Urban and Regional Planning - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Land and Property Development

The Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning offers a 5-year Bachelor of Science and Master of Land and Property Development degree program.

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
FallSemester Credit Hours
ENGL 104 Composition and Rhetoric 3
MATH 141 Finite Mathematics 3
URPN 201 The Evolving City 3
POLS 206 American National Government 3
American history 3
 Semester Credit Hours15
Spring
ARCH 250
Survey of World Architecture History II
or History of Building Technology
3
URPN 220 Digital Communication I 3
MATH 142 Business Calculus 3
POLS 207 State and Local Government 3
American history 3
 Semester Credit Hours15
Second Year
Fall
URPN 301 3
RENR 205 Fundamentals of Ecology 3
ECON 202 Principles of Economics 3
URPN 325 Introduction to GIS in Urban and Regional Planning 3
Social and behavioral sciences 3
 Semester Credit Hours15
Spring
URPN 210 Urban Analytical Methods I 3
RENR 375 Conservation of Natural Resources 3
Language, philosophy and culture 3
Life and physical sciences 5
Select one of the following Sociology electives: 3
Classical Sociological Theory  
Population and Society  
Social Problems  
 Semester Credit Hours17
Third Year
Fall
ENGL 301 3
URPN 310 Urban Analytical Methods II 3
URPN 330 Land Development I 3
RENR 215 Fundamentals of Ecology--Laboratory 1
Concentration/Directed elective 6
 Semester Credit Hours16
Spring
URPN 302 Planning Law 3
URPN 331 Public and Private Infrastructure Funding 3
URPN 469 Urban Infrastructure 3
Concentration/Directed elective 3
Elective 4
 Semester Credit Hours16
Fourth Year
Fall
URPN 494
Internship
or Internship
6
Elective 6
 Semester Credit Hours12
Spring
URPN 401 Policy Implementation 3
URPN 493 Urban and Regional Studies Capstone Course 5
ACCT 640 Accounting Concepts and Procedures I 3
FINC 635 Survey of Finance 3
 Semester Credit Hours14
Fifth Year
 Semester Credit Hours0
 Total Semester Credit Hours120
1

A grade of B or better is required for graduate level courses.

2

To be selected in consultation with student's advisory committee.

A grade of C or better is required in all courses to satisfy Urban and Regional Planning degree requirements