MASTER OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING
Alabama A&M University College of Agricultural, Life and Natural Sciences
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The Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) degree prepares students to become competent professional planners who possess the knowledge, skills and values to formulate plans and improve the quality of public and private development decisions in order to meet the social, economic and physical needs of the culturally diverse urban and rural communities in which they hope to work.
The Master of Urban and Regional Planning program aims
To offer a core-planning curriculum that provides a comprehensive understanding of the roles and functions of planning in the development of human settlement.
To provide students the choice of four areas of concentration: environmental, housing and community development, transportation planning, and international planning. Each of area of concentration offers a wide range of electives.
To provide the knowledge, skills and values required for professional planning practice.