Program Coordinator: Anuradha Mukherji (211-A Brewster Building; 252-328-5357; firstname.lastname@example.org)
The master of science in planning and development offers students both the theoretical background and practical skills and experience applicable to the planning profession at all levels of public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
There are three concentrations in the degree from which students can choose: coastal and environmental planning; rural and regional planning; and urban and community planning.
Minimum degree requirement is 30 s.h. as follows: