (1971 & 1973) and Ph.D. (1976), University of Minnesota. Specializations: Landscape & Cultural Concerns, Metropolitan Governance, Urban & Cultural Geography. www.geog.umn.edu/Faculty/Martin.html

(612) 626-1626

jmartin@umn.edu

Julian D. Marshall

Assistant Professor. BSE, Princeton University (1996); MS (2002) and Ph.D. (2005), University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Energy and Environmental Impacts of Transportation, Urban Growth Theory, Environmental Justice. http://www.ce.umn.edu/people/faculty/marshall/index.html

(612) 625-2397

julian@umn.edu

Myron W. Orfield, Jr.

Associate Professor. BA, University of Minnesota (1983); Ph.D. candidate, Princeton University (1983-84); J.D., University of Chicago Law School (1987). Specializations: Civil Rights, State and Local Government, State and Local Finance, Land Use, Questions of Regional Governance, Legislative Process. www.irpumn.org

(612) 625-7976

orfield@umn.edu

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UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURIKANSAS CITY


Epperson House 5100 Rockhill Road Kansas City, Missouri 64110 Phone (816) 235-1725 Fax (816) 235-5226 http://cas.umkc.edu/aupd Joy Swallow, Department Chair aupd@umkc.edu

BA

ACSP Member: FULL

Urban Planning and Design

PLANNING FACULTY
Michael Frisch
Associate Professor. BA, Earlham College (1983); MCP, MIT (1996); PhD, Rutgers (2002). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Economic Development, Land Use and Zoning, Community Development. (816) 235-6369 frischm@umkc.edu

AICP

Sungyop Kim

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Admission Deadline 2009-10 ................................................................ April 1, 2008 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .......................................................... March 1, 2008 In-State Tuition and Fees ....................................................... $310.25 per credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees................................................ $679.95 per credit hour Application Fee ......................................................................................................$35

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Assistant Professor. BA Sungkyunkwan (1994), University of Hawaii (1996), MURP University of Hawaii (2000) , PhD, University of Washington (2004). Specializations: Transportation, Land Use, GIS. (816) 235-6898 kims@umkc.edu

Joy Swallow

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Undergraduate 34 32

Associate Professor and Chair. B.Arch., (1980) Kansas State; M.Arch. (1986) and Teaching Certificate, Historic Preservation, University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Historic Preservation, Urban Design, Architecture. (816) 235-2998 swallowj@umkc.edu

AIA

Accepted
34 30

Enrolled
43 56

Jacob Wagner

07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09 07/08 08/09

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BA in Urban Planning and Design
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Stella Szymanski (816) 235-1725 aupd@umkc.edu

Assistant Professor. BA, University of Oregon (1994); MCRP, University of Oregon (1998); PhD, University of New Orleans (2004). Specializations: Community Development, Historic Preservation, Planning History, Planning Theory. (816) 235-6053 wagnerjaco@umkc.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Adjunct. M.Arch University of California at Berkeley, MA Cornell University, B.Arch Washington University, St Louis MO. Specialization: Historic Preservation Planning

Sylvia Rose Augustus

Year Initiated: 2002-03 Degrees Granted through May 2009 .......................................................32

Chris Brewster John Eck

Adjunct. BS, University of Delaware; JD, University of Missouri, Kansas City. Specializations: Planning Law.

AICP

Urban Design, Community Planning, Environmental Planning, Historic Preservation, Transportation Planning UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Departmental Requirement: No Requirements Minimum GPA: 2.5 / ACT 21 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: 21/ACT (Department)

Undergraduate Specializations

Adjunct. M.Arch University of Virginia, B.Arch Kansas State University Specialization: Architecture, Building Technology, Urban Design, Architectural Rendering Adjunct. B.Arch The University of Kansas. Specialization: New Urbanism

RA

Brian Hendrickson Vincent Gauthier

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS


Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 27 Hours of Studio Courses .......................................................................... 24 Hours of Restricted Elective ...................................................................... 9 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ................................................................ 21 Hours of General Education. ................................................................... 43 Total Required Hours In Planning Program .......................................... 124 Thesis or Final Product ............................................................ Not required

Adjunct. MAP, University of Tennessee; MA, Harvard. Specializations: Urban Redevelopment.

AICP

Kevin Klinkenberg Ted Seligson

Adjunct. B.Arch University of Kansas Specialization: New Urbanism Visiting Professor. B.Arch, Washington University. Specializations: Urban Design, Architecture.

