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This GUIDE was prepared as a public service by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP), a consortium of university based programs offering degrees and credentials in urban and regional planning. ACSP hopes to encourage a wide range of high school and undergraduate students to consider a rewarding and challenging career in planning. ACSP promotes education, research, service, and outreach in the United States and throughout the world by seeking to: • recognize diverse needs and interests in planning; • strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences, and community engagement; • improve and enhance the accreditation process, and; • extend planning beyond the classroom into the world of practice. If you are interested in a career in which you can help your community, influence the direction of growth and change, and build a better future, you should read this GUIDE.

OBJECTIVES
This GUIDE is designed to show you: • how fulfilling a career in planning might be; • the wide variety of jobs which urban and regional planners do; • the kind of education and training you need to become a planner; • the range of universities which offer planning education and training; and • how you might choose a university planning program matched to your interests and needs.

IS PLANNING THE CAREER FOR ME?
• Are you interested in positive social, economic, environmental, and physical change? • Do you want to work with people from various backgrounds to develop a better community? • Do you like to communicate with others about ideas, programs and plans? • Are you challenged by complex problems and excited about being part of a cooperative process to devise solutions to those problems? • Do you think about the future?About what could be rather than about what is? If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, you should seriously consider becoming a planner!

TABLE OF CONTENTS
WHAT DO PLANNERS DO?...................................................................................................................... -iPLANNING SPECIALIZATIONS............................................................................................................. -iiLAND USE PLANNING ............................................................................................................... -iiENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING ................................................................................................. -iiECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNING . .............................................................................. -iiTRANSPORTATION PLANNING ................................................................................................ -iiHOUSING, SOCIAL, AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING ................................ -iii-

OTHER IMPORTANT PLANNING JOBS .......................................................................................... -iiiWILL I GET A JOB? .................................................................................................................................... -iiiHOW CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PLANNING? ...............................................................-ivA PLANNER’S EDUCATION ....................................................................................................................-viHOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST PLANNING PROGRAM ...........................................................-viiHOW TO USE THIS GUIDE ...................................................................................................................-viiiLISTINGS BY SCHOOL
ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY ...................................................................................................................... 1 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ...................................................................................................................... 3 AUBURN UNIVERSITY ................................................................................................................................... 6 BALL STATE UNIVERSITY .............................................................................................................................. 8 BOSTON UNIVERSITY .................................................................................................................................. 11 CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY, SAN LUIS OBISPO ................................................... 14 CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA ................................................................. 18 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDGE .................................................................................... 21 THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA ............................................................................................. 23 CLEMSON UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................... 25 CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................... 28 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................. 30 CORNELL UNIVERSITY................................................................................................................................ 34 EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY ................................................................................................................... 39 EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................ 40

............................... 123 STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY ................................... 104 RUTGERS................................... 100 PRATT INSTITUTE ..................................................... SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 126 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY........................ 137 TUFTS UNIVERSITY ......................................................................................................... 64 KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY .............................................................................................................................................................. 50 GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ............................................................................. 171 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE ...................... 66 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ............................................................................................................... MANKATO ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 80 MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY ..................................................................................................... THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY ........................................................................................... 68 MCGILL UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................. 140 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK .... 146 UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA ............................................................................................................... 176 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.......................................................................................... 155 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE ............................................................................................................ 152 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY ......................................................................................................................... 82 MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY .......... 121 SAN JOSÉ STATE UNIVERSITY .................................................................................................................................. 74 MIAMI UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................. 52 HARVARD UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................... 96 PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 59 IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY ...... 76 MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 119 SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................... 163 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI ................................................................. 83 THE NEW SCHOOL .............................................................................. 110 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY.. 129 TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY ..................................................... 93 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................................. 132 TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY ......................... 47 FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY ......................................................................... 85 NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ..........................LISTINGS BY SCHOOL cont’d EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY .................................................................................................................................................. 114 RYERSON UNIVERSITY ................................................................................................ 159 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES .................................. 149 UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ..................................................................... 61 JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 77 MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY........................................ 45 FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY..................................................................... 43 FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY .............. 115 SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY ........................................................................................................ 90 NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY .. 143 UNIVERSITY OF AKRON ......... 56 INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA...................................................... 179 .................................................................. 167 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 87 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY ...........................................................

............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 195 UNIVERSITY OF IOWA.... 232 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA ........................................ 210 UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS ......................................................................................................................................................... 247 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS................................................................................................................................................... A-1 APPENDIX B ........................................................ 204 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND.............................................................................................. 182 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ............................................. 215 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA ..................................................................................................... 213 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 249 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN........................................................................................ 280 VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY ...................... 240 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA... COLLEGE PARK ........................................................................................................................... 288 WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY .......................... 274 UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE .... 202 UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE ........... 225 UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS.............................................................................................................................................FACULTY BY SPECIALIZATION ...................................................................................................... 223 UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO .....................................................................KANSAS CITY ..............................................................LISTINGS BY SCHOOL cont’d UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII .. 237 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA ....................................................................... 199 UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS .... 263 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON ................................................................................. 282 WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 290 APPENDICES APPENDIX A ....................................................................................................................... 253 UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO.. 207 UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 242 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE ......................................................................... 258 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH ............................................. 219 UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI......... 230 UNIVERSITY OF OREGON ................................... 277 VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY........................................................................................ALPHABETICAL FACULTY LISTING WITH CONTACT INFORMATION.................................. 190 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN ............................................................................................................................................................................. ARLINGTON .................................................................................................................................................................... 256 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ...................................................... 227 UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA .................. B-1 ....................................................................... 269 UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON...................................................................................................................... 186 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO ...................................... 265 UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 222 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN................................................................... 234 UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND ............................................................................................................................................... 260 UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA ................................................................................................ 286 WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY ..................................................

• determine methods to deal effectively with growth and development of all kinds. Urban and regional planners use their professional skills to serve communities facing social. creative way to influence the future of neighborhoods. and . International organizations like the United Nations and the World Bank also hire planners. or the opportunity for new challenges. Some planners become generalists. it actually occurs in communities of all sizes. • structure programs to improve services to disadvantaged communities. often with people from other disciplines. While you may think of planning as an urban activity. real estate developers. Others become specialists and define themselves as housing or transportation or environmental planners. and social planning. economic development. housing. The majority of planners work in traditional planning areas such as land use. rural and metropolitan areas. and even the country and the world. and planning consultants. Today. community design. • analyze qualitative and quantitative information to suggest possible solutions to complex problems. in rural areas. and • present recommendations to public officials and citizen groups in a comprehensive and understandable way. Other planners have substantive responsibilities– such as housing or environmental planning–and provide assistance in their specific specialization to many communities within a city or region. In the next few pages we’ll describe the most common planning specialities. and cultural challenges by helping community residents to: • develop ways to preserve and enhance their quality-of-life. with non-profit agencies. Many planners work in small cities. planners may move back and forth between jobs in the public. transportation. and in private industry. Some planners work on projects which will be undertaken within a year or two while others focus their efforts on projects many years in the future. They may also work for different levels of government at different times. Using their “planning toolkit” they: • involve all affected parties in important planning decisions. However individual planners can still have a wide variety of responsibilities within these broadly defined specialities. Urban and regional planners do many types of jobs and are involved in almost any kind of government or private activity which seeks to affect the future or respond to community change. non-profit. law firms. preparing plans responsive to shared community objectives. some planners have responsibility for specific geographic areas such as individual neighborhoods in a city or region. Planners work in government. Other planners work in less traditional areas. such as healthy communities or energy development or school planning. • identify policies to promote equity and equality. environmental. • help communities develop their own vision of the future. Those in the public sector often work for city or county governments or regional planning agencies but there are also planning jobs at the State and Federal level. cities. Planners also work in the nonprofit sector and with non-governmental agencies like the United Way or community development organizations or advocacy groups for the elderly.WHAT DO PLANNERS DO? Planning is a systematic. • evaluate the cost-effectiveness of proposed projects and plans. and private sectors over the course of their career. environmental protection. • find methods to protect the natural and built environment. Most planners share a common set of skills and values even though they may specialize in one or two substantive areas. Others work in suburban neighborhoods at the periphery of large regions while still others have jobs in the dense core of major metropolitan areas. They develop a level of expertise in several substantive areas. and for Indian Nations. i . They may change their specialities or their focus long after they leave school in response to on-the-job experiences. Planners with jobs in the private sector can work with utility companies. within those areas they may provide assistance on a variety of substantive issues from land use to transportation. economic. In their jobs.

Economic development planners often work in conjunction with land use. Many planners do so by helping develop plans to attract businesses which create new jobs and provide additional tax revenues. Environmental Planning Environmental planners work to enhance the physical environment and minimize the adverse impacts of development. work to improve a community or region by expanding and diversifying the economic activities which support the families living there. water and air quality. Some economic development planners help communities find ways to finance the cost of new development while others work to overcome regulatory and other barriers to new projects. others work to keep businesses from leaving distressed areas. sometimes by encouraging tourism or additional recreational opportunities. Transportation Planning Transportation planners help develop programs to meet the current transportation needs of families and businesses. Many environmental planners work to integrate a concern about pollution and the conservation of non-renewable resources into the plans developed in other substantive areas like transportation or economic development. land use. recreation. Some land use planners work on long-range comprehensive plans which are designed to coordinate all the important activities in which a community engages–housing. transportation. or which provide home-to-work options for welfare recipients trying to find jobs. Some land use planners help develop or administer local regulations which establish the kind of housing. Some transportation planners are very technically oriented and work with advanced computer technology. Some environmental planners focus on scientific and technical questions while others develop policies and programs to encourage the public to protect natural resources. Economic Development Planning Economic development planners. locally and across a region. Transportation planners working for local governments often respond to traffic congestion. Many land use planners coordinate their activities with other kinds of planners in order to protect open space and agricultural land in the face of increasing demands for new homes and businesses. Some transportation planers help develop programs which are designed to encourage people to drive less. and economic development planners. housing. the most traditional kind of planning practice. or which organize special transportation services for the elderly. Some land use planners develop ways to encourage growth or development in certain communities or along appropriate corridors while others work to discourage growth in environmentally sensitive areas or where supporting services cannot be effectively provided.PLANNING SPECIALIZATIONS Land Use Planning Most planners are involved in this. ii . Some planners develop projects which bring housing and commercial enterprises as well as jobs into disadvantaged neighborhoods. Some planners develop expertise in one aspect of resource management while others attempt to identify the environmental implications of a range of government polices or proposed land use changes. Some environmental planners focus on cleaning up polluted areas or resources while others focus on preventing contamination and the destruction of ecosystems. Economic development planners at the local level often work to promote the special features of their community. industrial. they also attempt to predict future travel patterns in order to identify the need for additional transportation services and facilities. in North America and internationally. there are many different kinds of land use planning jobs. others develop ways to finance new facilities. others deal with the social and economic aspects of travel. and retail facilities which can be built in the city. Others develop ways to finance public services while still other land use planners evaluate the impact of proposed residential or commercial development and suggest ways for communities to respond. social and community planners to address the needs of distressed communities or declining business districts. and so forth. At the same time. Some focus on one mode such as cycling or public transit while others attempt to plan for multiple modes. Many transportation planners coordinate their activities with environmental.

others promote projects which provide housing opportunities for people from a mixture of income levels. this number is growing. There are promising career opportunities in every planning specialization. WILL I GET A JOB? YES !! In spite of the current recession. Many housing planners try to encourage mixed use developments offering services and jobs closer to where people live. These activities show you how different kinds of planners actually do their jobs. In fact. community and social planners may work to improve transit service in disadvantaged communities or develop job training programs for unemployed residents or provide better public health facilities in low income neighborhoods. For example. Planning is a great career for women and people of color.S. newsletters often contain job announcements (so even before you are in the job market you can see the kinds of jobs that do come available. These planners often try to create incentives and remove constraints on private home builders or work with public or non-profit organizations to build housing units for low income families or senior citizens. If you attend local and state or provincial meetings of the American Planning Association (APA) or the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) you will meet professional planners involved in a variety of projects–and learn about current and future job openings. Bureau of Labor Statistics report that planners continue to be in demand in North America. Planners concerned with the social aspects of a community often combine their interest in housing with efforts to increase the overall quality of life in poor or minority neighborhoods. Social and Community Development Planning Many planners practice in these overlapping areas. As an APA member you will receive regular correspondence and newsletters from your APA Chapter and Section.Housing. You can lay the groundwork for a successful job search long before you graduate. that the number of professional planners from disadvantaged and minority backgrounds will substantially increase. In addition. We have every expectation. Other important planning jobs In addition to the substantive areas described above. These planners often work with land use and transportation planners. Most planning programs help you get a “jump start” on finding a job at graduation by involving you in real-world planning projects and by encouraging or requiring you to do a planning internship as part of your education. APA publishes JobMart which lists job vacancies across the US (and sometimes Canada). Many planning programs strongly encourage minority students of every type to obtain planning degrees because planning is a profession which values varying perspectives and different experiences. combining many substantive planning skills from economic development to urban design. you can find planning jobs in: • geographic information systems • public health • historic preservation • coastal management • mediation and negotiation • criminal justice • public finance • public policy and management • urban design • elementary and secondary education • labor force development • human services • law iii . as more minority planners graduate from the programs listed in this GUIDE. APA members can subscribe to JobMart and most Planning Programs have a subscription. Just under 40% of those hired as planners are women and there are few salary discrepancies between men and women entering public services. Many social and community planners work to improve multiple aspects of a targeted neighborhood. While only 7% of practicing planners identify themselves as members of minority groups. many planning internships turn into full-time jobs after graduation. although sometimes there is more need for one specialization than another. as well as giving you the opportunity to interact with practicing planners who might offer you a job when you graduate. and the salary). both US News and World Report and the U. Housing planners help develop strategies to increase the supply of affordable housing and expand home ownership among low income or disadvantaged groups. the requirements. It’s a great idea to join APA or CIP as a student because you get all the benefits of membership at a very low student fee.

In the next few pages you can read about the career paths. to be equally useful. and education of six professional planners across the United States. economic development. a quasi-public agency whose mission is to attract and retain businesses in the City of Detroit. Crawford Multari & Clark Associates. If your university sponsors a career day. all from the University of Michigan. a $21 million initiative to improve and enhance three main thoroughfares in the heart of downtown Detroit.org The CIP has a series. Mr. on their website which includes case studies illustrating the value of professional planning in Canadian cities: www. Mr. the magazine published by the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP). Malik R. Your University or city library may have copies. transportation. Mr. Both magazines feature the latest developments in planning. which has provided city and regional planning services to more than 100 cities and 18 counties in California. Introduce yourself to some of the planners present and discuss their jobs and responsibilities. Canadian students will find Plan Canada. Goodwin was drawn to planning because his mother was a city planner. published by the American Planning Association. On their website the APA has a section called Jobs and Careers which describes the profession. discusses the kind of issues planners might address. You can also read about a host of planning issues and how planners are addressing them in Planning. San Luis Obispo. Goodwin is the general manager for the Lower Woodward Streetscape Improvement Project. Paul C. Goodwin Mr. You may also find it helpful to learn about the careers of a cross-section of practicing planners. many libraries will have a copy. Goodwin also coordinates capital projects for the City with state and federal agencies. Crawford is a nationally recognized expert on zoning and is currently the Co-Chair of the Planners Task Force of the Congress for New Urbanism. practicing planners may well attend. Crawford. a Masters in Architecture. He is coauthor of Codifying New Urbanism – How to Reform Municipal Land Development Regulations. Attend a local meeting of the American Planning Association (APA) or Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP). question the kind of issues they tackle.cip-icu. He is currently the president of a private planning firm. and lists scholarships. background. the magazine published by the American Planning Association (APA). Planners at Work. Crawford was inducted as a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners in 2001 in recognition of his many planning contributions. He assists the City of Detroit in preparing grant applications and in developing short-term planning strategies for making capital investments in the downtown area. Crawford received his bachelors degree in Community and Regional Planning from California Polytechnic University. He felt that his interest in helping cities to develop strategies to optimize the use of their resources over time would be enhanced by a planning education. Mr. He is currently a project manager with the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation. He was elected to the California Planning Roundtable in 1993 and received the 1998 Award for Distinguished Leadership from the California Chapter of the American Planning Association. It contains individual chapters by different authors. Mr. talks about planning education. FAICP Mr. Mr.ca/English/home To more thoroughly research different kinds of planning jobs.HOW CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PLANNING? There are many ways to determine if a career in planning is right for you. iv . Ask if a planning job would allow you to achieve your personal goals. Seek them out and ask what they do and what their focus is. Crawford has served as planning director of the San Luis Obispo County Council of Governments and as an adjunct professor of city and regional planning at Cal Poly. published by the International City Management Association (ICMA). Visit: www. There are chapters on land use. he was an urban designer with a private architectural firm. environmental. and to explore in greater depth a variety of important planning topics. each explains what a certain type of planner does or explores a major planning issue. and a Masters in Urban Planning. find the latest edition of The Practice of Local Government Planning. Through his career. He believes that effective strategists and managers are in high demand among the kind of public agencies which serve as custodians of community resources. Prior to joining the Economic Growth Corporation.planning. San Luis Obispo. Goodwin has a BS in Architecture. and other planning specializations as well as those discussing other important planning concerns.

She is currently the president and chief operating officer of the Enterprise Foundation. Ms. and how they worked. and economic development master plans.S. and authored downtown development studies. She was inducted as a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners (FAICP) in May of 2001 in recognition of her contribution to planning and the body of her planning accomplishments. He was drawn to a career in city planning by his experiences with the civil rights movement in the 1960s. Mr. being a consultant means his work keeps changing which keeps everything exciting. evaluating planning programs for PAB accreditation. Muldrow has a BA in English and a Masters in City Planning from Clemson University. He saw it was possible to make that goal operational by becoming a planner and helping to develop livable communities. Montague Ms. Mr. enhance quality of life. Army and as a professor of urban geography at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth. AICP Mr. She has received awards from the National Association of Counties and the U. Muldrow was always fascinated by cities. Terri Y. Mr. Moncivias also served as a lieutenant in the U. His career path was set once he learned about the breadth and scope of the planning field. and bring cohesiveness to a diversified society. a board member of Community Builders. based in Greenville. and GIS (geographic information system) efforts. He felt that the movement gave him a sense of joy and a vision for the future in which he could make a difference. In his current position Mr. Tripp Muldrow. Harper received her Masters degree in Planning and Urban Design from the University of Virginia after her work for the Nashville/Davidson County Planning Department inspired her to continue her planning education. and a member of the Board of Regents for Leadership Greenville. which works with local and national partners to develop affordable housing for low income families and provides loans. neighborhood planning. and create economic development opportunities while preserving the special characteristics that make each city and town unique. Harper was selected as Local Official of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders. and technical assistance to nonprofit organizations that are building and revitalizing local neighborhoods. a commissioner of the Greenville Housing Authority. Montague managed a strategic investment initiative in housing and community investment for Lend Lease Real Estate Investments. Montague has a Bachelors degree in Economics from the University of Chicago and a Masters Degree in City Planning and Real Estate Development from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.S. she is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the community development nonprofit corporation with an annual budget of $50 million and 235 employees nationwide. Under his leadership the City of San Antonio has received nine major awards from the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association and the International City Management Association. FAICP Ms. historic preservation. He is currently the director of planning for the City of San Antonio. She has served as director of planning and deputy county manager and has helped the County achieve managed growth and a stable tax base. in increasingly responsible positions. Moncivias directs and oversees the City of San Antonio’s comprehensive planning. The firm helps small towns and cities rebuild their aging downtowns. Moncivais has a Bachelors degree in Architecture and a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning from Texas A & M University. He loves his job and finds the opportunities limitless. Arnett Muldrow & Associates. She began v . Moncivais. Virginia. She also established the County’s Community Development Block Grant program. and loves being “a cheerleader” for planning. AICP Mr. developed and implemented historic preservation policies. grants. Department of Transportation for her planning accomplishments. Muldrow is currently the president of the South Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association. In her current position. he previously served as the director of planning for the City of Fort Worth. Since obtaining her degree she has worked with Henrico County. Harper was responsible for Henrico County’s first major thoroughfare plan and the County’s strategic plan. Texas. Mr. South Carolina. In 1999 Ms. Ms. Prior to her job with Enterprise. He is currently a partner in a private planning firm.Angela Harper. She has served on many accreditation site teams. reinvigorate their historic neighborhoods. Muldrow has coordinated commercial corridor business associations. Emil R. tourism strategies. particularly their downtowns.

sociology. Graduating from an accredited program will make you more attractive to most agencies or firms hiring planners. Still others have their undergraduate degree in professions such as public health. although a Bachelors degree (BA or BS) can provide an entry into the profession. a few Canadian schools are accredited by both organizations. urban design. The PAB is jointly sponsored by ACSP the . Seventy- vi . But the curriculum at all accredited schools will provide you with a core set of theories. because it can make a difference in your career. these programs may be very interesting to you. or engineering. A PLANNER’S EDUCATION What kind of an education should a planner have? Today most people need a professional Masters Degree in Planning to get the best planning jobs. you will be able to join the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) sooner after leaving school if you attend an accredited school. The PAB does not evaluate PhD programs for accreditation because the primary focus of the doctoral degree is usually not professional practice. The PAB strives to foster high standards for professional education in planning. Not all accredited schools teach the same courses or emphasize the same subjects–in fact. DC. History) also choose to pursue a graduate planning degree. Universities offering both Bachelors and Graduate degrees are profiled in this GUIDE.S. and landscape architecture. You should try to attend a planning program accredited by either the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) in the U. no program outside of North America is eligible for either PAB or CIP accreditation. Being a certified planner can advance your professional career. This GUIDE also contains several universities outside North America. Some people use the new skills they acquire in graduate school to expand the emphasis of their undergraduate degree while others develop new approaches. and techniques which properly prepare you for a career as a practicing planner. social work. organization of planning professors (and the authors of this GUIDE). programs and nine Canadian programs give accredited degrees. Ms. geography. and by an organization of professional planners. Montague initially found planning so appealing because of its interdisciplinary nature and the promise it holds for creating effective public/ private partnerships. accredited programs must meet strict standards developed cooperatively by both practicing planners and planning academicians. The same is true of the Canadian schools accredited by the Canadian Institute of Planners. the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). Some planners are educated first in the social sciences like public administration. it is not necessary to have a BA/BS in Planning to do graduate work in planning. But it is not unusual for someone trained at the undergraduate level as an architect to become a social policy planner or for someone with a BS in Nursing to become a housing planner! There are many universities where you can gain the education and training you need to become a planner.S. the differences between the schools appeal to different student interests. The CIP is the Canadian organization of professional planners. Most of these programs are described in detail in the body of this GUIDE. For example. and the public that the education and training they provide measure up to the profession’s standards–and that they are therefore qualified to train future planners. People can enter Masters programs in planning with many different kinds of Bachelors degrees. Many people with undergraduate degrees in the Arts or Humanities (English. However. economics. Art. others are trained first in the design professions like architecture.her community development career as a Geno Baroni Fellow at the Community Information Exchange in Washington. methods. Today there are more than120 planning programs or planning departments which are members of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) or of the Association of Canadian University Planning Programs (ACUPP). or the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) in Canada. In addition. one U. These organizations review Masters or Bachelors Planning programs to assure prospective students. the CIP does evaluate Canadian PhD programs for accreditation. nursing. employers. She feels that planning offers the potential to understand and shape the vital and varied institutions that transform the nature of opportunity in our cities–especially for low income people and places. Remember however. or government. those with economics training may become economic development planners while those with degrees in biology or chemistry may choose to become environmental planners.

then contact the chair of the program or individual faculty who work in the areas in which you have an interest. Perhaps you have an interest in another subject related to planning. And of course. the research they foster. you have to consider financial and other practical details–scholarships and grants. etc. those along the Mexican or Canadian border may stress comparative planning. the background and experiences of the faculty. and resources. To determine the planning program which will best provide you with the education and training you want. If you want to spend some time working internationally. This GUIDE is set up to help you quickly evaluate a large number of planning programs by comparing the major factors likely to be of most interest to students: the course offerings and requirements. decide which issues you would like to highlight in your educational program and the professional specialization you think you might want to follow. Planning programs vary greatly in the issues they emphasize. As a result. and the kind of educational experience you will have. if you would like to work or study for awhile in another country you might be interested in a school that has a fair number of international students or faculty with comparative research interests. The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning has refused to rank schools because every planning program in the GUIDE has its own strengths and resources. But the brief entries in this GUIDE can only help you narrow down your choices–there simply isn’t enough space to tell you all you want. like public health or law: look for programs with dual degrees in planning and these other fields. which provide the courses you would like to take. you could select a university that has exchange programs in other countries. You may be interested in the background of the other students in the program.HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST PLANNING PROGRAM While all accredited planning programs cover the same set of core materials and techniques. intimate program think about applying to schools with a relatively small number of students. and the professional projects in which they engage. programs may differ markedly in the kinds of topics to which you will be exposed. contact them directly! Start by visiting their websites. Then look at the programs listed in this GUIDE to see which stress the topics you want to cover. interests. Of course. other planning programs may offer these same concentrations in response to the backgrounds and research interests of their faculty. Students often ask: “What’s the best school for. There is simply no effective way to say that one school offers a better degree than another. try to identify those programs offering a large number of project courses or requiring a professional project (or “capstone”) report instead of a thesis to graduate. the costs of attending. the other students with whom you attend class. For example. Only you can decide the best school for your needs.” this or that specialization. Most programs have a wealth of promotional material they will be happy to send you. and the possibility of financial assistance. which offer the experiences you seek. vii . If you are interested in research or think that you might want to go on for a PhD in Planning (which would allow you to teach at a university) you might want to consider those programs that offer both Masters and Doctoral degrees. Some programs have established international ties. There is no one answer. the possibility of getting a job or loans. for example. planning programs located near the ocean may offer a concentration in coastal resource planning. Individual programs also vary in the extent to which they emphasize practice in studios and workshops or in the degree to which they expose students to research and policy analysis. Planning students bring their own goals.. If you would like to be part of a small. the total cost of education.. or need to know about a prospective program. others have long worked with local communities to provide students with practical experience. and experiences to their educational career–so different individuals will get very different things from any individual planning program. If you are interested in learning through hands-on experiences. they do so in different ways. Once you have identified a number of programs that might meet your needs. the type of students in the program. programs located in farm states may focus on rural and small urban planning issues. background.

Remember that doctoral programs are never accredited by the PAB because such programs don’t generally focus on professional practice–so none of the U. It shows the deadlines for application and for requesting financial assistance as well as what the application fee will be. It may be confusing initially but once you remember. or PhD) it means that the university does not give a planning degree at that level.S. that give degrees related to planning but not planning degrees (urban studies or urban geography). Note that a school with multiple Masters degrees may have some that are.. an individual entry may list a different contact person for each program.HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE In this section. the sponsor of this GUIDE. and some that are not accredited–for example their Masters degree in Urban Planning may be accredited but not their Masters degree in Historic Preservation and Design. To save space on the first line.” This is the way in which most major student guides organize schools. However. This is not a deficiency! However the CIP does accredit PhD programs in Canada. the entries in this GUIDE contain many abbreviations.. Note that the chair may not be the contact person for any or all of the planning degree programs offered. the icon BA means that the university gives at least one undergraduate planning degree (which may be either a BA or a BS). In addition. FULL members are those giving planning degrees in the US. if the official name is the University of America it will be near the back. it will be easy to find the school you want. AFFILIATE members are generally those schools in the U.S. The top of the left column of each entry generally gives you the name of the chair of the entire department and the departmental mailing address. e-mail and website address as well. we’ll try to explain how to read each entry in the GUIDE. if you have trouble. The first line also tells you what planning degrees each university gives. The text may also indicate what tuition costs will be if you are a resident of the state or if you are from out-ofstate (this distinction usually only applies at public universities). it usually provides the department phone. Remember phone numbers and addresses change. seek out new numbers through telephone information or by visiting the university website which should be easily found by any net browser. Neither organization accredits international universities. Remember there may be two different schools. In general. you will see the PAB or CIP icon if any of the Masters or undergraduate degrees given by this university are accredited. at least one of the degrees given at that level at that university is accredited. The first line also shows you whether the undergraduate or Masters programs the university gives are accredited by either the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) or the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP). the more awards and assistantships the better–but you will have to talk to each school to learn how likely it is that you will be able to get financial assistance of some kind. Finally the first line of each school’s entry tells you its membership status in the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. The first line of each entry lists the name of the university. You should question the conditions of any viii . America State University and the University of America. Schools outside the U.S. and other job opportunities. If the icon PAB or CIP is shown under the degree listed. research and teaching assistantships. schools offering a doctorate will show an accreditation status. If this university were called America State University it would be one of the first entries in the GUIDE. you may not be familiar with some of the terminology. MA. The icon PhD means that the university gives at least one doctoral degree in planning. fax. So we’ll show you how to “de-code” the entries and use the data to compare and contrast some of the schools which have sparked your interest. If the first line does not display a specific icon (BA. Be sure to check the text below to get complete information for the specific program or degree in which you have an interest. In order to provide you with a large amount of information in very little space. with all the listings beginning with “University of. The icon MA means that the university gives one masters degree in planning (which may be an MA or MS or other masters designation). are eligible for CORRESPONDING membership if they give planning or related degrees. PROGRAM INFORMATION This section in the left-hand column summarizes the most important details you might want to know about each of the planning degrees which the university offers. This section gives you an idea of the availability of financial assistance by listing scholarships.

when you begin to contact schools of interest. Most universities turn down some students who apply. If the university offers research assistantships or other kind of paid work. If you are required to make up missing prerequisites you will need more hours/credits than indicated to graduate. Next. The chart shows the figures of students who applied for admission to the program. the number who are enrolled is usually less than the number accepted. Compare the size of the faculty (listed later in each school’s entry) to the number of specializations offered. This section also contains a small chart with some details about student enrollment. if they give more than one degree the specific degree which interests you may or may not be accredited. Most programs describe any exams you must take (like the ACT or SAT for undergraduates and the GRE for graduates) and the minimum score you must achieve. In addition. of those programs have received PAB or CIP accreditation. Sometimes even large programs have only a few courses in certain specializations and those are given infrequently–if so. as a recruitment incentive. if not. how old it is. This can give an idea of the range of areas where you can concentrate your efforts. You should ask the programs in which you have an interest for a list of prerequisite courses or skill levels and an idea of what you will have to do if you are missing some prerequisites. However. Generally the number of students accepted is less than the number who applied. These numbers should give you an idea of the number of students in the program that interests you. and finally the number who actually enrolled. each university usually explains how many units or hours needed to obtain the degree in DEGREE DESCRIPTIONS The GUIDE next describes each of the degrees offered by the university. and the total number of degrees granted over the last few years. if a school claims many specializations but has a small faculty it may lack the resources to allow you to fully develop your skills in any given area. It is less clear why there may be a gap between the number accepted and the number who end up enrolling. if you are interested. Note that not all programs require such exams. make sure that some of the faculty actually have expertise in these areas. Also check the specializations offered against the background of individual faculty. in the school’s environmental planning or urban design specialization. The text will also indicate any other prerequisites needed to apply such as a minimum grade point average. the text tells if the program or degree is accredited. ask about the actual number of classes the program gives in each specialization and when they are offered. It is important to be able to take courses in other departments across campus–but make sure at least some of the courses in your specialization are actually taught by planners.scholarship or grant--will you receive it as long as you are in school or only for your first year? If a school has only a small amount of scholarship money it may choose to give it all to entering students. in general. Remember that the top line of each school’s entry only indicates if at least one of the degree programs is accredited. they will be happy to send printed materials to answer most of your questions. The GUIDE next identifies the substantive specializations available for each degree. for example. ix . with the professional focus of someone who is a planner. find out how much work you will really have to do and how likely it is that you will be able to hold the job or assistantships for your entire education. starting with any undergraduate degrees. Planning programs often list this information on their websites. Not every university has provided exactly the same information so not all entries are identical. if any. it generally signals that this is a very popular program and hard to get into. That means that second year students may be left without any aid. some students who apply and are accepted decide not to come. these specializations generally reflect the skills and interests of the faculty. The text next indicates the prerequisites and other requirements needed to get into the program. Sometimes this means that acceptance decisions are made independent of financial aid decisions and that some students who were accepted were unable to find scholarship or other kinds of financial assistance. If a university has more than one undergraduate or graduate degree. If there is a big gap between the number who applied and the number of students accepted. the number who were accepted by the program. It should also give you an idea of how easy or difficult is to be accepted as a student. the text will indicate which. you might actually have to stay in school longer just to be able to take the required courses! Pay special attention to whether the classes offered in your specialization of interest are planning courses or if they are actually taught by faculty in other departments.

because they can customize their degrees to match their interests.60 hours/ credits to graduate. if any. If the faculty member has taken a professional certification exam through the American Institute of Certified Planners.S. In general. taking courses with international students and if you will be working with students from various ethnic and racial backgrounds. Sometimes this category includes retired professors or university administrators who teach planning courses occasionally. for example. the icon AICP will appear opposite his/her name. Some schools allow you to choose among several options while others require the same final product from all students. schools) are Professors followed by Associate and then Assistant Professors. FACULTY DESCRIPTIONS The GUIDE contains two separate entries for faculty. you might have to make them up either before you are allowed to officially enter the program or while enrolled in the program. restricted and unrestricted electives. If someone is listed as visiting or adjunct it generally means that s/he is not a permanent member of the faculty--and may be gone before you arrive. It is important to have courses with faculty who are active in professional practice and it is useful to take classes with those from other disciplines. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY includes those people who teach in other university programs-like engineering. Most Masters programs require between 36 . The icon FAICP means the faculty member has been named a Fellow of the AICP a very . skills. core. interests. write a thesis or dissertation. the less freedom you may have in pursuing courses outside the planning department. Some students like to have many electives. However. some programs indicate the number of hours/credits. Most programs require all students to take the same. the more hours in the core the fewer electives you can take. and the final product required--such as a thesis or professional report or capstone project. or take part in a “capstone” or joint professional project of some kind. and experiences of the faculty with whom you might be studying.question. prestigious honor for a professional planner. The text describing PLANNING FACULTY includes those people who spend at least half their time teaching in one or more of the listed planning programs. etc. You will get the best educational experience from schools which effectively mix these faculty components. be sure the university has a minimum number of faculty who are dedicated to the planning program for most of their time--or you could find it hard to get the courses you need or even to interact in any meaningful way with your professors. someone majoring in land use planning might well have to take different classes than someone majoring in housing. for example whether you must take an exam. prepare a professional report. The first line of text below a faculty member’s name indicates his/her rank and seniority–the most senior (in U. The faculty entries give you a very brief idea of the background. preferably unrestricted. if you are missing some prerequisites. In addition. These student statistics are also useful in determining if you will be x . students with different specializations are often required to take specific elective courses. This generally indicates that the faculty member is very interested in professional planning practice. breaking those totals down into required courses. courses. The second set of faculty descriptions. However. you are allowed to take to finish your thesis. or social work--for the majority of their time or those who are practicing professionals who teach occasionally or part-time in the university’s planning program. The text also indicates what kind of final product you will have to produce to get the degree. which cover material central to the educational experience offered in that degree program. the more restricted the remaining the electives. If someone is listed as emeritus it means that s/he has retired--retired STUDENT COMPOSITION These charts give you an idea of the number and diversity of the students in each planning degree program the university offers. Most programs allow students to take some “free” or unrestricted electives. Compare the hours of core courses and the restricted versus unrestricted electives to get a general idea of the degree of flexibility you will have in the program. geography. Programs also vary in the extent to which they give class credit for preparing the final product. for example economics or statistics. Other students prefer a more structured curriculum because they want to be sure that they are developing the range of specific skills needed by planners. Also be sure there are enough faculty to cover the core curriculum from a planner’s perspective.

professors vary greatly in the number of courses they teach. The next line indicates the specializations or expertise of each faculty member. You will also want to know who will actually be teaching core or elective courses in that specialization. to do so. While most planning professors have a PhD. If you have an interest in a certain specialization you may want to see how many of the program’s faculty actually claim expertise in that area. you can directly question individual faculty about the program. Once you have seen the number and kind of courses taught in the concentrations in which you have an interest. some. and the requirements of the specialization. not all do. but not all. xi . particularly if they are or have been active practitioners. the courses they teach. entries indicate the year(s) in which their various degrees were granted. get a copy of the course offerings directly from the school by visiting the website and/or contacting the program directly. The text next indicates the degrees which the faculty member has and the university where they obtained those degrees.

LISTINGS BY SCHOOL .

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ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY
Urban and Regional Planning
P.O. Box 938 Normal, Alabama 35762 Phone (256) 372-5426 Fax (256) 372-5906 http://www.aamu.edu Dr. Chukudi Izeogu, Department Chair Phone (256) 372-4990 E-mail:chukudi.izeogu@aamu.edu

BA/BS PAB PAB

MA/MS PAB PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Departmental Requirement: Completion of high school or junior College transfer Minimum GPA: C Average Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: 18 ACT (University Requirement)

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 54 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 8 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 18 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................................................................. 6 Total Required Hours In Planning Program .......................................... 122 Senior Project ................................................................................ Required

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
L.L. Crump Scholarship: Call (256) 372-5426 or (256) 372-4990 for details

PROGRAM INFORMATION
UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline ........................................................................................ July 15 Financial Aid Deadline ................................................................................... April 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: ............................ $1560-2340 per semester (10-16 hours) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .................... $2860-4420 per semester (10-16 hours) Other: .........................................................Additional hours $305/hour per semester Application Fee: .....................................................................................................$10 Additional Fees: ............................................................................. $265 per semester

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban & Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Chukudi Izeogu, Chair (256) 372-4990 chukudi.izeogu@aamu.edu

GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program ........................................ July 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program.................................... April 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: ............................ $1560-2340 per semester (10-16 hours) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .................... $2860-4420 per semester (10-16 hours) Other: .........................................................Additional hours $378/hour per semester Application Fee ......................................................................................................$20 Additional Fees: ............................................................................. $265 per semester

Year Initiated: 1975 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/09...........................................................168 Degrees Granted from 6/31/08 to 12/31/09 ................................................7

Masters Specializations
Housing and Community Development, Environmental Planning, International Development, Transportation Planning
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution & GPA 2.5 2.8 (Department) Not Required Not Required Not Required Two letters of recommendation and a resume

Annual Student Enrollment
Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 Undergraduate 15 19 16 15 15 15 Masters 5 6 5 6 5 6

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr. Chukudi Izeogu, Chair (256) 372-4990 chukudi.izeogu@aamu.edu

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core ...........................................................................................28 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................9 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................9 Other ....................................................................................................... 3-6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program: ............................................46 Thesis or Final Project & Exam ....................................................Required

Year initiated:1975 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................268 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/09 ..................................................11

Undergraduate Minors
Housing and Community Development, International Development, Environmental Planning, Transportation Planning
FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
Research Assistantships: Call (256) 372-5426 or (256) 372-4990 for details

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TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010
U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 1 16 Female 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 1 19 Total 0 0 33 0 0 0 0 2 35

Joseph A. Lee
Assistant Professor. MURP, University of North Carolina (1972). Specializations: Citizen Participation, Community Development, Geographic Information Systems, Historic Preservation.

AICP

(256) 372-4991

joseph.lee@aamu.edu

Jacob Oluwoye
Professor. BS, University of Wisconsin, Madison; MCP, Howard University; PhD., University of New South Wales, Australia.. Specializations: Transportation.

(256) 372-4994

jacob.oluwoye@aamu.edu

Donald Outland
Associate Professor. MS, Alabama A&M University (1971). Specializations: Citizen Participation, International Development, Public Management/Strategic Planning, Rural Development.

(256) 372-4993

Deoutland@aol.com

Constance Wilson
Associate Professor. MURP, Fisk University (1973); PhD, University of Alabama (2000). Specializations: Citizen Participation & Race/Ethnicity and Planning and Transportation, Community Development, Planning Practice, Politics and Governance.

(256) 372-4992

cwilson93@aol.com

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY
James Alexander
Professor. BA, University of Alabama (1970); PhD, University of Texas, Austin (1989). Specializations: Policy Economy.

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories above.

PLANNING FACULTY
Russell J. Fricano
Assistant Professor. (1977) Ph.D, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Growth Management, Land Use Planning, Infrastructure Financing.

(256) 372-4794

james.alexander@aamu.edu

Merilyn Dabbs
Associate Professor. BS, University of North Alabama (1965); MS., University of Alabama (1970); PhD, Candidate, University of Tennessee. Specializations: Geography.

(256) 372.4995

rjfricano@aol.com

(256) 372-5350

merilyn.dabbs@aamu.edu

Earl N. M. Gooding
Professor. M.Lit., Oxford (1965); PhD, University of Connecticut (1996); PhD, Vanderbilt University (1977). Specializations: Demography, Environmental Planning, International Development, Planning & Quantitative Methods.

FYI
Alabama A&M University is one of two Universities in the State of Alabama offering an accredited degree in urban and regional planning and one of the twelve universities in the nation with accredited urban planning degrees at both undergraduate and graduate level. Alabama A&M University offers scholarships and assistantships to eligible students. Academically qualified white residents of Alabama may apply for the Diversity Scholarship for the Undergraduate program. The Department of Community Planning & Urban Studies was established in 1970 as the Department of Urban Studies offering only the MS in Urban Studies. Following this was the undergraduate degree program in Urban Studies, which was later replaced by the BS degree program in Urban Planning. The Master of Urban & Regional Planning program evolved in 1982 from the Master of Community Planning program, which was established in 1975. It attained initial recognition in 1976.

(256) 372-4986

earlmg@aol.com

Berneece Herbert
Instructor, Research Associate. BSC, University of the Virgin Islands (1991), MURP, Alabama A&M University (1998), PhD Plant & Soil Science (2007).

(265) 372-4988

berneece.herbert@yahoo.com

Chukudi Izeogu
Professor. BS, University of Nigeria (1971) MPL, University of Southern CAlifornia (1974); PhD, University of California, Los Angeles (1981). Specializations: Regional Economic Development Planning, Environmental Planning, Housing and Land Use Policy Evaluation and Planning, International Development Planning.

(256) 372-4990

chukudi.izeogu@aamu.edu

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ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
PO BOX 5302, Tempe, AZ 85287-5302 Phone: (480) 965-7533 FAX (480) 965-8313 Email: geoplan@asu.edu Web Site : http://geoplan.asu.edu Luc Anselin, Director Phone (480) 965-7533 E-Mail: Luc.Anselin@asu.edu

BA/BS PAB PAB

MA/MS PAB PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Departmental Requirement: Must be admitted to the University or Junior College transfer Minimum GPA: 3.0. Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT- 22 for in-state students and 24 for out -of-state students. SAT - 1040 for in-state students and 1110 for out-of state students.

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core .......................................................................................... 36 Hours of Studio Courses ............................................................................ 8 Hours of Restricted Elective .................................................................... 18 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ................................................................ 18 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................................ 80 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............................. 120 Thesis or Final Product ............................................ Final Project Required

PROGRAM INFORMATION
UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 .................................................................May 1, 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 ......................................................... March 1, 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees .............Full Time (7 credits or more) $3,897 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees..Full Time (12 credits or more) $10,129 per semester Application Fee ..................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees ...........................................................Special class fees and deposits GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline for Masters Program 2010-11 ....................... January 15, 2011 Financial In-State Tuition and Fees .............Full Time (7 credits or more) $4,425 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees..Full Time (12 credits or more) $11,199 per semester Application Fee ..................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees…. ....................................................... Special class & program fees

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
Numerous Scholarships, Grants and Loans are available. For more details visit www.asu.edu/fa Federal Pell Grant/ Federal Supplemental Education opportunity. Grants are based on financial need. Visit website www.edu/fa

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban and Environmental Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Subhro Guhathakurta, Assoc. Director (480) 965-7533 Subhro.Guha@asu.edu

Annual Student Enrollment
Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 Undergraduate 75 48 62 42 62 Masters 111 72 70 40 27 22

Year Initiated: 1978 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/31/10...........................................................517 Degrees Granted from 6/1/09 to 6/31/10 ..................................................27

Masters Specializations
Community and Urban Planning, Environmental Planning, International Planning, Transportation Planning
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.2 Required 600 Not Required No Requirements

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
BS in Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Subhro Guhathakurta, Assoc. Director (480) 965-7533 Subhro.Guha@asu.edu

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core ...........................................................................................26 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................21 Other .................................................................. 3 units Internship optional

Year initiated:1990 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/31/10..........................................................410 Degrees Granted from 6/1/09 to 6/31/10 .................................................40

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Total Required Hours in Planning Program.............47 (50 with internship) Exam, Thesis or Final Product: A Capstone studio, thesis or professional project is required. A comprehensive oral exam for students electing thesis or professional project option.

