Urban planning is a diverse, interconnected field. It will call you to solve complex problems as you help shape communities into sustainable, empowering places to live, work, and play. You’ll consider history, ecology, law, and economics as you navigate relationships and policies that influence place.

Our program—the only one of its kind in Indiana—will outfit you with the expertise, confidence, and connections to build a successful, fulfilling career. We’re a supportive, expert community focused on sustainability, innovation, and hands-on, relevant learning. Both the BUPD and the MURP degrees are accredited through 2022.

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Bachelor of Urban Planning and Development

If you’re interested in planning cities of the future, our bachelor of urban planning and development will provide you with a solid grounding in the broad concepts and specific skills needed to excel in the public and private sectors. Learn more.

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Master of Urban and Regional Planning

Our interdisciplinary, hands-on graduate program will prepare you for an exciting, in-demand career planning and designing for the future. We offer two options: a standard two-year degree and an accelerated one-year degree for graduates of an institution accredited by the American Planning Association. Learn more.

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Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development

Enhance your qualifications by delving into the specific demands of real estate development. Learn more.

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Minor in Urban Planning 

Our 20-credit-hour minor in urban planning will help you understand how communities deal with growth, change, and renewal in ways that will maintain and improve the community’s quality of life. Learn more.

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Minor in Real Estate Development

Our 25-credit-hour minor in real estate development is an interdisciplinary approach to land and property development, management, mortgage banking, and sales. Learn more.