AIA

FAIA

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Not available

Richard Wetzel

Adjunct. BArch University of Kansas, MBA University of Missouri Kansas City. Specialization: Urban Design

AIA

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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN
Community and Regional Planning Program
302 Architecture Hall Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0105 Phone (402) 472-9280 Fax (402) 472-3806 E-mail: crpinfo2@unl.edu http://planning.unl.edu Professor Kim L. Wilson, Program Director Phone (402) 472-9230 E-mail: kwilson4@unl.edu

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

Hours of Core ...........................................................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................3 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................................................... 18-24 Thesis or Professional Project ....................................................................6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exams or Written Requirements: .................. Comprehensive written exam ................................................. is one of three possible completion tracks.

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


Tuition Awards:

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline ..................................................................... Rolling admissions Financial Aid Deadline .................................... N/A Early application recommended *In-State Tuition and Fees ........................................... $224/credit hour per semester *Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.................................... $604/credit hour per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................................$45 *9-12 credit hours=Full Time

Up to six internship positions annually with local agencies include stipends and tuition waiver benefits. Occasional funded projects in the program include research assistantships with stipend and tuition waiver benefits. Several College of Architecture and University scholarships and fellowships are available on a competitive basis. Merit and Need

Eligibility Criteria:

TOTAL MASTER STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents


Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Annual Student Enrollment Applied


Masters 29 40

Male 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10

Female 0 9 1 0 0 0 0 1 11

Total 0 19 1 0 0 0 0 1 21

Accepted Enrolled
17 36 17 20

07/08 07/08 07/08 07/08 07/08 07/08

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Community and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Kim L. Wilson, Director (402) 472-9230 kwilson4@unl.edu

Year Initiated: 1974 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................364 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................4

Community and Regional Planning


MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy:

Masters Specializations

Total Students
Bachelors degree from an accredited institution Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3.0 Minimum GRE: Not required Minimum TOEFL Paper 550; Computer 213 Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Not Required

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

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PLANNING FACULTY
Associate Professor. BS in Urban Planning (1975), Iowa State University; MA in Urban and Regional Planning (1979) and MA in Economics (1980); PhD in Planning (1988), University of Southern California. Specializations: Economic Development Plannng, International Development and Planning, Quantitative Methods, Computer Applications in Planning.

FYI
Joint Masters Degrees:
o MCRP/Master of Architecture (MCRP/MArch) o MCRP/Juris Doctor (MCRP/JD) o MCRP/Master of Science in Civil Engineering (Transportation specialization) (MCRP/MSCE)

Rodrigo Cantarero

(402) 472-9278

rcantarero1@unl.edu

N. Brito Mutunayagam

Professor. BS in Civil Engineering (1963), University of Kerala, India; DTCP (1967), School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi; MEngg in Systems Engineering and Management (1974), Asian Institute of Technology; DEDP (1981), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Specializations: Regional Development and Planning, Planning Theory, Computer Applications in Planning.

(402) 472-9283

brito@unl.edu

Assistant Professor. BS in Sociology (1989) and MPA (1992), Yonsei University, Seoul; MCRP (1999) and PhD in City and Regional Planning (2004), University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, Urban Spatial Structure, Urban Modeling, Urban Policy.

Yunwoo Nam

(402) 472-9279

ynam2@unl.edu

Gordon Scholz

Professor. BArch (1968), University of NebraskaLincoln; MUP and MArch (1971), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; MBA (1975), University of Nebraska at Omaha. Specializations: Urban and Community Planning and Design, Land Use Planning, Historic Preservation Planning.

AICP

(402) 472-9284

gscholz1@unl.edu

ARCHITECTURE HALL, LOCATION OF CRP PROGRAM

Zhenghong Tang

Assistant Professor. BS in Land Management (1997), Hunan Normal University, China; MS in Soil Science (2000), Huazhong Agricultural University, China; PhD in Urban and Regional Science (2007), Texas A & M University. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy, Land Use Planning, Quantitative Methods, GIS Analysis, Urban and Regional Development Policy, International Planning.

(402) 472-9281

ztang2@unl.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY


Thomas Huston
Lecturer. BS in Business Administration (1982) and JD (1986), University of NebraskaLincoln. Specializations: Planning Law.