Carlos Balsas, AICP
Assistant Professor. LURP, University of Averio, Portugal (1995); MRP, University of Massachusett, Amherst (1995); Ph.D., University of Massachusett, Amherst (2004). Specializations: Urban Revitalization, Transportation Planning, Sustainable Transportation Planning, Scholarship of Teaching, International Planning.

(480) 965-7533

Carlos.Balsas@asu.edu

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
Tuition awards:.......................small numbers are available through Graduate College based on merit and need Grants and Loans:..................Federal Perkins Loans and/or William D Ford Direct Student Loans. Visit www.edu/fa Teaching and Research:..........TA and RA positions based on merit Assistantships:........................Based on need

Michael Batty
Distinguished Visiting Professor, University College London. BA, University of Manchester (1966); PhD, University of Wales (1984); FRTPI, Fellow of the Royal Town Planning Institute (1983); FCILT, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transportation. Specializations: Development of computer based technologies, specifically graphics-based and mathematical models for cities.

Anthony Brazel TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010
U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 7 26 0 1 0 11 0 4 49 Female 5 15 1 0 0 7 0 6 34 Total 12 41 1 1 0 18 0 10 83
Professor. BA, Rutgers University (1963); MA, Rutgers University (1965); PhD, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. (1972). Specializations: Physical Geography, Urban Climatology.

(480) 965-7533

Anthony.Brazel@asu.edu

Katherine Crewe
Associate Professor. BA, Rhodes University, South Africa (1976); MLA, University of California, Berkeley (1980); Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst (1997). Specializations: Planning Practice and Transportation; Historic Preservation; Citizen Participation; Gender Studies and Planning; Physical Planning/Urban Design; International Urban Design.

(480) 965-7533

Katherine.Crewe@asu.edu

Patricia Gober
Professor. BS, University of Wisconsin (1970); MA, Ohio State University (1972); PhD, Ohio State University (1975). Specializations: Population, Urban Systems, Migration, Water Resources, Climate Change.

(480) 965-7533

Patricia.Gober@asu.edu

Aaron Golub
Assistant Professor. SC, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (1994); MME, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1996); PhD, University of California, Berkeley (2003). Specializations: Urban Transportation Planning, Environmental and Social Impacts of Transportation, Environmental Justice, and International Transportation.

(480) 965-7533

Aaron.Golub@asu.edu

Subhrajit Guhathakurta
*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.
Professor. B.Arch., Jadarpur University, India (1985); MCRP, Iowa State University (1987); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1991). Specializations: International Development and Planning; Urban Modeling and GIS; Computer Applications; Economic Development Planning; Environmental Planning.

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY

Luc Anselin
Walter Isard Chair and Director. Lic. (Economics), Free University of Brussels (1975); M.A. (Statistics, Operations Research), Free University of Brussels (1976); M.A. (Regional Science), Cornell University (1979); PhD. Cornell University (1980). Specializations: GIS and Spatial Analysis, Urban and Regional Modeling, Planning Methods.

(480) 965-7533

Subhro-Guha@asu.edu

Nabil Kamel
Assistant Professor. BS, Cairo University, Egypt (1983); MUP, Texas A&M (1993); PhD., University of California, Los Angeles (2004). Specializations: Housing and Urban Development, Regional Economic Development, Environmental Community Development.

(480) 965-7533

Luc.Anselin@asu.edu

(480) 965-7533

Nabil.Kamel@asu.edu

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Joochul Kim
Associate Professor. BA, University of California, Berkeley (1973); MUP (1977) and Ph.D., (1979) University of Michigan. Specializations: Community Planning; Economic Development Planning; Housing and International Planning.

Douglas Webster
Professor. BA, University of Toronto (1969); MA, University of Waterloo (1972); PhD, University of California, Berkeley (1977). Specializations: Sustainable Urbanization, City Building in China, Southeast Asian Urbanization, Urban Competitiveness/City Development Strategies.

(480) 965-7533

Joochul.Kim@asu.edu

(480) 965-7533

Douglas.Webster@asu.edu

Kelli Larson
Assistant Professor. BA, Southern Illinois University (1977); MA, Southern Illinois University, (1999); PhD, Oregon State University, (2005). Specializations: Water Resource Governance and HumanEnvironmental Interactions.

Elizabeth Wentz
Associate Professor. BA, The Ohio State University (1987); MA, The Ohio State University (1989); PhD, The Pennsylvania State University (1997). Specialization: Geographic Information Systems, Application of GIS to Urban Environments, Urban Remote Sensing, Water Resource Management.

(480) 965-7533

Kelli.Larson@asu.edu

(480) 965-7533

Elizabeth.Wentz@asu.edu

Kevin McHugh
Associate Professor. BS, Pennsylvania State University (1976); MA, Arizona State University (1977); PhD, University of Illinois, UrbanaChangaign (1984). Specializations: Cultural Geography, Geographical Thought & Theory, Place and Movement, and Spatiality of Aging.

Ruth Yabes, AICP
Associate Professor. BA and BS, University of California, Davis (1976); MCP, University of Pennsylvania (1982); Ph.D., Cornell University (1990). Specializations: Participation; Community Development; International Planning; Planning Pedagogy.

(480)965-7533

Kevin.McHugh@asu.edu

(480) 965-7533

Ruth.Yabes@asu.edu

Alan Murray
Professor. BS. University of California, Santa Barbara (1990); MA, University of California, Santa Barbara (1992);PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara (1995). Specialization: Facility Siting, Transportation and Transit.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY
Ambika Adhikari, AICP
Faculty Associate. B.Arch., University of Baroda, Gujarta; M of Arch, University of Hawaii, Honolulu; Fellow (Urban Planning) Massachusetts Institute of Technology: DD, Harvard University. Specializations: Environmental Planning.

(480) 965-7533

Alan.Murray@asu.edu

Serge Rey
Professor. BS, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey (1985); MA, University of California, Santa Barbara (1988); PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara (1994). Specialization: Integrated Multiregional modeling, Spatial Data Analysis, and Regional Science.

(480) 965-7533

Ambika.Adhikari@asu.edu

(480) 965-7533

Sergio.Rey@asu.edu

Dean Brennan, FAICP
Faculty Associate. BS, Iowa State University; Mpa, Arizona State University. Specializations: Urban Planning, Environmental Planning.

Jay Stein, FAICP
Professor of Practice. BA. SUNY at Binghamton (1968); MA, York University (1971); PhD, University of Michigan (1976). Specialization: Health and Planning, Growth Management, Economic Development and Public Finance.

(480) 965-7533

Dean.Brennan@asu.edu

Judith Dworkin
Faculty Associate. MA, Clark University; JD, Arizona State University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Environmental Law.

(480) 965-7533

Jay.Stein@asu.edu

(480) 965-7533

Emily Talen, AICP
Professor. BA, Calvin College (1980); Masters in City and Regional Planning, Ohio State University (1984); PhD. University of California, Santa Barbara (1995). Specializations: Urban Design, New Urbanism, Placemaking, Sustainable Cities, Smart Growth, and Urban Codes.

Noel Hebets
Faculty Associate. BS, Engineering Mechanics & Materials, Arizona State University, 2003; JD, Arizona State University Law School, 2006. Specializations: Zoning and Development Law.

(480) 965-7533

Emily.Talen@asu.edu

(480) 965-7533

David Pijawka
Professor. BA, Brock University, Canada (1971); MA (1978) and Ph.D., (1983) Clark University. Specializations: Sustainable Planning and Design; Socio-economic Assessments; Disaster Management and Recovery Planning; Perception and Behavior Studies; Institutional Design.

John Keane
Faculty Associate. BA, Cornell University; MS, Arizona State University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Environmental Economics.

(480) 965-7533

(480) 965-7533

Pijawka@asu.edu

Darin Sender
Faculty Associate. BSD, Arizona State University; JD, De Paul University College of Law. Specializations: Environmental Law and Policy.

(480) 965-7533

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AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Graduate Program in Community Planning
School of Architecture 104 Dudley Hall Auburn, AL 36849-5316 Phone (334) 844-4516 Fax (334) 844-5419
www.cadc.auburn.edu/arch/degrees_prog/cplan_prog

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: Full

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core ...........................................................................................42 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...........................................12 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................0 Other ................................................................. 6 hours internship optional Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................48 Exam, Thesis or Final Product .............................. Synthesis studio project

John J. Pittari, Jr., Program Chair Phone: (334) 844-5424 E-mail: pittajj@auburn.edu

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010
U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 13 3 0 0 0 0 1 17 Female 1 17 2 0 0 0 0 4 24 Total 1 30 5 0 0 0 0 5 41

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 2010-11 .........................................................February 15, 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 ........................... March 1, 2011 (for assistantships) In-State Tuition and Fees .............................................................$3,950 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees....................................................$10,950 per semester Application Fees .................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fees ............................................... Professional Fee: $2,150 per semester

Annual Student Enrollment Applied
Masters

Accepted

Enrolled

08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 29 13 31 21 22 15

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Community Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Juanita Dowdell, Program Coordinator (334) 884-8797 yanceju@auburn.edu

Year Initiated: 1978 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10...........................................................158 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ..................................................18

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

Joint Degrees: with Public Administration, Landscape Architecture, and Architecture. Graduate Certificate: Small Town Design
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution Program: 2.8 1000: Department University: 550 (paper), 213 (computer), 79 (iBT) Applicants are evaluated holistically

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PLANNING FACULTY
Michael Clay
Assistant Professor. BS, Brigham Young 1999; MCRP, Iowa State 2001; Ph.D, University of California, Davis, 2005. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Transit, Land Use, Quantitative Methods.

FYI
Our program is devised to prepare students with diverse backgrounds for professional planning careers in both the public and private sectors. Graduates are skilled at describing and analyzing urban processes and conditions; at creating and evaluating alternative measures to shape future growth and development; and at devising and recommending appropriate mechanisms for the implementation of their proposals. One-fourth of our students hold graduate assistantships, which provide a monthly stipend and full tuition waiver. We offer joint degree options with the Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Public Administration programs; and study opportunities with the Center for Architecture and Urban Studies in Birmingham and the Auburn Abroad program in Rome.

(334) 844-8412

claymic@auburn.edu

John J. Pittari, Jr.
Associate Professor. BLA, University of Florida 1983; MUP, City College of New York 1985; Ph.D, University of Washington 1997. Specializations: Historic Preservation, Urban Design, Urban Form, Physical Planning, Planning History.

(334) 844-5424

pittajj@auburn.edu AICP

Rebecca Retzlaff

Assistant Professor. BS, Michigan State 1997; MS, School of the Art Institute of Chicago 1999; PhD, University of Illinois-Chicago 2006. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy, Historic Preservation, Land Use Planning and Regulation, Growth Management

(334) 844-5429

rcr001@auburn.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY
Daniel Bennett
Professor. B Arch., Auburn University 1968; M.Arch, Rice University 1974. Specializations: Urban Design, Site Design, Urban Form.

(334) 844-4285

bennedd@auburn.edu

Charlene LeBleu
(334) 844-0192

AICP leblecm@auburn.edu

Assistant Professor. BS, University of Florida; MCP & MLA, Auburn 2003. Specializations: Site Design, GIS, Ecological Planning.

Cheryl Morgan
Professor. BA & B. Arch, Auburn 1974; M. Arch, University of Illinois 1976. Specializations: Urban Design, Small Town Planning, Community Participation.

(205) 323-3592

morgace@auburn.edu

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....................$50 Approximate Annual Cost Instate ...................................................... Francis Parker........... None.........................................6 Hours of unrestricted Electives................................................................................... BUPD take accelerated track (36 hrs).........................edu Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Year Initiated: 1985 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/10...........................170 Application Fee . TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 ............. Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Cutoff scores depend on pool of applicants Hours of core ....... UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Urban Planning and Development Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr............................................................................................... Minimum GPA: 3........edu/cap/planning Michael Burayidi.............................442................................ Graduate Advisor (765) 285-5870 fparker@bsu............................ Full admission from probationary status requires a 3......................................16th Edition ........................ Francis Parker....................................... department facilitates in finding suitable internships.................................................174...Thesis or Final Product: ...... Dept.....................................................................March 1..................0 average in nine semester hours of preapproved graduate work..... 126 Thesis or Final Product ................ ……..............00 Year Initiated: 1975 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/10............................ Applicants not meeting the minimum GPA may receive probationary status.......................bsu.. Community and Economic Development Planning.....................734 per academic year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees...............................................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives ..bsu............. 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees ......................................... 82 Hours of Restricted Elective .$9......128 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ................$8.......................................... Chair Phone (765) 285-1963 E-mail: maburayidi@bsu.................................................................................................................edu BA/BS MA/MS PAB PAB ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .......21 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Suggested High School Courses: College prep core courses............. 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees & room and board ......................................................................................................................................................... March 1.. Same as University.....................edu GRADUATE DEADLINES............................................00 MASTERS DEGREE Masters of Urban Planning and Development Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dr............ Customized Urban Planning area....................... 3+ Total Required Hours In Planning Program ................ Annual Student Enrollment 03/04 04/05 05/06 07/09 08/09 08/09 Undergraduate Masters 61 28 58 30 50 29 57 36 54 37 59 38 MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution......10 Masters Specializations Sustainable and Comprehensive Planning............ $21.................... $8...... 41 Hours of Concentration Area ..... Indiana 47306 Phone (765) 285-1963 Fax (765) 285-2648 www.36 Exam.BALL STATE UNIVERSITY Urban Planning And Development College of Architecture and Planning Muncie. Awards and Grants: Field trip and study abroad grants available.... $9..281 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ............... Open Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11………… ................ Written Essay Page 8 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .................................174 per academic year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees................................ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 ......... Open Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 .. Physical Planning and Urban Design................... 3-6 Total required hours in Planning Program............. 126 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .......................0 70th percentile..........edu/finaid PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES.....$35 Approximate Annual Cost .................................... Not required FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Internship Opportunities: Required............................... others take standard track (48 hrs).......810 per academic year Application Fee ... on department’s recommendation................... 3-6 Thesis or final project ..... Included in concentration Hours of Elective ........ 2............... Financial Aid Information:Check with financial aid office www............... Undergraduate Advisor (765) 285-5870 fparker@bsu.......................15 Hours of Studio of Practice Related Courses .......22........75 Not Required for applicants who meet the above..........................................................

MURP. University of North Carolina. Lohren Deeg Assistant Professor. Planning Education (765) 285-5188 struex@bsu. University of Pennsylvania 1968. 1987.edu (765) 285-1918 vadams@bsu. Graphic layout Assistantships include tuition. Ph. BA and MARCH.edu Scott I. Planning Law. MCRP University of California. University of Wisconsin. 1984. JD and MCP. Enterprise Planning. Specilaizations: Urban Design. Planning Law. University of North Carolina 1960. 2004. Planning Theory and Transportation. PhD.edu Eric Damian Kelly Professor.edu M. Southern Illinois University. Quantitative Methods. MEDes University of Calgary (1990). University of Pennsylvania. 1981. Community Health. 1970.. University of Louisville (1993).. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. http:// www. BS & B Architecture. BS. Ph. Ball State University 1968. Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management..bsu. Other assistantships available dependent upon faculty grants.edu Bruce W. University College.edu Michael Burayidi Distinguished Irving Professor and Chair.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . History. 1970. Truex Associate Professor.Sc (Hons) University of Science and Technology. Specializations: Economic Development Planning.D.edu/web/bfrankel TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U. Parker Professor. 1981. BA. (765) 285-8606 nperera@bsu.C. (765) 285-5870 fparker@bsu. BS. Rutgers University. The Union Institute 1969. MCP. Land Use/Growth Management. University of Pennsylvania.edu Francis H. London. (765) 285-2423 ldeeg@bsu. BS. MBA. Binghamton University 1978. 1972. Ball State University. Williams College. MS. Berkley. Ph. B. (765) 285-1909 ekelly@bsu. (765) 285-5871 *Do not double count Hispanics. Planning Practice. 1995. 1974.D. Housing. Theory. Specializations: Land Use Planning. Design Comm Media. Ghana (1985). Physical Planning/Urban Design. Specializations: Computer Applications. Ph. Geographic Information Systems. Specializations: International Development and Planning. Economic Development. MS. Northern Illinois University. 1992. Emeritus Emeritus. Planning History. Community Design & Sustainable Development Practices PLANNING FACULTY Vera Adams Instructor. Comparative Planning Systems.. Housing and Real Estate Development. Ball State University. BA and MA. Community Development/Affordable Housing. MLA. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 4 22 Female 0 9 2 0 0 0 0 5 16 Total 0 27 2 0 0 0 0 9 38 (765) 285-2680 bfrankel@bsu. Ball State University. department facilitates. Landscape/Site Design. Frankel Professor.D.16th Edition | Page 9 . 1975. does not include dedicated fee of $485. Specializations: Planning Practice and Master Planned Communities. Race/Ethnicity & Planning. Ball State University. Wesleyan University. MARCH University of California Berkley.S. 1980.D. University of Sri Lanka. Specializations: Urban Design. dschoen@bsu. BA. Landscape/Site Design. MA. MRP.FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Internship Opportunities: Teaching and Research Assistantships: Required. 1964. Nihal Perera Professor. Schoen.edu David A. (765) 285-1963 maburayidi@bsu. Specializations: Urban and Town Design.

students apply their learning to real issues. using real sites and real data. Physical Context – Every student will learn to analyze and understand the physical context in which planning takes place and to participate in the making of physical plans. enriched by a growing creative class and a large number of arts programs both at the university and in the community. Page 10 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .We are a faculty of teachers first. plans in the public interest are made useful if they are implemented. in many of the capstone student projects. Experiential Learning – In addition to the immersive experiences offered in many studios. and housed within a state-of-the-art building amidst a bucolic. economic development and social issues all acknowledge the physical world in which those planning issues are addressed. working in teams with real-world stakeholders. in other selected classes. a tradition that has become a model for Ball State’s comprehensive commitment to immersive learning. but those are subordinate to the obligations we have to our students. students apply their classroom learning to real-world problems. We are part of the nationally recognized College of Architecture & Planning. practical. and a satellite campus in the heart of Indianapolis. Learning Community .16th Edition . Plan Implementation . Students learn about the political. Some courses in the accelerated track graduate program are offered in the Ball State Indianapolis facility. Our missions in research and service to our external constituencies of profession and the general community are not neglected. Muncie is a city of 65. Courses dealing with community development. This collegiality and attention is nurtured and maintained as our hallmark. located just south of Monument Circle in the heart of the city. and its graduate program is the only such program in Indiana. in co-curricular community charrettes. Our undergraduate program and the core of our traditional masters program are offered in Muncie. 750-acre main campus in Muncie. and.Simply.FYI The Ball State Bachelor of Urban Planning and Development is among only 15 accredited undergraduate programs in North America. Sustainability – Our curriculum and our courses recognize that healthy communities are socially. at the student’s option.000 with a low cost of living and an easy lifestyle. working with full-time and adjunct faculty members who have direct experience in that field. legal and economic aspects of plan implementation. In our studio classes.Our program has an established tradition of a hands-on approach to professional education. THESE VALUES CONSTITUTE OUR PROGRAM ORIENTATION Immersive Learning . economically and ecologically sustainable ones.

....Rolling admissions Financial Aid Deadline ......... Graduate Application Fee............. 40 Electives .......657 per semester (additional charge of $1........... Faculty Coordinator Phone: (617) 358-3264 Email: ersilva@bu....................edu New England Association of Schools and Colleges Accredited UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS High school graduation or have your GED and MET EN104 (English Composition) or its equivalent at another college or university and have earned a grade of "C" or higher in the course.................. Silva (617) 358-3264 ersilva@bu..............edu BA/BS MA/MS ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE Bachelor of Science in Urban Affairs Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Enrique R...................50 or higher (The MET EN104 equivalent as mentioned above would need to be one of these six transfer courses)...16th Edition | Page 11 ..... Completion of a bachelor's degree at an accredited university or college and would like to pursue a second bachelor's degree at MET.... Undergraduate Student Fee: $275 per semester Graduate Student Health Fee: $104 per semester Graduate Student George Sherman Union Fee: $975 per semester Admissions Application Fee: Undergraduate Online $75... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline ....................... MA 02215 bu......................................... Silva Assistant Professor.... Completion of a minimum six acceptable transfer courses for another accredited university of college and have a cumulative GPA of 2.....................................5-18 credits)...... Silva (617) 358-3264 ersilva@bu.... Graduate (12-18 credits) Tuition: $19............. Graduate (1-11....... Room 238 Boston............................. PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES....BOSTON UNIVERSITY City Planning and Urban Affairs Department of Applied Social Sciences Boston University Metropolitan College 808 Commonwealth Avenue... 32 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Full-time Status Undergraduate (12..... $70..... Completion of a minimum of six courses at Metropolitan College and have a cumulative GPA of 2.......... Boston University Office of Financial Assistance (617) 353-2965 MASTERS DEGREE Master of City Planning (MCP) Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Enrique R.................................edu/cityplanning Enrique R.....50 or higher (The MET EN104 equivalent as mentioned above would need to be one of these six transfer courses).............................. 48 Professional Core . 2007 .....53 2009 2008 2009 2008 2009 MCP & MUA 25 63 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .....................5 credits) Course Numbered 100-599 Tuition unless otherwise noted: 1-12 credits $362 per credit UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Course Numbered 600-999 Tuition unless otherwise noted: 1-11..August 2010 .. Rolling deadline Part-time Status Undergraduate (1-12 credits)..................... Undergraduate Offline $75...............228 per credit in excess of 18 credits)..........edu Annual Graduate Student Enrollment Applied 2008 Accepted Enrolled 25 38 16 35 New England Association of Schools and Colleges Accredited Degrees Granted 1997-2007 .....................................140 Degrees Granted from Sept.....5 credits $721 per credit Registration Fee: $40 Laboratory courses (non-computer science): $200 per course Distribution Requirements (Core): .........

..16th Edition .. the Federal Stafford Loan or the Graduate Plus Loan...................... See MCP information...... Comparative Urban Policy New England Association of Schools and Colleges Accredited Stephen Delaney MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (MUA) University Admission Policy: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution... M......A.....24 Hours of Electives...........A...... M...... Public Finance and Budgeting Madhu C.............................. 84 iBT None.12 Internship ..... Urban Design..... Ph..... Candidate......Arch. Adjunct Professor................. Urban Political Economy...........Permanent Residents Male 1 20 1 0 1 0 8 Female 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 Total 1 30 5 0 1 0 12 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .................... Transportation Planning.............. Salem State College....... Ph... 3...D........ M... City Planning and Urban Affairs.......... B..............................................Optional.................... B........ B........ 3 letters of reference and a personal essay. Manipal Institute of Technology.40 Internship ........ Environmental/Sustainability Planning.......................... Course credit given Thesis: ....................... Specializations: Race and Ethnicity...........edu Total Students 33 26 59 FACULTY Walter F................. Urban Design.............................. MA 02215 Phone: (617) 358-3993 Fax: (617) 353-4190 Email: finanaid@bu................ Silva (617) 358-3264 ersilva@bu.Masters Specializations Community Development.............. Specializations: Urban Design Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Page 12 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ......A... 84 iBT None................... Specializations Municipal Management.............24 Hours of Electives...A.................. Boston University Metropolitan College Graduate Financial Aid 755 Commonwealth Avenue Boston........................ Housing and Community Development.................0 Major Not Required... Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION MCP & MUA 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American Asian/Pacific Islander Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.... 3............. India...Not offered FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (MCP) University Admission Policy: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution...........Optional....edu 2 8 10 MASTERS DEGREE Master of of Urban Affairs (MUA) Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Enrique R...............U...Arch.......D.......... Massachusetts Institute of Technology.......... Dutta-Koehler Adjunct Professor............ Carroll Adjunct Professor. Boston University..... Housing... City Planning and Urban Affairs. American University (Sociology)........ Comparative Urbanization MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .0 Major Not Required........Optional FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION The Metropolitan College Graduate Financial Aid Office assists students in financing their education through assistantships..... Course credit given Thesis: ... University of Texas at Austin.................... 3 letters of reference and a personal essay........ Land Use/ Law.

Specializations: Comparative Urbanization. Specializations: Addiction Recovery and Prison Reform Jennifer M. This commitment to accessibility results in a student body that is truly diverse and it is this diversity that makes teaching and learning at BU so exciting. Students are asked to consider the political. MScPI. BA. University of California. We match the breadth and substance of our courses with a program that is unparalleled in its flexibility for prospective students. University of Massachusetts Amherst (Urban Planning and Documentary Studies) M. University of California. Specializations: Housing and Community Development. social and technical implications of each facet of planning and policy making.P. BU students can pursue their MCP or MUA studies in a full-time or part-time basis depending on his or her own schedule.edu Donald Zizzi B.A. if any.. and thus to grapple with the fact that there are few. simple solutions or approaches to urban issues. Planning Institutions.. policy makers and social advocates (current or future) in a critical and thoughtful light. Columbia University. as well as professional and personal commitments. Boston University. Wesleyan University.. Fordham University.A. Specializations: Transportation.16th Edition | Page 13 .D. Through its course schedule and degree requirements. Adjunct Professor. B. Transportation and Environmental Planning. The New School (LaGuardia Fellow in Nonprofit Management). Infrastructure. Raitt B. financial arrangements and responsive staff.. From the faculty's perspective. Clark University. Daniel LeClair Professor and Chair of Applied Social Sciences.A. PhD. BA. B. Jr. Dartmouth College.which. BU's MCP and MUA programs manage to remove many barriers to graduate education that would otherwise keep many people from considering much less completing a solid recognized graduate education in planning and urban affairs.A.D. Planning Theory. Ph. Fulbright Scholar. diversity challenges each professor to prepare course material that engages a broad spectrum of interests and backgrounds .A.. M.. Climate Change FYI Boston University's Masters degree programs in urban affairs (MUA) and city planning (MCP) offer a breadth of courses that individually and collectively challenge students to see not only cities. in turn.Joshua Hassol Adjunct Professor. Tulane University. but also their own role as planners. Citizen Participation (617) 358-3264 ersilva@bu. Smith. M. M. Without jeopardizing grades.. Regional Development and Planning ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .B. BU students can start their MCP or MUA by taking anywhere from one to five courses per semester depending on his or her schedule and personalized study programs. Ph.S.A. Regional Development Frank C. Berkeley. reflects his or her own thinking about city planning and ideas for future research and courses. Rockefeller School of Public Affairs and Policy SUNY Albany. University of British Columbia. University of Toronto. academic standing or other commitments. Specializations: Real Estate Development Enrique R.A. University of Rhode Island. Real Estate Development. Specializations: Urban Economics. Silva Assistant Professor/Faculty Coordinator.

..................... Full Time (6 credits or more) $2..... Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 98 107 48 57 40 35 45 89 36 65 24 26 4 3 4 3 4 3 MASTERS DEGREE Master of City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Michael Boswell.....CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY.........................February 1...................................... $248 per unit per quarter Application Fee: .......edu BA/BS PAB MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL Undergraduate Specializations Physical Planning and Urban Design..........edu Undergraduate MCRP MS/MCRP UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Year Initiated: 1976 PAB Accreditation Degrees Granted through 6/30/10...........g.................................................... Environmental Design UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: Same as university Average for College of Architecture and Environmental Design is 3........ 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 .......................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 ...................... Senior Project or Studio III GRADUATE DEADLINES.October 31............................ 1.............................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 ..20 Phone: E-mail Hemalata C............................ Dandekar Phone: (805) 756-1315 E-mail: hdandeka@calpoly. 26 Hours of Restricted Elective ..................588 per per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................ annual awards... California 93407-0283 Phone (805) 756-1315 Fax (805) 756-1340 E-mail: crp@calpoly..................... March 2.........................16th Edition .................000) Competitive......................................................................... SAN LUIS OBISPO City and Regional Planning Department 1 Grand Avenue.............................edu Hemalata C............ $55 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Ten departmental awards Eligibility Criteria: Four college awards Eligibility Criteria: ($250 to $7......................calpoly...... Urban Development and Design.............................................. 21-128 San Luis Obispo....... region. 180 Thesis or Final Product ............. Transportation... 39 Hours of Unrestricted Elective . grades.......95 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT-28 for students SAT-1249 for university and 1269 for college....................$55 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .....March 2..245 Degrees Granted from 7/1/09 to 6/30/10 ......................... 55 Hours of Studio Courses . 32 Page 14 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..................................... 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees: .... 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 ..................................................................................................000) for continuing students....................................................................................... Varies by endowment....................................planning. Dandekar Department Head (805) 756-1315 hdandeka@calpoly...........................................016 Degrees Granted from 7/1/09 to 6/30/10 .... Associate Professor (805)756-2496 mboswell@calpoly....... Environmental Planning... Full Time (6 credits or more) $2........260 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ........................ 0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..................................................................... $248 per unit Application Fee: . merit) ($250 to $2. 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees: ...... PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES...................... financial need....... 90 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ..........edu Masters Specializations Environmental Planning....edu www................... Transportation Year Initiated:1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/30/10... Varies by endowment (e.........

.... unless borderline GPA 550-paper.... Knowledge of basic computer applications........ 33 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..... 16 Hours of Restricted Electives ........ University of Bombay (1967)................... (805) 756-6605 cclark@calpoly. Transportation Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Cornelius Nuworsoo..... International Development.....25 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ....MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution.............. TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U... Specializations: Environmental Policy and Planning. writing sample................Arch........... MA (1972)............. Associate Professor (805) 756-2573 cnuworso@calpoly. Planning Theory........................ JD (1982) Franklin Pearce Law Center................... Specializations: Land Use Law...... Gender Planning.......0 in last 90 units.6 PLANNING FACULTY Michael Boswell AICP Associate Professor. Sustainable Housing and Community Development.15 Hours of Restricted Electives ..... CE 381 or GEOL 201........................ 6 Other .................. Stat 321.......................... 3 letters of recommendation................. Engl 148...........16th Edition | Page 15 ....... MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..............0 Other ............... BA (1976) and MA (1977) University of Oregon......... Professional Project or Studio III (805) 756-2246 dconn@calpoly.........D......edu Hemalata Dandekar Professor.. 0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............. University of Michigan (1969)....................... statement of purpose. and D. Land Use Planning............................ Knowledge of basic computer applications............ resume....................25 Degrees Granted from 7/01/09 to 6/30/10 ......... 213-computer Not Required 3............D...... (2000) Florida State University...... 11 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................... CSC 231............ 72 Thesis or Final Product: ....................5 in last 90 units Not required.... Los Angeles (1978)..edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ........................................... Phil........... Thesis..S............ University of California. (805) 756-2496 mboswell@calpoly.................. Public Policy.. CE 221. Environmental Planning......................... unless borderline GPA 550-paper..edu AICP Chris Clark Lecturer.................. Professional Project.............. (805) 756-1315 hdandeka@calpoly... Econ 201...... Pollution Prevention and Control...Arch.. 213-computer Not Required 3...................90 Thesis or Final Product: . MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution..............................................................0 in last 90 units. 6 Total Required Quarter Hours in Planning Program .............. Ph...... Hazard Mitigation.......edu Year Initiated:1992 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/30/10. Specializations: Environmental Planning............. 3 letters of recommendation.. Sustainability............. B.............. M.......................... Specializations: Rural and Regional Planning...... Math 143........................ David Conn Associate VP & Professor.... Thesis.... SCOM 101...............5 in last 90 units Not required............. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Male 2 18 0 0 2 0 3 1 25 Female 2 13 0 0 3 0 5 0 23 Total 4 31 0 0 5 0 8 1 48 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .............. BA (1968).. writing sample..........50 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...... (1973) Oxford University............ Climate Action Planning...... resume..... or Studio III Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Joint Master of City and Regional Planning/Master of Science in Engineering..................... 2.edu W..... BS (1989) University of Central Florida........ MSP (1991) and Ph.. 2.. statement of purpose.....

MCP. San Luis Obispo. Land Use Planning. Accounting (1990) DePaul University.edu William Siembieda Michael Multari Lecturer. Environmental Planning. Arbitration. Energy (Biofuel). BA (1976) Yale University. University of California.com AICP (805) 756-1592 utoker@calpoly. Middle East Technical University (1996). Environment-Behavior Research. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Urban Hydrology and Stormwater.A. Ph. MPA (1979) Princeton University. (1990). BA (1978) University of California.L.Arch. Associate Professor. Engineering. Participatory Planning and Design. Brown University (1983). MCRP (2001). Specializations: Demography. Professor. State University of Sao Paulo. Housing and Access.A. Quantitative Methods in Planning. San Diego. Specializations: Urban Ecology. Land Use and Strategic Planning. California State University. BA Sociology (1956) University of Redlands. Ph. Public Realm. Planning Regulation and Implementation. Planing Regulations & Implementation. Los Angeles (2007). Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning (1979). Davis (1982). BA Economics. Mediation. Master in Dispute Resolution (2003) Pepperdine University Law School..com Michael Jencks Lecturer. University of California. Geographic Information System (GIS).D. California Polytechnic State University.com (805) 756-6331 pwack@calpoly. Permit Processing. Feasibility Analysis. (805) 756-2496 cnuworso@calpoly. North Carolina State University (2003). M. BA (1969) San Fernando Valley State College. Paul Wack Professor. Williams College. (805) 781-7176 jwh4231@yahoo. B.com FAICP (805) 756-5085 wsiembie@calpoly. and Annexation. International Planning. Specializations: Community Planning. Berkeley (1972). University of California.. Morgan State University (1986). OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Doreen Liberto Blanck Lecturer. Revitalization.S. Ghana (1981). Ph. BA (1965). San Luis Obispo. Infrastructure and Public Services. Ph. Los Angeles. Ph. BS.. History of Cities. Research/Data Analysis Methods. Lecturer. California. Specializations: Land Use Law.. Place Attachment.net Vicente del Rio Professor. Specializations: Housing Policy.edu Kenneth Topping Umut Toker Assistant Professor. (1996) Cornell University. Specializations: Urban Design. MS Public Administration (1972) California State University.D. Oxford Polytechnic. Computer-based Graphic Representation Techniques. Specializations: Community Planning. MPA (1970). Environmental Law. BA. Demographics. Community Involvement. University of California. MS Transportation Studies. Specializations: Big City. (2006) University of Washington. Small Town Planning and Annexation. Specializations: Comprehensive Planning. Specializations: Housing. University of California. Land Use/Growth Management. Urban Design and Historic Preservation. BS (1978) California Polytechnic State University. BS (1987) Landscape Architecture and MS (1993) City & Regional Planning. Specific Plans. Berkeley (2002). MCRP (1967). University of California. California Polytechnic State University.edu AICP Kelly Main Lecturer. MA in Urban Design (1981). Water Law. Ph. University of California. MS.edu Page 16 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Northridge. San Luis Obispo. Cultural Aspects of Planning. Specializations: Transportation Engineering. Specializations: Urban and Sustainable Design. (1978). Architecture and Urbanism (1991).D. Arch. Infrastructure Development. Environmental Analysis.Adrienne Greve Assistant Professor. Planning and Climate Change. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Cultural Resource Preservation. (805) 756-2572 vdelrion@calpoly. Disaster Mitigation Recovery Planning. International City Development and Disaster Management.edu (805) 473-2929 Jencks@maglaw. Economics. B.edu AICP Lisa Wise Lecturer. MPA (1976) University of Southern California. County and Regional Planning. Specializations: Land Use Planning. Santa Barbara.D. M. Land Use Planning.edu AICP Jeffrey Hook (805) 756-2286 kdmain@calpoly. JD. Urban Design. AICP (805) 756-1474 agreve@calpoly. Master of City Planning in Urban Design. California. BA. (850) 756-1315 scbruce@calpoly. (1999) Colorado State University. International Planning. BS. Sustainability and Climate Change. (805) 756-1315 mmultari@aol. Specializations: Community & Regional Planning. Los Angeles. (805) 203-5022 earthdesign@charter. (805) 927-7773 KenTopping@aol. Planning Practice and Politics of Governance.D. Economic Development Planning. and Planning Policy. Riverside. Boalt Law School.net AICP Scott Bruce (805) 756-1507 zhoward@calpoly. University of California. Development Codes.16th Edition . Specializations: Housing and Real Property Development. MA (1974) California State University. Diploma of Engineer Architect (1964) University of Belgrade. University of Science and Technology.D. (805) 595-1345 lisa@lisawiseconsulting. Pomona (1980). M. Assistant Professor. State University of Rio de Janeiro.edu AICP Cornelius Nuworsoo Lecturer. Middle East Technical University (1999). Tina Metzger Lecturer. Facilitation. Berkeley. Long-range Land Use Planning. Berkeley (2004). MS Urban and Regional Planning (1972) Florida State University.edu AICP (805) 756-1315 tmetzger@calpoly.edu Zeljka Pavolich Howard Lecturer. California Polytechnic State University. Transportation and Land Use Planning. Environment-Behavior Studies.

Students work with faculty that have an excellent balance of professional experience and academic preparation and. and excellent outdoor recreation activities in the nearby hills. and construction management. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . To understand our everglobalizing world. transportation and the land use development process. program in the 2009 Planetizen Guide to Graduate Planning Education. close proximity to the beautiful Pacific Ocean. There is a small town feel to the community that enjoys many arts and music festivals. We have awarded over 1. Public. sustainable environments. This gives each student real-world experience and.D. environmental planning. a wonderful year-round temperate climate. non-profit and private employers seek to hire our program's graduates. We are proud of the program's strengths in land use planning. about halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. Design and Construction Institute (PDCI) and the Community Safety and Sustainability Group (CSSG). Students have the opportunity to complete minors in the following areas: Real property development. It is a wonderful place for learning and enjoying the exceptional natural environment offered by the Central Coast. Students learn how to develop and implement community plans. international planning. sustainability. We utilize the "learn by doing model" where the student acquires a strong professional skill set as well as an understanding of the planning process. The masters program ranks #1 nationally for programs without a Ph. CRP graduates have become planning directors of major US cities and principals in highly acclaimed private firms. as we have a well-earned reputation for providing students an excellent professional education. Switzerland. get a job. The city of San Luis Obispo (about 44. climate change. The award-winning and nationally ranked City and Regional Planning Department is recognized for its educational excellence and student achievement including the American Institute for Certified Planners (AICP) student project award for best applying the planning process. more importantly. plan implementation. extensive bike trails and beaches. Landscape Architecture. private firm or non-profit organization. a head start on finding a job after graduation. CRP students have the advantage of being able to to take courses in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design’s other disciplines that include Architecture.16th Edition | Page 17 . Students complete at least one internship in a planning agency. many times. APA award for outstanding leadership by a student planner. and research units of the college such as the Planning. who are exceptional instructors. Our faculty (full-time and part-time) are involved in environmental planning. urban design. geographic information systems. community development. Mexico and Portugal. Access to these departments provides an exciting opportunity to work in various areas of environmental design practice. Students often use the phrase "get an education. disaster mitigation planning. and many California state awards for community plans and lowcost housing projects proposals. CRP offers its students opportunities to study abroad in partner universities in Brazil. form based codes.000 people) is located on California's scenic Central Coast. the American Planning Association (APA) awards for best paper in transportation planning.200 degrees (Bachelors and Masters level) since the program began in 1968. make a difference" when talking about their experience at Cal Poly SLO. urban design. which is the largest college of its kind in California. community sustainability and climate adaptation planning.FYI The City and Regional Planning Program at Cal Poly SLO is part of the nationally recognized College of Architecture and Environmental Design.

......... 104 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ............................................ MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Herschel Farberow.. $226 per unit Application Fee ................. 52 Hours of Studio Courses ................................................................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline .....Senior Project PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES..............edu Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: University Requirements: Year initiated: 1967 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10........csupomona.. 2010 In State Tuition and Fees ............................................ 2009 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ........ Chair (909) 869-4656 jvmitchell@csupomona........................................................................ $178 Annual Student Enrollment Applied Undergraduate Masters 116 99 123 121 Year Initiated: 1970............................. $169 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Needs based Federal and Cal Grants: Merit and need-based--Check ................. $1829 per quarter Out of State Tuition and Fees ......... Land Use & Physical Planning......................................14 Exams or Written Requirements .... November 30..........31 Accepted 87 54 90 32 Enrolled 57 25 56 26 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 Masters Specializations Community Development.....................................1757 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ............................ 180 Thesis or Final Product ... POMONA Department of Urban and Regional Planning 3801 West Temple Avenue Pomona.................................... $226 per unit Application Fee ................................................................................................................. January 15...... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline .......352 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .............................................................. Graduate Coordinator (909) 869-2716 hfarberow@csupomona................................ $1517 per quarter Out of State Tuition and Fees ................ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 .............1000: For continuing students: Competitive......................................16 Hours of Restricted Electives .....0 with 1000 on the combined GRE verbal and quantitative score with no score less than 450 See above 580 Not Required Earned bachelors degree from an accredited institution... Thesis or Comp.....12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ...............60 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Undergraduate Specializations Community Development.....................................................................................................................................csupomona.....................edu BA/BS PAB MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: See www........................................... Awards $200 .... 0 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ................................................... PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10........... 20 Hours of Restricted Elective ....April 15..April 15.......................... Transportation Planning..................... Environmental Planning......................................... Transportation MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3..........................edu/urp Dr.......... Jerry Mitchell.. Environmental Planning.....................32 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...................... with Office of Financial Aid.............. GIS minor offered Page 18 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .....................................................................edu GRADUATE DEADLINES.....................................................................................................CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY.......... Chair Phone (909) 869-4656 E-mail: jvmitchell@csupomona................................... $55 Additional Fees ........................................................................................................................................................... Land Use.................... 2010 In State Tuition and Fees ........................... Exam .............. $55 Additional Fee .. Dept...................edu/~admissions/ See above See above UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ...... 32 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ..............5 or 3......................................................... merit-based............................ California 91768 Phone (909) 869-2688 Fax (909) 869-4688 www......................................................... UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Jerry Mitchell...................16th Edition Hours of Core ...........

