Master of Community Planning Concentrations

Each MCP student formulates a concentration during his or her two years in the program, and this concentration can be designed to address specific interests or future career plans. While concentrations are not required by the program, the following represent five traditional approaches that a student might take:

The courses to match these concentrations will be selected by the student with the advice of the graduate program director and the student's faculty adviser. Students may also elect a to select courses based on certificate programs in Historic Preservation, Urban Design or Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

Master of Community Planning


Admission Requirements




Additional Information
for the Master of Community
Planning Program

Joint Degrees

Career Opportunities

Financial Assistance


Additional Educational Opportunities
through the School of Planning

International programs

US Peace Corps

Study Abroad