Nationally Ranked, Engaged Planning
The School of City & Regional Planning supports the next generation of ambitious planning professionals by starting with a diverse community. The School's students' backgrounds, experiences, and education reflect the variety and richness of contemporary society. Students, faculty, and researchers work together to create new tools for making cities more sustainable, resilient, and just. We design cities, regions and, more broadly, the future.
The Master degree in City and Regional Planning (MCRP) is ranked 10th in the nation by Planetizen, and admission into each of our programs is highly selective. Although the School only offers graduate degrees, undergraduate students may obtain a Minor in Sustainable Cities, a certificate in Real Estate Development, and take classes that enhance their studies at Georgia Tech.
Students pursue research in economic & community development, housing, land use, environment, transportation, planning theory, collaborative governance and urban design.
We offer the Master of City and Regional Planning, the Master of Science in Geographic Information Science and Technology, the Master of Science in Urban Design. The College of Design also offers a Master of Real Estate Development.
Our certificate in Real Estate Development is open to all undergraduate students. We also offer a minor in Sustainable Cities and a variety of other courses.