University of California. Berkeley. Ph. (1986)... UC. Urban Design. edu/~gurey (909) 869-2725 gurey@csupomona. Rutgers University (1978). Master of Architecture.edu PLANNING FACULTY Felix R. csupomona. Western Michigan. UCLA (1971). Specializations: Community Development. rzimmer@csupomona. BFA. Ph. National Taiwan Normal University. BS. Los Angeles. Masters.edu AICP Herschel Farberow TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U. Bachelor of Environmental Studies. MA. Ph.csupomona. Urban Theory. Taipei. (909) 869-2727 fbarreto@csupomona.FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Grants and Loans: Need and merit based federal and Cal grants-Check with Office of Financial Aid. Kalamazoo. Ph. Urban Economics. Specializations: Planning Methods. Department Awards $200-$1000--for continuing students--competitive. Infrastructure Planning. Planning Studios. Pomona (1972).C. Los Angeles.D. Kyung-Hee University (1991).csupomona. MS in URP. BS. Bryn Mawr College (1979).edu Jerry V. Collaborative Urban Design. www. B. California State Polytechnic University. www. merit based. Los Angeles (1974).edu AICP Julianna Delgado Associate Professor. MPA.S. (1983). University of Oregon (1983). BS. Michigan (1970). USC. PhD in Architecture.. BA.. csupomona/~rwwillson (909) 869-2701 rwwillson@csupomona. University of California. Master of Arts in Design. (1980).A. UC. Mitchell Professor. CA (1986). Taiwan (1967). BA. Berkeley (1992). Specializations: Planning Theory.edu Gwendolyn H.edu/~hfarberow/ (909) 869-2716 hfarberow@csupomona. Policy Analysis.U. University of Florida (2005). University of Southern California (1975).D.com ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .D. Landscape Architecture.D.edu/~fbarreto OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Kip Kobayashi Lecturer. Madison (1999). (1991). Specialization: Land Use. Pomona (1973). Berkeley. CA (1983). UC Berkeley. Ph. Specializations: GIS. Specialization: Urban Design. (909) 869-4656 jvmitchell@csupomona. M. khk@mythograph. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 7 17 3 0 6 10 0 3 46 Female 10 9 2 0 10 3 0 1 35 Total 17 26 5 0 16 13 0 4 Professor. University of Southern California. Real Estate Development. University of Paris (1974). University of Michigan (1986). Public Finance.D. (1978). www. Berkeley. Master of Planning. BA. Specializations: Planning Law. Environmental Planning. CA (1981). (1975).com Bonny Lay Lecturer.16th Edition | Page 19 . University of Waterloo. Politics & Government. Specializations: Planning Methods. Zimmer 81 Lecturer. California State Polytechnic University. Specialization: Planning Administration. Barreto Professor. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. Urey Professor. International Planning. University of Illinois (1971).edu FAICPU Richard W. Design. Housing.P. Cornell (1995). (909) 869-4645 dohyungKim@csupomona. (909) 869-5427 jdelgado@csupomona.edu AICP Richard J.D. Specializations: Design Foundations. J. (909) 869-4943 *Do not double count Hispanics...P.R. Willson Professor..edu bonny_lay@yahoo. M. Transportation Modeling. Transportation Planning. University of Wisconsin. Do-Hyung Kim Assistant Professor. www. MFA. BA.

BA. Harvard. Planning BA. www. www. Transportation Planning. USC. Opportunities to participate in CPP's Presidents Climate Committee Initiative Active student organizations for graduate students. * robertpaternoster@yahoo. An active and supportive alumni organization.D. Summer programs in China. which brings scholars and practitioners to campus for dialogue on focused planning topics. Lund Lecturer. Greece and other locations and field trip courses in the Western US. Berkeley. Pomona (1984). M. California State Polytechnic University. which has produced many APA award-winning projects. University of Thesssady. GIS.B.csupomona. Visioning and Consensus Building. Specializations: Neighborhood Design and Planning.C. CA (1987). Pomona (2003). Law. Los Angeles.com * Marta Perlas Lecturer. Policy Analysis. non-profit.P.D. Pomona (1990). The program has a continuing involvement in community action research in the City of Pomona and other communities. University of California. meredith@arroyoseco.org Meenaxi Panakkal Lecturer. Architecture. Land Use. Design and Planning History. University of California. CA (1994). Loyola University (1998). Specializations: Research Methods. MURP. Specializations: Community Development. Specializations: Facilitating.csupomona. Harvard University (1973). BA. Specialization: Urban Design. csupomona. and private sectors.Arc. Transportation. David Salazar Lecturer. BA.P. Specializations: Urban Design.. Ph. Land Use. Abishek Tiwari Lecturer.C. An ability to take courses in the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies. Specializations: Planning Methods and Modeling.edu/~amcwhitaker amcwhitaker@csupomona.edu Ana Maria Whitaker AICPU Hollie M. Social Policy.A. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Los Angeles (1967). Los Angeles (1997). MA California Polytechnic State University. Specializations: Planning Graphics. B.com The award winning programs offer many opportunities for student enrichment. Community Development. MCP. An interdisciplinary GIS Minor and extensive GIS offerings for graduate students. Housing. Specializations: Land Use Planning.edu Page 20 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Ph.edu (909) 869-2710 hlund@csupomona. Meredith McKenzie Lecturer. Studios. B. Planning History.D. General Plan. San Francisco State University (1971).16th Edition . The annual Dale Prize program. BFA. Community and Environmental Psychology. MURP. Specializations: Campus Planning. Santa Monica.edu Robert Manford Lecturer. Volos. Numerous internship opportunities in the public.com * Lori Pullman Lecturer. California Water.com * Robert Paternoster Lecturer. Western Washington University (1997). Specializations:Undergraduate Seminar. Urban Design. including: * Use of the Southern California region as a laboratory. A. davidsalazar@csupomona. Planning Practice.. Ph. an innovative environmental demonstration and research facility. Urban Design. JD.edu/~dpoulakidas * * (909) 869-4645 dpoulakidas@csupomona. SciArc.. USC. Los Angeles. loggins@csupomona. M. FYI abeiku@aol. Ph. Planning Research Methods. * meenaxipanakkal@lsa-assoc. Portland State University (2001).. California Polytechnic State University.edu Dimitris Poulakidas Lecturer.edu FAICP Steve Preston Lecturer. University of Ghana (1991). * llpullman@csupomona.Charles Loggins Professor Emeritus. undergraduate students and a chapter of Planners' Network. M. University of Pennsylvania (2002).. CA (2003).D. Greece (1996). Specialization: Environmental Planning... mp@mythograph. UCLA (2008). (1963). Masters. University of California.edu/~hlund Professor Emeritus. http://www.

.......................................................................... $55 Additional Fee...$7..................................... 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees ................................................... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 ............. $1.. NORTHRIDGE Urban Studies and Planning 18111 Nordhoff Street Northridge.. TUITION AND FEES Receipt of Applications Starts 2011-2012 ...........34 Hours of Studio Courses (in core) ........................ $1..................................$55 Approximate Annual Cost Instate... No additional fees Hours of Core . ACT: 10 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES.16th Edition | Page 21 ......................edu BA/BS ACSP Member: FULL Undergraduate Specializations Urban and Regional Planning Housing.......................120 Thesis or Final Product ..........431 per semester (12 units or more) Out-of-State Tuition ............. 0 Total Required Hours In Planning Program . GRADUATE DEADLINES...............................Not required FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION University-wide: Eligibility criteria: Departmental: Over 300 scholarships Varies.....................Urban Planning Concentration Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Year initiated:2010 Enrolled (Past 5 Fall Terms) Undergraduates Fall 05 79 Fall 06 100 Fall 07 79 Fall 08 115 Fall 09 108 Rob Kent..............................................................................................................CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY............. August 1........................................... Department Chair Phone: (818) 677-4372 E-mail: rob.........................................248/ Course Application Fee ........html Robert B........edu UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA in Urban Studies and Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Rob Kent.......................html Minimum GPA: 2..... $2............. 176 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..... March 2......... awarded by achievement...........................................kent@csun............ Two...edu Masters Specializations Public Sector Planning Environmental Planning Sustainability Community Development Year initiated:1971 Degrees Granted through August 2009 ............................ California Phone (818) 677-2904 Fax (818) 677-5850 E-mail: urban............ Chair (818) 677-4372 rob...studies@csun. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-2012 ....15 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................. 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees ................... 49 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University.......................431 + $372 per unit (12 units or more) Application Fees .................... Chair (818) 677-4372 rob................... July 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 ........................edu/~hfanr055/reg/ftfadmr2....... $2............. Over 826 Degrees Granted from September 2005 to August 2009................248/Course Out-of-State Tuition and Fees....................kent@csun..............................(3) Hours of Restricted Elective ....edu http://www................................................... Kent........................... Community and Economic Development Sustainability and Environmental Planning UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: None University Requirement: See website: http://www.....................................488 without books MASTERS DEGREE Masters of Public Administration -.......................kent@csun....................edu/csbs/departments/ urban_studies_and_planning/index........................... October 1................csun...0 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: SAT: 510...........................................csun.........................

. 36 Exam. M.D..D. France (1998).......... 18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .... Research Based Urban Design.abhishek@csun. Specializations: Housing Policy.Weintraub@lacity.. In addition.. Specializations: Transportation History. Architecture. 0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program . Environmental Review.... Utopian Communities....... Affordable Housing (818) 677-2904 tiwari..A.. Ph...com AICP (818) 677-6463 kenya... University of California.org (818) 677-7246 henrik.. California State University....covington@csun.... Urban Policy Design and Management. PhD.... Los Angeles (818) 677-2904 (818) 677-7247 ward.......... and university service.. Development Planning.D... Environmental Planning Part-Time Lecturer......com Henrik Minassians Assistant Professor... Exam (818) 677-2904 ali........ M. Transportation Planning.5 GPA in the last 60 semester credit or 90 quarter credit hours.. Baltimore County (2003).... Latin America...edu abhishek@vtaengineering. which contributes to the development of informed and thoughtful individuals prepared to contribute to the society at large... research and publication......... Los Angeles (2002)..........D.thomas@csun..keynejad@csun. Housing and Gender in Planning... Ring Professor of Urban Studies and Planning.........willey@csun. Syracuse University (1983)......... University of California. 15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .. set in the context of the social sciences..... University of Paris. Research Methods FYI Mission Statement The mission of the Department of Urban Studies and Planning is to prepare students.. University of California. University of Southern California (2002). Brazil Minimum Undergraduate GPA: (818) 677-2904 euri@csun.....5 GPA in the last 60 semester credit or 90 quarter credit hours Minimum of 2. Case Processing/Entitlements (818) 677-2904 david.... General Plans and Specific Plans.... Irvine (2009).....edu Minimum GRE: Ali Farassati Part-Time Lecturer... Community Development....edu claudewilley@sbcglobal.. North Carolina State University (2004).. Latin America. Specializations: Public Administration.......edu dev.... Environmental Planning.net Zeynep Toker Associate Professor..... Contract Design and Management... Public Policy Analysis......... Sustainable Planning (818) 677-2881 phyl... Specializations: Environmental and Urban Planning.minassians@csun...A..... Policy Implementation Theory David Weintraub Part-Time Lecturer... J.ammers@csun.............. Irvine (2001)..... Ph...vrat@csun.....edu Page 22 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ........ Urban Governance.A... Los Angeles (1997)...... Specializations: Urban and Regional Planning.kent@csun. M.edu Dev_Vrat@URSCorp..D..16th Edition ........ GPA less than 3. Specializations: Third World Cities... Infrastructure and Services Finance Plans (818) 677-2904 (818) 677-4372 rob..... Community Development........ Specializations: Planning in the Public Sector (Comprehensive and Regional Planning).. Public Health PLANNING FACULTY Kenya Covington Assistant Professor.. Northridge (1992).edu Abhishek Tiwari Part-Time Lecturer. Specializations: Urban and Social Policy.. Specializations: CEQA/NEPA Compliance.. MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ....... Santa Barbara (1986).A. Land Use Feasibility Studies.... Department faculty supports the mission through teaching...D..... California Water. M. University of California.. University of Southern California (1979)... Green Building.. Public Policy Making and Planning (818) 677-2904 charles......... at both the undergraduate and graduate level. University of Maryland.. Demography.....A... Environmental History.... Specializations: Economic Development.edu Phyl Van Ammers Lecturer.edu Dev Vrat Robert B.toker@csun.weintraub@csun........ Facilities Master Planning... Ph....... community outreach and action........D.. Ph. Part-Time Lecturer......... M. Ph.. University of California... Cartography/GIS.... the department seeks to provide a broad based educational experience..... Thesis or Final Product .0 requires GRE 50th percentile in one of the three categories of GRE OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Euripedes De Oliveira Part-Time Lecturer.. Law and Planning... Specializations: Long Range Community Planning... 3 Hours of Restricted Electives ....edu Claude Willey Ward Thomas Associate Professor....farassati@csun........ (818) 677-2872 zeynep. Specializations: Community Participation. Los Angeles (1981) Specializations: Housing Policy... Ph.edu AICP Charles Keynejad FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Internship Opportunities: Teaching and Research Assistantships: Yes None Part-Time Lecturer..... Geography of Child Care.......edu claude. Kent Chair and James R...... Art and Urbanism.. for professional careers in urban studies and planning... University of California.edu David.MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum of 2.

..... Program Director Phone (202) 319-6265 E-mail: edwardsh@cua.............. 9 or fewer credit hours) ..........edu/academicprograms/ mcrp.. Teaching and Research Assistantships Academic and Need/Merit.....edu BA/BS MA/MS ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.315 per credit hour Application Fee ............ 6 Hours of Restricted Electives ..... Real Estate Development and Planning..........S......................0 1000 required for financial aid 580 paper....................... 10 or more credits) ......... 60 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES....... Program Director (202) 319-6265 edwardsh@cua................... 9 Hours of Design Option Courses ........... 237 computer.... $40 (activities fee per semester) FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: Eligibility Criteria: MCRP Scholarship.................... Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Male 0 7 2 0 1 0 0 1 11 Female 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 8 Total 1 10 6 0 1 0 0 1 19 Annual Student Enrollment Applied 09/10 10/11 10 10 Accepted 09/10 10/11 9 12 Enrolled 09/10 10/11 16 19 Masters MASTERS DEGREE Master of City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Hazel R............................ Edwards.. 9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .........0 GPA TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2010-2011 (as of July 3..................... Urban Design Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..... March 1 Tuition and Fees (Full-time...........................................E.............................................................................. 3 Thesis ... Washington...........edu Year Initiated: 2008 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10............ $1....... 1000 GRE.. 92 Internet Not Required No Requirements MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ............. Edwards...........................1 Masters Specializations Sustainable Design and Planning............. D....................................................... $425 (one time fee).................. 20064 Phone (202) 319-5188 Fax (202) 319-5728 http://architecture.cfm Hazel R........... $16............................... 12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ...........D....... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline for Masters program .............cua.......... N.....................................16th Edition | Page 23 .......C..............................930 per semester Tuition and Fees (Part-time... Ph..THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA Graduate Program in City and Regional Planning School of Architecture and Planning 620 Michigan Avenue.................... 2010) U....$55 Additional Fees ............ 21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ................ rolling admissions Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program ....................... 3...... AICP.......................................... 48 Total Required Hours in Planning Program with Design Option ...............

(202) 319-5188 gusevicm@cua.Arch. Life Cycle Assessment.S. George Washington University (1971). Working Lands Preservation FYI Building on the strong tradition of CUA’s architecture programs. LEED-AP Assistant Visiting Professor. and Theory.R.edu/People/williams. Urban Design.P..C.P. The Washington. Land Use and Physical Planning. University of Maryland (1989). Public Policy. the Master of City and Regional Planning (M. Research Methods.cua. The Catholic University of America (1974). practice. Specializations: Planning History. George Washington University (1993). Infrastructure Planning. is a minimum two-year. At CUArch students will learn about creating better environments from the perspective of sustainable design and planning principles.A. Urban Design. Community Design. History.) links design with policy to assist planners in the stewardship of the built. Land Use Planning.cfm (202) 319-6398 grech@cua. The planning curriculum integrates planning history.cua. University of Virginia... B.edu AICP Howard Ways (202) 319-5188 levinej@cua.C. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (2007). Specializations: Coastal Resource Management.R. suburban. Building Envelope Design. MAURP. Finance. and Infrastructure. AICP Associate Professor of Practice. Natural Resource Management.. Cornell University. Urban Economics. in urban.. http://architecture. (202) 319-5188 ways@cua.. Public Policy. MURP. AICP Associate Professor.cua. theory. GIS Spatial Modeling. University of Michigan. Public and Private Policy and Implementation. In today’s climate.edu RIBA Christopher P. Quantitative Methods. these policy-related subjects will be framed within sustainable design and planning principles as well as the context of regionalism. Sustainable Planning. M.D. Real Estate Development. and Ethics.edu Cameron Weimar.edu FAICP Julius Levine Professor of Practice. (202) 319-6682 cweimar@cua. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign (1993). Integration of Buildings. B. D. Regional Economic Development Policy.Arch. Professor.edu Lecturer. Harvard University (1989). City College of New York.D. Ph. Transportation Planning. George Mason University (2005).D.. AICP Lecturer. Growth Management.edu FAICP Judith Meany.edu FAIA Dwayne Pierce Guthrie. BA (1982) and B. and cultural environments. Brown University. Specializations: Environmental Planning. http://architecture.C. Edwards.edu/People/grech.P..edu Joint Masters Degrees: • Architecture Page 24 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .cfm (202) 319-5188 meany@cua. M. Livability Issues. Specializations: Real Estate Development and Design. Ph..D. land use.D.cfm (202) 319-5188 guthrie@cua. The M. BS. Howard University (1981). Quantitative Methods.cfm Annie I. Environmental Planning.. Land Use Planning and Law. Ph.C. University of Florida (1977). The curriculum prepares students with the foundation to become generalist planners and steward planners according to the CUArch mission.D.Arch. Morgan State University. University of Oregon. Morgan State University. (202) 319-5188 hillary@cua. Specializations: Planning History. Specializations: Urban Design. metropolitan area provides an excellent laboratory to explore planning issues.R. Hillary Lecturer. natural. Temple University. and M. B.R. Theory. MCP.Arch.edu Miriam Gusevich Associate Professor. B. zoning and legal aspects.Arch.edu/People/levine. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. and exurban locations. University of Liverpool. Zoning.Arch. University of Florida (1979). Ph. Frostburg University. Specializations: Urban Design. and analytical methods. Ph... Planning Practice. (202) 319-6265 edwardsh@cua. MAUD. Demographics. Specializations: Infrastructure Funding. Specializations: Sustainable Design. BSCE. Conservation Practices. http://architecture. transportation. Ph. Collaborative Design Processes.. Cornell University.D.. planning and design interventions should consider the impact on the environment. Terrance Williams Professor. (202) 319-5188 bellas@cua. Sustainable Systems. Landscapes. Qualitative Methods.P. Architectural Design.. (1985). Specializations: Community and Housing Development.16th Edition . This added coursework will strengthen the physical design skills for those who do not have an architectural background or who want to extend their training in the context of physical planning.cua.C. Principles of Urbanization. Grech Associate Professor. B. 48-credit hour program with an optional design focus that increases the program to 60-credit hours. Urban Design. M. Ph. Design Behavior.edu (202) 319-5565 williams@cua. MCRP. Land Use Planning. Community Engagement.edu/People/edwards.PLANNING FACULTY Hazel R. MUD. BA. Ph. all of which form the foundation of the generalist planner’s perspective. Western New England College (1982).Arch. B. MUEP. Specializations: Economic and Fiscal Impact.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Dean Bellas.D. Coupled with a design orientation. http://architecture. BAE. The program is also aligned closely with the Master of Science in Sustainable Design program.

...............16th Edition | Page 25 .............500 for the academic year plus tuition reduction to $1020 per semester.edu PAB ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS GRADUATION Requirements Hours of Core ....clemson... transcripts 2.... South Carolina Phone (864) 656-3926 Fax (864) 656-7519 www...... Most second year students have 15 hour (2 days/week) assistantships with local planning entities.15 Mixed Other/Don’t Know Masters Specializations Environmental/Land Use........................500 each year plus tuition reduction to only $1020 per semester.............................................. earning around $4....... GIS MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s from an accredited institution................... CLEMSON UNIVERSITY Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture 124 Lee Hall Clemson....033........ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 ................... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.........037....56 Exam..... These are awarded based on merit......... Development......... FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION The program offers approximately 13 departmental assistantships of roughly $3.........................020 per semester with assistantship Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: . 6-9 Thesis or Terminal Project ......Thesis or Final Product: ....9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives . Rolling Admission.............MA/MS Ph..... auto access is usually necessary for these positions.. statement of purpose Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics. Additional assistantships may be available based on faculty research funding... 4.......... These are based on job availability...........020 per semester with assistantship Application Fees: .. University.........edu/caah/pla Thomas Schurch..... Graduate and research assistantships are made available to attract high caliber students... 3................... $1............... Chair Phone (864) 656-3925 E-mail: cuplanning-l@clemson.................. Transportation...........................0 Writing Prefer 600 Not Required 3 letters of recommendation.. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Male 0 22 1 0 0 0 0 1 24 Female 2 14 1 0 0 0 0 3 20 Total 2 36 2 0 0 0 0 4 44 Annual Student Enrollment Applied 09/10 10/11 47 80 Accepted 09/10 10/11 33 64 Enrolled 09/10 10/11 23 22 Masters MASTERS DEGREE Master of City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Barry Nocks....6-9 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .................. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ........................... financial need........23 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ......edu Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10..... timely submittal and faculty needs...S..... $80 International applicant TOTAL * MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U................$70 US applicant.......................................D........................ Director (864) 656-4094 nocks2@clemson.... Urban Design...... $1...................... 610Q.8 Hours of Restricted Electives .......0 Major Prefer 470V. $8........502 Degrees Granted from 9/10 to 8/31/10 ......... March 1 Priority In-State Tuition and Fees: ..................7..........Thesis or Terminal Project and Oral defense............ PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES................ $4....... March 1 Priority Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 .....................

.edu James B. English. 3 letters of recommendation... Battisto Associate Professor.. Georgia Institute of Technology (1998). Clemson University (1979) Specializations: Natural Resource Policy and Planning....... MPCD.. Ph.... Planning Practice...........S.. Clemson University (1978)... (864) 656-2477 cliffoe@clemson. Berkeley (1990). Healthy Communities.. New Urbanism..15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..A.... B..............5 Master’s degree in appropriate discipline.... DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core . Ph. B. Director (864) 656-0520 mlauria@clemson......A. Healthy Communities...edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY David J.......... MLA.. B....0 minimum Prefer 600 UG-3.. B... statement of interest..... (864) 656-3897 adavid@clemson..... UCLA (1975)....... UCLA(1997).... Economic Development..... Specializations: Urban Design.. Aging.. Dunning Associate Professor... Berkeley (2006)....... M.edu (864) 656-0151 anned@clemson.. Davis (2001)..... (864) 656-2496 cdyckma@clemson..A.. and M. Clemson University (1982). BLA.... Specializations: Transportation Planning & Engineering...D............edu Year initiated 2005 Degrees granted through 7/31/10 . Water Policy and Law.S.... Specializations: Environmental Planning..D..DOCTORAL DEGREE Planning..9 Other .....D..... Impact Assessment...-3.. Site Planning.. MCP University of California...D..... Transit Planning......... MRP (1972)...............edu Caitlin Dyckman Assistant Professor..A. London Professor.. Ph.edu (864) 656-1587 cunninm@clemson.. Grant Cunningham Associate Professor...... Syracuse University (1970)..D. University of North Carolina.. Cornell University (1992).16th Edition ....... MArch. (864) 656-4094 nocks2@clemson........0 Grad. Cornell University (1969). Resource Policy.......... Urban Politics and Policy.... Specializations: Health Care Design...... Housing.. Community Development.B.. Stephen L............ Sustainability & Land Ecology Technology. Specializations: Planning Theory.... 23-26 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .. Duke University (1979).. B..... Ph.... (1975) Specializations: Land Use Planning and GIS.............edu FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Graduate and Research assistantships available to attract high caliber students. (1977). Image Processing.. (1978)... Planning Process and Strategic Planning...edu Dina G. Berkeley (2001)...S.. B.A. Specializations: Coastal Management. Planning and Community Development....... Database Technology.............A...... Pre-Architecture. Nocks Professor...D.6 Hours of Restricted Electives . Doctoral Specializations Regional & Community Development & Design Built Environment & Health Restoration..0 Exams or Written Requirements: Comprehensive Exam and Dissertation (864) 656-3927 london1@clemson...7 Cliff D.A......D.............. Quantitative Methods..S. Specializations: Planning Theory and History.. History and Philosophy...edu Page 26 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...... Ellis Associate Professor... Community Development......edu Barry C... Ph... Design and the Built Environment Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Mickey Lauria. MCP.......... (864) 656-3887 dbattis@clemson..... City and Regional Planning... B.. (864) 656-0520 mlauria@clemson... Communications. SUNY.... Negotiation..... Georgia Institute of Technology (2004). Anne E. University of California.. Specializations: Health Care Design.... Bachelor’s Architecture....... A. Sustainable Development.. PhD.. PLANNING FACULTY M.. Colorado College (1973)......... Raster and Vector Technology..... University of California. 600....... (1971)... M.. Planning Law.... Clemson University (1993).......D. Ph...... MArch. J..... University of Minnesota. University of Colorado at Denver (1982)... University of South Carolina (1974).... financial aid application. University of California. Allison Professor... Harvard University..... University of Tennessee Knoxville (1991). 5. Land Use Planning Process............ M. Spatial Modeling.. Michigan. Sperry Associate Professor. Ph....... Materials & Construction Processes DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Program Requirement: Prefer 600.edu Mickey Lauria Professor. Transportation Innovation....... Clemson University (1995).. (864) 656-3635 sperrys@clemson.. Research Methods. University of South Carolina (1985)...

Community Based Service Learning. Pennsylvania State University. BS 1975. The Pennsylvania State University. B.edu Roger W.S. Housing and Community Development. MLA.S. Michigan State University (1996). Dipl.S. McGill University (1971). B. Specializations: Health Care Design.AG. (864) 656-3878 riggor@clemson.edu Hala Nassar Associate Professor.edu Thomas Schurch Professor and Chair. (864) 656-3926 tschurc@clemson. St.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .D. PhD. PhD. Specializations: Nature-based Land Art. March 1977. Dipl. Architecture. Best Practices.. and PhD. Michigan Technological University (1965). Advanced Materials. Architectural History/ Theory/Criticism.1995. Louis University (1972). University of Washington in Urban Design & Planning (1989).-Vorprüfung Landschaftsplanung (B. Specializations: Environmental Ethics.16th Edition | Page 27 . B.. Center for Real Estate Development. The Pennsylvania State University.L. MArch. Housing. University of Illinois at Chicago.) University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences (BOKU).S. History of Technology.MA.edu (864) 656-3887 kegreen@clemson.S. University of Georgia (1998). Cal Poly Pamona. Market and Feasibility. PH.D. Specializations: Urban Design. Community Design (864) 656-2472 dgstach@clemson.. Wayne State University (1967).D. Specializations: Digital Environment.edu Doris Gstach Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture. M.-Ing. and Real Estate Finance and Investments. Lehigh University (2002). Specializations: Real Estate Principles. Resource Control..D..A. MUP (1974) Ph..edu (864) 656-2380 athomp6@clemson.D. University of Washington-Seattle.Ted Cavanaugh Professor. BA. Regional Architect.. (864) 656-3925 eworzal@clemson. Ph. Kassel University. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. McGill University (1974).edu Robert Hogan Professor and Assistant Interim Chair..A). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Evergreen State College.. Roundtables on the Role of the Architect and Contractor. (864) 656-3898 tcavana@clemson. Liska Professor. Cal Western Camus. US International University.edu Keith Evan Green Associate Professor. PhD. M. Real Estate and Urban Land Economics.edu (864) 656-3902 sverder@clemson. Valuation.. BA. Ph. Aging and Research Methods. M. M. Specialization: Building Technology and Design. School of Architecture. Process and Market Analysis. (864) 656-3914 hrobert@clemson. Specializations: Real Estate Development. Landschaftsplanung. University of Pennsylvania (1985). M Arch.A.2005. MS in Real Estate Appraisal and Investment Analysis. PhD. 1992. University of Pennsylvania (1998).B. Meaning in the Built Environment. Allen Thompson Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion. Department of Construction Science and Management Stephen Verderber Professor. San Diego (1971). Feasibility Analysis. Vienna. A. (864) 656-3903 jfarris@clemson. Design (864) 656-2499 hnassar@clemson. Public-Private Partnerships. Specializations: Construction Personnel Management. (M. B.edu J. Department of Architecture. Associate Professor. Specializations: Open Space.L. ArchD.edu Shima Clarke. Germany. Elaine Worzala Professor and Director. Terrence Farris Associate Professor. Ph.S. The Pennsylvania State University. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.. (864) 656-4498 shimac@clemson.

......................................................................................... 14 in writing/ computer-based: 197/paper-based: 525 MASTERS GRADUATION Requirements Hours of Core .........................................urban..............csuohio....keating@csuohio...............$896.............................289 Degrees Granted from 12/15/09 to 5/15/10 .....0 Department 50th Percentile Department internet-based: 17 in reading.. Dale Fellowship and Premier Industry...........................................None PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES.... Design and Development Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs 1717 Euclid Avenue Cleveland......75 University..............S.. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Male 1 18 2 0 0 0 5 2 28 Female 1 18 4 0 0 0 5 4 32 Total 2 36 6 0 0 0 10 6 60 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban Planning Design and Development Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dennis Keating.................... 12 to 16 Hours of Restricted Electives . Annual Student Enrollment Applied 07/09 Masters 59 08/2010 Accepted 07/09 34 08/2010 Enrolled 07/09 61 08/2010 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Spring 2010 U..edu Year Initiated: 1990 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/15/2010.25 per credit hour Out-of State Tuition and Fees: ................... Teaching and Research Assistantships: Three to five total in state and out of state..........................16 Exit Project/Thesis ................ speaking and listening....edu PAB ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL 2........ Chair Phone: (216) 687-5265 E-mail: w......... 3.......................kellogg@csuohio.................. Director (216) 687-2298 w.... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..................................00 Additional Fees ... July 12..............................................16th Edition Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics............ $475..........................................4 Total Required Hours in Planning Program . $30.... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-2011 ........................................ Department Awards and Grants: Dively Fellowship.................................................. None FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Internship Opportunities: Check with department for availability......................................... .......... 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees: ..................................... W.......................edu/academics/graduate/mupdd/ Wendy Kellogg............ include tuition and stipend......................48 Exams or Written Requirements ...........MA/MS CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY Master of Urban Planning.........00 Application Fee ............................................................ Ohio 44115 Phone (216) 687-2136 Fax (216) 687-9342 www......................... February 15.................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-2011 ..........32 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...................................................24 Masters Specializations Housing and Neighborhood Development Economic Development Environmental Sustainability Real Estate Development and Finance GIS Historic Preservation Page 28 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..........

edu Sugie Lee Assistant Professor. Ph.D. Kent State University (1982). Ryberg Assistant Professor. University of California-Berkeley (1977).csuohio.. (216) 687-5597 s.D.keating@csuohio. Urban and Regional Economics. Specializations: Politics and Governance. Hill Professor. Housing and Neighborhood Planning. Ph. Ph.hill@csuohio. GIS. M.D. Metropolitan/ Regional Planning..edu (216) 687-3758 alan.D. Ph. (216) 687-3571 m. Ohio State University (2000) Specializations: Quantitative Spatial Analysis. Georgia Institute of Technology (2005).mikelbank@csuohio.D.edu/faculty/lee (216) 687-2381 s. Community Development. Growth Management. Smart Growth.edu Norm Krumholz Professor.csuohio.edu Michael Spicer Professor. Quantitative Methods. Public Management/Strategic Planning.csuohio..edu Sung-Gheel Jang Assistant Professor.spicer@csuohio.htm FYI (216) 687-5265 w. University of Maryland (2004). Chapel Hill (1990). Carnegie Mellon University (1985) Specializations: Citizen Participation. Specializations: Demography.jang75@csuohio.R. http://urban.16th Edition | Page 29 . Specializations: Planning Law. Environmental Land Use Planning. Cornell University (1965). Regional Economics. Kellogg Professor. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1981) Specializations: Economic Development Planning. Specializations: Community Development. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Mark Salling Research Faculty. Urban Economics. (216) 687-5258 r.PLANNING FACULTY Mittie Davis Jones Associate Professor. Economic Geography.D. Housing and Neighborhood Planning.D. Specializations: Land Use Planning.weinstein@law. Cornell University (1993) Specializations: Citizen Participation. http://urban.. (216) 687-2298 w. (216) 802-3386 (216) 687-2259 j. Public Policy. J..lee56@csuohio. Geographic Information Systems.edu Alan Weinstein Associate Professor.D. Real Estate Development.edu W.. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2005).edu (216) 687-2174 e. Politics and Government. Ph.d. JD University of Pennsylvania (1968).salling@csuohio. Ph.krumholz@csuohio.edu/~sanda/ (216) 687-3716 m. Urban Geographic Information Systems.edu Robert Simons Professor. Specializations: GIS.C. http://urban.D.D. Computer Applications. Ph.csuohio. Ph. (216) 687-6946 n..kaufman@csuohio.jones97@csuohio. Brian Mikelbank Associate Professor. Ph.edu/~mik/ b. Environmental and Regional Land Use.D. Specializations: Historic Preservation. http://urban. Elvery Assistant Professor.elvery@csuohio.D. Coastal Management. Wayne State University (1985) Specializations: Citizen Participation..edu/~wendy/wendy. Conflict Management.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .. Specializations: Labor Economics. Ph.edu Sanda Kaufman Professor. Ph. Planning History Joel A. University of Pennsylvania (2010).simons@csuohio. Planning Practice and Politics. Urban Economics.D.edu (216) 687-3861 m. Housing/Neighborhood Planning.. University of California-Berkeley (1978) Specializations: Community Development.csuohio. Planning Law.edu Wendy A. Ohio State University (1974). Urban and Regional Economics.. University of North Carolina.edu Stephanie R.D. Specializations: Brownfield Redevelopment. Urban/ Metropolitan Spatial Analysis. (216) 687-2367 s. Urban Geography. Ph.P. Dennis Keating Professor. Edward W. Ph.kellogg@csuohio.

........................................ ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy Application form (available on-line)................................................. need-based........................... N/A In-State Tuition and Fees..................... Physical Planning............................................................ Department Chair Phone 212 854 8495 lf182@columbia.950 per semester Application Fee ... Urban Economic Development.....................$ 19...................................................................................edu http://www......................................... International Planning & Development.......... $ 75 Additional Fees.................. $ 375 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Financial aid available..........edu Year Initiated: 1943 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted 1982 through May 10 ..........................................6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program: ................ Apply directly to Columbia GSAPP DOCTORAL DEADLINES.................................... Lance Freeman.........24 Hours of specialization (minimum) .............60 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES................................edu Hours of core curriculum:............................................................................6 Hours of restricted electives .............. transcripts from undergraduate school..............................950 per semester Application Fee.......... Foster........edu/programs/urban-planning MA/MS PAB Ph......... GRE scores No minimum requirements posted 450 verbal/450 quantitative 100 on digital test N/A N/A University Undergrad GPA Minimum GRE Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class Department Requirements MASTERS GRADUATION Requirements Dr......... Planning and Preservation Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Janet W...................................... Transportation Planning Page 30 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .................D.... $ 75 Additional Fees ...........788 Masters Specializations Housing and Community Development........................................................................................ ....COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Graduate Program in Urban Planning 413 Avery Hall 1172 Amsterdam Avenue New York..950 per semester Out-of-State/ International Tuition & Fees ......January 1 Financial Aid Deadline ........................................ 3 letters of recommendation........................... NY 10027 Phone 212 854 3518 Fax 212 864 0410 E-mail: urbanplanning@columbia........................9 Hours of thesis (included in core) ................ TUITION AND FEES Deadline for Fall Admission.........................................columbia....... $3000 per year TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.........................24 Hours of studio (included in core) .....January 15 No Spring Admission Financial Aid Deadline .. Associate Director for Planning and Preservation (212) 854-3518 jf2060@columbia...Approx.................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline...$ 19....................$ 19.........................................................arch..........950 per semester Out-of-State and Int’l Tuition & Fees ..................................... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below....$ 19..................Permanent Residents Annual Student Enrollment The University does not release these figures Male 1 19 2 0 1 0 2 13 Female 3 24 2 0 6 0 6 16 Total 4 43 4 0 7 0 8 29 MASTERS DEGREE Masters of Science in Urban Planning Graduate School of Architecture......................January 15 In-State Tuition and Fees 2009-2010 .........................16th Edition Total Students 37 54 91 *Do not double count Hispanics.........

.........D........D....... Specializations: Housing..Permanent Residents Male 0 5 1 0 0 0 3 4 13 Female 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 4 11 Total 0 10 1 0 2 0 3 8 24 DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph... December (1991)...... (1987).. Ph......21 Hours of Thesis .... Minimum GRE: Departmental Requirement: DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of core .................. Neighbhorhood Revitalization. Architecture............ Urban Design...... in Architecture (2002)..... Hours of Unrestricted Electives .... (1975). December (1997)............16th Edition | Page 31 .............edu Degrees Granted through May 2010 ..................... Ph......Dual Masters Programs: • MSUP and Masters in Historic Preservation (3 years) • MSUP and Masters in Architecture (4 years) • MSUP and Masters in Business Administration (3 years) • MSUP and Masters in Public Health (3 years) • MSUP and Masters in International Affairs (3 years) • MSUP and Juris Doctor (Law) (4 years) • MSUP and Masters of Social Work (3 years) Dual degrees require separate application and independent admission to both programs........ Contact both programs of a dual degree for appropriate information on applications................. Planning... Assistant Professor of Urban Planning (tenure-track)..Robert Beauregard...... Ph................. School of Policy. in Urban Planning Graduate School of Art and Sciences Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dr......... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below... Director of the PhD Program Professor of Urban Planning.A.................. University of California... B............ Columbia University (2008-)....... Planning and Preservation.......................... University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.. BusinessAdministation...........5 GPA. 24 Hours of Restricted Electives ....... tenure track)............... rab48@columbia....... (1969)... cei2108@columbia.........D.......72 lf182@columbia... Universidad Central de Venezuela (1993)..... University of California. Graduate School of Architecture................... Rhode Island School of Design............ Department of Design.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ........... Latin American Planning..D.. Bachelor of Science. International Development Land Use & Environment Urban Economic Development Urban Redevelopment PLANNING FACULTY Robert Beauregard....27 Total Required Hours in Planning Program . Cornell University. Director for PhD Program (212) 854-6280 rab48@columbia... and Development. TOEFL score of 100...................... University of Southern California (2002-2008)............ Doctoral Specializations Housing.... Master of Architecture. Other ....... Berkeley... If English is not the native language......... MSc in Physical Planning and Urban Design... City and Regional Planning. Director of the Urban Planning Program Associate Professor of Urban Planning (tenured)... December....... Social and Cultural Aspects of Planning and Place-making............ State University of New York at Buffalo...57 Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics.... TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.......... Economic Restructuring of Urban Environments.... Specializations: International Planning................... Gentrification... Department of City and Regional Planning.... Master of Regional Planning........edu Clara Irazabal Assistant Professor of Urban Planning (nontenured...... Shrinking Cities...... Berkeley (1994)....Specializations: Postwar Urbanization........ University of NorthCarolina at Chapel Hill...........edu DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Must have 3....... 1200 Masters degree in Planning or related field... Affordable Housing.. Lance Freeman...........

Design. Director of the Technological Change and Urban Social Policy Research Unit. (1964) and (1972). Columbia University Advanced Architectural Degree. M. and Bangalore. Prior to that he worked with the New York State Housing Finance Agency and the State of New York Mortgage Association. historic conservation. University of Pennsylvania.A. Floyd Lapp Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Planning. and historian. New York. (1996). Physical Planning. (2002). Switzerland. Quantitative Techniques for Planners Matthew Lynch Adjunct Assistant Professor. tenure track). PhD Urban Planning.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Moshe Adler Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning.. Also Institutional and Development theories.D. health care and skills development.D. U. California.. Geneva. M. M. Richard Froehlich Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning.edu Stacey Sutton Assistant Professor of Urban Planning (nontenured. Specialization: Urban Design. she advises on urban development. Specialization: Informal settlements. Andrea Kahn Adjunct Professor of Architecture. Capital and the City Action Research Lab (C3ARL). Travel Behavior.A. His specializations are public financing of housing and the legal issues related to public-private development projects.David King Assistant Professor of Urban Planning (nontenured.A. BA Bennington College. He is a member and past presdient of the American Bar Association's Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law.. Specialization: Social Justice in Planning. Director of Sustainable Urbanism International at Columbia University. teaching architects and urban designers to articulate the merits of a strong idea to the public through presentaton skills and graphics.edu Peter Marcuse Professor Emeritus of Urban Planning. Specialization: housing and settlements for refugee populations ss3079@columbia.A. Columbia University (2005). Research Fellow at The United Nations University. University of California. Transportation Planning Jyoti Hosagrahar Adjunct Associate Professor. Smith College. Co-Director/Director of the Housing Unit and Deputy Director of Litigation. tenure track). Germany) and Planner (Master of Science in Urban Planning from Columbia University in New York). Columbia University. Alfredo Brillembourg Adjunct Assistant Professor. Tel-Aviv University.edu Elliott Sclar Professor of Urban Planning (tenured). India. ss3115@columbia. (1982). pm35@columbia. Yale School of Architecture. Tel-Aviv.A. Yale Law School. Yale University. (1968). Architect. Planning and Preservation. dk2475@columbia.A. International Development. M. and sustainability issues in Asia.edu Smita Srinivas Assistant Professor of Urban Planning (nontenured. Venezuela. M. and race as a feature of socio-spatial vision and structure. (1983 B. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. (1976).U. Microeconomics Research Design and Methodology. NY. majoring in urban and regional planning. PhD Economics. Specializations: Urban Economics. Graduate School of Architecture. Geography.A. Tufts. University of Sydney (Australia). Architect (Diploma in Architecture from the University of Karlsruhe. Economics. (1952). BA Hofstra. Urban Planning and Sociology. Arizona State University College of Architecture & Environmental Design. MURP Transportation planning and policy. studio coordination Peter Marcotullio Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Planning. (1972). Harvard College (1948). tenure track). (1979). Specialization: Design for presentations. New York University (2000).16th Edition . Director of the Community.. Jennifer Levy Adjunct Assistant Professor.S. Minor: Chemistry. planner. Ph. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. South Brooklyn Legal Services.. MBA Economics and Organizational Behavior. University of Minnesota (2003). Certificate. Rutgers University (2006).S. B. B. Math & Physics. Columbia University. (1963).D.D. spatial and architectural renewal in urban formal settlements. Biology/Ecology. Specializations: Economic Development. Columbia University. Richard Froelich has been employed at the New York Housing Development Corporation as Senior Vice President and General Counsel since 2003. Columbia University. (1966). B. (1972).A. Columbia University School of Law (1988). Ph.Arch. (Master of Urban Studies). Physics. Urban Governance and the Role of Public Policy in Adopting New Transportation Technologies. Graduate Institute of International Studies. Specializations: Industrial and Echnological Change and their links to social policies. Entrepreneurship and Neighborhood Economies. Specializations: Transportation Finance and Planning. Berkeley (1972). B Arch.D. Urban Planning. Ph. Columbia University. New York University. M. Specializations: Local Economic Development.A. Specializations: urban heritage. Specialization: Environmental Planning. Master’s and doctoral degrees in public administration. Economics.Sc. Princeton University. Co-Director: SlumLab. M. Israel. Economics. Mathematics.S. B.C.L. Israel. Department of City Planning. (1989). Tim Boyle Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. legal practice and housing law for community-based organizations. M. Specialization: Planning Law. Ph. Kaja Kuhl Adjunct Assistant Professor. Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Los Angeles. University of Pennsylvania. JD degree. Specialization: Transportation Planning. Architect.(1963). Specialization: Digital Design for Planners Page 32 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . J. Ph.D. New York & Caracas. Columbia University. UCLA (2008). Neighborhood Change. from New York University’s Wagner School. cultural and environmental sustainability of cities eds2@columbia. She is the founder of “youarethecity”. M.Arch. Major: Psychology. Columbia College (1985).