(402) 477-6900

thuston@clinewilliams.com

INTERIOR OF ARCHITECTURE HALL

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UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA
Department of Geography
201 Mackay Science Hall/154 Reno, Nevada 89557-0154 Phone (775) 784-6995 Facsimile (775) 784-1058 Email: geog@unr.edu www.unr.edu/geography Kate Berry, Chair Phone (775) 784-1865 / Email: kberry@unr.edu
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

MS

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Hours of Core ............................... Thesis option-14; Non-thesis option-21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................4 Hours of Restrictive Electives ....................................Non-thesis option 15 Hours of Unrestrictive Electives..... Thesis option-10; Non-thesis option 6 Total Hours in Planning Program . Thesis option-31; Non-thesis option-42 Exam, Thesis or Final Product ..Thesis and comprehensive exam required for thesis option. Exit exam required for non thesis option.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Teaching and Research Assistantships: $12,600/academic-year. Includes health insurance, non-resident tuition and grant in aid for partial tuition waivers. Number depends on funding available. Graduate Fellowships Eligibility Criteriacompetitive merit-based awards

Admission Deadline 2009-10 ......................................................... February 1, 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ......................................................................Various In-State Tuition and Fees ................................................$2,927/semester (12 credits) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.........................................$9,097/semester (12 credits) Application Fee ....................................................... $60; International students$95 Additional Fees ............................................................. International students $1,080

Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted


Masters 7 10 6 8

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Total Male Female Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Dont know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Enrolled
6 8

08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10

0 8 1 1 0 0 1 0 11

0 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 6

0 11 1 1 0 0 4 0 17

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Science in Land Use Planning Policy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: P. Anthony Brinkman, Director, Land Use Planning Policy Program (775) 784-4762 brinkman@unr.edu

Year Initiated: 1985 Degrees Granted through 8/31/08.............................................................48 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ....................................................6

Growth Management, Environmental Planning, Historical Preservation.


A completed baccalaureate degree from an appropriate accredited institution. Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3.0 Minimum GRE: As Required Minimum TOEFL: As Required Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Not Required Departmental Requirement: Graduate school application, 3 letters of recommendation, statement of purpose and goals and official college transcript(s).

Masters Specializations

Total Students

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


University Admission Policy:

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Assistant Professor. BS, Utah State University; MS, Utah State University; DDes, Harvard University. Specializations: Conservation Biology, Environmental Planning, GIS, Integrative Modeling.

Scott Bassett

(775) 784-1434

sbassett@unr.edu

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P. Anthony Brinkman

Assistant Professor. BA, University of Wisconsin, Madison; MS, University of Wisconsin, Madison; PhD, University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Ethics, Land Use, Theory, Transportation.

AICP

FYI
The Department of Geography offers a graduate program leading to a Masters of Science (MS) degree in Land Use Planning Policy aimed at preparing students for planning research or professional practice. The Land Use Planning Policy program curriculum is multi-disciplinary, taking full advantage of a wide-range of planning and planning-related courses offered in Geography and in over twenty other disciplines campus-wide. It offers emphases in three critical sub-fields of land use planning and stresses in all areas a holistic policy approach for addressing the planning challenges of the Twenty-first Century. The Department also offers a graduate program leading to a Ph.D. in Geography with, inter alia, emphases in various areas related to land use planning.

(775) 784-4762

brinkman@unr.edu

AFFILIATED FACULTY
Kate Berry
Associate Professor and Chair. BS, Northern Arizona University; MS, Colorado State University; PhD, University of Colorado, Boulder. Specializations: Law and Public Policy, Water Resources, Historical Geography, Identity Studies.

(775) 784-1865

kberry@unr.edu

Mella Rothwell Harmon

BA, University of California, Berkeley; MS, University of Nevada, Reno. Specializations: Historic Preservation, Architectural History.

mellah@unr.edu

Professor. BA Stanford; MA and PhD Syracuse. Specializations: Urban Geography, Political Geography, Cultural Landscape Analysis.

Gary J. Hausladen

hausl@unr.edu

BA, University of California, Berkeley; MA, Indiana University, Bloomington; PhD, Indiana University, Bloomington. Specializations: Qualitative Research Methods-Fieldwork, Vernacular Architecture, Western Culture and Heritage.

Jeanne Harrah Johnson

jharrahj@gmail.com

Hilary F. Lopez

CENTRAL CAMPUS

Photo Credit: Tyler Keck

Chief of Federal Programs, Nevada Housing Division. BA, Bard College; MS, University of Nevada, Reno; PhD, University of Denver. Specializations: Urban Geography, Housing, Land Use.

hlopez@nvhousing.state.nv.us

Scott A. Mensing

Professor. BA, MA, PhD University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Biogeography, Fire History, Invasion of Exotic Species, Early Agriculture.

smensing@unr.edu

Professor. BA University of California, San Diego; MA & PhD, University of California, Berkeley. Specializations: Cartography & Graphic Representation, Natural Resources, Cultural Geography, Agriculture.