A. Specializations: Politics and Community Planning/Advocacy. Graham Trelstad Adjunct Assistant Professor. Legal Service of New York City.D. Specialization: Spatial Information. Columbia University. Specialization: Land Use Planning and Environmental Review Sarah Williams Director. B. international planning. Arch. M. internship. redevelopment policy. New York University School of Law. Seven full-time faculty plus approximately twenty adjuncts from the region's professional community support this extensive curriculum. negotiation.A. Justin Garrett Moore Adjunct Professor of Urban Planning & Urban Design. strategic rezoning. AKRF Consulting. Executive Director. Political Science. New York Metro Chapter. historic preservation and real estate development programs here. (1972). (1988). B. Moreover. Columbia University. Located within a multi-disciplinary design-based school. through joint lectures. Urban Planning. Dillard University. Specialization: Community Development. GIS. Columbia University. Lee Miller is the Managing Director of NegotiationPlus. Consultant to Community Organizations on Development. Columbia University Spatial Information Laboratory. neighborhood retail revitalization schemes. University of Pennsylvania. Masters in City Planning. mapping.S.D. Andrew Scherer Adjunct Professor of Urban Planning. Our location in the New York City region means access to a multitude of fieldwork. Technology & Mapping ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . (1978).com. Columbia University GSAPP from (1993 through (1999. the Urban Planning Program has strong ties to the architecture. MS Urban Planning. Specialization: Negotiation. shared classes. B. and what better place to study urban planning and development. City and Regional Planning—Cornell University (2006 expected) Master of Regional Planning (MRP)—Cornell University. a key part of any planner’s skill set. Urban Studies. Lee Miller Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Planning. Director of the Planning Program. Doctoral Candidate (ABD)—Ph. BSD-Architecture. and urban agriculture to affordable housing initiatives. street calming programs. presentation skills. Columbia University. Brooklyn College.Jonathan Martin Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Planning. Partner. JD Harvard Law School. and a Senior Consultant with The Cabot Advisory Group. and the mingling of students committed to their individual fields but sharing Avery Hall and their passion for the improving the world through the design and use of the places we inhabit. Planning and Social Services. 2001). (1995). Lionel McIntyre Nancy and George Rupp Associate Professor in the Practice of Community Development. AICP. Specializations: Planning Law. Columbia University. M. Specialization: Land Use Planning FYI Columbia University’s official name is “Columbia University in the City of New York”. President of the American Planning Association. (1987). He works with organizations and individuals on how they can more effectively lead and influence others. MIT. Law and Social Change. at GSAPP you will be exposed to numerous global projects ranging from housing development in Seoul to facility planning in Amman as well as visiting scholars from around the world lecturing on planning and architecture. Specialization: Urban Design for Planners Minna Ninova Adjunct Associate Professor of Urban Planning. The Master of Science degree in Urban Planning Program offers both a core curriculum to anchor the student's understanding of urban planning and also a variety of elective courses on sustainable zoning. Specialization: GIS. and many others that will develop specialized knowledge in the field. neighborhood development. and urban park development. M. mass transit.A. (1995 (Magna Cum Laude)—Arizona State University. We also provide a major studio experience as well as an opportunity to explore a topic in depth through our year-long thesis course. Ethel Sheffer Adjunct Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. member AICP. J. MS Urban Planning.A.16th Edition | Page 33 . and lecture opportunities as well as exposure to a wide range of planning issues from mega-projects.

............edu GRADUATE DEADLINES.................... 6 Total Required Hours to Graduate from the University ...................... 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11...................................... 33 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................750 per semester Application Fee...........................................Not Required PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES....... 2011 Financial Aid Deadline for 2011-12 ........................... January 1....................................................................................................... Donaghy..................30 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............$70 Additional Fee-Activity Fee . $108 per semester FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION All Undergraduate aid is centrally administered through the University Financial Aid Office......Thesis or Final Product: ......................... 120 Thesis or Final Product ............................................ Reading-20.......................................................................... New York 14853 Phone (607) 255-4613 Fax (607) 255-1971 www...................................... 18 Hours of University Distribution Requirement ..................... TUITION AND FEES Admissions Deadline 2011-12................ Individualized Curriculum 10/11 09/10 10/11 09/10 10/11 09/10 MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3.......................... 2011 Tuition and Fees: ..... $12........ MASTERS DEGREE Master of Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: John Forester.................aap................................................... Director of Graduate Studies (607) 255-5179 jff1@cornell...... all need-based. $1716 Health Insurance (12 Months) Annual Student Enrollment Applied Undergraduate Masters (MRP) Masters (MA) Doctoral 82 312 32 80 73 240 24 77 Year Initiated: 1942 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/10.....cornell........... 0 Hours of Restricted Electives (major) ............ 20-26 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............January 10.. ................... Listening-15............................................ UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ................................................................................January 10...........................$70 Additional Fees................................................................... 2011 Tuition and Fees: (Master’s)....November 1...................................................................edu Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Year Initiated: 1986 Degrees Granted through 5/31/10......0 General IBT (Internet Based TOEFL) Writing-20...$38 Activity per semester............... 22 Hours of Studio Courses .................725per semester Application Fee.............BA/BS MA/MS PAB Ph........................... 2010 Admission Deadline 2010-11-regular dec......60 Exam....................... CORNELL UNIVERSITY City and Regional Planning 106 Sibley Hall Ithaca.............................119 Accepted 52 123 13 6 43 137 15 9 Enrolled 32 53 4 6 29 58 8 6 Masters Specializations Land Use.........588 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 5/31/10 ....................edu ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Suggested high school courses Minimum GPA: Not required................... 67 Other (Language) ...............................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ...................................................$19........................ Economic Development Planning: Communities and Regions... Oral exam on final writing project Undergraduate Specializations Urban and Regional Studies Page 34 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .........D...... Environmental Planning and Design Historic Preservation Planning............... Director (607) 255-4613 aap_admissions@cornell............January 2..................... Speaking-22 (University) Not Required No Requirements UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Planning Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Studies Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Richard S................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11-early dec.............907 per semester Tuition and Fees: (PhD)........... $14............................................................................................. International Studies in Planning......................................... ...............................30 MASTERS GRADUATION Requirements Hours of Core ......edu/crp Kieran P..............................4 Hours of Restricted Electives ............................................................................ Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Must take-no minimum score........16th Edition .................1282 Degrees Granted from 6/1/05 to 5/31/10 ...... Chair Phone: 607-255-4613 E-mail: crpchair@cornell.. Booth.....................

..............D Tuition and stipend awards: Specialists Grants and Loans: Teaching Assistants Sage PhD Fellowships: Clarence Stein Awards: FLAS Fellowships: Diversity Sage Fellowships: Provost South Africa Fellowship: Summer Internships and Travel Awards Graduate Teaching Research 57-1st year.... Master of Historic Preservation and Ph..... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.................................. Director (607) 255-7261 mat4@cornell.............. Year initiated: 1951 Degrees Granted through 5/31/10........ Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Male 2 43 3 0 2 1 5 5 61 Female 2 28 1 0 7 3 6 5 52 Total 4 71 4 0 9 4 11 10 113 (11) (2) (non-competitive) (9) (contact Michael Tomlan) (1) (3) (0) (42) Historic Preservation Planning Program Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Michael Tomlan.....FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Includes Master of Regional Planning.........edu Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: MASTERS GRADUATION Requirements Hours of Core ..10 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............... Listening-15..........................................................................................44 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..............279 Degrees Granted from 6/1/06 to 5/31/10 .................20 New York Fall Field Trip Sibley Dome Sibley Hall “Rebuildingtheninth.............. Reading-20..Thesis or Final Product: ........................... Oral exam on final writing project..........S.......................0 General IBT (Internet Based TOEFL) Writing-20........................................................................16th Edition | Page 35 ...................26 Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Masters Specializations Historic Preservation MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3....6 Hours of Restricted Electives .............org” web page regarding Katrina ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...........189 Degrees Granted from 6/1/06 to 5/31/10 .....60 Exam............................. Director of Graduate Studies (607) 255-5179 Jff1@cornell.................... 56-2nd year TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2010 – 2011 U............ Speaking-22 (University) Not Required No Requirements *Do not double count Hispanics...edu Year Initiated: 1975 Degrees Granted through 5/31/10. DOCTORAL DEGREE Doctor of Philosophy Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: John Forester......................................

...cornell. Christopherson Professor..Phil.cornell.. Globalization..edu Pierre Clavel Professor Emeritus.. Berkeley...D. Historic Preservation Law... BA. AB (1978).edu Kieran Donaghy Chair and Professor. University of Barcelona (1961)....... MCP University of Rhode Island (1992)..... European Studies.D.crp... Critical Area Preservation.. Specializations: Labor Markets.... Specializations: Historic Preservation Design & Planning.edu Susan M. Ph.crp.. University of North Carolina..cornell. BA. Professor.... Berkeley (1983)....crp.crp. Specializations: Public Economics..cornell..D........ http://www. http://www... Specializations: Politics.edu DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Semesters in Residence.crp. M. Historic Preservation Planning... College of William and Mary (1985). Cultural Landscapes.... University of California. European Integration.... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.....edu Jeffrey Chusid 1 1 0 0 13 31 Associate Professor. Ph.crp... (1959) and Ph. MS (1984) PhD (1987.edu Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Richard S. Latin American Development. Urban Economics...... (1995)..edu *Do not double count Hispanics..cornell... http://www.Arch (1982..edu Page 36 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . (607) 254-4865 kpd23@cornell. Environmental Politics. (1975).... Specializations: Land Use and Environmental Law.... Macroeconomic Policy. http://www. (1978).. Urbanization and Globalization in Asia and SE Asia.... JD.. Economic Development. Local Economic Development... Listening-15..... MRP. Cornell University.. Environmental Economics and Research Methods.crp.... Speaking-22 (University) Not Required No Requirements (607)255-5561 Kb444@cornell.edu (607) 254-8579 jmc286@cornell.. University of Hawaii at Manoa (2009)..... Environmental Policy.. Reading-20. Market Governance.... BA. Haverford College (1957)... Albany......S. Specializations: Dynamic Systems Modeling. George Washington University (1972). Specializations: Land Use Regulations... Economic Development Planning: Communities and Regions.... Chapel Hill.. A-Exam Completion of Dissertation Defense of Dissertation... (1966). Architecture..... University of Minnesota (1972). Lic.... Media Industries.. Women’s Work... Gender and Development. (1974) and Ph.edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2010 – 2011 U. Specializations: Labor Markets... International Studies in Planning.16th Edition ..... B-Exam (607) 255-4025 rsb6@cornell... Cornell University.edu (607) 255-2148 lb21@cornell.D..cornell.... http:// www.. BA.edu Lourdes Beneria Professor. http://www. Booth Director of Urban and Regional Studies Program.. Amherst College (1968).... BA SUNY Albany (1989)..6 Passing Qualifying Exam-Admission to Candidacy .D.edu (607) 255-8772 smc23@cornell. Regional Land Use Planning.. SUNY.. Globalization... M..cornell... Administration. http://www.....edu DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Master’s degree from an accredited institution Very high General IBT (Internet Based TOEFL) Writing-20. Affordable Housing. University of Pennsylvania..... Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 6 12 Female 1 8 2 1 0 0 0 7 19 Total 1 13 2 Nancy Brooks Visiting Associate Professor. University of California..crp. Regional Planning. Labor Flexibility.Doctoral Specializations Land Use and Environmental Planning. AB.... Columbia University.. International Conflict..edu (607) 255-6212 pc29@cornell....cornell. Individualized Curriculum PLANNING FACULTY Katia Balassiano Visiting Assistant Professor. Ph. http://www.

D. BA.D. Real Estate Transactions. Poverty and inequality. Planning in International Comparison. http://www.cornell. PhD. (1979). http://www. University Administration. Specializations: Economic development. Ph. http://www. Technology Development and Transfer. Washington University. Racial Theory.. Political Economy.cornell.realestate. International Urbanization. MLA.edu (607) 255-8477 Ak11@cornell.D. http://www.D.crp. India (1989).edu (607) 255-5561 rip17@cornell. Transnationalism.edu (607) 255-6226 as875@cornell. Specializations: Racism and Space. Oral Histories of Planning Practitioners. Asian American Studies.cornell.crp. globalization and trade openness. MBA. B. BA.crp. University of Wisconsin. City and Communities of Color.Arch. Zoning and Subdivision Regulation. Canada. http://www. London School of Economics (1997) MS.cornell. MA (1997) PhD (2006).crp. University of Washington. Berkeley.edu Arturo Sanchez Marcela Gonzalez-Rivas Post-doctural Associate. BA (1986) MA (1987) Ohio University. http://www.edu David Funk Senior Lecturer and Director. BA.edu (607) 255-7261 mat4@cornell. BSCE. land reform. University of Calcutta (1972).edu or http://www.. Immigration Theory. South Africa (1990). (2006).realestate. Specialization: Environmental Planning. (1974). BA. Latin American Urban Economic Restructuring.crp. Professional Ethics.crp.edu (607) 254-6540 CKL28@cornell. Specializations: Participatory Planning Process. (1987). http://www. Ph. http://www. Cape Town. Cornell University (1963). Berkeley (1963). Public Dispute Resolution and Multi-party Mediated Negotiations. Privatization of Public Space Provision. (1971). University of California (1967). Cornell University. Los Angeles (1989). Documentation Methods for Preservation. (2000).crp. Development and Underdevelopment.edu Stephen Schmidt Abdulrazak Karriem Visiting Assistant Professor. BS. Brad Olson Senior Lecturer.edu (607) 255-5179 jff1@cornell./ MCP (1993) and Ph. Ph.crp. MS (1971). Non-Government Organizations. Ph. MA. Specialization: Latina/o Studies.edu Michael Tomlan Director Historic Preservation Planning Program.cornell.edu (607) 255-3489 mg265@cornell. History of the Preservation Movement. Ph. MRP (1976) and Ph. Specializations: Political Economy. Ethics and Deliberative Democracy. BSc. Berkeley (1995). Dip. Regional economics.cornell. PhD. University of North Carolina (2007) PhD. Transnational Corporation.John Forester Director of Graduate Studies and Professor. Columbia University (1976). MRP Cornell University (1996) Ph.D. India. Domestic (US) Environmental Planning & Policy. Berkeley.crp. M. Kenyon College (1984).crp.D. http://www. BA University of Western Cape. MCP (1975) and Ph. rural development.cornell. Professor. University of Texas. (1999). Specializations: United States Urban Policy. Francis College. New York University.Arch.crp. Urban Design. Specializations: Use of Real Estate Gifts in Fundraising. Universidad de las Americas (Mexico) Bachelor’s (1994).D.edu/ (607) 255-1114 cbo3@cornell. (1993) Specializations: Social Aspects of Physical Planning and Urban Design.edu Assistant Professor. International Urbanization. International Education and Programs. St.16th Edition | Page 37 .cornell..cornell. http://www. Community Based Planning Practices. Urban and Environmental Theory.D. Specializations: Building Conservation Technology.edu (607) 255-3939 nk78@cornell. MBA. Program in Real Estate.edu Assistant Professor.cornell. Arch. Cornell University (2008). Rutgers University.edu (607) 254-4846 sjs962@cornell. Affordable Housing. University of Tennessee (1973).edu (607) 255-2333 wwg1@cornell.edu Neema Kudva Associate Professor. Effect of corruption on economic growth http://www. MSCRP. University of California.edu Professor.crp.edu or http://www. Asia & Western Europe http://www.edu Porus Olpadwala Ann Forsyth Professor. Columbia University (1982). Cornell University.. Social Context of Open Space: Preservation. University of California at Berkeley.. MA University of California. (1995).cornell. University of California.edu Clement Lai Assistant Professor. and Constitutional Development (on provincial and local governance) under the post-apartheid Nelson Mandela government in South Africa.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Specializations: Land Use Planning. Research Methods. Pomona College. Columbia University.cornell. State. MA. MS.cornell.crp.edu Associate Professor. University of Sydney (1985). University of California. BS (1970). Gender and Diversity.edu AICP Rolf Pendall William W. Austin (1989). Professor. Global Cities. http://www.cornell. (2001). Specializations: Urban Redevelopment and Large Scale Community Development. Specializations: International Development Planning. Latin America and the Caribbean.cornell. Property.cornell. (1978). Property Management. CEPT. Goldsmith Director of International Studies in Planning. University of California. (2003). and Local Growth Management. Social Movements.edu C. Comparative International Development.Cornell University (1968). Regional.crp.edu (607) 255-2957 pdo1@cornell. Cornell University (1983). China. http://www. Planning and Design Education.D. Specializations: Brazilian Landless Movement’s struggles for land reform and an ecologically sustainable rural development model. International Urbanization.

edu (607) 255-6229 rtt2@cornell. Specializations: Regional Science and Policy Planning. Public Policy Analysis & Management. http://www.cornell. Cornell University (1947). Public Finance.cornell. MBA. American Indians and Planners.16th Edition .cornell. Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1956). Cornell University (1953). Specializations: Regional.edu Sherene Baugher Associate Professor and Acting Director Archaeology Program. MRP. BS (1943). University of Michigan (1962). Peace Science. CGE and Econometric Modeling for Policy Analysis and Forecasting. MS (1982) and Ph.edu Matthew Drennan Professor Emeritus. http://www. MS (1950) and Ph.crp. Specializations: Urban Land Use.D. Italy.edu (607) 255-2333 tv12@cornell.edu Professor Emeritus.cornell.edu Iwan Azis Professor. University of Detroit (1959). Basic Statistics. Stony Brook.crp.edu (607) 255-4271 ss47@cornell.D.crp.edu Page 38 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Fiscal Conditions of Cities and States.edu or http://www.D. Spatial Design Theory and Analysis.cornell. MS (1985) and Ph. Housing.cornell.cornell. and Panama. State & Local Government Policy. International Studies in Scandinavia. BA. http://www. (1983). Ph. Historic Preservation. Decision-Making Analysis. Specializations: Community Development. General Social Science Theory & Methods. Planning Design.edu Roger Trancik OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Robert Abrams Senior Lecturer.edu John Reps Professor Emeritus. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1954). International Joint Ventures. Dartmouth (1943). BS. Conflict-Management Procedures. Specializations: Urban Design. http://www. http://www.edu Professor Emeritus. Ph. http://www. New York University (1971). MLA.edu (607) 255-1648 sbb8@cornell. http://www.. (1978).D.cornell. Massachusetts of Technology (1952).crp. BS. Economic Development. http://www.D. Industrial and International Development.edu (607) 255-5391 jwr2@cornell.edu (607) 255-3306 wi11@cornell. Cornell University. State University of New York. the Middle East.crp.edu (607) 255-4331 sws8@cornell.edu Stuart W. Harvard University (1968).. AB University of Indonesia (1978). Temple University (1939). Urban Planning History.crp. MA. Stein FAICP (607) 255-6816 mew15@cornell. (1963).edu Walter Isard Professor Emeritus. Urban Economics.cornell. http://www.crp.edu (607) 255-4271 ija1@cornell. BA.cornell. http://www. Specializations: Commercial Real Estate Management and Marketing. Russia.D.Mildred Warner Professor.crp.crp. Specializations: Microeconomics. Cornell University. Harvard University (1943). MA University of Chicago (1941).realestate..edu Thomas Vietorisz Adjunct Professor. Human Resources/Corporate Strategy.crp. MUP (1976) and Ph.(1997).cornell. AB. Canada and Mexico. Indonesia. Ph.edu (607) 255-1748 rha3@cornell.cornell. Urban Archaeology. MA. MA (1976). BA. CUNY (1971). Specializations: Historic Preservation. Oberlin College (1979). http://www.crp. MCP. Local Government in Development. Urban Planning Practice. Specializations: History of American City Planning. Regional Development in Developing Nations. Hunter College. BA (1969). Economic Transformation.edu Sidney Saltzman Professor Emeritus.D. Specializations: Regional Modeling. Harvard University (1957). Specializations: Sectoral and Regional Modeling.

....... MPA........ Director Phone: (252) 328-6579 E-mail: weitzj@ecu................ University of North Carolina..... MA........ 9 Hours of Unrestricted Planning Electives . BA.$958....edu BA/BS PAB ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: College Prep Courses Minimum GPA: Not required through department Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Not required through department UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core . MLA. GyeongSang National University... International Development.. Ph... MS in ITEC and MA in Geography Jerry Weitz Associate Professor.16th Edition | Page 39 .50 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees........edu FAICP Undergraduate Specializations Coastal Planning and Development Community Planning and Development Also Offered Certificate in Urban Design Graduate concentration in Planning with MBA............................ Harvard University...... 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 ... MA..... Emory University... Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 09/10 10/11 09/10 10/11 09/10 10/11 Undergraduate NA NA NA NA 50 38 (252) 328-1270 hurmi@ecu..... Coastal Management..D.............D... Georgia Institute of Technology................. GIS & Visualization Technology............. Specializations: Growth Management...edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ....00 per semester (252) 328-1273 burnea@ecu.edu Misun Hur Assistant Professor....... Burne Lecturer............. Florida State University. North Carolina 27858-4353 Phone: (252) 328-6465 Fax: (252) 737-1527 www............ The Ohio State University... Ph......$7477... June.......................... University of Pennsylvania.............................. Urban and Regional Economics.......... Land Use and Plan Implementation.......D... University of Pennsylvania....... Ph.. Geographic Information Systems.edu Anuradha Mukherji Assistant Professor.........50 per semester Application Fee ....... Smart Growth........ Computer Applications............... Berkeley...................................... The Ohio State University................... (252) 328-1272 wubnehm@ecu.......D..... Texas A&M University............... Over 1000 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .... Specializations: Housing....... 2012 In-State Tuition and Fees ......... 6 Minor or Concentration Areas ......edu/plan/ Jerry Weitz....... MA.edu AICP Daniel J... (252) 328-5357 mukherjia@ecu. University of California..... MS............ March 15......... 48 Total Required Hours to graduate from University ...... Environmental Behavior........ BA.. 24 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ......................... Landscape Planning....edu Mulatu Wubneh Professor.. Impact Assessment...D... Specializations: Environmental Planning........... Urban Design............ BS... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 ......... Hazard Mitigation and Recovery........ Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management... Ph.... International Development and Planning.$1440... Land Use Planning.......... PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES.. Marcucci Assistant Professor............... Portland State University...... Disaster Planning and Management.........................EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY Urban and Regional Planning Planning Program Department of Geography Brewster A-215 Greenville.. (252) 328-6579 weitzj@ecu.............. UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Urban and Regional Planning Year initiated:1974 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10........................ Charlotte..................................18 (252) 328-5197 marcuccid@ecu. 33 Hours of Restricted Planning Electives ...................$100 Additional Fees ........ Specializations: Community Development...................... 126 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Contact Financial Aid Officer PLANNING FACULTY Alan M.............................ecu... Ph.......... Specializations: Economic Development Planning....

...................................................................EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY Urban and Regional Planning Program Department of Geography and Geology Ypsilanti.............4 Hours of Restricted Elective ..................................... Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Total Students Male 2 26 3 0 2 0 0 0 31 Female 1 16 4 0 0 0 0 0 20 Total 3 42 7 0 2 0 0 0 51 Annual Student Enrollment Applied Bachelors Masters N/A N/A N/A N/A Accepted N/A N/A N/A N/A Enrolled 54 17 51 20 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA/BS in Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Robert A.................................... consult university catalog or contact Financial Aid Office Robert M..........................March 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: ...................$454. Page 40 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...............................Continuous Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 ....................75/Credit hour Application Fee .................50/Credit hour Application Fee ................................ Department Head Phone: (734) 487-0218 E-mail: rsambroo@emich...edu Richard Sambrook..............varies FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Undergraduate financial aid varies........................................36 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .............. Jones................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 .........$20 online/$30 mail Additional Fees ............................... $639...........................................................................................................S...........6 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ..............475 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..............26 Hours of Studio Courses .....................................edu Year Initiated: 1975 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09 ..........................varies TOTAL BACHELORS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U..edu BA/BS PAB MS ACSP Member: FULL Undergraduate Specializations Comprehensive Land Use Planning Geographic Information Systems Environmental Analysis Historic Preservation UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Good student standing University required University required UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .............$25 online/$35 mail Additional Fees: ...0 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ...............jones@emich.........Continuous Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 .................................................... contact program director GRADUATE DEADLINES..........................................................................$859......................... Michigan 48197 Phone (734) 487-0218 Fax (734) 487-6979 http://planning........................................................................................................................................................ Not required PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES.........February 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: ....$276...................16th Edition ...................25/Credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..124 Thesis or Final Product ..........................75/Credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .....emich..11 *Do not double count Hispanics...................................................... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below........ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 ........ Ward Planning Program Scholarship...................... Director (734) 487-8488 robert............................

.. local decision-making processes.. PhD....... M...D............. M. University of Akron.........D. Specializations: GIS.. (734) 487-0218 wwelsh@emich......... Ph....... Bowling Green State University (1995).Arch..... Thesis or Final Product: ..... MS.... AICP Professor. Ph. Graduate Coordinator (734) 487-8656 ntyler@emich. MA. Remote Sensing...... Physical Planning.. University of Michigan (1971). analyze site plans...7-9 Hours of Restricted Electives .. Land Use/Land Cover Change.D.......edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ... The programs focus on current issues in comprehensive urban and regional planning..emich... AB Earlham College (1958)... Urban Geography (734) 487-8169 hsemple@emich...edu Yichun Xie Professor.. BA...... contact graduate coordinator...D.. Madras University (2001).......... SUNY Buffalo (1994).edu Norman Tyler.... Ohio State University (2003)... Portland State University (1999)... BS.... Architecture http://planning....... D......36 Exam.. Shippensburg University (1990)..ward@emich.. BSc.... BA. private planning firms.. University of Guyana (1985)......... MA...... GIS.........edu Robert Jones Associate Professor... Research Methods.Env........ Ph..emich..... Physical Planning (734) 487-0218 robert.5 University.......Arch.. BA.. Development Regulation http://planning...... University of Washington (1982).24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ......... FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Graduate financial awards vary. Physical Planning... University of Michigan (2008).......edu Year Initiated: 2001 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09 ... MAT Indiana University (1963).. MA...D.......... Specializations: Land Use.ligibel@emich............... BS..... Ward Planning Program Scholarship... (734) 487-7588 yichun...edu Masters Specializations Land Use Planning Geographic Information Systems Environmental Assessment Historic Preservation Downtown Revitalization MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Contact Admission Office 2..Sc.....edu (734) 487-8488 robert. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (2001)..Oral Exam and Paper ... University of Alberta (1991)...... Specializations: Environmental Planning. Anhui Normal University (China) (1978).... Ph...... BS..... Arch... contact department office Robert M.edu Hugh Semple Associate Professor. Specializations: Remote Sensing..........4 (734) 457-8656 ntyler@emich...... and administer local planning ordinances..... University of Toledo (1972)........D..75 Departmental Not Required 213 (CRT) Not Required 2 Letters of Recommendation William Welsh Assistant Professor....... Students are also versed in the preparation and (734) 487-7582 ndavid@emich....... Specializations: Regional Cooperative Planning. University of Michigan (1970). Ph..... Ph.. 2. Ph. Kutztown University (1986).... University of Manitoba (1996)... (734) 487-0232 ted.....16th Edition | Page 41 ...30 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ........ Ph.. MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .. Instruction is offered in local land use planning and development regulation. Specializations: Urban Revitalization.... Michigan State (1998). MCRP Ohio State University (2003)...... B...........MASTERS DEGREE Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Norman Tyler... Historic Preservation.. Core and elective courses provide necessary skills to develop and update local comprehensive plans and land use regulations.edu FYI Eastern Michigan University offers urban and regional planning programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. University of Michigan (1987)....3-5 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ......... Seattle University (1977)..... The programs are designed to prepare students for professional planning work in government agencies...... Specializations: GIS. critique general and neighborhood development plans.edu Robert Ward Professor Emeritus. Specializations: Urban Design... MA.... and urban revitalization.....edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Eugene Jaworski Professor Emeritus. Rural Planning PLANNING FACULTY Nina David Assistant Professor.jones@emich...D.edu Ted Ligibel Professor. of Publishable Quality (734) 487-0218 ejaworski@emich....... Louisiana State University....xie@emich... University of Wisconsin.. Specializations: Historic Preservation. Physical Planning.. contact Graduate Studies office Assistantships available.. problems of urban and regional growth............ and other positions where planning skills are needed and relevant..D.. Bowling Green State University (1981).. University of Oregon (1989)......

and consultants providing expertise in computer mapping analysis and application development. The department offers three planning-related Master of Science degree programs. or heritage tourism capacity. and focuses on comprehensive planning and land-use issues. consulting. and other areas. historic preservation. cooperative education. administrative. The Master of Science in Geographic Information Systems is focused on the appropriate application of emerging geo-technologies to the fields of planning. after which students move on to concentrate in advanced GIS. environmental impact statements. Students may select a thesis or a non-thesis option. and field study opportunities. economics. and most select a program that allows them to acquire a specialty within the planning field. It provides practical experience through work-study.16th Edition . geography. and abroad and there is a high demand for these skills. This degree prepares students to work as GIS analysts. and community development efforts. where they are highly desired because of the degree's emphasis on the application of practical skills in land use and environmental planning. A Master of Science in Historic Preservation with a Concentration in Preservation Planning is available. Page 42 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . environmental assessment. This degree shares a common core with the graduate planning program. and physical development and redevelopment. The Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning was started in 2001. and Geographic Information Systems. the department offers professional certificates in GIS and Historic Preservation aimed at those seeking to add or upgrade qualifications in these areas. The degree emphasizes preparation for careers in historic preservation in a planning.review of grant applications. internship. The degree prepares students for work in city and regional planning agencies and private consulting firms. and public administration. policy programs. Typical minors include GIS. with the later requiring substantive professional planning experience. environmental analysis. In addition to degree programs. environmental analysis. applied researchers.S. conservation and resource use. Students are also required to choose from a wide variety of minors. The PAB accredited undergraduate program offers students a choice of either a BA or BS degree with a major in Urban and Regional Planning. historic agency. remote sensing. GIS technologies are widely utilized in the U. and aerial photography interpretation courses.

............................ewu...................................... Public and Health Administration 668 North Riverpoint Spokane........ including studio ............................0 Not Required Not Required Not Required Two letters of recommendation and a letter of interest........................................................11 GRADUATE DEADLINES..................$2492 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.................................... 73 Hours of Restricted Electives ........................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2005-06 ............................................... $50 Additional Fees: ...................................... Not required FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Two scholarships available.................................. eligibility based on academics and need............................... $435 per quarter MASTERS DEGREE Master in Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Gabor Zovanyi.......... eligibility based on academics and need........................................... No Deadline In-State Tuition and Fees .$50 Additional Fee....................534 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/09 ....$6010 per quarter Application Fee: ...............................................5 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Three work study grants available...Thesis or Final Product: .......................................................... 90 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ........46 Hours of Restricted Electives .........ewu.....................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................................. 180 Thesis or Final Product .........................xml Fred Hurand.....edu/x10390.................................... Graduate Program Advisor (509) 358-2228 gzovanyi@mail.......... Including Studio ...........232 Degrees Granted from 9/11/09 to 8/31/09 .......edu Year Initiated: 1978 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.... Hurand...........72 Exam....No Deadline Financial Aid Deadline 2005-06 .................................... $4456 per quarter Application Fee .......edu www.....................................................................ewu...... Chair and Undergraduate Advisor (509) 358-2229 fhurand@ewu........... Washington 99202 Phone (509) 358-2230 Fax (509) 358-2267 E-mail: rmorgan@ewu.............. 28 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ........ eligibility based on academics and need.................EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Department of Urban Planning.......................................................................edu MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core.............. Comprehensive Exam and Research Report required Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.................................................................. Annual Student Enrollment Applied Undergraduate Masters 20 17 20 19 Accepted 20 12 19 19 Enrolled 11 9 9 13 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA in Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Fred A.................16th Edition | Page 43 ............... PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES.No Deadline In-State Tuition and Fees ..... $1682 per quarter Out-of State Tuition and Fees .........................................................................................................edu BA/BS PAB MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: None Required 2........ Undergraduate Specializations Urban and Regional Planning ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ........26 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ... Small Town Planning MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: None Required 3....................... 17 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................. Two scholarships available.................................0 Either SAT or ACT UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core.....................$435 per quarter Masters Specializations Tribal Planning Environmental Planning............... No Deadline Financial Aid Deadline 2005-06 ....................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2005-0 ................................................................................ Chair Phone (509) 358-2229 E-mail: fhurand@mail...........

Tribal Planning. Specializations: Tribal Planning. Disaster Mitigation. Architectural History. M. Washington State. San Diego State University. BS. Small Town Planning. BS. Los Angeles. University of California. PhD. Land Development. BA. Pan American University. Environment/Behavior Studies.ewu. Robert Zinke Professor. MURP. University of ColoradoDenver.edu *Do not double count Hispanics. Environmental Science. PLANNING FACULTY Charles Dotson Lecturer. Michigan State.ewu. University of Delaware. Pennsylvania State University. Specializations: Physical Geography. BS. Growth Management.edu William Kelley Professor. (509) 359-7050 rquinn@mail. University of Washington. Cal State Pomona. Texas A&M. Eastern Washington University.ewu. Comparative Urbanization. Western Washington University. Simon Fraser. Specializations: Physical Geography. Neighborhood Planning. (509) 358-2214 dwinchell@mail.ewu. PhD. Specializations: Community Development. MA.edu Stacy Warren Associate Professor.S.ewu. Human Geography. Wartburg College. Claremont. PhD.16th Edition .edu Professor. MCP.Arch. Comparative Urbanization. University of California. MURP.ewu. MA. (509) 358-2247 lluton@mail. Land Use Planning. (509) 359-2270 dturbeville@mail. Environmental Planning. MURP.TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U. BA. Dick Winchell FAICP Professor. Michigan State. MA. AB. Hurand (509) 359-7962 swarren@mail.ewu. University of South Carolina.edu Page 44 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . University of British Columbia. PhD. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. ABD. (509) 358-2226 wkelley@mail. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Claremont. Specializations: Urban Design. Western Washington University. Specializations:Planning Administration. Public Administration. PhD. Planning Methods. MUR.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Michael Folsom Professor. MA. Specializations: GIS (509) 559-5818 charlesdotson48@cs. BA. Oregon State. Portland State. BS. Housing. BA. University of Tennessee.ewu. Specializations: Planning Methods. Sustainable Communities. MURP. BA.com Larry Luton Professor.com FAICP Fred A. Drew University. Specializations: Transportation Planning. MA. (509) 358-2229 fhurand@mail. PhD. B. BA. Clark University. Riverside. (509) 358-2228 gzovanyi@mail.edu Robert Quinn Professor. Tribal Transportation Planning.edu Richard Rolland Lecturer. (509) 359-2460 mfolsom@mail. Meteorology. Ohio State. Specializations: Urban Design.ewu. Portland State. University of Washington.edu William Grimes Lecturer. Arizona State University. PhD. Urban Morphology. PhD. BS. Eastern Washington University. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Total Students Male 0 17 0 0 1 0 0 0 18 Female 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 8 Total 0 24 0 1 1 0 0 0 26 Gabor Zovanyi Professor. University of Washington. Daniel Turbeville Professor. New York University. Specializations: Physical Geography. MS. PhD. Wetlands Science. (509) 835-3770 bgrimes@studiocascade.

..............$584............................................................... $100 Year Initiated: 1989 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09................................................... 60 Thesis or Final Product ......................... $100 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Jaap Vos..............................................edu/surp Jaap Vos............3 Hours of Restricted Electives .............................................$30 Additional Fees: ...................................... None In-State Tuition and Fees: ............. Coordinator (954) 762-5652 aoner@fau................ Environmental Planning Annual Student Enrollment Applied Undergraduate Masters 55 59 88 64 Accepted Enrolled 35 26 50 27 29 15 39 17 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: School Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution & GPA 3..............................................................55 credit hour per semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees: .................Planning Project Year Initiated:1997 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09........................................................$293......... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline ...... 39 Hours of Studio Courses ......................................................... June 1 Financial Aid Deadline ..............Lab fees approx.........27 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ... July 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program..........................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................................................................................................$139........................................... Director (954) 762-5652 jvos@fau............................................................................................................................186 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/09 .6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program: .$30 Additional Fees: ..................................0 Application Fee: ..................................................27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .......0 (Department) 1000 550 Not Required Personal statement and two reference letters UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Asli Ceylan Oner..............................................................66 credit hour per semester Other: ............................................................................... February 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: ... 15 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ...165 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/09 ......................................... HEC............Lab fees approx......................................................edu MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ......48 Exam.......... 6 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .................... Director Phone: (954) 762-5652 E-mail:jvos@fau.......................................FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY Urban and Regional Planning 111 East Las Olas Blvd.......................................................................................................16th Edition | Page 45 .............................................0 Application Fee ....94 credit hour per semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees: ........................Final Project FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION None PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES...........................................14 credit hour per semester Other: .............................. Florida 33301 Phone (954) 762-5652 Fax (954) 762-5673 Email: durp@fau.......................edu GRADUATE DEADLINES.............................................................................................Thesis or Final Product: .......................................................................$920.........................edu http://www................9 Masters Specializations Economic Development and Tourism..........fau.................................................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program . 3 Hours of Restricted Elective ......edu PAB BA/BS MA/MS PAB PAB ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS School Requirement: Completion of Associate Degree or 60 credits of approved lower level college courses Minimum GPA: 2 (University) Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: 860-1140 (University) UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .......................... Suite 1009B Fort Lauderdale...................0 3.........................

(954) 762-5646 aesnard@fau. teaching and service. Geography and Urban Planning. University of Massachusetts. London School of Economics and Political Science. MS. Ph. (954) 762-5663 prosperi@fau. economically and humanly beneficial. Current initiatives include global urban network's climate change. University of the West Indies. Wageningen University..D.FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 10 1 Eligibility Criteria: Excellence in Planning Scholarships Innovation in Planning Scholarship GPA above 3. healthy cities and housing market issues. Ph.edu David Prosperi Professor. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.D. Specializations: Citizen Participation and Internet.edu Page 46 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . (954) 762-5674 dmitsova@fau.D. University of Melbourne. practitioners. MA.. Beijing Normal University in China. MA.edu Asli Ceylan Oner Assistant Professor. (954) 762-5653 jvos@fau.edu TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non. PLANNING FACULTY Jaap Vos Associate Professor. Equity. Indiana University. University of Virginia Tech.. (954) 762-5357 aoner@fau.edu Male 4 13 1 0 0 0 0 1 Female 6 9 5 1 1 0 0 1 Total 10 22 6 1 1 0 0 2 Diana Mitsova Assistant Professor. MA. Specializations: Globalization Planning and Governance of Global Cities.edu Kasama Polakit Assistant Professor.. MS. Indianapolis. (954) 762-5037 yli22@fau. Ph. agents and students committed to the continuous improvement of urban regions and the planning enterprise through research... E-Government. Specializations: Architecture and Urban Design theory. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Total Students 19 23 42 *Do not double count Hispanics. Ph. London. University of Cincinnati. Ph. Specializations: GIS Applications. University of Puerto Rico. (954) 762-5655 kpolakit@fau. Specializations: GIS and Planning Technology. Ph. University of Melbourne. Amherst. University of Ohio State. Ph. Villanova University. teachers. Climate Change. The School seeks to exploit the potential of emerging technologies and collaborative engagement in creative and innovative ways. disaster management. Indiana University. place making. MA.D. BS..D.D. and contribute to the practice of planning directed towards a future that is environmentally.edu FYI The School of Urban and Regional Planing is a locus of scholars. Temple University. AB Geography. The School provides an environment to discuss. Sustainable Urban Design.2 GRE above 1200 Ann-Margaret Esnard Professor. The focus of our work relies on the recognition and use of multi-scalar connections and interactions of systems and planning activities including policy framework development. Economic Development. Specializations: Statistics. Purdue University. Environmental Modeling. MA. Australia. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. participatory decision-making and community stewardship.16th Edition . Emergency Management. Sustainable Development. GIS Data Collection. metropolitan form.Permanent Residents Yanmei Li Assistant Professor. develop and disseminate new ideas and concepts.D.

.............................. Based on merit and need..........fsu....................... Based on merit and need....................February 15 Admission and Financial Aid (International) Fall term................................ stipend of $6......................500.................................... 1 Doctoral Presidential Fellow...........edu MA/MS PAB Ph. 4-7 Research Assistants..12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ... stipend of $7.............................. IS/OS tuition.edu/~durp Timothy S... Florida 32306-2280 Phone (850) 644-4510 Fax (850) 645-4841 durp@coss................. stipend of $23.............. studio or thesis) ................. Planning for Developing Areas...... Transportation Planning..... ............... 2 Transit fellows...............0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ......................D.200.................................. Chapin.......3 Hours of Restricted Electives . Brown (850) 644-4510 jrbrown3@fsu......000.... ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .................edu http://fsu.................. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...... stipend of $18..1..........182 Degrees Granted from 01/01/09 to 12/31/09 . ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ......Permanent Residents Total Students Masters Specializations Environmental and Natural Resource Planning.......0 1000 550 Not Required No Requirement *Do not double count Hispanics.000............................................. July 1 Admission and Financial Aid (US) Fall term…………….... IS/OS tuition.... Cooperative Internship awards...000...............450 Application Fee ........................ Housing and Community Development.......................... outstanding GPA....21 Capstone (Research paper...................16th Edition | Page 47 ...................................870 Out-of-state Tuition and Fees Per Term ................... stipend of $15................. IS/OS tuition... Based on GRE upward of 1300...48 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 1 University Fellow...................... IS/OS tuition....... PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINE. Growth Management and Comprehensive Planning.......... Awarded to outstanding students wishing to pursue careers in public transportation planning. IS/OS tuition.................... Based on GRE upward of 1300................................................41 African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.................................500-$8.... $11...................... Based on merit and need........ $3...12 Other .................................. November 15 In-state Tuition and Fees Per Term .edu TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White Male 5 55 5 2 3 0 1 1 67 Female 4 29 5 1 5 1 0 0 41 Total 9 84 10 3 8 1 1 1 108 Year Initiated: 1965 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 12/31/09.. Healthy Communities MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: institution Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s from an accredited 3.................500..................... 0 Annual Student Enrollment Applied Undergraduate Masters 130 29 123 19 Accepted 72 8 82 10 Enrolled 49 3 54 6 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 MASTERS DEGREE Master in Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Jeffrey R.. $30 Additional Fees . Department Chair Phone: (850) 644-4510 E-mail: tchapin@fsu............... outstanding GPA............................... 3-6 Doctoral awards.........FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY Department Of Urban & Regional Planning 113 Collegiate Loop Tallahassee.. IS/OS tuition.... stipend of $13... TUITION AND FEES Admission Only Deadline (US) Fall term ..................

..... http://www......... Land Use/Growth Management. Social and Spatial Contexts of Urban Change...................... UCLA (2003)......... Specializations: Economic Development...................................21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..... Planning Theory..0 Application Area ................ Doctoral Specializations Alternative Transportation in the Modern City........... MA (1998) and Ph...............................edu William Butler Assistant Professor............... and Transportation and Accessibility.....edu Timothy Chapin Associate Professor and Chair.. MURP..... policy science....edu DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Theory ........................ Race and Planning..............edu Page 48 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ... MCP. Collaborative Governance.... Miles (850) 644-4510 rmiles@fsu. BA... Perceived School Quality and its Relationship with Monetary Housing Value: School Facility Age and its Association with Housing Sale Price Evaluating the Effect of the Work-Place Built Environment on Travel Behavior of Employees in Southeast Florida 2..... environmental studies.. Housing and Community Development...... Environmental and Natural Hazards Planning Strategies................D.... Community Organizing..... social science....... (850) 644-4510 wbutler@fsu.............. BA (1996)..edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 tchapin@fsu................ MSW............ Infrastructure/Public Services. Methods................................ Geographic Information Systems.. Bucknell University (1994).. PhD....D..................24 Total .... BA.fsu..... DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Departmental Requirement: 1000 550 3..........16th Edition .12 Methods....0 Master’s degree in urban planning.... University of Washington (1999)......66 Exams or Written Requirements: Qualifying and Comprehensive Exams Jeffrey Brown Associate Professor. law.... University of Pittsburgh (2007)................... Growth Management and Comprehensive Planning....2 Dissertations Granted from 01/01/09 to 12/31/2009 1.................. (850) 644-4510 aaurand@fsu...................... Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.. BA...............edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 jrbrown3@fsu... Georgia Institute Technology (1994).... Emory University (1992). PhD....... Specializations: Public Policy and Public Administration.. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. Virginia Tech (2009). Specializations: Transportation Planning... Quantitative Methods................................... Built Environment and Public Health........ http://www............... Guilford College (1996)......51 Degrees Granted from 01/01/09 to 12/31/09 ........ PLANNING FACULTY Andrew Aurand Assistant Professor.....edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Male 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 4 8 Female 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 4 9 Total 1 7 2 0 0 0 0 8 17 Year initiated: 1972 Degrees Granted through 12/31/09........ University of Pittsburgh (1999)...Permanent Residents Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics.......DOCTORAL DEGREE Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Rebecca S.....fsu.......9 Dissertation ..... Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy......... urban studies.................... Ph.... Virginia Tech (2003)......................................

and gifts. Madison (1981).16th Edition | Page 49 . University of Toledo. AB.A. MRP (1984).fsu.fsu.D. and Public Health) and two certificate programs (Real Estate and Urban Design) that reflect interest from students for training in specific areas in demand by employers. 90-100 percent of FSU DURP's master's students obtain planning positions within a few months of graduation and recent Ph. Public Administration. universities.. Specialization: Transportation planning. Dartmouth College (1972). Law. Plan Implementation.fsu.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 glthompson@fsu. Iowa State University (1970).. Oklahoma University. FSU DURP's faculty are dedicated to preparing their Master's and Ph..edu FYI FSU DURP is the oldest accredited planning program in the State of Florida and since 1965 has graduated over 1.C.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 pdoan@fsu. law firms.S.D. University of California.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 pkoeppel@fsu. Ph. research organizations. Harvard University (1977). Florida State University (2004). Florida Atlantic University (1972)...200 students with Masters and Ph. MS. http://fsu.fsu. These joint degrees and certificates build upon DURP's connections to other campus units. University of Pennyslvania (2008). Land Use and Environmental Planning.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Karen Jumonville Adjunct. BA.D.D.C. (1988).D.'s in urban and regional planning. Specializations: Gender Studies and Planning.. BA. University of Pennyslvania (2001). FSU DURP is one of the largest producers of planners in the nation. FSU DURP endeavors to attract a large and diverse set of students to urban planning. Rutgers University. MCP.S.H. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy Analysis. B. Ph. Metropolitan/Regional Planning and Rural Development. Land Use Planning http://www. Griffith University (Australia). Syracuse (1987). regional. Infrastructure/Public Services. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2001).A. BA. M. and in local.. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (1989). New Brunswick (1986).P.edu Steve Leitman Adjunct. Specializations: Growth Management. University of Minnesota.. students for careers as leaders in planning practice and university teaching and research.P..fsu. http://www. Haverford College (1977). Specializations: Transportation Policy and Analysis. New Mexico State University (1997). Florida State University (1977). Geographic Information Systems. Specializations: Urban Design and Site Planning. http://consensus. M. University of California..A. Florida State University (1994). New Mexico State University (2003). B. Transportation Methods.. Ph. Peter Koeppel Senior Planner: B.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 ccoutts@fsu.edu Petra Doan Associate Professor.D. New Orleans University (1980). Tom Taylor Adjunct. http://www. Florida State University )1997). M. International Development. University of California. International Affairs. University of Wisconsin. B. http://fsu. As such.Christopher Coutts Assistant Professor.P. University of Michigan (2006). Ph. State University of New York. M. Planning History. and Queensland University of Technology (Australia).edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 rdeyle@fsu. graduates have obtained planning school teaching positions at the University of Iowa. M. Specializations: Environmental Planning. contracts. Berkeley (1970). MSP. approximately half of the incoming graduate students have received financial aid generated by the Department. Duke University (1977). Ph. development companies.fsu. state.H. and national offices.A. Graduates of both programs are now employed in 49 states and over 38 foreign nations as professional staff in private consulting firms. Community Health Planning. including the Center for Demography and Population Health and the College of Business.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 rmiles@fsu.. Specializations: Gender Studies and Planning. Much of this aid comes from sources external to Florida State such as grants.D. Natural Resource Planning. Robert Deyle Professor. Ph. Specializations: Negotiation and Conflict Management. http://www.P. Cornell University.edu/~durp (850) 644-4510 msaunders@fsu. http://www. Irvine (1987).D.. (1988). BA. B. Cornell University. Specializations: Community Health and Health Behavior.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Texas A & M University.D. MS. In recent years. Ph.edu Rebecca Miles Professor. Rural Development. Davis (1968).edu Melissa Saunders Planner in Residence.S. The program has five joint degree programs (with Demography. International Development. MRP (1983).edu Gregory Thompson Professor.D.

.......edu Page 50 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ... Henry W... Tourism Development..............................................................................frostburg... 21-23 Courses in Geography............................40 Courses in Biology ............. 17-18 Total Required Hours ........................................................FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Geography 101 Braddock Road Frostburg...............................edu Craig L...............................edu UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS General Education Program ...............................................................40 Introductory Level Courses .....6 Advanced Planning Focus . optional FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION: Students are eligible for numerous need and merit based scholarships.22 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .34 Major Electives ........120 Thesis or internship.....$8081 per semester Application Fee ... Craig L...................... Specializations: Urban Geography................................................4301.................................... Utah State University (1987).......................... Mapping Science......................................................... Caupp Professor and Chair....................................... University of Iowa (1978).......................... Call the Financial Aid Office at (301) 687............................................ In addition.......... $30 UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE Bachelor of Science (with a major in Environmental Analysis and Planning) Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr......... Ph...............Not accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10..........................16th Edition ........................................................120 Thesis or Internship .......................... Bullamore (301) 687-4413 hbullamore@frostburg................ In addition................edu BS ACSP Member: ASSOCIATE UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS General Education Program .........................................204 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ........................................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline .......edu/dept/geog/ Dr.......... Ph... the endowed Edith and William Bullamore Scholarships are limited to Urban and Regional Planning majors...... BA...$6235 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.......................................... Caupp (301) 687-4755 ccaupp@frostburg............ Ball State University (1970).......edu Annual Student Enrollment 07/09 07/09 Undergraduate 53 55 Year initiated: 1980... Indiana University (1979)....................................................................................... 4 UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dr....25 Professional Core Courses ................. optional FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION: Students are eligible for numerous need and merit based scholarships........................................... BS. AICP (301) 687-4413 hbullamore@frostburg...................... and Environmental Planning UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirements: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Admission to University Core High School Courses required SAT required................................................ no minimum Henry W.......$3275 per semester Contiguous County Tuition and Fees ...................................................... PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINE...............................6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ...... (301) 687-4755 ccaupp@frostburg.... D...................... Year Initiated: 2002 Not accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10...... Land Development.... University of Illinois (1973)... Bullamore Professor........................ Call the Financial Aid Office at (301) 687-4301............. MS.. Valparaiso University (1971).................. MA..... Small Town Planning............. rolling Financial Aid Deadline ................................................. the endowed Walter Brock Scholarships are limited to Environmental Analysis and Planning majors......... Urban Planning.................................0 PLANNING FACULTY Undergraduate Planning Focus Options: Community Planning.................. Comparative Planning..........D............... Craig Caupp............ Environmental Law...................... 46-47 Other Required Courses ................. Department Chair Phone: 301-687-4755 E-mail:ccaupp@frostburg.............................. Specializations: Environmental Planning.........April 1 In-State Tuition and Fees .............. MD 21432 Phone: 301-687-4369 Fax: 301-687-4495 http://www...............................

MA. MS. University of Kansas (2006). Saku Associate Professor.edu James C. McMullen Assistant Professor. and was revised in 1990 to have a broader focus on environmental planning. D. Ph.16th Edition | Page 51 . BA. Geographic Information Systems. Ohio University (1988). Michigan State University. Planning programs are coordinated within the Department of Geography which has labs for environmental science. Cartographic Design. Urban Politics (301) 687-4277 jororke@frostburg. Specializations: Urban Economics. University of Kansas (1999)..Margaret M. Students in both planning programs must complete a capstone project. BS. BS. Regional Planning. Specialization: Conservation and Resource Management. Students must apply and meet academic progress requirements to earn internship credit. Specializations: Urban Sociology. BS. mapping science and environmental design. Towson University..D. Also. MA. BS. MA.D.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Frostburg State University.edu FYI Frostburg State University offers the only undergraduate major in urban and regional planning in Maryland.edu John J. Williams College. Community Development. Specializations: Remote Sensing. but the experience is built into required courses. Dalton Professor.edu Francis L. The Environmental Analysis and Planning major began as a program to train specialists in coal mine reclamation. Ph. Kessler Associate Professor. University of Saskatchewan (1995). Regional Development (301) 687-4418 mdalton@frostburg. (301) 687-4724 jsaku@frostburg. State University of New York at Albany. several major courses meet general education requirements of the university (17 hours in urban and regional planning. field equipment. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. (301) 687-4412 meramspott@frostburg. Geographic Information Science (301) 687-4440 fprecht@frostburg. University of New Hampshire. (301) 687-4266 fkessler@frostburg. Pennsylvania State University (1991). Ph. replaces the concentration in urban planning that was completed by more than 200 graduates since it began in 1970...D. urban Ecology (301) 687-3162 jmcmullen@frostburg. Specializations: Mapping Science. Ramspott Assistant Professor. BA.edu John C. Wilfrid Laurier University (1991).D. University of Nebraska (1998). Ph. BS. Ph. MS. University of Georgia. begun in 2002. University of Pennsylvania. Fritz C.edu Matthew E. Precht Professor. West Virginia University. West Virginia University. D. Specializations: Economic Development. Ph. Public Finance. and four computer laboratories for GIS.. The major in urban and regional planning. Texas State University (2000). Internships for 9 or 15 credits are offered each semester and summer. University of Cape Coast (1985). and 18 hours in environmental analysis and planning) allowing students to complete minors or second majors in other fields. Specializations: Public Administration. MPA. Ph... D. O’Rorke Associate Professor. MS University of Minnesota.

...... Land Use...........55 Exam............................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 ..$14.......................D...........................0 Writing 100 ibTOEFL Not Required 3-Letters..000 stipend............ $50 Additional Fees: . May 1 (need-based aid) In-State Tuition and Fees: ..................... Graduate Research Assistantships: $7.............45 Masters Specializations Economic Development..................................$823 per semester FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Fellowships: $1.......... Chairperson Phone (404) 894-2350 E-mail: crp@coa.... plus tuition...................................000............... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 ......... May 1 (need-based aid) In-State Tuition and Fees: ..............................................600 stipend......................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ....... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below................................ $4................318 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ....................... Awards: $500 ....$13............. Urban Design *Do not double count Hispanics............15 Applied Research Paper ... Land and Community Development..........gatech..................March 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 ..........$2.................................................................................1.......January 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 .......$9....edu MA/MS PAB Ph.............. NW – Suite 204 Atlanta.................................. plus tuition...............GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY School of City and Regional Planning College of Architecture 245 Fourth Street.......... February 1 (merit-based aid).......................600 stipend...............planning.............. Blackwell (404) 894-2352 dracy.....................................................$14.......................... Page 52 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ........................200 ...... Geographic Information Systems............0 450 Verbal / 550 Quantitative / 4...........103 per semester Application Fee: .............Applied Research Paper or Thesis PROGRAM INFORMATION MASTERS DEADLINES..................................................16th Edition . supplemental application (online) MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........edu Bruce Stiftel............$823 per semester TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.................20 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..............................................blackwell@coa........................200 ...........................Thesis or Final Product: ....504 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................$9.gatech.. $5....January 15 (merit-based aid)..... Transportation....................200 .......... plus tuition..edu Year Initiated: 1952 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.............. Work-Study: Need based.4 Hours of Restricted Electives .... Georgia 30332-0155 Phone (404) 894-2350 Fax (404) 894-1628 www.............gatech.... Environmental Planning............288 per semester Application Fee: ...................................... DOCTORAL DEADLINES........Permanent Residents Total Students Male 4 43 7 0 3 0 1 3 57 Female 2 43 3 0 2 2 1 8 59 Total 6 86 10 0 5 2 2 11 116 Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 09/10 10/11 09/10 10/11 09/10 10/11 149 160 86 92 49 45 38 28 09 03 07 03 Masters Doctoral MASTERS DEGREE Master of City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dracy R.........4 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ... ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution 3......... Loans: Need based.......... $50 Additional Fees: ..........207 Degrees Granted from 09/01/09 to 08/31/10 ... Co-op Internship: $7..................

...... B Arch. Loans: Need based............................. GIS... Specializations: Computer Applications.. (404) 385-4243 mike....... M........dagenhart@coa. (Public Policy) 4.. Specializations: Urban Design..... plus tuition.....S.. AICP Professor of Practice.............. MCRP + M... Water Resources or Environmental Engineering) 3..... 3 letters of reference.... Ph........... Dissertation ........ Div.. MCRP + M.....DUAL DEGREES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: 1... DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .......edu Year initiated: 1982 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10...... Specializations: Urban Design............Comprehensive Exams.D.....dobbins@coa........ Collaborative Governance.......................... Chapel Hill (1989).16th Edition | Page 53 . plus tuition Graduate Research Assistantship: $11..........................46 Exams or Written Requirements: ......................... Environment/ Sustainability.....15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .. (Civil Engineering: Transportation............. Minimum GRE: 550 Verbal / 550 Quantitative / 4...... M Arch.....16 Major Field ...... AB....Permanent Residents Total Students Doctoral Specializations Housing........ M Arch..edu Michael A.. Blackwell (404) 894-2352 dracy..000 . (Architecture) 2............ Geographic Information Systems..............edu FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Fellowships: $10...... Yale University (1965)...000 stipend. MCRP + M.......... Yale University (1960)......... Land Use/ Growth Management... Duke University (1975).. (404) 894-9840 bill.. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. Land Use and Transportation............... (404) 894-2992 richard................. BA.... Drummond Associate Professor........ GordonConwell Theological Seminary (1979)..S........ PLANNING FACULTY Richard Dagenhart Associate Professor..............gatech.... University of North Carolina. Quantitative Methods....... study interests must fit resources available at Georgia Tech.. *Do not double count Hispanics.. University of Arkansas (1970)......... MCP............0 Writing Minimum TOEFL: 102 ibTOEFL Minimum GPA: 3..13 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ..gatech...drummond@coa....blackwell@coa. University of Pennsylvania (1972).000 stipend........0 Departmental Requirement Master's degree in planning or related field. supplementary application (online). MCRP + J.......gatech....... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..$20............... Dobbins FAIA......9 Total Minimum Coursework Hours ..........D..gatech......... (Georgia State Univ College of Law) TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Male 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 6 11 Female 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 13 Total 0 10 1 0 0 0 0 12 24 DOCTORAL DEGREE City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Dracy R....$15............. Community Planning.....250 . DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admissions Policy: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution.. Historic Preservation...................6 Minor Field .. Proposal and Defense........ BA..... sample of written work................ Everyday Urbanism. Community and Economic Development................................................“The role of collaboration in Everglades restoration” Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non....................1 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 1.....edu William J.

Transportation. Harvard University (1976). Specializations: Urban Design.yang@coa. Economic Development. MCP (1972) and PhD (1975) Georgia Institute of Technology. Urban Ecology. Florida State University (1975). MPlan. Specializations: Regional Economic Development Policy. MS. University of Virginia (1971).edu David S.edu Page 54 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Social Policy/Human Services. Cornell University (1961). Michigan Tech (1963). Infrastructure Planning and Management. MCP. MS. Ph. Industry Studies. Labor Markets.gatech. Urban/Regional Economics.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Douglas C. Ph. BA. Planning School Advancement. National Taiwan University (2001). BS.D.D. (404) 894-9839 nancey. BA..D. M. Urban Stormwater Planning. BS (1969). Hubert H. GIS and Urban Simulation. Environmental Planning.edu Barbara Lynch Visiting Associate Professor. McKenney Professor and Associate Dean for Research. Real Estate Finance and Development. Demography. (404) 894-2350 bruce..faust@gtri. BS (1997). Allen (404) 894-0907 ASLA doug. Specializations: Urban & Regional Economics.D. Beijing University (2000). Inner-city Revitalization. (2007). Politics & Governance. MA.edu FAICP Nancey Green Leigh Professor and PhD Program Director.gatech. (404) 285-7577 jacoch@bellsouth.D. Specializations: Environmental Planning.edu Jamie Cochran Catherine L. Specializations: Transportation Planning. Bruce Stiftel FAICP Professor and Chairperson.gatech. Ph. Urban Economics.edu Perry Pei-Ju Yang Associate Professor. BA (1975) and MRP (1979).16th Edition . French David M. MEM. Specializations: Land Use & Growth Management. (404) 385-7214 dan.edu AICP (404) 385-6884 barbara. Denver (1973). Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1965). Quantitative Methods.gatech.edu Brian Stone Jr. BLA. BS. Real Estate Development.net Thomas N.D.edu (404) 385-3343 hfe@gatech. Ph.. Harvard University (1989).lynch@inta.. Sawicki FAICP Professor. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1984). MCRP (1973) and Ph. Wesleyan Univesity (1995).yang@coa. Etienne Assistant Professor.. (1996).edu (404) 894-9841 michael. (404) 385-7215 jiawen. Quantitative Methods.allen@coa. Kent State University (1971).. BSc (1991) and MSc (1994). University of California. Planning Theory. BA. BA.gatech. Climate Change and Urban Heat Island.ross@coa. Cornell University. Berkeley (1989). BSCE. Ph. Community Development. (1979). Specialization: International Planning. Specializations: Planning Theory. Morehouse College.gatech.gatech. Specializations: Environmental Planning.. Specializations: Housing Policy. Transportation Investment Analysis. MS. Negotiation & Conflict Management. BS.immergluck@coa.Michael L.. (404) 894-2076 perry.stiftel@coa. State of New York at Stony Brook (1975). Geographic Information Systems. Specializations: Metropolitan/ Regional Planning. Temple University (2002). Specializations: Urban Design.D.gatech. GIS and Transportation.sawicki@coa.gatech. Ph. Agglomeration Economics. Berkeley (1978).gatech. Specializations: Remote Sensing. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2000). Ph. University of Colorado.Economics (1984). Ph.elliott@coa. (404) 385-0900 steve. Economic Development Planning. MPA. Visiting Lecturer.. Specializations: Transportation Planning. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. (404) 894-6488 stone@coa. MS. University of California.edu (404) 894-2350 thomasdebo@bellsouth. BSCE. Land Use and Air Quality.french@coa. Cornell University (2004). Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2005). Associate Professor. Specializations: Urban Community Development. University of North Carolina. BA. MPP. University of Minnesota (1999). Metropolitan Planning.D. Chapel Hill. Environmental Planning.. MLA.gatech. Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development. Georgia Institute of Technology. Neighborhood Change. BA (1993).D. Chapel Hill (1980). (404) 385-7224 jennifer. Urban Poverty and Qualitative Research Issues in Planning. BA. Community Development. MRP (1981) and Ph. Michigan (1987).clark@gatech. (404) 894-0569 david. Politics & Governance. Ph. Cornell University (1971). Cornell University (1988).edu Professor and Associate Dean.. (1986). Steven P. University of Georgia (1971). Specializations: Metropolitan/ Regional Planning.D.. Taiwan University.net Nickolas L. Poirier Elliott Associate Professor and Associate Director.D. Ph. Duke University (1996). Computer Applications. Faust Senior Lecturer. Northwestern (1984). Specializations: Environmental Planning. Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development. Cornell University. Ross Harry West Professor and Director. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1974). University of Illinois at Chicago (1996).edu Daniel Immergluck Associate Professor.edu FAICP Jiawen Yang Assistant Professor. Harley F. Citizen Participation. University of North Carolina. Debo Professor Emeritus.gatech. Economic Development Planning. (1975). Cornell University (1978). Economic Development Planning. (404) 385-5133 catherine. Georgia Institute of Technology (2001).D.D. (404) 894-0021 nick. MURP.gatech..leigh@coa. Ph. Jennifer Joy Clark Assistant Professor.

private developers and learned societies. MBA. Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University (2006).gatech. BS. Land Use and Growth Management. University of Roorkee (1989). BS. Research Scientist and Associate Director. Specializations: Economic Development. M Arch. BS (1985). Graduate Students come to this school from across the U.com FYI Georgia Tech’s SCaRP is a global leader in the creation of sustainable cities and regions aiming for the highest levels of international learning and professional engagement. Meyer Frederick R. (404) 385-2246 michael.S. Transportation Energy Use. BS (1977).. (2000). University of Wisconsin. MS Public Policy. Madison (1995).gatech. federal and international human settlements policy.leone@coa. MS (1989) and PhD (1993). Georgia Institute of Technology (1979).gatech. Georgia State University (1982). Market Analysis.. Demographics (404) 894-2350 mitch. and the Atlanta City Planning Department. Specializations: Real Estate Investment Analysis. Georgia State University (1982). (1978).gatech. News’ top 10 public universities.edu seth. Dickerson Professor and Director.meyer@ce. (404) 894-0405 randall. Specializations: Economic Development. and around the world. (404) 385-5121 harry.D. MS. (1993) and PhD (2008) Georgia Institute of Technology. Our 1200 graduates. economic disparities. Haddow AICP Senior Lecturer. Georgia Institute of Technology (1979). Land Development Planning. Specializations: Transportation and Air Quality.S. Davis. BA (1959) and JD (1963). University of Wisconsin-Madison (1974). the School faculty includes five Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners. Center for Geographic Information Systems. MCRP Georgia Institute of Technology (2005). Austin (1994). MRP. Emory University (1975). Duke University (1979). Transit Planning and Operation. Our institutional setting enables students to acquire expertise in every area of the urban development process. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development and the Center for GIS provide research opportunities and financial support to many of our students and establish critical linkages between the Program and the larger regional community. Market Analysis. Northwestern University (1975). BS. Seth Weissman Lecturer. Growth Management Law. resource shortages and climate change and after graduation become leaders in the city planning profession.gatech. MBA. English. (404) 330-1036 eharris@hjrussell. Specializations: Regional Transportation Planning. and former chief operating officers of the Atlanta Regional Commission. Planning students work with other centers and institutes across the Tech campus. Ph. work in 45 U. BS (1975). research foundations. serve on 15 editorial boards. MCRP.edu Subrahmanyam Muthukumar Research Scientist. BA. University of Texas. A research-led and highly interdisciplinary community of scholars. Georgia Transportation Institute. These students arrive with ambitions to solve the world’s most vexing problems resulting from population growth. and are widely sought as framers of and advisors to local. Climate Change.edu Mitchell L. the development industry. Transportation Finance.D. MCP. JD. Enterprise Innovation Institute. MA (1979) and PhD (1981) Emory University.weissman@coa. Specializations: Real Estate Investment Analysis. Transportation Planning.edu Michael D.D.giarrusso@coa. Mixed-use Development. (404) 894-6111 jan. the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority. states and 21 foreign countries. the non-profit sector and academia.S. Specializations: Planning Law. Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer Adjunct Professor. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1978). state. (404) 894-0128 smuthu@coa. Specialization: Geographic Information Systems.youtie@innovate.edu (404) 577-7222 dhaddow@haddowandcompany. University of California. Specializations: Land Use Law. Duke University.Anthony Giarrusso AICP Jan Youtie Adjunct Associate Professor and Manager Policy Services. Georgia State University (1992). Moody Lecturer. MSEE (1986). Harry West Professor of Practice.gatech. Ph.guensler@ce. MCP. Land Development Planning.edu David F. Atlanta is the fifth largest concentration of higher education activity in the United States and among its most diverse and rapidly growing metropolitan areas. BA. Tech’s award winning Co-op study program matches planning students with a long list of forward-looking and respected city planning firms and agencies in the Atlanta metropolitan area.edu (404) 894-0127 anthony.gatech.com Edrick Harris Lecturer. Georgia Tech consistently ranks among U. MCP.edu Karen Leone deNie Lecturer. Georgia Institute of Technology (2000). B Arch. Southern Polytechnical State University (1988). Georgia Institute of Technology (2008).gatech. Ph.edu Randall Guensler Associate Professor. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems. Specializations: Regional Planning.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .gatech.16th Edition | Page 55 . BA University of Pennsylvania (1975). Specialization: Health and The Built Environment (404) 217-1458 karen. They are responsible for an average of over $2 million per year of externally funded research.west@coa. the editor of the Journal of the American Planning Association. including many of Atlanta’s and Georgia’s top planners and policy makers. (404) 651-2437 jjuergensmeyer@gsu..moody@arch. BBA (1962) and MPA (1969) University of Georgia.

...................29 Areas of Concentration: History and Theory..........................D Program ......................edu African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non....992 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..................... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-2010 for Masters program.. Page 56 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .......... AICP (617) 495-2521 cnewton@gsd......... ACSP Member: FULL Dual/Concurrent Degree Programs: MUP/MArch (Architecture at the GSD) MUP/MLA (Landscape Architecture at the GSD) MUP/MPP (Public Policy at KSG) MUP/JD (Law at HLS) MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: None Specified None Specified Required Required International Students None Specified None Specified MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINE.................16th Edition .January1.......................... PhD................. Transportation and Infrastructure.... Program Director Phone: (617) 495-2521 E-mail: cnewton@gsd.edu www.28 Units of Studio or Practice Related Courses ... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..... Health Insurance (Blue Cross) $2...............................................................24 Units of Unrestricted Electives .............. Massachusetts 02138 Phone (617) 495-2521 Fax (617) 496-9521 E-mail: cnewton@gsd.............$35........................992 per semester Application Fee: ................... New students 1/01/10 Returning students ....................harvard..............................................................harvard............................... Housing and Neighborhood Development *Do not double count Hispanics..........................24 Total Required Units in Planning Program ............... Health Services Fee $1................. Urban Design...................edu Judith Grant Long.....$35...........gsd......................D program........Permanent Residents Total Students Year Initiated: 1994 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10..... 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees: .........606.......... Activity fee $100 per semester Units of Core......................80 Exam or Final written Requirement: ........... None FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Need based aid for US Citizens.........24 Units of Restricted Electives .................................HARVARD UNIVERSITY Department of Urban Planning and Design Graduate School of Design 48 Quincy Street...harvard..........................................269 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ...............................D. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-2010 for Masters program ......... US Permanent Residents............................... Gund Hall Cambridge.$80 Additional Fees: ..........................1/01/10 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.......................harvard.. with limited funding available for International Students (part of a new financial aid program started in 2010) Annual Student Enrollment 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White Male 1 17 2 0 2 0 0 7 29 Female 0 19 2 0 2 0 0 6 29 Total 0 37 4 0 4 0 0 13 58 Masters Doctoral 55 6 49 5 58 5 59 6 MASTERS DEGREE Master in Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Judith Grant Long.edu MA/MS PAB Ph......January 1........... Real Estate and Urban Development.............. 2010 Admission Deadline 2009-2010 for Ph...............................................January 1............126........

. Gomez-Ibanez Professor. TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non. Olympic Urbanism.... (617) 496-0830 jkayden@gsd....edu DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Departmental Requirement: None Specified Required Required None Specified None Specified Eric Belsky Lecturer.... DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .. (617) 495 2521 jglong@gsd. PhD............. Housing and Neighborhood Planning... Specializations: Land Use Planning. ebelsky@gsd. PhD........... Harvard College.......harvard. Architecture.edu PLANNING FACULTY Alan Altshuler Professor............ Comparative Urban and Social Policy........... MCPUD.. MSc... MA... Stanford University.. BSc...edu Year initiated 1942 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10... MPP.. Ph...... Harvard University........ Political Economy. BArch.harvard...... (617) 495-7559 aaltshul@gsd........6 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .. Infrastructure/Public Services..edu Judith Grant Long Associate Professor and Program Director.edu Alex Krieger Professor in Practice....N/A Hours of Unrestricted Electives .harvard. Metropolitan/Regional Planning. AB.......... BA...... Tourism... Harvard University.....DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph. MA...edu Joan Busquets Professor in Practice. Harvard University......N/A Thesis or Final Product: Oral Examination and Thesis (617) 496-8811 jbusquet@gsd. MA....N/A Total Required Hours in Program ...harvard. Huron University College.............. International Development.edu Jerold S........ Canada. Specializations: Urban Economics.. Harvard University...... Participation in Planning.. PhD.. McGill University.edu Michael Hooper Assistant Professor.... Specializations: Urban Design......... Harvard Graduate School of Design...... Ryerson University.. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below........................... Studio Pedagogy... Public and Private Development..... University of Barcelona.............. JD. (617) 495 9571 mhooper@gsd........... MIT.harvard..... International Planning and Development.. Specializations: Planning and Environmental Law. Specializations: Politics and Economics of Urban Redevelopment....... Tourist Infrastructure.....Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Female 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 Total 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 (617) 495-1341 jose_gomez-ibanez@harvard.edu *Do not double count Hispanics. University of Chicago.. Infrastructure/Public Services............D.. MCP.... Planning Practice... Public Space........... Land Use/Growth Management......16th Edition | Page 57 ... Specializations: Land Use Planning.... Harvard University.... AB.... Harvard College.... AB. Planning Theory........ (Doctor of Philosophy) in Urban Planning D..... BAA. Ph..D..N/A Hours of Restricted Electives ..... PhD. Cornell University.. University of Barcelona....... Specializations: Impact Assessment........................ Cornell University. Des......harvard... Specializations: Physical Planning/Urban Design... MCRP...... Urban Redevelopment. Transportation.... (617) 495-4803 akrieger@gsd............ Canada..D.. and Issues of Gender and Planning (617) 495-9901 fainstein@gsd. Kayden Professor..edu Jose A... Urban Politics... PhD... Harvard College..94 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ..... Clark University..........N/A Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses . BA........ MIT.. University of Chicago.... None Susan Fainstein Professor.... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ... (Doctor of Design) Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Barbara Elfman (617) 495-2337 belfman@gsd.harvard....harvard...... Harvard University.................harvard. MDes........ Clark University... Stanford University.. BA......

16th Edition . Harvard University. Specializations: Environmental Planning. among others – shaping the built environment. historical. Project Planning and Management. Rice University. (617) 495-2521 Peter G. Urban Design.harvard. ecological. Boston University. Development Finance. Students are taught to understand. Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning. institutions. Indiana University. and influence the variety of forces – social.edu Nicolas Retsinas Lecturer. (617) 496-0546 pbcote@gsd. Physical Planning/ Urban Design. MCP. and visual techniques.Richard B. Specializations: Affordable Housing. Harvard University.Arch. BA. Yale University. International Development.edu Richard Dimino Lecturer. (617) 495 2521 fcorrea@gsd. Peiser Professor. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems. PhD. and enhancement of a productive. Housing and Neighborhood Planning. politics. MSUP. AB. Affordable Housing. (617) 496-0330 hsarkis@gsd. Community Development.harvard. (617) 495-2521 rdimino@gsd. International Planning and Design. Students learn to understand these forces through deep immersion in the histories and theories of urban planning and urbanism as profession and phenomenon. Planning Theory. to analyze these forces through intelligent application of qualitative. (617) 495-5988 stockard@gsd. analyze. and aesthetic. B. MIT. and design. sustainable. New York University. MCP.edu Toni Griffin Adjunct Associate Professor. MPH. Urban Design. MArch. Specializations: New Towns. quantitative. MBA. Harvard Design School. Architecture. Harvard University. (617) 495-9558 rpeiser@gsd. Harvard University. and to influence these forces through technical facility and creative interventions involving laws. Specializations: Urban Redevelopment. Tulane. the economy. BArch.edu Studio Space at Harvard GSD Felipe Correa Assistant Professor of Urban Design. MAUD. cultural. FYI Harvard’s Master in Urban Planning (MUP) degree program teaches students how to plan for the development.harvard. MBA. (617) 495 2521 tgriffin@gsd. Housing Finance. MCP.edu Page 58 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Melbourne University. and equitable built environment. economic. political. Theory. BA. Northeastern University. Sustainable Development. Hashim Sarkis Professor. Community Development. Notre Dame. Real Estate. Rowe Professor. BA.harvard. BArch.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Paul Cote Lecturer. Columbia University.harvard. preservation. Harvard University. Planning History. Rhode Island School of Design. BArch. (617) 496-3676 retsinas@gsd.harvard.harvard. PhD. (617) 495-4237 prowe@gsd. Planning and Climate Change. Binghamton University. and Urban Design. Environmental Justice and Social Equity in Planning.harvard. Geography.edu James Stockard Lecturer. Public Health and the Built Environment.edu Joyce Klein Rosenthal Assistant Professor. Specializations: Comparative Urbanism. Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning. Specializations: Transportation Planning.harvard.edu A. legal. PhD. University of Cambridge. Columbia University. BS. MArch. Columbia University. Specializations: Urbanism in Muslim Societies.

.95 per term Out of State Tuition ..........15 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ............................. Regional Planning MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Bachelors from accredited institution 3.......................edu GRADUATE DEADLINES............................5....70 per term Out of State Tuition and Fees .................36 Hours of Studio ...........0 N/A None None Yes............$4..0 (conditional admission possible with 2........................................................................................................................ March 14.......... Environmental Planning.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Jr...............................................................................edu Minimum GPA: Class Rank: SAT: ACT: Honors Program: MA/MS ACSP Member: Full UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2....... PA 15705-1087 Phone (724) 357-2250 Fax (724) 357-6479 http://www.................................................. 3................................Yes Undergraduate Specializations Landuse and GIS........iup..................... 2010 In-State Tuition ........................ Rolling Admission Financial Aid Deadline ..............................................................INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Department of Geography & Regional Planning Room 9 Leonard Hall 421 North Walk Indiana........................edu IELTS Test: Year Initiated: 1972 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10....... Director (724) 357-2250 bobbegg@iup................edu/geography Dr.................................. Robert Begg................................5 and above) Must take test but no minimum 550.................Regional Planning Track Contact Person Phone: E-mail: Dr..........6 Hours of Restricted Elective ......................................................................... Director (724) 357-2250 bobbegg@iup..........48 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ........70 per term Application Fee ........ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline ....................... $40 Additional Fee.............................12 Hours of Elective .........................................5 Masters Specializations 09/10 25 32 Undergraduate Masters 07/08 20 28 GIS/Cartography..........................Rolling Admission Financial Aid Deadline ...........................120 Thesis or Final Product .................... 33-39 Thesis or Final Product Required ............................9 Hours of Studio or Practice-Related Courses ..................................................... 19-25 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............. but can be admitted through the University American Language Institute 5................16th Edition | Page 59 ..187 Degrees Granted from 8/31/09 to 8/31/10 .......................................$6............................$7482. August 28..........Yes PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINE..........4 Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirements: MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..............................................................193...........141...................................... 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees ......................................................12 Hours of Restricted Elective . John Benhart................................269 Degrees Granted from 8/31/09 to 8/31/10 ......... Included in above MASTERS DEGREE Master of Science in Geography .................. Robert Begg.................... 9-15 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ...............$3604.........0 GPA minimum UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ................................. Environmental Planning ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .................... but can be admitted through the University American Language Institute N/A Same as university UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Regional Planning Contact Person Phone: E-mail: Dr.................................50 per term Annual Student Enrollment Enrolled 08/09 18 22 Year Initiated: 1972 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10................................ – Department Chair Email – jbenhart@iup.. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline ..................................

Specializations: Environmental Planning.edu (724) 357 2250 bobbegg@iup. University of North Carolina. Ph. Geographic Information Systems. Land Use Planning (724) 357 2250 whit@iup. Economic Development Planning (724) 357 2250 rpsecrst@iup. Begg Professor. D. Specializations: Land Use Policy. Ph.FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Graduate Assistantships: Several each year including tuition waiver and stipend available on a competitive basis Robert P. Virginia Polytechnic and State University. Bencloski Professor. D. Urban Development (724) 357 5990 rhoch@iup. Urbanization (724) 357 2250 kpatrick@iup. Hoch Assistant Professor. Cultural Landscapes. Environment. Buckwalter Professor. Specializations: Community Development. Ph. Land Use Law.D. Specializations: Landscape Design. Geographic Information Systems. Ph. University of Guelph. Planning Techniques. Geospatial Applications for Land Use Planning. University of Tennessee – Knoxville. Whit Watts Assistant Professor. Pennsylvania State University. D.D. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Planning Theory.edu AFFILIATED FACULTY Joseph W. Transportation (724) 357 2250 donaldb@iup.edu John E. Jr.edu Page 60 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Virginia Polytechnic and State University. University of Tennessee – Knoxville.edu AICP Richard J. Patrick Professor.edu Kevin J. Transportation.16th Edition .D. West Virginia University. Okey Assistant Professor.edu Brian W. Economic Development. Urban Planning (724) 357 2250 cmasilel@iup. Specializations: Environmental Systems (724) 357 2250 joeben@iup.edu D. D. Ph. Ph. Specializations: Conservation. Specializations: Economic Development.edu Calvin O. Sechrist Professor.edu Donald W. Urbanization (724) 357 7652 jbenhart@iup. Louisiana State University.D. Ph. Public Infrastructure PLANNING FACULTY Robert B. University of Iowa.D. Benhart. Sustainable Development (724) 357 2250 bokey@iup. Ph. Specializations: Cartography. Masilela Professor. Ph. Professor. Specializations: Cartography.

................................129 Thesis or Final Product ................ Iowa 50011-3095 Phone (515) 294-8958 Fax (515) 294-2348 http://www...............design....................40 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Approximately nine.......................... Department Chair E-mail: crp@iastate........................................ None............................IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Community and Regional Planning 146 College of Design Ames.................................................................................16th Edition | Page 61 ........................................................ TOEFL Internet (iBT) 79 IELTS 6..35 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: . Eligibility criteria: Academic achievement.......... $9.......................... March 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: ..................1133 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/09....... US..... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ................March 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: ..... experience..................................... $8............ PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES................39 Hours of Studio Courses ................ $50.................................................................................000 per nine month appointment (includes Annual Stipend $5....768.... professional potential and financial need.................35 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..........edu BA/BS PAB MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .......edu GRADUATE DEADLINES....325...................................iastate............ Academic Advisor (515) 294-3680 macooper@iastate......................................... January 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ...........16 Hours of Restricted Elective ............................................. $8....129 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ..D................. and professional potential................... Minimum GPA: None..............67 Hours of Elective ....edu/CRP/ Douglas M.......332.........35 per semester Application Fee:.............. Francis Owusu (515) 294-8958 crp@iastate............ Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: University admission based on composite score of ACT.......340 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10...........................................................................................935.......................Capstone Studio (4 credit) or Professional Report (4 credit) or Thesis (6 credit) UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Community and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Malinda Cooper..... Eligibility Criteria include academic achievement... and core courses.......... $3..................................10 MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Bachelor’s from an accredited institution.................................. Ph........................ $70............................................................................................................5 None Annual Student Enrollment Applied Undergraduate Masters N/A 30 Accepted N/A 28 Enrolled 30 11 30 15 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 N/A N/A 68 20 Departmental Requirement: MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core . Johnston.......... US...... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 ................................edu Year Initiated: 1967 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09 .......................................... Tuition Scholarship Credit $1.............................. class rank... 21-23 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................ Int’l MASTERS DEGREE Master of Community and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Prof.........48 Exams or Written Requirements: ...................14 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 ............................................................... January 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .... TOEFL Paper (PBT) 550.......... UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Enrollment managed: admission through application review after 1st year design core or through transfer...........................679)... None........80 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .................35 per semester Application Fee: ...... TOEFL Computer (CBT) 213...... 3-7 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................782... $3................... 1/4 ........time TA and 4-5 RA appointments at total approx.........Not required FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Three Departmental Scholarships (1 for incoming students)...21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .$30.......... GPA...............................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......... Int’l Year Initiated: 1947 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10 ......................................... $30.............................

Federal University of Minas Gerais. (2003). GIS.edu/~fowusu/homepage. Riad G. Planning History and Theory. MA (1987). Harvard University. Research Methods. Ph. BES (1985). Planning in Developing Nations. Johnston Professor and Chair. BLA (1980) State University of New York. MCP (2000). Small Town Planning. Regionalism and Regional Planning.edu PLANNING FACULTY Timothy O.edu Douglas M. MA (1978).edu Jane Rongerude Assistant Professor. MA (1990).edu/haddad U.html (515) 294-8707 borich@iastate. Iowa State University. Small Town and Rural Planning. Portland State University.D. Regional Planning. Specialization: Regional Planning. University of South Dakota.edu Tara Lynne Clapp Assistant Professor.-Civil and Environmental Engineering (1986). JD (1988).TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 STUDENTS IN THE PROGRAM Paul Coates Associate Professor. Brazil. (515) 294-8958 dmjohnst@iastate. University of Calgary. Specializations: Community Economic Development. Regional Policies.edu Carlton Basmajian Assistant Professor. Specializations: Spatial Analysis (GIS). MCRP (1996). University of Ghana. Carleton University. Georgia Institute of Technology.D.edu Page 62 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . (1992). Specializations: Transportation Planning. University of Nebraska. Planning History. Land Use Growth Management. (1980). BA-History (1996). McMaster University.D. http://www. University of Manitoba. Northwest Missouri State University. GIS. University of Chicago. Public Policy Development. Iowa State University. Rural Sociology and Development. University of FloridaGainesville. MPA (1971) University of Wyoming. University of Washington.D.public.D.iastate. University of Illinois at Urbana. Intergovernmental Coordination.iastate. Specialization: Local Governmental Financial Management. Environmental Economics. Bradbury Associate Professor. Ph. Leadership Development. University of Washington. Specializations: Community Economic Development.16th Edition .D. MLA (1982). University of Michigan. (515) 294-8720 bradbury1@iastate. BS-Environmental Studies (1979). MUP (1969). Government Structure and Management.edu (515) 294-7759 tlclapp@iastate. (515) 294-2973 gtaylor@iastate. University of Illinois at Urbana. ENROLLMENT STATUS AND GENDER Full-Time M F 10 8 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 5 15 15 (515) 294-1844 paulc@iastate. (2009). (1989). Ph. Iowa State University. MA (2000). (2008). Land Use (515) 294-7769 fowusu@iastate. South Dakota State University. Oregon State University. (20 Specializations: Community Economic Development. Environmental Planning. Berkeley. (515) 294-8524 rmahayni@iastate. Ph. MA (1992). Third World Development. Planning Theory.D. BS (1966). Community-based Organizations. Borich Associate Professor. University of Ghana. (1972).D. Susan L. Ph. BA (1988). PhD (2003).edu Francis Y. Suburbia. BA (1987). Water Resources. University of Oregon. Plan Development and Implementation. Telecommunications Planning. Planning Methods. Canada.D. Specialization: Environmental Planning. Haddad Associate Professor.public. Human Development. MCP (2001). Mahayni Professor. University of Wyoming. University of Southern CAlifornia. White African American Native American Asian American Hispanic Other Foreign Total (515) 294-8979 haddad@iastate. Ph. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy. BS (1975). MEDes (1995). BA-Political Science (1969). Public Investments. (515) 294-8958 Gary D. State University of New York. Ph. BS (1998). Taylor Assistant Professor. Owusu Associate Professor. BA (1984). University of Waterloo. Citizen Participation. Specializations: Planning Law and Implementation. University of California. Community Performance Indicators. Social Equity.edu Total 18 4 0 0 1 2 5 30 Monica A. BS (1985).edu (515) 294-6942 carlton@iastate. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. Specializations: Housing. http://www.S. *Do not double count Hispanics. Ph. Ph. Governmental Performance Measurement.

16th Edition | Page 63 . (1969). BS (1979) University of South Dakota. North Park College. Iowa State University. University of California. ISU Extension (MCRP. Planning and Building Department. BS (1947). (2010). University of Illinois . University of Washington.D. University of California. Iowa Department of Transportation (F’2008) (MS Transportation) AICP Gary Reiners BA. Duane Shinn Professor Emeritus. MA (1985) University of Iowa. Specializations: Planning Law. University of Idaho. William Malone Associate Emeritus. BA (1962).D. Alan Jensen GIS Coordinator. Office of Systems Planning. University of Missouri.OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Susan Cosner Vice President of Community Initiatives for Iowa Area Development Group FYI Department offers individual courses via distance education. David Swenson Adjunct Assistant Professor. Environmental Law and Policy R. Ph. MS (1950). Specializations: Urban Economics. MUP (1968). BArch (1960). Huntington Associate Emeritus. Iowa State University. University of Iowa. MS (1993). J. BA (1964).edu CENTRAL CAMPUS ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . J. MA (1981) University of South Dakota. Jerry Knox Associate Emeritus. BS (1989). University of Southern California. School of Law. Phil Mescher Transportation Planner III.Chicago. (1974). Berkeley.D. Team Leader Traffic Forecasting and Modeling. City of Ankeny (MCRP) Karen Jeske Lecturer. Public Management Resource Group. Ph. (515) 294-7458 dswenson@iastate. Michigan State University.D Principal. Iowa State University. Stuart H. MS (1969). Iowa State University) AICP Eric Jensen AICP Development Administrator. MS (1962). BA (1967). Berkeley.

. 40 Hours of Studio Courses ..........johnson@jsums.. and Statement of Purpose Annual Student Enrollment Applied 03/09 Accepted 05/09 11 10 Enrolled 08/09 9 11 10 Undergraduate Masters Doctoral UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA in Urban Studies Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Otha Burton............... program........................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................... Associate Dean..... Otha Burton.................... 0 Other .............. SAT.....................................durp..... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline ........................... (601) 432-6865 otha.............$25 Designated Fees ........................ program ...........................650 SAT .................................................................................................Various MASTERS DEGREE Master of Arts...........edu Dr... 83 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............5 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT.......... CPC Minimum GPA: 2.............................................. Graduate Application.................................... April 15 In-State Tuition and Fees ................... Open Financial Aid Deadline .......0 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Graduate Assistant must be enrolled full-time (9 credit hours).........................................................04 Masters Specializations Community Development & Housing Environment & Land Use Urban Design MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree.................. $3665 per semester Application Fee ....edu GRADUATE DEADLINES..........$3665 per semester Application Fee .................... Lisa Johnson...................burton@jsums..Fax (601) 432-6862 http://www..................16th Edition .......................................................................................... Not required FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Contact DURP for Scholarship Information.March 31 In-State Tuition and Fees . TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline for Masters program .. $2525 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees............3 Hours of Restricted Electives ....... Ph.. Jr........ Jr.... Mississippi 39211 Phone (601) 432-6865 .................................................................. PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES... 19 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10......................................... Page 64 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ....March 01 Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program ..........D............. University 3............. 123 Thesis or final product ............... & Official Transcript 3............ 0 Hours of Restricted Elective ...........................................................................March 31 Admission Deadline for Ph.................................................D..................0................................................................................................................................................................................................. Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Mukesh Kumar................. 0 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .........................................................JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Urban and Regional Planning 3825 Ridgewood Road.. Thesis or non-thesis Year Initiated 2003 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10........... Chair and Associate Professor E-mail: otha.............................49 Exam...........................kumar@jsums....... ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: ACT........edu BA/BS MA/MS Ph.......D...........................................................Thesis or Final Product: ..........r.. Student Development Coordinator E-mail: lisa...... Box 23 Jackson.......15 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ........................................................ $25 Designated Fees .....................16 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...............................................edu Ms..........................................................edu MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..0.............................jsums..............................................................................16 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .....45 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ..................................................................................Various Year Initiated: 1998 PAB Accredited 2010 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.D. 40 Total Required Hours to graduate from University ...................................... (601) 432-6861 mukesh... Departmental Satisfactory Satisfactory Not Required Three (3) letters of recommendation.............................burton@jsums..................................................... Ph..........$2525 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.............March 31 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.............................D..........................................

Assistant Professor.... Ph. (601) 432-6856 edmund...................... Doctoral Specializations Community Development & Housing Environment & Land Use Urban Design Visiting Assistant Professor.... Marshand Crisler.......15 Hours of Concentration... PLANNING FACULTY Otha Burton.... University of Mississippi.......9 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .. Ph........... Ph.............. Specialization: Urban Design and Urban Transportation *Do not double count Hispanics....D... Ph....... MPPA Sean Perkins........ Cleveland State University...........D...D.....c... Specialization: Public Administration AICP Moe Chowdhury......... Associate Dean and Chair........................... Ph....48 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Research Assistant must be a Ph....................TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2010-2011 U.......... M.............................................A......... and Official Transcript Satisfactory Satisfactory 3...... University of Wisconsin Specialization: Development Plan... Ph........ Mississippi State University..merem@jsums.D........D...... Jackson State University..... Specialization: Legal Aspects and Zoning OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Ester Ainsworth...D.12 Hours of Restricted Electives ......D.12 Total ................... Ph..... Specialization: Environment and Land Use Planning Mukesh Kumar........................D.S.......16th Edition | Page 65 .. Ph.... and Environment Planning AICP Terry Wallace............ DOCTORAL DEGREE Urban & Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Edmund Merem.D........ University of California at Berkeley.. Associate Professor.......12 Dissertation ..... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.. Graduate Application........... Specialization: Community Development Edmund Merem.........................2 Visiting Assistant Professor..... Ph....D......................... student and enrolled full-time (9 credit hours)............D. Specialization: Community Development and Housing Jim Borsig..... Mississippi State University. Ph..edu Joan Wesley... Ph... Associate Professor......... Year initiated 1998 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10....D..D... Jackson State University................ Jr.........9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .............D....... J. Specialization: Economic Development Evandro Santos....... School of Law....D....... J. Visiting Assistant Professor..... Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 2 14 0 0 0 1 0 17 Female 0 4 13 0 0 0 0 0 17 Total 0 6 27 0 0 0 1 0 34 DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........... Adjunct Adjunct Adjunct DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Departmental Requirement: Master Degree or equivalent.... Assistant Professor...... Associate Professor........ Ph.......D.......................0 Three (3) letters of recommendation. MPPA...................... Ph.. Statement of Purpose ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..........D...... Ph...D..... Ph.............

................. PhD Assistant Professor......00 for 12 credit hours Out-of-State Tuition and Fees. Oxford................... Florida State University.................... University of Tennessee................ $16......... or Master Report/Thesis TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 23 1 0 3 0 1 Female 0 24 4 0 2 0 2 Total 0 47 5 0 5 0 3 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES..............................75>GPA<3. 2............... Varies In-State Tuition and Fees ................. Specializations: Interdisciplinary Planning........... MS Planning............. Tallahassee..................... Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: (785) 532-5961 hgibson@ksu. University of Illinois... Professor and Head (785) 532-5961 srolley@ksu. Specializations: Urban Design.......................34 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........................416 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/09 .......... UrbanaChampaign...........00 per credit hour Annual Student Enrollment Applied Masters 11 23 Accepted 6 16 Enrolled 19 12 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Regional and Community Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Stephanie Rolley................8 * Do not double count Hispanics. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below................. PhD..... 8-12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program . BA Psychology (major). University of Pennsylvania. Comp. School Facilities & Housing Prices... $7......... AICP........0 Hours of Restricted Electives ..... 600: Department Undergraduate Statistic Course and American Government........0 No Requirements 550: University.......... University of Mississippi.........ksu.................00 for 12 credit hours Application Fee ......... exam and specialization paper......... Sustainable Community Development.........0 for regular admission.................. MCP..........................$80.......................... Kansas 66506-2909 Phone (785) 532-5961 Fax (785) 532-6722 E-mail: la-rcp@ksu................. PLANNING FACULTY Masters Specialization Community Planning and Development Regional Resource Planning and Management MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: GPA > 3..00 Resident/International Additional Fee......................edu/larcp/ Stephanie Rolley.......................KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Landscape Architecture/ Regional and Community Planning 302 Seaton Hall Manhattan..edu http://capd............ Head MA/MS PAB PAB ACSP Member: Full MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..................................................... Knoxville.... Jason Brody Assistant Professor............................... BA Architecture............138.48 Exams or Written Requirements: ............... FASLA........... Sociology (minor).............. Varies Financial Aid Deadline 2009-2010 .... $19... (785) 532-5961 jbrody@ksu....edu Huston Gibson... Washington University......... Planning Theory and History...0 for probationary admission 3...................16th Edition .... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-2010 ......... 2-6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................edu Page 66 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ................edu 0 0 0 28 32 60 Year Initiated: 1957 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.......402.................................. PhD... Design Inquiry and Methodology......

University of Oklahoma. George Washington University. Urban Development Issues. Local & Regional Economies. Specializations: Planning Administration. Specializations: Land Development & Finance. MRCP. Iowa State University. Harvard University. KSU. BArch. (785) 532-5961 lbjw@ksu.16th Edition | Page 67 . Kansas State University. (785) 532-5961 cak@ksu. Keithley Emeritus Professor. Specializations: Rural Planning & Economic Development.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . BArch. Ohio State University. Microcomputer Applications.John Keller. MS & PhD. Champaign-Urbana. PhD. PhD Adjunct Associate Professor. Clyde Mitchell-Weaver. Specializations: Real Estate Assessment. Land Use Regulation/Law. Civil Engineering. Housing & Land Development. Adjunct Professor. Planning Principles. UrbanaChampaign.edu Robert Stokes. University of Minnesota. (785) 532-5961 lawhonll@ksu. Kansas State University. Specializations: Quantitative Research Techniques. BLA. Contact the department for more information on these opportunities. Post Graduate work. PhD Assistant Professor. University of Michigan. BS. PhD. Kansas State University. BS Engineering.edu AICP Stephanie Rolley Adjunct Professor. (785) 532-5961 srolley@ksu. Seoul. (785) 532-5961 mithweav@ksu. University of Illinois. MURP. MCRP. BSLA. PhD Associate Professor. BA. Korea. University of Nebraska. Seoul National University. Benedicts College.edu AICP John Wilhm Adjunct Faculty. Planning Theory & Ethics. Physical Planning & Practice. MArch. Kansas State University. PhD FAICP Sheri Smith. PhD AICP Professor. PhD Adjunct Associate Professor. Transportation & Emergency Management. Tim Keane.edu APA Ray Weisenburger Professor. Economics. MLA.edu (785) 532-5961 jaekim@ksu. Rutgers. BA and MS. Cornell University. Environmental Ethics. (785) 532-1595 drbobb@ksu. Business Location Decisions.edu (785) 532-5961 rbw@ksu. St.edu FYI The department offers other degree programs. Specializations: Community Planning and Design. PhD. PhD Jae Hong Kim. MA Urban Planning and PhD. Kansas State University. BArch and MRP. Specializations: Regional Development and Planning.edu AICP C. Specializations: Community Development and Historic Preservation. BA. (785) 532-5961 jwkplan@ksu. Growth Management. MCRP. Howard University. MCP. MRCP. University of Illinois. PhD. Community Development. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. MRCP. including a 5 year 150 credit hour Non Baccalaureate MRCP degree and a 36 credit hour on-line Master's Degree in Community Development. UCLA. PhD. Texas A&M. Housing and Development. Specializations: Land Development. (785) 532-5961 whisker@ksu. Ohio State University. Urban Visual Analysis. MA. Specializations: Environmental Systems and Planning. Specializations: Project Management. University of Missouri. BS and MRCP. MA Geography. Texas A&M. Adjunct Faculty. Larry Lawhon. Infrastructure Planning & Development. MS. University of Michigan.A. Specializations: Urban Design & Historic Preservation. Texas A&M.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Jack Crocker Adjunct Faculty. BA. Specializations: Transportation Planning. La Barbara Wigfall Associate Professor. Antioch College. Urban Systems and Third World Development. Transportation. Kansas State University. BA Geography. Planning Analysis & Methods.

.................................470 per semester Application Fee ........ MCP ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution Required........................................................... History..........Apply through MIT Undergraduate Admission Financial Aid Deadline ....................................................................... 77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge.............. Out-of-State and International): ...................................................edu Amy Glasmeier...................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline .mit.... Regional Development and Public Policy. January 3 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.......................................... not the Department...........................$75 Additional Fees: ............................... Environmental Policy.........D.......................................8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..........................$75 Additional Fees ...............................17 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ......................$136/semester student activities fee MCP Specializations City Design and Development................................ Undergraduate Specializations Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning....edu http://dusp..............51 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ............................................ January 3 Tuition (In-State.............................3 Master of Science Specializations City Design and Development.E-mail: wellford@mit............ Community and Economic Development. Environmental Policy........... Urban Information Systems....391 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ........4 Hours of Restricted Electives ....... Department Head (617) 253-1933 Sandra Wellford.................MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Urban Studies and Planning Room 7-337........................................................... $136/semester student activities fee...... $19...................................... Massachusetts 02139 Phone (617) 253-9403 • Fax (617) 253-2654 E-mail: duspinfo@mit......... January 3 Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program .. and Economic Development.........9 MS in Planning Year Initiated: 1985 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10....................... January 3 Admission Deadline for Ph...............D program ............... no minimum 600 (Departmental Requirement) Not Required No Requirements GRADUATE DEADLINES..... Cross-Cutting: Transportation..................................... 60 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .............. $19..........................470 per semester Application Fee: .... Regional Planning....................................................... MASTERS DEGREE Master in City Planning Year Initiated: 1935 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10..............................2241 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 . optional health insurance for graduate students Annual Student Enrollment Applied 09/10 10/11 431 460 7 5 136 126 Accepted 09/10 10/11 91 92 4 4 14 15 Enrolled 09/10 10/11 64 71 3 4 11 7 MCP GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ......0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ...... Housing...................edu BA/BS MA/MS PAB Ph................................................................................................. Urban Society............................. Housing.......... International Development..................................... Academic Administrator (617) 253-4409 ......16th Edition ...........Same as above Tuition(In-State........ Urban Information Systems................ Out-of-State and International) ............................ Cross-Cutting: Transportation...... 60-73 Total Required Hours ........ ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For University and Departmental Requirements: Check MIT Freshmen Admission UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..................................................... 123 Thesis or Final Product ......................................70 PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES...............................................D Program ................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline for Masters program ......................................................................................21 Thesis ................................. and Politics Page 68 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ........50 MCP MS PhD UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Planning Year Initiated: 1933 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10......................... Community.................. Regional Planning........................... International Development...............Required FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Assigned through MIT Undergraduate admission.....

........... Public Policy and Politics........................ Required.. 8.. Flexible Bureaucracies: Discretion........................16th Edition | Page 69 ........ others are typically offered halftuition grants..............D..... Students admitted without aid are also eligible to apply for funding in the second year of the program....... 8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ...............16 Thesis ...... Negotiation and Dispute Resolution.............. no minimum 600 (Departmental Requirement) Not Required No Requirements DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ............................. TOEFL score of 600 (Departmental requirement) Masters degree is recommended 1200 and 5.....................0 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............... Urban History.............. and Accountability in Labor Market Regulation and Public Sector Management The Relative Risk: parenting......................... Neighborhood and Community Development. 4.... Urban Sociology Second Fields of Study: Environmental Planning and Natural Resource Management..... Preference Accommodating and Preference Shaping: Incorporating Traveler Preferences into Transportation Planning 2. Creativity. poverty............... 9.. bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and a DUSP faculty sponsor.......................... Transportation and Land Use DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 142 University Admission Policy: If English is not the native language..... Labor and Employment Policy................ roughly half receive full-tuition awards for one or two years......... Planning in Developing Countries..........42 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ....... ethics......394 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ............. Housing and Real Estate Development... Recovering the Wall: enclosure..................... 6.. and peers in the three city study of moving to opportunity Institutional arrangements and land reallocation during transition : a regional analysis of small farms in Romania Why some were so fast while others not: speed of entry as a new competitive asset in late-industrialization Reinventing VAT collection : industry vertical assessment........... Urban and Regional Economics.... Of these..................... residents Hispanics of any race White African-American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other Non-US Citizens/Non Perm.. We encourage all applicants to apply for aid regardless of nationality or race.......0 in Analytical writing Departmental Requirement: Minimum GRE: *Do not double count Hispanics......... 11 Recent Dissertations Completed 1......... Aid is based on need and merit............500/ semester)................. some with additional RA stipends...... and public sector reliability Strategic Unionism: the political role of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) in South Africa and what it means for Black workers Regional Catalytic Economic Impacts and Noise-Damage Costs of Aviation Growth Impacts of greenhouse gas mitigation policies on agricultural land Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: MASTER OF SCIENCE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ...... and the American landscape Doctoral Specializations First Fields of Study: City Design and Development........MASTER of SCIENCE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Intended for professionals with a number of years of distinguished practice....... All students can apply for departmentally funded jobs and off-campus internships (~$2. 3. 66 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Approximately 2/3 of the MCP class receives some form of tuition assistance............... in Urban and Regional Planning/ Studies Year initiated 1958 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10............. Transfers and Path Choice in Urban Public Transport System 11.. Urban Information Systems... 5... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...... Residents Total Students 13 16 57 13 15 85 26 31 Male 6 22 2 1 3 Female 7 40 5 0 12 Total 13 62 7 1 15 10.. revenue increase....... TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2010-2011 US Citizens/Perm.0 Hours of Restricted Electives .. Regional Development......... International Economic Development........ 7..

edu Joseph Ferreira............... MIT (1975).. abbanat@mit.. Ph......... (617) 452-1380 dayna@mit...... (617) 452-2804 dedavis@mit..... Ph.. Specializations: Cities and National Development. UNC-Chapel Hill. Eligibility Criteria: (617) 253-7956 xbriggs@mit......... Specializations: Writing and Communication for Planners. Specializations: Housing Policy. Ph... Ph. (617) 253-6254 amsden@mit..........edu Eran Ben-Joseph Associate Professor..... FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: Each incoming Ph....... MLA. (617) 253-6707 aberger@mit......DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........ Urban Simulation. Design Standards....... (617) 253-3988 tc@mit.. Specializations: Civil Society Participation in Environmental Governance.....16th Edition .. Policing and Public Security.... Specializations: Community Development.16 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses . Central and Eastern Europe......... Environmental Movements and Organizations. (617) 253-6164 plclay@mit... Chancellor.. Specializations: Economic and Industrial Development....D... University of Pennsylvania.... (617) 253-8299 demon@mit.....32 with Masters / 42 without Masters Thesis or Final Product.edu Page 70 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .D... Specializations: Urban Spatial Structure. Specializations: Urban Settlements.... PLANNING FACULTY Cherie Abbanat Lecturer... Jr.D.........edu Professor.. MIT (2004)... Cities in Conflict...........D......... PhD.... (617) 324-1570 (617) 253-7410 jf@mit.... and oral exam. MBA... Social Capital and Racial Segregation..........edu Xavier de Souza Briggs Associate Professor... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below........ Columbia (1996).. Community Development. Ph.edu *Do not double count Hispanics. Specializations: Real Estate Finance... Politics of Urban Policy.... Race and Metropolitan Opportunity...... MIT (1997)..... Site Planning and Design. Specializations: Landscape Architecture. Design Review..D... Specializations: Housing...... Dynamics of Democratic Problem Solving.. UCLA (1986). Community Statistical Systems......D....0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives . residents Hispanics of any race White African-American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other Non-US Citizens/Non Perm. Residents Total Students Male 1 8 3 0 2 0 0 27 41 Female 1 13 1 1 2 0 5 15 38 Total 2 21 4 1 4 0 5 JoAnn Carmin Associate Professor.. Ph. Alan Berger Associate Professor.... Harvard (1963)..edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens/Perm......... NYU......3-part general exam: written proposal.D class is awarded 7 full tuition +stipend for at least 3 years. John de Monchaux Professor Emeritus..edu Phillip Clay Professor..... UC-Berkeley (1995)............. CoLab.edu Dayna Cunningham Executive Director. Real Estate Development........ MIT (1971)....... Ph. (617) 452-2697 jcarmin@mit.... written questions...... London School of Economics.D..... Planning Support Systems.. Merit and Need (617) 253-7305 ebj@mit.....0 Hours of Restricted Electives .edu Diane Davis 42 79 Professor.......... Geographic Information Systems... University of Wisconsin (1995). JD. Participation. Specializations: landscape and urbanization.0 Total Required Hours in Program......... MArch (Urban Design).. MCP......edu Alice Amsden Professor.. Environmental Disaster and Emergencies.edu Tony Ciochetti Professor of the Practice...

MIT (1967).edu (617) 324-6135 annette@mit. Labor Markets.D.. Ph. Specializations: Urban Design. Institutional Change. Judith Layzer foge@mit. Community Development.. Specializations: Energy Efficiency. Harvard (2000). Specializations: History of Housing Policy. PhD. Specializations: Geography and Regional Economic Development.. Harvard (1964).edu Robert Fogelson Professor. Yale (1969). Human-Computer Interfaces. Property and Land Use Law.16th Edition | Page 71 . Social Services and Housing. Specializations: Science and Environmental Politics. Ph. Biology.edu Ralph Gakenheimer Karen R. Polenske Professor. Harvard (1988).. Ph. Information Technology. Infrastructure.D.. Frank Levy Professor. Specializations: Community Building.edu Dennis Frenchman Professor. Ceasar McDowell Professor of the Practice. Community Psychology. Natural Resources and Ecosystem Management. Specializations: International Urban Development.D. Property Rights.. Pennsylvania State University.edu (617) 258-7721 braj@mit. Real Estate Investment.edu AICP eglenn@mit. (617) 253-5131 dgeltner@mit.edu (617) 253-2025 klopfer@mit. Ph. Community Networks. (617) 452-2073 lorlene@mit.edu (617) 258-7275 tflee@mit. Transition Economies. Electronic Media and Design of Public Space. UC Berkeley (1986). Economic-Impact Analysis. MCP. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems.. Specializations: Urban Revitalization.edu Amy K. (617) 253-8847 dennisf@mit. Housing Density. Energy/Environmental Analysis. Specializations: Real Estate Finance. Globalization. University of Pennsylvania (1964). University of Cambridge (2001). Computerization of Work...D. Ph. MIT.Lynn Fisher Associate Professor. (617) 253-1540 lkeyes@mit.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Professor Emeritus. Lecturer. Annette Kim Assistant Professor. Modeling Alternative Futures. Ph. Ed.edu AICP/FAICP (617) 253-7587 ceasar@mit.edu Lorlene Hoyt Associate Professor. Public Participation GIS. Carlo Ratti Associate Professor of the Practice.. (617) 253-1932 rgaken@mit. Educational Technology. Specializations: Urban Economics. Displacement and Resettlement. Transformation of Former Industrial Areas. (617) 258-0461 mflaxman@mit. Harvard (2001). (617) 253-2084 hgm@mit. (617) 252-1685 lfisher@mit. Ph. Chinatowns. Tunney Lee Professor Emeritus. Advanced Media and Design of Public Space.D. Heritage and Cultural Development. Specializations: Urban Design. Land Use. University of Pennsylvania (2001).D. Glasmeier Professor and Department Head. University of Michigan (1954). (617) 253-1671 (617) 253-5196 jlayzer@mit. Financial Contracting.edu (617) 253-6881 krp@mit. MA.D. B. Harvard (1966).. Business Improvement Districts. Local Planning. Ph. Specializations: Urban Design. MIT (1976).edu Associate Professor. Balakrishnan Rajagopal Associate Professor. MIT (1989). Ph. UC-Berkeley. Specializations: Regional Economic Development. MArch AS. University of Wisconsin (1997). Poverty. (617) 324-6565 amyglass@mit.D. Spatial Analysis.D. MIT (1998).D. Arch. Collaborative Environmental Policy Making. Specializations: Transportation.edu David Geltner Professor. Teacher Training. Specializations: Urban and Suburban History.. Specializations: Community Development. SJD.. Eric Klopfer Associate Professor. University of California at Davis (1996).D. Ph. Specializations: Science Education. Specializations: Human Rights.D. MCP. Environmental Planning. Specializations: Real Estate. Planning Education and Pedagogy. Ph.edu Michael Flaxman Assistant Professor.edu Langley Keyes Professor Emeritus.. Cross-Boundary Leadership. Ph. Ph..D. Metropolitan Planning in Developing Countries. Harvey Michaels Lecturer.edu Ezra Haber Glenn (617) 253-2024 Lecturer. Housing Economics.edu (617) 253-2089 flevy@mit.D.edu (617) 253-7926 ratti@mit.

Specializations: Technology and Urban Development. Specializations: Information Technology and Society. University of Pennsylvania (1974). Transportation and Environmental Sustainability. Growth Management Policies and Politics. Arch. Public Housing. Specializations: Urban Design. Visiting Professor. Melvin King Senior Lecturer Emeritus. MIT (2002). Specializations: Environmental Policy. Yale (1958). Ph.edu Lawrence Susskind (617) 253-2026 AICP susskind@mit.ED.edu P. Ph. Specializations: Comparative Politics and Political Development. Columbia University.edu Judith Tendler Professor. Julian Beinart Professor.edu Anne Whiston Spirn Professor. Finance. Informal Economy. Ph.edu Professor.D..edu (617) 253-4373 Page 72 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Technische Hochschule (1985). MIT (1998). Disaster Recovery..D. Public-Sector Performance in Developing Countries. Environmental Regulation. Dev. Public Dispute Resolution. (617) 253-2402 rkg@mit. JD.edu (617) 253-0561 ljvale@mit...edu (617) 452-2813 jt71@mit. USC (1977). Specializations: Urban Transportation. (617) 253-4912 rlocke@mit.Arch. MCP. CUNY (1983).edu (617) 253-7650 mdennis@mit. (617) 452-2602 spirn@mit. M.edu (617) 324-0262 hkarl@mit. Specializations: Economic Development Planning.16th Edition . Specializations: Urban Design and Development. Vale Professor.. Cultural Tourism and Heritage Planning and Development..D. Harvard University.edu (617) 253-1354 mljoroff@mit. MIT (1989). MIT (2005). University of Massachusetts-Amherst (1983). PhD. D.edu (617) 253-3964 seidman@mit.D. Qualitative Methods. MRP. Specializations: Transportation Logistics.edu J. Specializations: Development Planning. (617) 253-2027 scsilber@mit. Specializations: Urban Politics.D. Campus Design and Planning. University of Oregon (1962). Reinhard Goethert Principal Research Associate. Negotiation. Specializations: Community Development and Information Technology. (617) 253-3287 mhking@mit. UCLA (1984). Specializations: Urban Design. University of Chicago.Brent Ryan Assistant Professor. Specializations: Design Politics.. (617) 253-1664 nashford@mit. Ph.. Political Economy. Ph.Phil. Urban Revitalization.. (617) 253-7419 tsszold@mit. Environmental Law and Policy. (617) 253-7918 jbeinart@mit. Specializations: Land Use Planning. (617) 253-0249 tendler@mit.edu Lawrence J. Specializations: Development Planning. Phillip Thompson Associate Professor. Harvard (1962). Specializations: Urban Housing in Developing Countries. Specializations: Architecture and Urban Design. Social Movements.D. Rural Development. Joseph Coughlin Senior Lecturer. B. Specializations: Urban Landscape Planning and Design. MLA. Oxford (1985).Ing. Terry Szold Adjunct Professor. Politics of Development.D.D. Richard Locke Professor.edu (617) 253-3270 sanyal@mit. Labor and Local Economic Development. MCP. Urban Upgrading. History and Theory of City Form.edu Karl Seidman Senior Lecturer. Poverty Reduction. Dr. Landscape History and Theory. M. Herman Karl Co-Director.edu Michael Joroff Senior Lecturer Emeritus. Planning Theory. Growth Management. Specializations: Science and Public Policy. (617) 452-2433 czegras@mit. Boston University (1995). Community Organization. Ph. Columbia (1966).. Landscape Photography.. Industrial Relations.. MIT-USGS Science Impact Collaborative (MUSIC).edu Manuel Castells Susan Silberberg-Robinson Lecturer. Specializations: Real Estate Finance. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Nicholas Ashford Professor. Specializations: Technology and Policy. Ph. (617) 253-4978 coughlin@mit. Tod McGrath Lecturer. University of Paris (1967).D. Race Relations. Neighborhood Commercial Revitalization. PhD. Boston Teacher’s College. MBA.. Ph. MCP. Christopher Zegras Assistant Professor. MPP.edu Michael Dennis Professor. MIT (1973). Ph. Bish Sanyal Professor. MIT (1956).

M. Dean. Transit Management.edu William Wheaton Professor. Specializations: Urban Transport. (617) 253-5046 nhmw@mit. (617) 253-5378 salvucci@mit. Ph. Professor. University of Pennsylvania. (617) 253-1400 wescoat@mit. Ph. (617) 253-8950 piper@mit. University of Pennsylvania (1968).D. Jr. We foster a positive approach to technological innovation as a major force of social change. Ph.D. Specializations: Law and Society.16th Edition | Page 73 .edu Susan Silbey Professor. MIT (1968). Specializations: Urban Development. M. (617) 253-5446 cgwm@mit. Human Resources and Training.Paul Osterman Professor. Jr.D.edu Sam Bass Warner. University of Chicago... Ph. (617) 253-1723 wheaton@mit. Specializations: Transportation Systems. MIT (1975).. Ph. MIT (1970). Specializations: Urban Economics..edu Joseph Sussman Professor. Urban Environments.D. Housing.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .D. MIT (1962). and acknowledge the necessity of government leadership to ensure greater social and economic equality. University of Chicago (1983).... Visiting Professor.D. Harvard (1959). MIT (1976). SM. Boston Politics. Specializations: Urban Transportation Planning. Harvard. M.D.edu Adèle Naudé Santos Professor. Ph. (617) 253-4430 sussman@mit. MCP. (617) 253-4373 Frederick Salvucci Senior Lecturer.edu Nigel Wilson Professor. Senior Research Associate. Specializations: Architecture and Urban Design.. (617) 253-6952 ssilbey@mit.D. (617) 253-4402 ansantos@mit. Landscape Architecture. Ph. Economic Institutions and Growth Policy Analysis.Arch. University of Connecticut. MIT IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE AND YOU CAN TOO At the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP). MS. (617) 253-2667 osterman@mit.. Specializations: Urban Development.edu FYI CAN YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD? Can you design better cities? Can you help places grow sustainably? Can you help communities thrive? Can you help advance equitable world development? Thomas Piper Principal Research Scientist.D. Public Finance. Transportation Policy.. Ph.edu Peter Roth Lecturer. Specializations: Race Relations. Specializations: Urban History. Ph. Specializations: Labor Markets. Specializations: Political Economy. We trust that the built environment can meet the needs of diverse populations and serve as a source of meaning in their daily lives. Our moral vision is translated into professional education in distinct ways: We believe in the abilities of urban and regional institutions to steadily improve the quality of life of citizens. we are committed to positive social change. Public Transport Operation. (617) 253-3377 mpiore@mit. (617) 253-5115 sambass@mit.edu Michael Piore Professor.edu Clarence Williams Adjunct Professor Emeritus. MIT (1986). Real Estate. We emphasize democratic decision-making involving both public and private actors.edu James Wescoat. Arch. Specializations: Water Resources.. Arch.

........6 Other ..................... Madras.0 Not Required iBT: 100 (with 23 for each component) Must hold a Bachelors degree from an accredited institution...........215.................. Transportation Planning......................... BA........... B....January 15........... Sustainable Urban Transport........ (514) 398-4075 david.................. International Development MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: Must hold a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution............................. Economic Development..................................planning@mcgill.. Community Planning... Additional Fees: .............. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 .$100 Can.......... 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Raphaël Fischler..... Travel Behaviour.... Masters Specializations Physical Planning...... GIS Applications.......$15....... Director (514) 398-4075 raphael...........16th Edition .........$180 Can..... PhD................ Environmental Policy and Planning............fischler@mcgill.... Year Initiated: 1974 CIP Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.... Canada H3A2K6 Phone (514) 398-4075 Fax (514) 398-8376 E-mail: admission....elgeneidy@mcgill......66 Thesis.....ca Ahmed El-Geneidy Assistant Professor.... Urban Design.................. Planning in Developing Countries..fischler@mcgill.... UC Berkeley................. GIS Applications in Planning.. Institutions and Governance.. Public Transit Planning and Operations.......................... Specializations: Land Use and Transportation Planning......McGILL UNIVERSITY School of Urban Planning 815 Sherbrooke Street Montreal................. MUP........ International Planning........$3... Urban/ Regional Development..... Specializations: Environmental Policy and Planning...... MS................ Alexandria.................682..........ca MA/MS CIP ACSP Member: CORRESPONDING MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Credits of Core ................... PhD... 2010 In-State Tuition and Fee: .. BAA.......... Sheffield......ca David Brown Associate Professor......Supervised Research Project TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 Origin Citiz.................. Portland State University.... per year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ....Tech.....16 Can.... & non-PR Total Male 20 0 20 Female 24 0 24 Total 44 0 44 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES........... per year Application Fee ................January 15....... $7...... Annual Student Enrollment Applied Masters 180 227 PLANNING FACULTY Accepted Enrolled 39 42 27 21 Madhav Badami Associate Professor..................51 Can.............27 Credits of Studio or Practice Related Courses . Environment and Development............ PhD............. UBC. MRP........ Cornell.....12 Credits of Unrestricted Electives ................ Quebec. Specializations: International Planning....... McGill..... Calgary.......... UC Berkeley...................36 Can.......... 6 units Internship Total Required Credits in Planning Program.............. & perm......................... IIT.. MArch................ca Lisa Bornstein Associate Professor.......-Other/don’t know Non-cit.....15 Credits of Restricted Electives ........ 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ............... Bishop’s...... (514) 398-8741 ahmed...... Environment and Behavior... per year International Tuition and Fees: ............ Exams or final product .brown@mcgill................... res...19 (514) 398-4077 lisa..ca www... School Director Phone (514) 398-4075 E-mail: raphael.... Raphaël Fischler......bornstein@mcgill..............ca (514) 398-3183 madhav.............ca/urbanplanning Dr. MEDes.... PhD.........ca Page 74 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .....524........badami@mcgill...................... Specializations: Environmental Governance.......mcgill........... BSc... 3.525 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ............................

.inrs. Housing.Man.. Queen’s.ca Nik Luka Assistant Professor. Master's students. the Middle East. (514) 847-9259 ray. FYI Montreal is a cosmopolitan city with roots in both French and English culture. and plenty of recreational opportunities. New York. M City Planning. BArch. BS(Arch. India. PhD. Specializations: Urban Design. Specializations: Real-Estate Development. and the School is well-integrated in the local planning world. Development and Spatial Structures. who have varied disciplinary and ethnic/cultural backgrounds. MArch.ca Jane Glenn Professor Emeritus. BA. Strasbourg. Queens. McGill. (514) 499-4070 mario_polese@ucs. It has four universities and many colleges. Southern Africa. University of Hertfordshire. BA.Raphaël Fischler Associate Professor. a downtown that is active 24/7. Land-Use Regulation. Ryerson. Toronto.. Specializations: Metropolitan Governance. David Farley Senior Adjunct Professor. M.D. PhD.mcgill. Eindhoven.ca Mario Polese Senior Adjunct Professor. University of California.. Urban Planning and Policy-Making. Urban and Real-Estate Development. MSc. Laval. PhD. MPA. attractive and safe neighborhoods. It is an exceptional laboratory for urban studies and planning.ca OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Cameron Charlebois Adjunct Professor. Pennsylvania. Environment and Behavior. (514) 398-5925 nik. Harvard. D. MA. (514) 398-4076 raphael. en droit. in Urban Policy. Housing.tomalty@mcgill. participate in local planning through studio courses and individual initiatives. MCP.luka@mcgill. Harvard. Planning and Design) as well as visiting professors and foreign researchers. Waterloo. MIT. Specializations: Land Use Planning Law.). Professors and students are very active in international research. dfarle@po-box. (514) 398-6629 jane. The School also welcomes doctoral students (Ad-Hoc Ph.Eng. McGill. Landscape Planning. PhD. BArch. LLB. Agricultural Land Control. Community Planning. Public Space. D. in particular in China. Land Tenure. Private and Not-for-Profit Management.ca Ray Tomalty Adjunct Professor. History and Theory. Organization Theory. Public.ca ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . McGill. Central America and the Caribbean. Local Finances.fischler@mcgill. Specializations: Urban and Regional Economics.Man. B.16th Edition | Page 75 .glenn@mcgill. Urban Form. Specializations: Growth Management. BA. Berkeley. Specialization: Urban Design. MArch. BAA. Environmental Planning and Policy.

.....edu/geography William H..... Demography.................... MSC............... $26............. Specializations: Globalization and Urbanization...............edu.......... Renwick................................... Land Use/Growth Management. PhD.... Map Interpretation....198 per year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ........... Moi University (1987).....edu Ian Yeboah UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..... International Planning.................. Thesis............MIAMI UNIVERSITY Urban and Regional Planning 216 Shideler Hall Oxford.................... University of Arizona (1998) Specializations: Remote Sensing. Ohio 45056 Phone (513) 529-5010 Fax (513) 529-1948 E-mail: geography@muohio.......muohio.........edu www..muohio. PhD..... Syracuse University (2001) Specializations: Public Space........ (513) 529-5017 greenje@muohio........ Global Development and Poverty http://www.................. University of Chicago (1970). 0 Hours of Restricted Elective ....users............... 0 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................ AB.edu Year Initiated: 1976 Degrees Granted through 6/30/10.. Ph...23 Jerry Green Associate Professor..... 28 Hours of Elective ....edu FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Ohio Resident Scholarship Ohio Leader Scholarship Page 76 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...... MA...................... http://www.edu Marcia England Assistant Professor...........edu BA/BS ACSP Member: FULL PLANNING FACULTY James M.... the Politics of Representations..........................988 per year Application Fee: ........... University of Calgary (1988)....................... None OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Bruce D'Arcus Associate Professor......... MA..... Specializations: Access to Public Space........... University of Colorado (1997)...... MS......... University of Calgary (1994)..........310 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 6/30/10 . GIS.edu PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES. Rubenstein.......... Pennsylvania State (1992).... Cultural Politics.......................... BS. University of Washington (1998). Regionalism...................Varies In-State Tuition and Fees: ... PhD.....D.... BA..............edu David Prytherch Associate Professor....... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 .... Not required Professor.....$50 Additional Fee: .. PhD............... Kent State (1963)............ MSc.......... University of Arizona (1992)....Varies Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .edu UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA in Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail James M................. University of North Carolina (1976) Specializations: Land Use Capability Analysis... Johns Hopkins University (1975) Specializations: Community Development........ Professor (513) 529-5025 rubensjm@muohio...................edu Undergraduate Specializations Computers/GIS......edu/darcusb/ (513) 529-1521 darcusb@muohio..................... BS...edu/geography (513) 529-5025 rubensjm@muohio.... www..... Land Use Law (513) 529-9284 prythedl@muohio....... MRP............................. 12 Hours of Concentration Area ....... and the Socio-Spatial Regulation of Marginalized Persons (513) 529-5023 m.................... Exams or Final Product ...... (513) 529-5024 maingijk@muohio.... Ph..yeboahie (513) 529-5013 yeboahie@muohio.........................................................16th Edition ......... University of Washington (2002)......................... Community Development International Development...................... University of Arizona (2003)................. Natural Resources..... Ph.............. Rural/Small Town Planning UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: No Requirements Minimum GPA: No Requirements Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: No Requirements John Maingi Associate Professor.. Globalization and Population Movements... Aerial Photo Interpretation...... University of Arizona (1999)........ University of Kansas (2006)....england@muohio.......muohio...... The London School of Economics and Political Science (1971)..... 40 Total Required Hours to graduate from University ...... Department Chair Phone (513) 529-5010 E-mail: geography@muohio....... University of Science & Technology (1982). University of California (1994)........ BA........................ BA.$12.............. International Development and Planning..D................. MA..... Specializations: Globalization......muohio.....users..... Rubenstein Professor.....D.................... BS................... University of North Carolina (1967)..

.......................................... Robin Rennie............. Advisor (517) 353-0862 hanjong@msu................................................... 21 Other ........00 per semester based on 16 credits Application Fee: .... October 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 ....................... $9..................... $35 Additional Fees: ............................................................ Plan A Thesis or Plan B Research Paper FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 5 scholarships/fellowships Possible assistantships Eligibility Criteria: Determined on merit.......... eligibility based on merit.......... 8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............February 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: .................00 per semester based on 16 credits Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .................. $15.................... 51 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University . 237 Not Required Bachelor’s Degree Basic Statistics Undergraduate MURP MURP/JD MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Ms..................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-2012 .......................$50 Additional Fees: ............................. Michigan 48824-1030 Phone (517) 432-3393 Fax (517) 432-3772 E-mail: spdc@msu................................................................. 69 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............... 80 UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Suggested: Adv.................... Director E-mail: witter@msu............. None Year Initiated: 1946 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/15/10........................................................ 550...............................................edu Scott G...............................................................................................75 per semester based on 9 credits Application Fee: .................................edu PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES..16th Edition | Page 77 .......................................................................... 48 Exam... statistics & computer skills Minimum GPA: Depends on pool of applicants Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Depends on pool of applicants ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .....................417... $4.................................. Year Initiated:1946 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/15/10.................................................. March 1.................................................................390 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 5/15/10 .......................msu...................................MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY School of Planning Design & Construction Urban and Regional Planning Program East Lansing........00 per semester based on 9 credits Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .......Thesis or Final Product: ..........................$5..0 recommended Required 92/93.......................spdc............edu Hours of Core/Studio Courses ....................19 Masters Specializations Land Use Planning Community & Economic Development MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 ----98 96 46 4 4 18 126 15 7 0 University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Departmental Recommendation Bachelor’s Degree 3...................................................................................................................................... MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Ms..................................edu http://www. 120 Thesis or Final Product ............... composition. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-2012 ...............................edu BA/BS PAB MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core/Studio Courses ....................................974..........12 Research Component ...................................... Recommended FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 5 Undergraduate scholarships........................................February 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: . Advisor (517) 884-2502 rennier@msu............. english................ algebra.. Jonglim Han Yoo............................ August 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 ........... Witter.................. Not required Internship ................None GRADUATE DEADLINES.................803................................. 30 Hours of Cognates/Guided Electives .......... 978 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 5/15/10 ................28 Hours of Concentrated Area ..................

.............edu Peilei Fan Assistant Professor.. University of Washington................ University of Michigan. Machemer Associate Professor. Michigan State University. Specializations: Growth Management....... Urbanization in Asia.edu AICP Zenia Z.. University of Cincinnati....R......... Specializations: Community and Economic Development... MRP.... JOINT MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core/Studio Courses ............... Specializations: Transportaiton Planning and Policy. Kotval Professor..... Advisor (517) 884-2502 rennier@msu...msu.....edu René C... MA..... MA. Nanjing University.. Academy of Architecture.. PhD..1 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 5/15/10 .............edu *Do not double count Hispanics.. China. no minimum stated. University of Washington.. BS....... PhD..JOINT MASTERS OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING AND JD Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Ms... Transportation Planning...... MCRP. Industrial Development/Redevelopment Policy.............. Bolivia...... University of Massachusetts.16th Edition ...................... Michigan State University. http://www. PhD...... (517) 432-6517 fanpeile@msu.. (517) 353-9362 kotval@msu..edu AICP Roger E.. Specializations: High Tech Industrialization.. University of Cincinnati... Massachusetts Institute of Technology.. MS... Land Use... PhD Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Year Initiated: 2004 Not Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/15/10.....Ing..................27 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .... University of Michigan. Sustainable Citites and Regions (517) 432-8085 kassens@msu... International Planning and Development. PhD........... and Spatial Analysis JOINT MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree 3..... (517) 353-3184 hinojosa@msu.......... Hamlin Professor..... Hamilton College....... Neighborhood Development. AB.... Syracuse University. Specializations: International Development.... BS............ University of Cincinnati. CE................ Robin Rennie.. BA... MS..... Massachusetts Institute of Technology...... (517) 353-8743 hamlin@msu...... Dipl....48 Exam... Public Policy Analysis................. Syracuse University.. Specializations: Local Economic Development...... Michigan State University...edu Eva Kassens TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens/Perm....... MA... 237 Not Required LSAT and undergraduate GPA are both considered... University of Karlsruhe (Germany).. Specializations: Research and Evaluation Methods. University of Michigan........edu/unit......cua (517) 353-9555 lamore@msu..... PhD.. Rutgers University..... University of Cincinnati. MCP.....0 (517) 432-4750 corey@msu.. Residents Total Students Male 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 1 9 Female 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 6 9 Total 0 8 1 2 0 0 0 7 18 Assistant Professor...... Land Use......83 Hours of Restricted Electives ..... Technical University of Oruro.......... University of Michigan.........edu Rex L..0 Research Component . University of MA-Amherst.. Participatory Design Process.0 Recommended Required 92/93....... Corey AICP Professor.. (517) 353-9047 machemer@msu..... Economic Development.... PhD... Real Estate Development. Specializations: Fiscal/Regional Planning. PhD...... 8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .... LaMore Sr.... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..edu PLANNING FACULTY Kenneth E.Thesis or Final Product: .edu Patricia L.... Hinojosa Professor... Specialist.......... MS........ P.... Page 78 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...... India.. Plan A Thesis or Plan B Research Paper. MRP....... BA. BS.. Regional Analysis..... residents Hispanics of any race White African-American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other Non-US Citizens/Non Perm...... Digital Communities...... Amherst.......

MS. Specializations: Community and Neighborhood Development. Educational Psychology. Lansing.org (517) 353-9056 wilsonmm@msu. PhD. University of Wisconsin-Madison. and Pontiac. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. University of Wisconsin-Madison. University of California. East Carolina University. Psychology. Northwestern University. Department of Geography..Com. Michigan State University. (517) 353-9555 melcher@msu. founded in 1946. Graduates of the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs are scattered throughout the U. BA. Urban and Environmental Geography vojnovic@msu. BS. Specializations: Urban and Regional Technology Planning. BS. PhD Toronto University.mark-wilson. M. BS. Good ties with area state government and local planning agencies lead to a number of excellent internship placements for students. Berkeley. University of Pennsylvania. (517) 353-9144 schweit1@msu. Specializations: Land Use Planning. PhD. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. students carry out real-world planning research for a range of small towns and cities. Australia. Community Development.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .Pl. Urban Form and Land Use. offering a large network of alumni and potential job contacts. PhD. University of Melbourne. Urban Design. Flint. MCP. (Canada).A. Land Management.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Carl Goldschmidt FAICP Professor Emeritus. BCom.edu John Schweitzer Professor. JD. FYI The MSU Planning Program. Fordham University. Berkeley.. Psychology.edu Mark I. York University. International Applications. Specializations: Metro Environments. Urban School Reform.S. Non-Profit Organizations and Management http://www. has the oldest urban planning undergraduate degree program in the nation. Michigan State University. Specializations: Urban Residential Neighborhoods.edu AICP Eric J. Planning Process Theory. Michigan. University of Pennsylvania. John E. Local Governance. MA. MA. Wilson Professor. Michigan State University. (517) 353-0677 normanh@msu. MA. Strauss Professor.Herbert P. Through Urban Planning Partnerships. PhD. M. BS. Grand Rapids. Planning Law. University of Pittsburgh. Environmental Management. Norman. These cities include Detroit. University of California.edu Igor Z. Economic Development. PhD. which is the outreach unit located within the Program. MSU. AM. B. Specializations: Urban and Rural Land Use Planning. Economic Development. Vojnovic Adjunct Associate Professor. Toronto University.16th Edition | Page 79 .Sc. Specialist/Instructor. Melcher Specialist. Jr. University of Melbourne. East Carolina University. Michigan State University. (517) 353-8715 strausse@msu.

........................................... $268 per credit Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .............................mnsu.........edu http://sbs..edu GRADUATE DEADLINES............................................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ........ 21 Hours of Studio Courses ....................................................................................................................... None MASTERS DEGREE MA in Urban Studies Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Anthony J........... Priority April 1 Financial Aid Deadline ...................edu MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .... $538 per credit Application Fee: ........................................... written studio project with public press conference Year Initiated:1968 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09........................... Graduate Coordinator (507) 389-1714 tony@mnsu...............................................................................................36 Exam...................................... $346 per credit Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ........424 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ................................................. None Year Initiated: 1966 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09....Priority March 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: .............................................................................................................Priority April 1 Financial Aid Deadline ..........................................................................................................2 Masters Specializations Economic Development Local Government Management Certificate Planning Certificate Annual Student Enrollment Enrolled 07/08 08/09 09/10 Undergraduate MA MAUP 49 6 20 46 9 25 65 10 26 MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 3.................................................................................................................................................. 128 Thesis or Final Product .......................... Minnesota 56001 Phone (507) 389-1714 Fax (507) 389-6377 E-mail: ursi@mnsu.......... MANKATO Urban and Regional Studies Institute 106 Morris Hall Mankato........................................................MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY............................................................................................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline ....... 0 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ..... Department Chair (507) 389-5035 E-mail: tony@mnsu......... $548 per credit Application Fee: ................................................................ 0 Hours of Restricted Elective ........................................................................ 33 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ......... Priority March 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: ...........0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................... Filipovitch.............................. 9 Specialization: Nonprofit Leadership Economic Development Page 80 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .......................................... 351 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..............edu BS MA ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: No Requirements Minimum GPA: Above 50% class standing Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: 21 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ....................... $20 Additional Fees: ............................................ Written comprehensive exam..................Thesis or Final Product: .............24 Internship .....................................................................9 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses . Chair (507) 389-1714 tony@mnsu............................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline .............................................................. 3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .......................... 12 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ...........0 No Requirements 500 (173 computer) Not Required Urban Studies Undergrad or equivalent UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA in Urban and Regional Studies Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Anthony J.$40 Additional Fees: ........ Not required PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES..................................................................edu/ursi/ Anthony Filipovitch................................................. Filipovitch....................................................................16th Edition ................................................................................................................................................

... Graduate Coordinator (507) 389-1714 tony@mnsu.......... Ryerson University.....porter@mnsu... University of Minnesota......36 Exam............ DPA. Transportation Planning........ Civic Management........... Specializations: Nonprofit Leadership........ West Chester University............. Hamline University...... BS....edu/cherrington African American 2 1 3 (507) 389-5031 janet................................ Portland State University..... Filipovitch..... GIS.... MA and BS............ University of Waterloo.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Anthony J.................. PhD... Minnesota State University......MA in Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Anthony J. Michigan State University...Written comprehensive exam...... Planning Process.mnsu.. MCRP....12 (507) 389-5030 raymond....edu Janet Cherrington-Cucore Professor..........edu Miriam Porter Asian American 0 0 0 Associate Professor............... Specializations: Urban Management......... Specializations: Local Government Management............. Hamline University.. Children in the City. MS and BA...... (507) 389-1715 beth................. Historic Preservation.................... Strategic Planning........ Analytical Methods.. Urban Finance. DPA...edu MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 3... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .. Specializations: Housing Policy. MA...... Community Development........0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ....mnsu..... Mankato State University. MSc.... http://krypton......edu/~tony TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 Male White 13 Female 6 Total 19 (507) 389-5035 tony@mnsu...6 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...... written studio report with public press conference...... Rutgers University.. BA........................... Duquesne University. PhD.. (507) 389-1540 david. MA..... BAA...........edu PLANNING FACULTY Raymond Asomani-Boateng Associate Professor..... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below....Thesis or Final Product: ................wielde@mnsu.... http://mavdisk.24 Internship ...mnsu...0 Not required 500 (173 computer) Not Required Urban studies undergraduate or equivalent David Laverny-Rafter AICP Professor.. University of Delaware.asomani-boateng@mnsu..... Specializations: Environmental Planning... Southern Illinois University. Year Initiated:1990 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09......edu/wieldb MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..edu Non-US Citizens 4 3 7 Total Students 22 11 33 *Do not double count Hispanics. Human Resource Management.......16th Edition | Page 81 . Mankato..........3 Hours of Restricted Electives ....... University of Wisconsin-Madison. 3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ...... MA. Filipovitch Professor.. PhD.cherrington@mnsu............... http://www..........115 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 .... Design.................. Program Evaluation. Specializations: Urban Aesthetic. University of Michigan........laverny-rafter@mnsu................edu Beth Wielde Heidelberg Associate Professor...................intech........... BA.. Other/Don’t know 3 1 4 (507) 389-5032 miriam. PhD.................. University of Waterloo.......

...edu Rajinder Jutla Associate Professor................................edu Tom Plymate........................... Department Head E-mail: tomplymate@missouristate.. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (1995) Specializations: Urban Design.... Planning History. Kansas State University......missouristate.......... MS.......................... http://geosciences............ PhD................ MS.............. Planning Theory........................ Specializations: Planning Law.....edu Paul Rollinson Professor..... PhD....................... Southern Illinois University (1974) Specializations: Comprehensive Planning.. Specializations: GIS Page 82 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .......... Quantitative Methods.......... Geology and Planning 901South National Avenue Springfield......edu AICP Annual Student Enrollment Applied Undergraduate Diane May Accepted Enrolled 40 40 04/05 05/06 04/05 05/06 05/08 05/10 N/A N/A N/A N/A Assistant Professor...................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 ........... Transportation................. MS................................. Community Development Year Initiated: 1988 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10......... Specializations: Transportation.................................................. Bob Hosmer UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: University Requirements Minimum GPA: University Requirements Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: University Requirements AICP Adjunct.................missouristate.... Missouri State University... 48 Hours of Studio Courses ................No PLANNING FACULTY Dimitri Ioannides Professor....... JD..... MA Arizona State University(2008)....... San Marcos.......................edu Specialization: Community and Regional Planning Tourism Planning and Development OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Neil Guion Adjunct..edu BA/BS PAB ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ....... Kansas State University...................... Planning History........ Specializations: Growth Management.16 (417) 836-3137 jsowers@missouristate.missouristate.htm (417) 836-5298 rajinderjutla@missouristate.edu Jacob Sowers Assistant Professor................................ University of Illinois-Urbana (1988) Specializations: Housing......................... University of Virginia Law School..........128 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .................. July 20 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 ...Up to $348 (417) 836-5318 dioannides@missouristate............................ 125 Thesis or Final Product ................. PhD..... http://geosciences....................................... Frank Miller Adjunct............. Sustainable Development..edu/Ioannides......missouristate............... Specializations: Energy. $372 per credit hour Application Fee ........................... Missouri 65897 Phone (417) 836-5800 Fax (417) 836-6006 http://geosciences...$35 Student Service Fees ....... http://people....... Social Planning...............missouristate. Director (417) 836-5688 paulrollinson@missouristate....................edu/PaulRollinson/ (417) 836-5688 paulrollinson@missouristate..edu AICP UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Paul Rollinson........................edu/may........... Citizen Participation...D............. Homelessness...... July 20 In-State Tuition and Fees: ...... $186 per credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .htm PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES... AICP Xiaomin Qiu Assistant Professor................. 3 Hours of Elective .. PhD candidate........................... 19 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ........................................... Rutgers University (1994) Specializations: Tourism Planning and Development.edu/jutla.htm (417) 836-6900 dianemay@missouristate.. http://geosciences. Texas State University.... 70 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ....16th Edition ................................ Ph.......MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Geography........

.............0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................October 1 for Spring In-State Tuition and Fees . Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...................................................................16th Edition | Page 83 .......S....... $0 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Assistantships.. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program ........ Maryland 21251 Phone (443) 885-3225 Fax (443) 885-8233 http://morgan.............257 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ...................................... Fellowships.sen@morgan..................February 1 for Fall ................. Chairperson Phone: (443) 885-1864 E-mail: siddhartha..4 Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Masters Specializations Generalist Option..............................................html University Admission Policy: MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3.........................Optional Total Required Hours in Planning Program .................................. Montebello D103 Baltimore........MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Department of City and Regional Planning School of Architecture of Planning 2201 Argonne Drive................ Community and Economic Development Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics.......sen@morgan.5/ for conditional) Not Required Required Not Required No Requirements Siddhartha Sen........................................................48 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES.... Transportation and Infrastructure Planning................................................................... Urban Design and Sustainability................................................18 Thesis ...............$383/credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.......NA Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program............................. Scholarships and Tuition awards are available Eligibility Criteria .........................................30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..........................................0 (2....................... Competitive TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U................edu MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........................................edu Year Initiated: 1970..........6 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10..edu/School_of_Architecture_and_Planning........................................................................................................................................................ ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .....$680/credit hour International Tuition and Fees .................. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Male 1 5 26 0 0 0 0 0 32 Female 1 3 14 0 1 0 0 2 21 Total 2 8 40 0 1 0 0 2 53 Annual Student Enrollment Applied 4/05/086/06/10 Accepted 4/05/086/06/10 Enrolled 4/05/086/06/10 Masters 32 29 31 31 29 31 46 47 53 MASTERS DEGREE Master of City and Regional Planning Contact: Phone: E-mail: Siddhartha Sen (443) 885-1846 siddhartha..................................................$680/credit hour Application Fees ...................................................................................

Urban Design.Arch.D. Hunter College of the City University of New York. The program teaches practical professional applications using Baltimore region as a model.A. Ph. Bachelor of Social Sciences (Economics).. University of Hong Kong. those candidates who may not meet the criteria for conditional or unconditional admission). SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING Paul Walker Clarke.campo@morgan. Ph. Municipal Finance Anita Pandey. B. U.sen@morgan. Municipal Finance and Budgeting.A. Ph.. Architectural History.K.. MS. Housing.D. A. Ph. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Linda Loubert. Specializations: Urban Design.. Real Estate Development Page 84 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .D. Local Economic Development.. Ph.D. Specializations: Human Settlement and Transitive Landscape ASLA SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Monsoureh Jeihani. Specializations: International Economic Development.0.D. Ph. Urban Design and Physical Planning.D. University of Pennsylvania. Arch.Akers@morgan. JD. Ph. University of Hong Kong. Cultural Geography.D. Social Science-Urban Planning and Community Organization.PLANNING FACULTY Mary Anne Alabanza Akers. Economics and South Asian Regional Studies. and maturity are also considered for the selection of non-degree students (i.D.edu Paul Voos Siddhartha Sen. Historic. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Assistant Professor. Ph. Community Planning and Development.. B. Infrastructure and Environmental Systems. Transportation Modeling Sidney Wong. AICP.A.edu Young-Jae Lee. Environmental Justice Joyce Ann Pressley. and Rural Development. Specializations: Technical Writing (443) 885-3208 sidney. Housing and Community Development. Community Design and Planning Ruth Connell Suzanne Frasier Specializations: Urban Design AIA Specializations: Sustainability. Community Development and Information Systems. Ph. Ph. Sociology University of Philippines. Specializations: Land Use Law. Community-based Economic Development. Ph.D.D.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY ADJUNCT Jeffrey C. Howard University.edu Daniel Campo. PE INSTITUTE FOR URBAN RESEARCH Herschelle Reed-Morris.. It is the first HBCU program accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board. interest. Non-degree students may apply for a degree program upon the completion of minimum 12 graduate credits with a cumulative GPA of 3. Planning History and Theory. Glenn Smith Specializations: Urban Design and Landscape Morphology ASLA Sanjit Roy Specializations: Urban Design (443) 885-1860 joyce. Assistant Professor: B. University of Pennsylvania. Diane Jones Specializations: Environmental Justice. Assistant Professor. M. The program is offered in the evening to meet the need of working students.wong@morgan. University of Pennsylvania. Parks and Open Space Planning.... Landscape/Site Design (443) 885-3514 daniel. Housing & Community Development. Design Theory.D. Georgia Tech. M.0. Preservation AIA (443) 885-4457 MaryAnne. Fiscal Impact Analysis. Historic Preservation. Community Design. Historic Preservation. Ph. and Sustainable Practices. Ph. University of California Berkeley. Work experience. Land Use. AIA Specializations: Urban Design. Regional Planning. Transportaiton Planning ASLA Richard E. Specializations: International Planning. Rensselaer.16th Edition . University of Kolkata. Land Use Modeling (443) 885-1864 siddhartha. Specializations: Urban Design. Specializations: International Development and Planning. City and Regional Planning. Race and Ethnicity. Planning History. Lloyd. Community Participation. Methods. M. Michigan State University.D. Master of Social Sciences in Urban Studies. Comparative International Development. Morgan State College. Specializations: Transportation in Developing Nations. Specializations: Transportation Planning. J. MCP. Specializations: GIS. AICP Professor and Dean. Town Planning.pressley@morgan. Regional Planning.University of Philippines.e. City and Regional Planning. Planning Theory and Practice. State University of New York at Binghamton MUP. Professor and Chairperson.D. Ph. Applicants admitted as non-degree students may enroll in maximum of eight credits a semester for a maximum of five years and must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.A.D. Springer Specializations: Transportation Planning FYI The program is the oldest planning program at a Historically Black College/University (HBCU). City and Regional Planning. Ph.D. Instructor: B. Art Expression. Specializations: Planning Methods. Transportation Planning and Policy.edu Barabara Mobarak Specializations: Community Planning and Design. Urban and Regional Planning. University of Wales.D. B. University of Pennsylvania. motivation.A.

D......... January 15 PhD (only).............. (Ph.... ACSP Member: AFFILIATE GRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from a regionally accredited institution 3................................... None (Optional health insurance plan) PROGRAM SIZE—NUMBER OF STUDENTS REGISTERED IN FALL TERM YEAR FULLTIME PART TIME TOTAL MINORITY FEMALE Fall 2009 126 50 176 60 122 Fall Student Enrollment... Economic and Workforce Development.................... Development.................. N/A (212) 229-5400 x1615 wbalinsk@newschool...... Urban Politics...................... Social Policy............. February 15 all other ...........edu Peter Eisinger Henry Cohen Professor........... 15 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..... (MBA..........edu MS...............THE NEW SCHOOL Milano the New School for Management and Urban Policy Program in Urban Policy Analysis and Management 72 Fifth Avenue............ PhD.............255 per credit Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: (Master’s) .......edu/milano Alex Schwartz.. $1......................... ............................. $N/A per credit Application Fee ........... 1108 milanoadmissions@newschool........ Leadership and Change............. October 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .....D................ $1..........$50 Additional Fees ............. Required PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES..... University of Pennsylvania).......................D...255 per credit In-State Tuition and Fees: (PhD) .. International Development.......... Economic Development.......... N/A Degrees Granted from 9/1/03 to 8/31/06 ................. Specializations: Poverty Policy...... 1415 E-mail: Schwartz@Newschool.............................. Case Western Reserve University)................... Environmental Sustainability.................. Masters Fall 2008 83 46 129 68 88 Fall 09 Fall 08 Applied 168 146 Accepted 148 138 Enrolled 61 52 PLANNING FACULTY Charles Allison Associate Professor of Professional Practice.................... Spring Semester... Specializations: Education Policy..... (Ph....edu Warren Balinsky Associate Professor........ 27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........ (212) 229-5400 x1412 gersh@newschool............................ None (March 1 suggested for Fall Semester..... Finance. $1........... Health Policy and Management.. (Ph.................................edu (212) 229-5400 x 1617 allisonc@newschool.. Specializations: Finance.... Harvard University)....edu Alec Ian Gershberg Associate Professor... 42 Exam................................October 1 for Spring Semester In-State Tuition and Fees: (Master’s) . 9 Hours of Restricted Electives .................. Yale).................edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .... NY 10025 Phone: 212-229-5400 Fax: 212-229-5404 www............................... Specializations: Home Health Care and the Applications of Planning....Thesis or Final Product .......................................................... Chair Phone: (212)229-5400........ programs...................... ext.......................................... Masters Specializations Community Development Finance.... Housing and Community Development.................0 Not Required At least 600 (paper-based)/at least 100 (Internet based) Not Required No Requirements GRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ...... Public Finance................................ Year Initiated: 1971 Degrees Granted through 8/31/06..... New York........ 0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..........255 per credit Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: (PhD).. and Research to Health Services Management and Policy............ Politics and Advocacy Social Entrepreneurship.... Strategic Human Resource Management.newschool. Alternative Energy Sources GRADUATE DEGREE Masters of Science in Urban Policy Analysis and Management Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Merida Escandon Director of Admissions (212) 229-5630 ext..... Sustainability Management (212) 229-5400 x1516 eisingep@newschool............16th Edition | Page 85 ............... TUITION AND FEES Admissions Deadline 2009-10 .......... Marketing.......... Global Management and Policy...

Berkeley). Specializations: Public Management. Performance Measures.edu David Howell Professor. Immigration. (Ph. (212) 229-5400 meltzerr@newschool.D. Poverty.D.edu Lisa J. (212) 229-5400 x1514 hamiltod@newschool. Specializations: Housing and Community Development. (212) 229-5400 x1618 servonl@newschool. Bryna Sanger Professor. Specializations: Economic Development. Specializations: Microfinance. (Ph.. (212) 229-5400 x1411 sanger@newschool. Racial Disparities. (212) 229-5400 x 1201 grahaml@newschool. Specializations: Labor Economics.. Participatory Plamning. (Ph.. (212) 229-5400 x1416 howell@newschool. Quantitative Methods. (Ph. Community and Economic Development. Social Policy. Inequality.16th Edition .D.D.. Social Policy. University of North Carolina). Policy Analysis. Housing..D.Leigh Taylor Graham Visiting Assistant Professor.D. (Ph. New York University). Rutgers University). New School for Social Research). University of California.D. x1415 Schwartz@newschool.. Comparative Social Policy. Specializations: Econometrics.edu Darrick Hamilton Assistant Professor.edu M. Specializations: Community Development. (Ph. Servon Associate Professor. (Ph. (212) 229-5400.edu Alex Schwartz Associate Professor and Chair Policy Programs.edu Rachel Meltzer Assistant Professor. Massachussetts Institute of Technology).. Brandeis University).edu Page 86 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .

.................................................................... Graduate Program & Admissions Coordinator (as of 11/1/99) Phone (973)-642-7576 Fax 973-596-3073 E-mail: little@adm........................................532/semester Application Fee ...........N/A PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINE..............1/15/11 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12.........njit...NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY College of Architecture and Design University Heights Newark NJ 07102 http://architecture.... Thesis or Final Product: .................$125/semester Health Insurance Fee ...................8 Georgeen Theodore.......36 Exam..... Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 Masters Doctoral 20 31 19 26 12 13 10 10 5 5 7 8 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009 ..........................edu MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: Affiliate MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree 3.......................429/semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees (2010-11)........................... Environmental Sustainability.............$180/semester FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Varies: Annual appointments of about 3 Graduate Assistantships...................... AIA..Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 7 Female 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 3 7 Total 0 4 0 0 4 0 1 5 14 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Infrastructure Planning http://architecture.N/A Total Required Hours in Planning Program ................ Students not sufficiently experienced in design will be required to take a design bridge course prior to enrolling in studios......................theodore@njit.......................................edu/academics/graduate/mip-site/ Contact Person: Phone: Email: Year Initiated: 1996 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.........................12 Thesis/Professional Project ......1/15/11 In-State Tuition and Fees (2010-11)..........................................2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.......85 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .njit..........................12 Hours of Restricted Electives ..... MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ................................ History/Theory................................................................... Construction Management *Do not double count Hispanics...... Director (973) 596-3095 georgeen........ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12.............................edu Masters Specializations: Design/Visualization..................................................................................................................$11............................0 No Minimum 80 CPT Not Required Portfolio and three (3) letters of recommendation...............$8................................16th Edition | Page 87 ..............njit..........................................................edu/ Frederick Little....... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...................$75 International Student Fee .... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below........N/A Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .......... Transportation..........................................

.Permanent Residents Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics......... Harvard University........ http://www...5 Karen Franck.12 Thesis/Professional Project ........edu/news/experts/franck... Urban Educational Policy DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Graduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Graduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Master Degree 3............... Land Use Planning...... http://www........theodore@njit....edu AICP/PP Thomas Dallessio Adjunct Professor.......72 Exam... M....24 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ...DOCTORAL DEGREE Doctoral Program in Urban Systems http://architecture....... Alternative Housing.... Specializations: Urban Systems............... Urban Design...php (973) 596-5574 sollohub@njit........leadershipnj.......... http://www.......org ...............16th Edition tom@leadershipnj. Darius Sollohub Associate Professor... Community Planning....franck@njit..edu/academics/graduate/phd-urbansystems. Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non..... MA and MCRP. Dissertation PLANNING FACULTY Karen Franck Professor..........njit........ Urban Public Space.....edu/news/experts/sollohub....... Infrastructure Planning.njit.............. three (3) letters of recommendation and official transcripts of all prior academic work....11 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ....... Infrastructure Planning.........edu AIA Georgeen Theodore Assistant Professor..........html (609) 802-0880 Page 88 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ... DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .... Community Planning.............. Columbia University...... Specializations: Executive Director.24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ................ Rutgers University......org/index.......................... Visualizing Infrastructure........edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009 .php (973) 596-3095 georgeen........... Leadership New Jersey........ 0 Hours of Restricted Electives .......edu/news/experts/theodore....php (973) 596-3092 karen..... php Contact Person: Phone: Email: Year Initiated: 2001 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.......Arch........... Interview optional at the discretion of the Director... PhD........a............... Thesis or Final Product: ....................... MAUD..12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .............a............ Specializations: Urban Design............ Program Director (973) 596-3092 karen............. Specializations: Infrastructure Planning.njit........franck@njit........njit.. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..... PhD..........edu AIA DOCTORAL FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Varies: Limited number of full assistantships........ City University of New York.............. Urban Environment Studies................. Contemporary Urbanism....................... Sustainable Transportation.2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Male 1 2 1 0 3 0 1 4 12 Female 0 10 3 0 1 0 4 4 22 Total 1 12 4 0 4 0 5 8 34 Doctoral Specializations: Urban Health Systems........ http://www.................5 No Minimum 80 CPT Not Required Written statement of purpose........

html#more (212) 253-2727 Ext.edu/facultystaff/chien/index. Network Simulations.edu Rachel Liu Associate Professor.rpa. Urban History. Rutgers) (917) 518-0711 hutchinson@dwh advisors . Texas A&M University. Project Management. Specializations: Geographical Information Systems. MS Urban Policy Analysis and Management.16th Edition | Page 89 .edu Maurie Cohen Associate Professor of Environmental Policy and Sustainability. Public and Private Finance.njit. http://civil. http://www. Specializations: Travel Behavior. Specializations: Infrastructure. Urban Planning. Urban Systems Engineering.njit. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.chien@njit.edu/people/cohen. MS. PhD. Specializations: Infrastructure Planning. Sociotechnical Transition Management. Transit-Oriented Development http://www. Specializations: Sustainable Consumption. University of South Florida. New Jersey Institute of Technology.njit. Historic Preservation. MS and PhD.org/2007/10/alex-marshall.edu/people/liu. Transportation Systems. Columbia University.com Alex Marshall Adjunct Professor. MBA. Form Based Zoning. Building Economics.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .org/2007/10/l-nicolas-ronderos.njit. Political Economy. Mass Transportation Systems. The New School University.org Nicolas Ronderos Adjunct Professor. PhD. Public Policy. Traffic Safety.php (973) 596-5281 mcohen@adm. Journalism.liu@njit.edu/people/daniel. PhD. Urban Freight Movement. http://transportation. http://civil.html (212)-229-9392 alex@rpa. 318 nicolas@rpa.php (973) 642-4794 daniel@njit.php (973) 596-5884 rongfang.jy. Sustainable Mobility. Renewable Energy FYI Joint or Concurrent Degree Programs: MIP(NJIT) and MCRP (Bloustein School. Intermodal Transportation Planning. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. University of Pennsylvania. Congestion Strategies. Specializations: Simulation Modeling.org OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Steven Chien Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering.rpa. MIP MS Environmental Policy.Robert Hutchinson AICP Adjunct Professor. City University of New York.njit. University of Maryland. Specializations: Transportation Planning.htm (973) 596-6083 i. Sustainable Technologies.edu Janice Daniel Associate Professor. http://chemistry.

. Page 90 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ......................... Infrastructure & Transportation Planning........................................ $954/$70 per credit (Subject to change) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees........................ $954/$70 per credit (Subject to change) Application Fee .....315 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2009 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Male 3 22 1 0 3 0 26 8 63 Female 2 21 3 0 6 3 28 6 69 Total 5 43 4 0 9 3 54 14 132 Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 Masters 270 301 186 160 60 59 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: Email: Year Initiated: 1960 Ingrid Ellen....................... Fall 2011: May 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 ............... Spring 2011: October 15.................................ellen@nyu......................................16th Edition ........... MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Credit Hours of Core .... ................ .......39 Non-US Citizens Non............edu MA/MS PAB University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement: ACSP Member: Full MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS None.................ellen@nyu.......................36 Credit Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .......360................. Fall 2011: January 5 In-State Tuition and Fees: ...........20 End Event Credit Hours .....NEW YORK UNIVERSITY Urban Planning Program Robert F....................................................edu/wagner Ingrid Gould Ellen...............nyu.... Chair (212) 998-7533 ingrid............................... 3...................Permanent Residents Total Students Masters Specializations: Environment..... 250 (Computer-based)............................840................................... International Urban Planning *Do not double count Hispanics..........................60 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINE........... 600 (Paper-based). New York 10012-9604 Phone (212) 998-7400 Fax (212) 995-4165 http://www...........1238 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ........ Personal Expenses: $4......edu Other / Don’t know PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09......... Second Floor New York...$80 Estimated Additional Costs: .......... Wagner Graduate School of Public Service 295 Lafayette Street....Transportation: $800....4 Total Required Credit Hours in Planning Program ..... None..... Spring 2011: September 15........................................... Department Chair E-mail: ingrid...............0 (Recommended) Not Required........ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 .....0 Credit Hours of Unrestricted Electives....................... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below....0 Credit Hours of Restricted Electives ............... 100 (Internet-based). Books: $950..........................Room/board: $21.............. Economic Development & Housing.......................... Health Insurance: $1...........

BPA. Georgetown University (1978). Housing and Neighborhood Planning. Ingrid Gould Ellen Professor. MA Oxon.Phil.D. Salo Coslovsky Assistant Professor.D. MCP. (212) 998-7400 ingrid. Oxford University (1977). Johns Hopkins University (1975). Rae Zimmerman Professor. BA. MA. University of Southern California (1975). Specializations: Public Finance and Management. John Fontillas Adjunct Assistant Professor. (212) 998-7400 mitchell.D. Ph.oregan@nyu. University of Hawaii (1970).PLANNING FACULTY Hilary Ballon Professor. B.16th Edition | Page 91 . Race and Ethnicity Planning. University of California at Berkeley (2003). Race/Ethnicity & Planning.D.D. Louise Harpman Clinical Associate Professor. JD. Northwestern University (1969).. B..edu John Gershman Clinical Associate Professor.moss@nyu. MCP (2003) and Ph. Sarah Gerecke Adjunct Assistant Professor. Paul Smoke Professor. M. Jan Blustein Professor. Specializations: Community Development.. Berkeley (1967). New York University (1997). (2008). Harvard University (1987). Ph. San Diego (2007). and Transportation.ballon@nyu. AB. Katherine O’Regan Associate Professor. University of California. Environment... (212) 998-7400 hilary. and Technology and Regional Development.guo@nyu. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. BA (1987). Columbia University (1995).Arch. (1996). (1986). Berkeley (1987). Specializations: Economic Development Planning. BA.ellen@nyu. University of California.. Tsinghua University (1999). ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Cambridge University (1988). MPP (1991) and Ph. Ph. Specializations: Transportation. University of California. London School of Economics. Yale University (1993).D. J. M...B. (212) 998-7400 katherine.edu Zhan Guo Assistant Professor. Public Finance Reform.D.D... BA.zimmerman@nyu. M. and Urban and Regional Economics.edu Mitchell Moss Professor. United Kingdom (1990). (212) 998-7400 paul..D. Rutgers University (1980).D. AB. Solomon Greene Adjunct Assistant Professor. Race/Ethnicity Planning. Ph. MIA. Ascher Adjunct Associate Professor. BS. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Ph. University of Washington (1970). Infrastructure/Public Services. Kate Collignon Adjunct Assistant Professor. Princeton University (1980).edu Holly Haff Adjunct Assistant Professor. Princeton University (1977). MCP. Harvard University (1984). Specializations: History and Theory of Planning. Tianjin University (1996). University of Oregon (1979).D. Fundação Getúlio Vargas (1996). Arch. Transportation. MUP. Urban/Regional Economics. Columbia University (1972). University of California at Berkeley (1990).. Cornell University (1999). Ph. University of Pennsylvania (1969).D.D. University of Cambridge. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1985). Tufts University (2002). (212) 998-7400 rae. Stanford University (1996). New York University (1993). Berkeley (1988). Berkeley (1972). Columbia University. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Shlomo Angel Adjunct Professor. International Economic Development. Infrastructure/Public Services.D. and Urban and Regional Economics. Yale University (2003). (212) 998-7400 zhan. Urban Design.D. University of Pennsylvania (1983). (1981) and Ph. A.smoke@nyu. MA.D..edu Dall Forsythe Professor of Practice. BS (1967) and Ph. M. Housing. University of California. Ph. BA. Berkeley (1965). Harvard University. BA. MPP/UP..edu Kate J. Economic Development Planning. AB. BA. (1974). Colgate University (1987).Sc. BA... Yale University (1985). Specializations: Economic Development.edu Maria Damon Assistant Professor. BA. Harvard University (2000). Urban Policy and Politics. Sewin Chan Associate Professor. MA. Ph. MA. BA. Columbia University (1995). BA. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1988). BA. Brown University (1980). Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2009). Ph. University of California. MA. Arch. Ph.

BA. University of Michigan (1996). MA (1977). MPA. MA (1976) and Ph. Colby College (1985).. Ruth Ann Stewart Clinical Professor.16th Edition . Arch and BS. JD. JD. Zvia S. Joseph Magee Assistant Professor. BA. BA. and Ph. Sarah Ludwig Adjunct Assistant Professor. Iona College (1981). BA (1975) and MA (1977. Brown University (1998). Jonathan Orcutt Adjunct Assistant Professor. B. JD. Massachusetts Institute for Technology (2006). University of Pennsylvania (1992). 2002). MRP.Ed. Macalester College (1975). BA.. Stanford University (2004).. Syracuse University (1976). David Quart Adjunct Assistant Professor.CE (Master of Civil Engineering). Shanna Rose Assistant Professor. Daniel Smith Assistant Professor. MUP. BA. Steven Stainbrook Adjunct Assistant Professor.D. Princeton University (1979). University of Delaware (2004). Arch.D. Yale University (1989). BA. (1981).Kei Hayashi Adjunct Assistant Professor. Wheaton College (1963). BA. BA (1965). Ph. B. BA (1963). Naphtali Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor. John’s University. Amit Nigam Assistant Professor.D. MSc. Melissa Kaplan-Macey Adjunct Assistant Professor.. BS. BA. New York University (1992). University of Delaware (2002). (1979). Dott. Ph. Yale University. New York University. Harvard University (1971). BA. BA. Swarthmore College (1997). and Ph.D.D. (1980). New York University (1989). JD. Mark Willis Adjunct Professor.D. MUP.D. Princeton University (1992). Ph. Lehigh University (1990). Wesleyan University (1994). Brandeis (1966). Paul Light Professor. MA. MS. Ph. BA. M. University of Pennsylvania (1992). Wesleyan (1987). University of Michigan. MUP. St. Stanford University (1994). New York University (2003). Ph.Arch. Harvard University (1997). MPA.D. BA. Ball State University (1995). Columbia University (1982). Allen Zerkin Adjunct Associate Professor. University of Venice. BA. PhD. Harvard University (2005).D. Natasha Iskander Assistant Professor. Union College (1966).Arch (Dottore in Architettura).. BBA. Claire Weisz Adjunct Assistant Professor. Joseph Reilly Adjunct Associate Professor. (1974). BA. New York University (1969). Yale University (1997).. Yale University (1972). Leonardo Romeo Adjunct Professor. Harvard College (1977). MPA. New York University (2006). Bryn Mawr College (1984). MCP (1999) and Ph. University of Manchester. BS. Carlos E. Italy (1971). BA. Syracuse University (1973). Restrepo Adjunct Assistant Professor. University of Toronto (1984). Oberlin College (1968). James Stuckey Adjunct Associate Professor. BA (1968) and Ph. M.D. University of Georgia (2007) Roger Kropf Professor. (1979). David Winder Adjunct Associate Professor. MS Columbia University (1965). M. Anthony Shorris Professor of Practice. Mark Levine Adjunct Associate Professor. Page 92 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Northwestern University (2006). New York University (2001).Arch.

................................................. Planning and Recreation NAU Box 15016 Flagstaff.........................0 in Planning classes minimum GPA of 2......................................html Pamela Foti.edu BA/BS MA/MS ACSP Member: AFFILIATE Specialization: Land Use Planning..$65 Additional Fees: ......... 120 Thesis or Final Product ...................................885 per semester Application Fee: .............................................. 94 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .................................................Foti@nau................................... UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .................................................. UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Public Planning Contact Person: Phone: Email: Debbie Martin.. GIS Applications in Planning............................ lower scores admitted with deficiencies.............................geog...................254 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.......................................... Administrative Associate (928) 523-2383 geog@nau..............................February 15 Financial Aid Deadline ..... Environmental Planning............... $0 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Standard Federal Aid and Loan Programs. Geographic Information Systems MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: None..............................NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY Department of Geography.............edu http://www...16th Edition | Page 93 .............................. 7 Hours of Restricted Elective ...............................................edu Annual Student Enrollment Accepted Undergraduate Masters 2/1 6/1 2/1 5/2 Enrolled 9/11 17/16 2/2 3/5 05/06 07/09 05/06 07/09 Year Initiated: 2009 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.............. Community Development. $8................ 9 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ..................................... 8 Other: Emphasis area: ................ Departmental: 1000 Verbal/Math None........................................................... Administrative Associate (928) 523-2650 geog@nau.....................................................................512 per semester Application Fee ...............................................0 GPA/Top 25% Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT..........................16 Masters Specialization Land Use Planning............................................................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline ........................... None In-State Tuition and Fees ........................................................ Department Chair Phone: (928) 523-6196 E-mail: Pam................ $3........................529 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees............................ $3............... 39 Hours of Studio Courses ................................................ None...................$100 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Science in Applied Geospatial Sciences with an emphasis in Planning and Recreation Contact Person: Phone: Email: Debbie Martin.................22 SAT -1040 Conditional admission below these numbers........................ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline . Not required Additional Requirement:....................... $8. Combined Verbal & Math GRE of 1000................edu Year Initiated:1979 Degrees Granted 1999 through 8/31/09 ........................................................... $25 Additional Fees: .. Recreation and Tourism Planning UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: None Minimum GPA: 3............ Indigenous/Native American Planning......................... 14 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ........................................ 60 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ......5 overall PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES.......................... minimum GPA of 3.........nau............................. Arizona 86011-5016 Phone (928) 523-2650 Fax (928) 523-2275 geog@nau......................................................edu/ugrad_p.............. None In-State Tuition and Fees .. GRADUATE DEADLINES............... None Financial Aid Deadline ...........................................................

........ M..........A...... M................ Zhongshan University............. Paradis Associate Professor..Torbico@nau... China.12 Hours of Community Planning Emphasis ................3 Total Required:.. MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .. B.. *Do not double count Hispanics...... University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2003).......................................................edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Thomas W.36 MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENT University Admission Policy ............ Northern Arizona University....... B....... Planning and Design Review.......U...... Year Initiated: 2006 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09......20 Exam...................edu Ruihong (Ray) Huang U..........................Thesis or Final Product: .16th Edition .....Thesis or Non-Thesis ...................None Minimum TOEFL ...S........S........................................D........... Specializations: Historic Preservation..... Ph.....D..... Arizona State University (1994)..............................None Minimum GRE ..3 Other: Capstone Experience ....D..... Environmental Planning......................... Site Planning........S......Hawley@nau...... Ohio State University -Columbus............. Urban Design................................................ (928) 523-1251 D...edu PLANNING FACULTY Carolyn M.....................P................... Public Participation.........None Program Requirement:Minimum 5 years of professional work experience...............6 hrs......S. Daugherty Professor Emeritus.......A. Specializations: Land Use Planning...........3 Unrestrictive Electives ............... Economic Geography. GIS..... GIS........................ Ph...........................................................................................S........ Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 16 0 0 2 2 0 2 22 Female 0 7 0 0 4 1 0 1 13 Total 0 11 0 0 6 3 0 3 35 Assistant Professor..A....Capstone Experience Master of Administration with a Community Planning Emphasis (Web-based program) Contact Person: Phone: Email: Pamela Torbico..... Specializations: Transportation Planning......................... Specializations: Small Town and Rural Planning.........A. Baylor University... Dawn Hawley TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Professor............................ Page 94 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .................. Hunan Normal University...... (928) 523-6567 Alan.....................Major Paper is required ...........MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........................... Pennsylvania State University-University Park.........................edu R............................. Ph......D....4 Masters Specialization Planning Administration............. B.... Neil Gullickson Adjunct Lecturer. M.Daugherty@nau................. Specializations: Physical Planning..4 Hours of Seminar Related Courses.. Program Coordinator 800-426-8315 (Distance Learning Center) Pamela.S.......36 Final Product:.............. B....6 Hours of Emphasis Concentration Courses ............................ M..........D.........................edu Alan A........................ University of Hawaii-Hilo...... (928) 523-8219 Ruihong......... Total Required Hours in MS Program .....A........................... Ph.................A......... Lew FAICP Professor................. Specializations: Urban Planning. University of Oregon (1986)........15 Restrictive Electives . M......Huang@nau.. B...None Minimum GPA ........................................ Community Development (928) 523-0984 Carolyn................... Site Planning.. M........... University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign (1997)..........Lew@nau.. B................................. Ph. B........ Tourism Planning..... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.....A.... Arizona State University (1987)...... China....... University of NebraskaOmaha..........

University of California. University of Arizona. Citizen Participation. a city of approximately 60. 2003). Flagstaff sits at the 12. Landscape Perception and Planning. Hopi and other American Indian cultures. Specializations: Cultural Geography. Specializations: Land Use Law.000 foot San Francisco Peaks and is surrounded by the largest Ponderosa pine forest in the world. all of which department classes and program take advantage of. Children's travels and Health. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Specializations: Impact of Transportation. United States. Schools and Communities.D. (Ph. Arizona.. A little over an hour’s drive will take you to one of the greatest wonders of the world-the Grand Canyon. 1983). FYI Northern Arizona University is located in Flagstaff.000. Irvine. Sell Visiting Assistant Professor (Ph. Tracy McMillan Adjunct Lecturer. J. The surrounding area is rich in Navajo.000 feet. Winter skiing and the red rock country of Sedona are a short drive from the city..D. James L. This four-season city is focal point for a region offering a wide range of recreational and cultural opportunities.William Ring Adjunct Lecturer. At an Elevation of 7. The Coconino National Forest surrounds Flagstaff and offers recreational activities from hiking and mountain biking to fishing and boating. Environmental and Geographic Education. University of Arizona.D.16th Edition | Page 95 . Environment/Behavior/Design. Urban Design and Land Use Planning and Policy on Public Health..

TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline for Masters program ...........................................Not Required PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES.....42 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .................. Physical Planning and Urban Design. Graduate Program Admissions Coordinator (614) 292-1012 conroy............................................... and Neighborhoods..........................0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............1344 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ........................0 (1............................Early application . August 15 Admission Deadline for Ph...........20 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ....................................................15 Hours of Restricted Electives ............................................... Housing.................000 minimum) 600 (250) Resume and statement of purpose Phone: E-mail: MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ......................................... August 15 Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program .. August 15 Admission Deadline for BS program ..........................................................................................................edu Associate Professor Jennifer Evans-Cowley......................38 Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 Masters Doctoral Bachelors 76 23 129 42 13 61 7 70 10 9 46 5 34 2 5 Masters Specializations Energy......Early application ............................................. Environment........................11@osu...... International Development.................................. recommended In-State Tuition and Fees ..D...........................$2..........osu................................................................... Planning Policy and Process........................ Yes MASTERS DEGREE Master of City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Professor Maria Manta Conroy..902 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees................................. Undergraduate Program Admissions Coordinator (614) 292-5427 cowley..............................0 Page 96 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ....0 Required if GPA below 3.............................................................................0 1090/24 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .....edu Year Initiated: 1958 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10............................................................OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY City and Regional Planning Austin E.................................. Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing.............$7......................................... Head Phone: (614) 292-5427 E-mail: cowley........... Knowlton School of Architecture 275 Woodruff Avenue Columbus......................... Real Estate....................................................................................................................D Program ....... Comprehensive Exam or Thesis Year Initiated: 2009 Not PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10 1 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .....................42 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................ ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Completion of high school or college transfer 2........................................20 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................ and Sustainability...................................................... $40 ($50 Int’l) Additional Fees: ..Early application ..........edu BS/MCRP PAB Ph.16th Edition .... 181 quarter hours Thesis or Final Product .... Urban and Regional Economics MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE Bachelor of Science City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Professor Jennifer Evans-Cowley....5 Hours of Restricted Electives ... Transportation......11@osu........................................ Ohio 43210 Phone (614) 292-1012 Fax (614) 292-7106 http://knowlton.............D program ................................................ recommended Financial Aid Deadline for Ph...................................45 Hours of CRP Electives ......20 Hours of Studio .................... recommended Financial Aid Deadline for Bachelor's program .............................................................................90 Exams or Written Requirements::.............................edu University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3.......................................................36@osu.....................................................................459 per quarter Application Fee ..........................

..............Public Policy and Management o MPA/MCRP ...................0 GPA DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph...........None Departmental Requirement: ...................16th Edition | Page 97 .......... 4....... TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 Enrollment Status and Gender Male C1...........None Minimum GPA: .........FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: 60 Internships 24 Tuition and Fee Waivers 3................................................ and Policy..0 GPA Eligibility Criteria: 2 35 1 29 3 73 *Do not double count Hispanics.......edu Eligibility Criteria: JOINT DEGREES o MA/MCRP ..... Optimal Regional Allocation of Population and Employment: Application of a Spatial Interaction Commuting Model.. 3.0 Minimum GRE: ............Public Policy and Management o MLA/MCRP .....Environmental Science o MA/MCRP .Landscape Architecture o MS/MCRP .................................Specialization in Transportation o MSW/MCRP ................................ Planning Management and Law............ Environmental Behavior and Urban Design........... STUDENTS ......... of City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Professor Phil Viton....... A Computable General Equilibrium Model of the City with Optimization of its Transportation Network: Impacts of Changes in Technology.......... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ......6 Dissertations from 9/1/2009 to 6/30/10 1.................. PhD Program Admission Coordinator (614) 292-2119 viton.............0 Hours of Restricted Electives ..............D......... Land-Use Planning and the Urban Heat Island Effect...................3....................... Environmental & Land Use Planning............... 2..1@osu.........115 Total Required Hours in Program: 135 Thesis or Final Product: Dissertation FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: 5 Graduate Associateships (All associate ships carry stipend for 20 hrs/week plus payment of tuition/fees.........RACE AND ETHNICITY US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only Race White Black or African American American Indian or Alaska native Asian Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Some Other Race alone Two or More Races Unknown Sub-Total (Citizens and Residents) Foreign Students Total Students US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only Ethnicity* Hispanic or Latino Not Hispanic or Latino Female Total Doctoral Specializations Urban & Economic Development........................................20 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ......................Civil Environmental Engineering and Geodetic Science ........................................................................................... 3........ Energy & Telecommunications.. Land Uses....... Negotiation DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: .............................African American and African Studies o MA/MCRP ........0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ...Law o MA/MCRP .....Social Work o JD/MCRP ...................Required Minimum TOEFL: ...................Geography o MS/MCRP Natural Resources Year Initiated: 1985 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................600 (250) 30 4 0 1 0 0 0 5 40 1 41 40 16 7 0 2 0 0 0 4 29 6 35 29 46 11 0 3 0 0 0 9 69 7 76 69 DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..58 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ................ Impacts of Transportation..................... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..... and Meteorology on Urban Air Quality................... Preferences.........

knowlton.ohio-state.D.ohio-state. (614) 292-5427 viton. Energy..D. Washington University (1969). University of North Texas (1997).ohio-state. http://facweb. BA. Computers.. http://facweb. MS (2004) Middle East Technical.TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U. Urban Economics. Ecole des Mines (1970). Quantitative Methods.1@osu.edu/bvonrabenau/crpinfo Maria Manta Conroy Assistant Professor. Nasar Professor. (1980). BS. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 2 3 2 1 0 0 2 1 11 Female 1 3 2 2 0 0 2 2 12 Total 3 6 2 3 0 0 4 3 23 Steven I. Social Equity. Ph.knowlton. Population Studies.edu/jevanscowley/crpinfo (614) 292-1012 ezell. Specializations: Planning Law. Environmental Psychology.D. University of Maryland. nasar. http://facweb. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. JD. Governance. Specializations: Transportation.knowlton. Poverty. Ph. Germany (1968).1@osu.edu Jean-Michel Guldmann Professor. http://facweb. Specializations: Transportation. Infrastructure..ohio-state. Specializations: International Development. Columbia University (1967).edu/jguldmann/crpinfo (614) 292-2257 guldmann.1@osu. MUP.knowlton. PhD (2009).. BA. MUP (1996) and Ph. MPhil. Berkeley (1977).edu/mcconroy/crpinfo (614) 292-8279 vonrabenau.S.edu/jnasar/crpinfo (614) 292-1457 *Do not double count Hispanics. Technion. Specializations: Sustainability. (2000). Citizen Participation.D.ohio-state.1@osu. Urban Modeling.edu Kenneth Pearlman Professor Emeritus.knowlton. Ph.1@osu.edu/kpearlman/crpinfo PLANNING FACULTY Charisma Acey Assistant Professor. MA. Negotiation and Conflict Management.knowlton.edu Page 98 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Section Head. SUNY-Buffalo (1970). BA California State Northridge (1995). University of Pennsylvania (1989)... UCLA (1998). Urban Economics. Urban Design. Ing. MA (1976) and Ph.. Specialization: Downtown Development. GIS. Specializations: International Development.edu (614) 292-1012 Phillip A. (1977). Texas A&M. University of Virginia.edu (614) 292-8044 conroy.36@osu. http://facweb. Quantitative Methods. MSc (1973) and DSc (1976).knowlton. Environmental Modeling. Planning Theory. MCP (1970) and Ph.knowlton. MA (1972).edu Kyle Ezell Associate Professor of Practice: MA. South Dakota State University. AB (1964) and MCP (1974). (614) 292-5427 pearlman. Ohio State University. Columbia University. (1973) and Ph. BArch.edu (614) 292-8044 conroy. Quantitative Methods. Project Analysis.5@osu.. New York University (1973). BS (2002).ohio-state. Planning and Geography. Technische Hochschule Stuttgart.knowlton. Physical Planning. Gordon Professor..ohio-state. Specializations: Housing. Specializations: Planning Administration. Specializations: Energy. PhD. Brown University (1972). Quantitative.edu/hmorrow/crpinfo (614) 292-1027 morrow-jones. Viton Associate Professor.16th Edition . (1973). Communications. Dipl.1@osu. Planning Theory. University of California. Land Use Policy. MPP. Urban Economics. Jennifer Evans-Cowley Associate Professor. MPA. MS (1993) and MP (1993).36@osu.edu Jack L. Land Use. http://facweb.D. http://facweb.edu/sgordon/crpinfo (614) 292-3372 gordon. BS (1994).edu Hazel Morrow-Jones Associate Professor. Specializations: Environment and Behavior. http://facweb. Public Health. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Environmental Planning.edu/pviton/crpinfo Gulsah Akar Assistant Professor. University of North Carolina (2000).ohio-state.1@osu. BA. Israel. University of Pennsylvania . http://facweb.ohio-state. University of California. Pennsylvania State University (1979). Planning Administration.D. Macalaster College (1974).D.edu (614) 292-1012 Burkhard von Rabenau Professor Emeritus. Berkeley.

BA Political Science Kent State University. FYI Chris Hermann Lecturer. Specializations: Transportation. BA Sociology UCLA. Specialization: Urban Design Jeff Darbee Lecturer.OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Roxyanne Burrus Lecturer. Jason Sudy Lecturer. MCRP Ohio State University. BA. BE. BArch. BS.edu Laura Schinn Lecturer. MS. BA. MLA. MCRP. Ohio State University. Specialization: Historic Preservation ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Specializations: Urban Design Roy Lewicki Professor. BS Architecture Ohio State University. MS and PhD Transportation Systems MIT GRADUATE PLANNING CLASS AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Scott Lissner Lecturer. BS. MIT (1983). PhD Higher Education Administration University of Virginia Vincent Papsidero Lecturer: MCRP. (614) 292-2388 mccord.35@osu. Ph. Specialization: Planning Practice. BA Lake Forest College. Nancy Rechie Lecturer. MCRP City Planning University of Cincinnati David Wirick Lecturer. BA Psychology Dartmouth. MA Couseling Hunter. MUP. University of Virginia (1988). Ohio State University (1984). MCRP University of North Carolina. The Ohio State University. BArch Virginia. MA Public Policy Ohio State University Christine Godward BA. MS Botany Colorado State.. Specializations: Comprehensive Planning Regional Planning. MCRP Ohio State University reece. BA. MA Virginia. BA Ohio Dominica.edu Ravi Mishalani Associate Professor. Stanford (1978). Purdue (1977). MCRP. Specialization: Public Health Jamie Greene Lecturer. Specialization: Grant Writing Daniel Ferdelman Lecturer. MCRP Ohio State University. GIS. PhD Ecology UC Davis Beth Urban Lecturer. BS Zoology Colorado State. PhD Social Psychology Columbia Mark McCord Professor. MCRP Ohio State University.2@osu. Ohio State University. BA Psychology and Economics Rutgers. Civil Engineering American University of Beirut. Specializations: Technology. Specialization: Historic Preservation Craig Davis Professor. Specialization: Urban Design Charles Cartwright Lecturer. MCRP Ohio State University Jason Reece Lecturer.16th Edition | Page 99 . International Development.D.

......................January 15 In-State Tuition and Fees (09/10): ...75 University..........January 15 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.. $50 Additional Fees: .......... Communications and Community Development UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Intro courses: Sociology...................................... $6........................O........D.............. UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA/BS in Community Development Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Tracy Braden........Rolling....edu For late tuition information........ 0 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Tracy Braden Student Services Coordinator (503) 725-5477 tbraden@pdx....... 16 Total Required Hours In Planning Program .. $50 Additional Fees: ....................... Recommended: Basic Statistics...................edu BA/BS PAB MURP/MUS PAB PAB Ph.... $7......325 per quarter (Full Time) Application Fee ..........38 Masters Specializations Community Development...........0 Departmental Not Required 550 Not Required A complete application consistent with the requirements posted on the School web page................................ Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning College of Urban and Public Affairs P....................................................................... 180 Thesis or Final Product .............. please consult www.............................................. 54 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ....................................... 20 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ....... ACT 21 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ......0 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: SAT 1000.......edu Year initiated:1996 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.................... 255 per quarter (Full Time) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ..D Program ................................................................. 363 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ........ Microeconomics Minimum GPA: 3...................................... 0 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Internship opportunities and University financial aid available................................... 3............................... Land Use......January 15 Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program .....edu/usp/ Connie P.......edu http://www................................... Ozawa..........57 Page 100 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .720 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ............. Box 751 ...... Not required PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES........................................................................................... 6 Hours of Restricted Elective ..$2....................................... Regional Economic Development MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 2................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline .................................................................. Transportation........ Student Services Coordinator (503) 725-5477 tbraden@pdx...edu Annual Student Enrollment Applied 2008 Undergraduate Masters 68 198 2009 47 266 Accepted 2008 68 81 2009 41 101 Enrolled 2008 68 42 2009 41 38 Year Initiated: 1974 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10....................................................D program ...........................................16th Edition .....................pdx........... GRADUATE DEADLINES...... Political Science............................................... Microeconomics............................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline for Masters program .....................................................USP Portland.066 per quarter (Full Time) Application Fee .... $4...January 15 Admission Deadline for Ph.......................................................................................................... ACSP Member: FULL Undergraduate Specializations Community Organization and Change... Director E-mail: ozawac@pdx.......................................................... Housing and Economic Development.........PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY Nohad A.. Environment..................pdx.................. Oregon 97207-0751 Phone (503) 725-4045 Fax (503) 725-8770 E-mail: susp@pdx............. major declared by Mid-October Financial Aid Deadline .......................225 per quarter (Full Time) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ........... 12 Hours of Studio Courses ................. N/A In-State Tuition and Fees (09/10): ..........................................

......................................................................................MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core . 4...............99 TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Residents Total Students Male 1 18 0 0 0 1 0 7 27 Female 0 31 0 0 0 0 0 4 35 Total 1 49 0 0 0 1 0 11 62 *Do not double count Hispanics...Field Area Project (optional) Doctoral Specializations Planning.....................................................16th Edition | Page 101 .................75 or 3................................. and 1841 The Foundation to Collaborate: Understanding the Role of Participant Interests Working Mothers' Decisions...................... Experiences and Feelings about Using On-Site Childcare 3...........................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....39 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................ ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ......000 Math/Verbal Combined 550 2......................... Microeconomics................................ Gerontology....................................... 12-15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......0 Exams or Written Requirements: .......... TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Residents Total Students Male 1 21 1 0 0 1 0 1 25 Female 0 56 0 0 2 0 0 2 60 Total 1 77 1 0 2 1 0 3 85 DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ...................... FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Internship opportunities................... Policy Responses to the Closure of Manufactured Home Parks in Oregon 2..... University financial aid.. Department awards.....................edu Year initiated 1969 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10........................... DOCTORAL DEGREE PhD in Urban Studies Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Tracy Braden........ 14-17 Total Required Hours in Planning Program: .... 2 field area exams.....72 Exam........................................ Policy Analysis........ Regional Economic Development...... 1836.......................................................217 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ............ Student Services Coordinator (503) 725-5477 tbraden@pdx....... Community Development for a White City: Race Making.............................................. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...... Recommended: Basic Statistics...................17 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ....................... Improvement and the Cincinnati Race Riots and Anti-Abolition Riots of 1829.43 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...10 Hours of Restricted Electives .......................................................................................4 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 1............. Total .......................................................... Thesis or Final Product:..16 Other ...........0 in 12 or more graduate credit A complete application consistent with the requirements posted on the School web page............... Community Development..................... Dissertation: 27 credits minimum..................... Transportation DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 1..

Specializations: Regional Economic Development. BA. Political Economy of Nonprofit Organizations. MS. Nohad A. Specializations: Economic Development Planning. Specializations: Community Development. MRP. Social Network Analysis. PhD. PhD. BA. Community Development. Spatial Processes of Migration.edu Page 102 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning. Specializations: Housing Policy and Planning. University of California. Specializations: Land Use. University of Minnesota. University of Chicago. Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of the Population Research Center. Specializations: Citizen Participation. MA. PhD. Davis. University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. BA. Public Finance/Fiscal Planning.edu Jason R. Specializations: Community and Economic Development. Metropolitan/Regional Planning. Energy Planning. University of Illinois at Chicago. (503) 725-5141 toulann@pdx. Electoral Geography. Transportation. University of Pittsburgh. Chapel Hill. Racial Economic Inequality. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Bowling Green State University.edu (503) 725-8312 gschrock@pdx. University of California. University of Montana. PhD. Specializations: Land Use/ Growth Management. (503) 725-8416 heyingc@pdx.edu (503) 725-5169 seltzere@pdx. Berkeley. University of Washington. Swarthmore College. Berkeley.edu Ellen M. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Specializations: Infrastructure/Public Services. Portland State University. University of North Carolina. Northwestern University. MS. Land Use/Growth Management. Berkeley. Transportation. MURP.edu (503) 725-4016 gliebej@pdx. Environmental Planning.D. AB.edu FAICP Michael Fogarty Professor.edu AICP John Gliebe Assistant Professor. Chapel Hill.edu (503) 725-4049 rufoloa@pdx. Green Economics and Sustainable Development.jurjevich@pdx. BBA.PLANNING FACULTY Carl Abbott Professor. Water Resources. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. University of California. University of North Carolina. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Urban Studies. MA. University of Pittsburgh. PhD. AB. (503) 725-5171 abbottc@pdx. Physical Planning/Urban Design. Bates Assistant Professor. BS. University of California. Harvard University. Greg Schrock Assistant Professor. University of California.edu Sy Adler Professor. Specializations: Community Development. Planning Theory. University of North Carolina. Planning Theory. International Development and Planning. Community Development. (503) 725-8203 lkbates@pdx. MA. BS. Connie P. Regional Economic Development. University of California. Ethan P. Community Development. BS. Swarthmore College. University of Michigan. Los Angeles. Spatial Analysis. Chapel Hill. Interdisciplinary Education. PhD. Race and Poverty. Specializations: Transportation Planning. PhD. Planning Practice. Metropolitan/Regional Planning. PhD. PhD. University of Hawaii. (503) 725-5174 bassette@pdx. BA. Anthony Rufolo Professor. Urban and Planning History.edu (503) 725-8590 jason. University of California. Planning History. Urban and Regional Economics. BA. BA. International Development. Advanced Travel Demand Modeling and Modeling Methods. Housing. Vivek Shandas Associate Professor. MCRP. BA. Creighton University. Jurjevich Loren Lutzenhiser Professor. Environmental Planning. The George Washington University. Specializations: Urban Ecology. Negotiation and Conflict Management.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Charles Heying Associate Professor. PhD. MA. (503) 725-8265 gibsonk@pdx. PhD. University of California. (503) 725-8743 llutz@pdx. Berkeley. Berkeley. Carnegie Mellon University. University of Notre Dame. Land Use/Growth Management.edu (503) 725-5222 vshandas@pdx. University of California at Santa Cruz. Infrastructure/Public Services. (503) 725-5172 adlers@pdx. (503) 725-5173 jdill@pdx. Specializations: Population Geography and Population Dynamics. Ann Arbor.edu Lisa K. University of North Carolina-Charlotte. Ozawa Professor and Director of the Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning. PhD. Los Angeles.edu (503) 725-8263 Karen Gibson Associate Professor. Land Use/Growth Management.edu (503) 725-5126 ozawac@pdx. MS. University of Wisconsin-Madison. BA. Davis. Urban Sociology and Politics. San Francisco State University. Iowa State University. University of Arizona. BS. Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus. Labor Market and Workforce Development Policy. PhD. MCP.edu Jennifer Dill Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Transportation Studies. MA. including Participatory Processes. University of California.16th Edition . Specializations: Community Development. Specializations: Transportation. MRP. PhD. MCP. Travel Demand Forecasting. PhD. MS. Social Demography. MA. Toulan fogartym@pdx. Ph. BS. University of Pennsylvania. BA. PhD. University of Pennsylvania. Seltzer Professor. University of Cairo. Bassett Assistant Professor. Manoa. Planning and Social Policy.

the Nohad A. BA. MA. BA. (503) 725-4069 strathmanj@pdx. BA. University of Hawaii. Political Economy. University of the Philippines. Regional Planning and Development. Specializations: Economic Development. Southern Illinois University. Specializations: Community Development. University of Iowa. College of Urban and Public Affairs also offers graduate certificates in Transportation in cooperation with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.edu Sheila Martin Associate Professor and Director of the Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies. PhD. (503) 725-5137 sheilam@pdx. AM. MA. Real Estate Development in cooperation with the School of Business. PhD. Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning. University of Kentucky.edu Gerald Sussman Professor.Barry Messer Associate Professor. Portland State University. MA.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . These Certificates are available to all students both during and after the conclusion of their graduate studies. International Development and Planning.16th Edition | Page 103 . PhD. Urban Design in cooperation with the Architecture Department and. (503) 725-5179 messerb@pdx. PhD. Whittier College. BA. Politics and Governance. Community Development. Impact Assessment. Manoa. Fairleigh Dickinson University. Specializations: Economic Development Planning. GIS in cooperation with the Geography Department. (503) 725-5176 sussmang@pdx. University of Iowa. Quantitative Methods and Real Estate Development. FYI In addition to the degrees described above. Energy Planning. Iowa State University. University of Pennsylvania.edu James Strathman Professor and Director of the Center for Urban Studies. University of Pittsburgh.

.......................April 15............... 07/09 09/10 07/09 09/10 07/09 09/10 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Science in City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: John Shapiro........................................................................$1....................................... Historic Preservation.............................................11 Annual Student Enrollment Applied MCRP 71 111 Accepted 57 82 Enrolled 18 36 Masters Specializations Historic Preservation MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution No Requirements No Requirements 575 (University)..$490 per semester Master of Science in Historic Preservation Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr.........................................................N/A Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ...........edu MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution GPA: 3.....27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..................... $50 Additional Fees ......... AICP..................$1...........................20 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .....................................10 Hours of Restricted Electives .edu/gcpe John Shapiro..............pratt.........................................263 per credit Out-of-State and International Tuition and Fees: .................................0.............. 2009 In-State Tuition and Fees: .............................edu Year Initiated: 1959 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...................................................... Chair (718) 399-4391 johnshapiro@pratt..........263 per credit Application Fee: ......... 600 (Department) Not Required Evidence of strong writing and analytical skills..............................16 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ......................................... Eric Allison........................................................PRATT INSTITUTE Programs for Sustainable Planning & Development 200 Willoughby Avenue Brooklyn............................... 600 (Department) Not Required Evidence of strong writing and/or visual communication skills...................3 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..............................60 Exam.....Thesis or Final Product: .......................................................... Demonstration of Professional ............. Community Development.................................................................. AICP........................9 Total Required Hours in Program ...558 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ...............edu FINANCIAL AID Graduate Assistantships Eligibility Criteria: Graduate Scholarships Eligibility Criteria: GPA=3.......0 Full time registration (9 credits) Year Initiated: 2004 NCPE Accreditation 2006 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.....................................16th Edition ....... Colloquium Masters Specializations Environmental Planning...... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 ...................0 No Requirements 575 (University)............ commitment to the profession of planning and to the core values of the program: equity..........................................................................................................25 Other ............................................ New York 11205 Phone (718) 399-4314 • Fax (718) 399-4379 http://www...................... sustainability and public participation MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ....5 Hours of Restricted Electives ................................................................... Physical Planning Page 104 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .......... At least part-time registration (6 credits) (award amount varies) GPA=3........ Coordinator (212) 647-7532 eallison@pratt. 5 Thesis/DPC Total Required Hours in Planning Program ...........Competence or Thesis PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES.................................44 Exam.............15 credits required for specializations Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..............30 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ... Chair Lacey Tauber...................... Assistant to the Chair Phone (718) 399-4340 E-mail: ltauber@pratt..Thesis or Final Product: .................................................

.....................................................0 No Requirements 575 (University)........................................ Cornell University................... Evidence of commitment to sustainability as a tool for confronting environmental quality & health issues....S..... Specialization: Physical Planning & Land Use (718) 399-4391 johnshapiro@pratt........... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..D..................... Demonstration of Professional .... Coordinator (718) 399-4323 jstein9@pratt............edu City & Regional Planning TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2009 Enrollment Status and Gender Full-time Part-time Male Female Total Male C1............ Planning Methods (718) 399-4387 jmarti18@pratt.....P......Masters in Urban Environmental Systems Management Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Jaime Stein...16th Edition | Page 105 ...................15 Total Required Hours in Program .......... PhD.....20 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..........................40 Exam.....RACE AND ETHNICITY US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only Race White Black or African American American Indian or Alaska native Asian Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Some Other Race alone 16 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 19 2 21 15 8 0 2 0 0 2 0 27 1 28 10 13 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 9 10 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 13 50 11 0 5 0 1 2 0 69 3 72 Female Year Initiated: Spring 2005 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10. Pratt Institute....... PLANNING FACULTY John Shapiro...12 Masters Specializations Environmental Systems Management MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited Institution GPA: 3.......R........................63 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .......... MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ...........................Competence Two or More Races Unknown Sub-Total (Citizens and Residents) Foreign Students Total Students US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only Ethnicity* Hispanic or Latino Not Hispanic or Latino 1 20 2 26 10 13 3 69 *Do not double count Hispanics............Thesis or Final Product: ... Specializations: Land Use Regulation and Growth Management.......................... Associate Professor......... AICP Chair..... M...edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ... Ph............................................................ Adjunct Assistant Professor.......5 Hours of Restricted Electives ................................C.................... 600 (Department) Not Required Evidence of strong analytical skills.........edu Jonathan Martin.......................... STUDENTS .............................

Environmental Systems Management Program. Community Development (718) 636 3486 x6447 jbyron@pratt. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Pratt Institute. Specialization: Affordable Housing Development (718) 399-4323 jstein9@pratt. (718) 399-4340 G.D Visiting Associate Professor. University of London.P. Pratt Institute. M. London.. University of California. Specializations: Community Development. M. Specialization: Transportation Planning (718) 399-4340 mikeflynn718@gmail. Caron Atlas Visiting Assistant Professor.R.. MSUP. Ph.edu (718) 399-4340 caronatlas@gmail.William Menking Associate Professor. Arch. Specialization: Urban History and Theory. Kingston University.edu Ned Kaufman. Pratt Institute.com Vicki Weiner Adjunct Associate Professor.edu (718) 399-4340 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT FACULTY Eva Hanhardt Adjunct Associate Professor.. University of Chicago.edu Ronald Shiffman FAICP.D. Ph.C. Specializations: Environmental Planning.D.edu Carter Craft Visiting Assistant Professor. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY VISITING PROFESSORS: CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING Moshe Adler. Specialization: Environmental Planning. Columbia University. Gender and Planning. MUP. Specializations: Community Development.gov Joan Byron Visiting Assistant Professor. Specialization: Waterfront Planning and Development (718) 636-3486 ext 6464 vweiner@pratt. S. D.P... Arch. Specialization: Transportation planning.C. Physical Planning. Specialization: Art and Social Change (718) 399-4323 ayonder@pratt.. Urban Land and Housing in Developing Countries.S.S. Yale University. Ph. M. Urban Design (212) 647-7532 ned@kaufmanconservation. Specialization: Environmental Policy & Sustainability Daniel Hernandez Visiting Assistant Professor. Ph. Ph. Dip.U. New York University.com Page 106 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .D. Disaster Mitigation.16th Edition .P Pratt Institute. University of California. M. Community Based Planning Mike Flynn Visiting Assistant Professor. Historic Preservation. M.D.D. Edinburgh. Specialization: Historic Preservation Eve Baron.R.Arch. Visiting Associate Professor. FAIA Professor. Ph.D. Pratt Institute. M.D.. B. Adjunct Associate Professor and Coordinator of Historic Preservation Program.edu (718) 636-3486 Jaime Stein Visiting Assistant Professor and Coordinator. Rutgers University. Ph. M. J. Visiting Associate Professor. Ph.D. Ph.Arch. Specialization: Community-Based Planning (718) 399-4340 ebaron@pratt. UCLA.E.edu (718) 399-4340 ma820@columbia.A. Stanford University.R. Columbia University. Professor.S. Specializations: Historic Preservation.. Specialization: Industrial Retention.S.nyc. Adjunct Associate Professor. Specialization: Urban Economics (718) 399-4318 wmenking@pratt. Environmental Systems Management.C. (718) 399-4325 rshiffma@pratt.com Adam Friedman Visiting Assistant Professor..com HISTORIC PRESERVATION FACULTY Eric Allison.P. New York University. MS Historic Preservation. Physical Planning.D.. P. Benjamin Cardozo School of Law. M.edu David Burney Visiting Assistant Professor. (718) 399-4340 burneyd@ddc. Sustainable Development.edu Ayse Yonder. Dip. Heriot Watt University. Specialization: Urban Design (212) 647-7532 eallison@pratt.edu (718) 399-4340 George Jacquemart. Community-based Planning (718) 399-4323 ehanhard@pratt. Berkeley.Jacquemart@bfjplanning. Ph.

Specialization: International Planning. Grinnell College. Hampshire College. Columbia University. Pratt Institute.P.org Frank Lang.. M. R. Rhode Island School of Design Specialization: Urban Design (718) 399-4340 lander@council.S. Pratt Institute. M.A. Specializations: Energy Systems Management (718) 399-4340 alisonschn@gmail.org (718) 399-4340 ewinston@pratt. Community Development Toby Snyder Visiting Assistant Professor. Specializations: Housing and Real Estate. M. John's University.com Rob Lane Visiting Assistant Professor. Graduate School of Design.. Pratt Institute. Data Analysis Andrew Wiley-Schwartz Visiting Assistant Professor.com Mercedes Narciso Adjunct Associate Professor.S.. Specialization: Urban Design (718) 399-4340 damon@anothercupdevelopment. M.R. Specialization: Sustainability Damon Rich Visiting Assistant Professor.D.S.D.R.. Specialization: Community-Based Planning Carlton Brown Visiting Assistant Professor.osorio@gmail.com Steven Romalewski Visiting Assistant Professor. Visiting Assistant Professor.S. J.. R. Princeton University Specialization: Urban Design Edward Perry Winston. Environmental Justice (718) 399-4340 (718) 399-4340 fotlah@earthlink.org (718) 399-4340 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Rice University. Specialization: Affordable Housing Development (718) 399-4340 mnarciso@pratt. Specialization: Physical Planning Michael Bobker Visiting Assistant Professor.R. B.net Tina Lund Visiting Assistant Professor.camilo.A.. M. M. Specialization: Community-based Planning Joseph Weisbord Visiting Assistant Professor. Arch.R.com Alison Schneider Visiting Assistant Professor.com (718) 399-4340 Sideya Sherman Visiting Assistant Professor. University of Massachusetts Specialization: GIS.Arch.Arch. M. Data Analysis Chris Benedict. M.C. Pratt Institute. J. M..com Juan Camilo Osorio Visiting Assistant Professor. M. B. New York University School of Law Specialization: Law and Community Development (718) 399-4340 david. Hunter College.S.nyc. St. Cooper Union. Arch. M.A..S.. B.edu (718) 399-4340 jwbord@gmail. Specialization: Demography.P.C. M.. Economic Development (718) 399-4340 flang@pratt. M. M. New York Institute of Technology. Housing Finance Meenakshi Varandani Visiting Assistant Professor. Energy.com Stuart Pertz Visiting Assistant Professor. Visiting Assistant Professor.edu David Reiss Visiting Assistant Professor.A.com (718) 399-4340 awileyschwartz@gmail. Community Development (718) 399-4340 skp@pertz. Specialization: Urban Design Samara Swanston. Specializations: Environmental Law... Specialization: Regional Planning (718) 399-4340 (718) 399-4340 petra@rpa. Specializations: Housing & Community Development. Data Analysis Petra Todorovich Visiting Assistant Professor. B.S.Arch. Specializations: Green Buildings. University of Pennsylvania. R. Visiting Assistant Professor.P..16th Edition | Page 107 .edu (718) 399-4340 MVarandani@nycedc....org (718) 399-4340 calbucher@gmail.C. Energy Planning (718) 399-4340 sromalew@pratt. Tufts University.Arch. Specialization: GIS.Brad Lander Visiting Associate Professor. Pratt Institute.P.reiss@brooklaw. Columbia University. JD.S. MSCRP. Rutgers University. Harvard University.gov (718) 399-4340 tsnyder@fxfowle. Specializations: Sustainable Development and Affordable Housing (718) 399-4340 ssherman@mas.Arch.edu (718) 399-4340 benedictra@aol.S.S. Specialization: Transportation Planning (718) 399-4340 juan. M. Visiting Assistant Professor.edu VISITING FACULTY: ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT Chelsea Albucher Adjunct Associate Professor. Princeton.C.A. Specializations: Physical Planning.A. B.

org (718) 399-4340 gita@threadcollective.D Visiting Assisting Professor. Specialization: Environmental Policy & Law (212) 647-7532 (718) 399-4340 RKulikowski@cityhall.S. MSCRP.R.edu (718) 399-4340 ariellar@yahoo. Specialization: Geochemistry. City University of New York. Building Technology Gelvin Stevenson. Pratt Institute. Community-Based Planning Ira Stern Visiting Assistant Professor.com Pat Fisher-Olsen Visiting Assistant Professor. M. Visiting Assistant Professor.M. Adaptive Reuse Techniques Catherine Zidar Visiting Assistant Professor. Specializations: Environmental Planning.nyc.. Columbia University Specialization: Downtown Revitalization Gita Nandan VVisiting Assistant Professor. Ph. Specialization: Historic Preservation Olympia Kazi Visiting Assistant Professor. Historic Preservation.com (718) 399-4340 olympiakazi@gmail. Affordable Housing Development Stephanie Feldman Visiting Assistant Professor.D Visiting Assistant Professor.com Christopher Neville Visiting Assistant Professor. Berkeley.org Norman Mintz Visiting Associate Professor. Specializations: Ecological Cities (212) 647-7532 lackerman@wmf. Ph. Water Quality Management (212) 647-7532 (718) 399-4340 paul@gaiainstituteny.P. Visiting Assistant Professor. Ph. Ecological Infrastructure (212) 647-7532 (718) 399-4340 czidar@pratt. PhD. Ph. Visiting Associate Professor. M.B. Specialization: Historic Preservation.S. Specialization: Historic Preservation and Real Estate Development Paul Mankiewicz.edu Kevin Wolfe. Columbia University. Specialization: Historic Preservation. Columbia University.edu Ramon Cruz Visiting Assistant Professor. Columbia University.C.D Visiting Assistant Professor.S. Specialization: Environmental Policy & Law (212) 647-7532 (718) 399-4340 katiekendall33@gmail..C.T. Vermont Law School. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.com Anne Hrychuk Visiting Assistant Professor.. M.. New York University. Pratt Institute.. Specialization: Environmental Planning & Sustainable Development (212) 647-7532 cneville@pratt. Columbia University. The State of University of New York.Arch.16th Edition .D. New York University. Candidate. M. M. M. R. Universita degli Studi di Firenze.P. M. Pratt Institute. Brooklyn Law School.Arch.org (718) 399-4340 Carol Clark Visiting Associate Professor.. New Jersey Institute of Technology Specializations: Waste Management (212) 647-7532 carolclark718@gmail. M. Ph.D..S. M.D.. PhD in Geology. Ph. Specialization: Sustainable Design (212) 647-7532 pfo104@aol.D..I.edu Page 108 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .S. Ph.com Jeanne Houck... Specializations: Historic Preservation. Pratt Institute. Ph.D Assistant Professor.com Lacey Tauber Visiting Assistant Professor. M. New York University.D. International Conservation (718) 399-4340 dchaky@pratt. Specialization: Green Architecture (212) 647-7532 nmintz@urbanmgmt. M. M.. Princeton University. Public History Katie Kendall Visiting Assisting Professor.com (718) 399-4340 sjgfeld@hotmail.A.A. Ph.. Washington University.. J.S. New York University.L.U. M. U. MSCRP. Laurea in Architettura.gov Jonathan Meyers Visiting Assistant Professor. Specialization: Historic Preservation. Specialization: Zoning.stevenson@gmail.D. Specializations: Historic Preservation.D. Specialization: Historic Architecture Robert Kulkowski. Specialization: Environmental Economics (212) 647-7532 (718) 399-4314 gelvin. D.Damon Chaky. Specializations: Environmental Planning.B.edu (718) 399-4340 istern@pratt. Columbia University. Toxics and Hazardous Materials VISITING FACULTY: HISTORIC PRESERVATION Lisa Ackerman Visiting Assistant Professor. Ph. L.A.S. Public History Ariella Rosenberg Maron Visiting Assistant Professor. Specialization: Environmental Planning (718) 399-4340 ltauber@pratt. Specialization: Historic Preservation.com Theodore Prudon..A. M. Ph.

in the course of study. each student can focus on one of four particular professional concentrations. To promote specialized or interdisciplinary study. Most students have had or. The PSPD welcomes applicants with undergraduate degrees in a wide range of disciplines. NY 11205 www. and the Pratt Center for Community Development.Programs for Sustainable Master of Science in Planning and Development City and Regional Planning PSPD is an alliance of four programs with a shared value placed on urban sustainability – defined by the “triple bottom line” of environment. each of which has its own faculty coordinator: • Community Development and Advocacy • Environmental Planning and Policy • Preservation Planning and Livable Cities • Physical Planning and Urbanism internships Virtually every student is assured the opportunity for an internship.edu 718-399-4340 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . and advocacy over technocracy. studio culture Studios bring together students from all four PSPD graduate programs for interdisciplinary teamwork. and economy: • City and Regional Planning • Environmental Systems Management • Historic Preservation • Facilities Management Each of the four graduate programs maintains its independence.16th Edition | Page 109 . in addition to intellectual capacity. In the application process. equity. the City and Regional Planning Program has remained true to its emphasis on an education that emphasizes practice over theory. with opportunity to combine study and advocacy. will gain work experience in the field – such that students learn from each other as well as from faculty. and depth of study. Since its inception 50 years ago. The primary mission of the PSPD is to provide a professionally oriented education to a student body with diverse cultural. with the opportunity to focus on real estate development. Brooklyn Law School. the PSPD values creativity. with opportunity for a joint Masters / Juris Doctor. Programs for Sustainable Planning and Development 200 Willoughby Avenue Brooklyn. yet with the advice of Coordinators and Chairs. participatory planning over top-down policy making.pratt. educational and professional backgrounds. usually in connection with a project of the Pratt Center for Community Development or another advocacy organization. civic engagement. students can move between the four programs. PSPD also offers linkages to: the Construction Management Program. and depth of experience. The studios tackle real planning challenges. degree. half of the credits are in elective seminars and studios. with the further option to follow set tracks for specialized or multifaceted studies or to pursue two degrees at less cost and time than would otherwise be the case. While by no means required.

... Department.....................................................edu MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement: Four year degree.......0 University: V-500/Q-600................ Thesis or Final Product: .............$890 per semester Master of City and Regional Studies Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Stephen D..........$10.................6 Annual Student Enrollment Applied MCRP MCRS 164 13 315 12 Accepted 119 6 199 10 Enrolled 55 6 93 6 Masters Specializations Environmental and Physical Planning.......................6 Hours of Restricted Electives ...... Suite 300 New Brunswick... V-500/Q-600...... Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10....................................15 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ......D program.......................................rutgers.................................................................N/A Hours of Restricted Electives ........44 Masters Specializations Environmental and Physical Planning..oral/written .............. Program Director E-mail:burchell@rutgers....................... May 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program.. Department: varies by year............................................632 per semester Application Fee .......................... varies by year.....rutgers.................... 3................48 Exams........9 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..............$6.................. Thesis.............................................. Urban and Community Development... Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy 33 Livingston Avenue.......... Housing and Real Estate....... Weston (732) 932-5475 x753 ejb@policy.............................125 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ........6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..... May 1 Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Ph......................... Professional report requirement PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINE.rutgers...................... Urban and Community Development................................... 93/213/550 Another advanced degree and/or international student with significant experience in field...............................policy...................................................... 30 Exam......18 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .......... but not required........ Transportation Policy and Planning Page 110 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .... 3.....0 University.................. MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .......... ........6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .................... Transportation Policy and Planning 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 MASTERS DEGREE Master of City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Stephen D...........18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses . some experience welcomed...... ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Four year degree............ New Jersey 08901-1987 Phone (732) 932-5475 ext......... Regional Planning and International Development.. January 15 In-State Tuition and Fees .....................D p rogram .1441 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ......edu Year Initiated: 1975 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10......................................... January 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Ph...........edu Robert Burchell.....RUTGERS................. Housing and Real Estate.16th Edition MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ......................................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program............... Comprehensive Exam ................ 542 Fax (732) 932-1771 http://www.924 per semester Out-of-State and International Tuition and Fees ..... THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Edward J....D...$65 Additional Fees: ........................ or Final Product: ....... Regional Planning and International Development.....................................edu MA/MS PAB Ph........ Weston (732) 932-5475 x 753 ejb@policy. 93/213/550 Not Required Four year degree.................

........Permanent Residents Male 6 40 3 1 6 6 6 Female 3 37 6 0 5 2 3 Total 9 77 9 1 11 8 9 University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement: Master’s or other advanced degree.........3 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2010 to 8/31/2010 1.. Disputed Relocation and Property Development in Shanghai..... Dissertation and Defense *Up to 24 credits can be transferred in from a prior graduate program ....... Science.....advance approval... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .16th Edition | Page 111 ...... Eligibility Criteria: Federal grant and loan criteria............15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................. Politics and Policy Analysis................ Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..149 Degrees Granted from 9/1/10 to 8/31/10 ... Department: varies by year......... Urban Design and Planning Policy: A Contexual Approach 2. Total Students 76 63 139 *Do not double count Hispanics.... Weston (732) 932-5475 x753 ejb@policy............ based upon admission Application........D......... 190-2005 3............. Land Use and Transportation. Eligibility Criteria: Federal grant and loan criteria..............edu Year initiated 1968 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.. DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ................... Environmental and Health Policy.........................0 University: V-500/Q-600......... Eligibility criteria: Merit and need-based aid.................... 72 Exams. Eligibility Criteria: Merit and need-based aid..................................... Qualifying Examination.......... The Impact of Affordable Housing on Taxable Property Valuation in a Poor City............. or Final Product: ........ University Financial Aid Office: Grants and loans.......... in Planning and Public Policy Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Stephen D....33 Other ........ Thesis Proposal.............. FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 8 7 15 School Awards: Fellowships and Assistantships... DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph...... 3......... 24 research credits Total Required Hours in Program... 93/213/550 Master’s or other advanced degree..... Urban and Regional Economics........ Thesis....... International Development DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.........rutgers........ Fellowships and Assistantships............FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION School Awards......... University Financial Aid Office: Grants and loans...... based upon admission application................ Doctoral Specializations Housing and Community Development...........

Poverty.policy.html *Do not double count Hispanics.rutgers. Cornell University (1982).edu James DeFilippis Associate Professor. Harvard University (1968). Rutgers University (1971). PLANNING FACULTY Hooshang Amirahmadi Professor. 556 Page 112 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Demographics. http://www.edu/faculty.edu/faculty. http://www. http://www.rutgers.policy. (2000) Rutgers University.policy. Ph. Ph. Planning Theory. Specializations: Community Development.D. Fiscal Impacts. Specializations: Urban Political Economy.rutgers.html (732) 932-3822 ext.rutgers. Burchell Professor.D. Community Development.edu James W.html (732) 932-3822 ext. MS(1985).policy. Ph.html (732) 932-4101 ext.edu Radha Jaganathan Associate Professor. Specializations: Real Estate Analysis. Public Sector Accounting.edu/faculty. Historic Preservation. 737 amirahma@rci. (1981) University of Chicago.html Male 1 18 3 0 1 0 1 Female 1 16 4 0 5 2 3 Total 2 34 7 0 6 2 4 (732) 932-3822 ext. Specializations: International Urban Development. 731 carolini@rci. 542 burchell@rci.html (732) 932-5475 ext.edu/faculty.html David Listokin Professor.B.rutgers. 546 lahr@rci. http://www.html (732) 932-3133 ext. Specializations: Demography. Urban Revitalization. Fiscal Impact Analysis. Urban and Regional Economics/Development.rutgers. Specializations: Economic Development. (1999) Rutgers University.policy.TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non. Land Use Planning Methods/ Theory. Development Finance http://www. MS. MS.policy.policy. http://www. MCRP (1971).Permanent Residents Gabriella Y.edu/faculty.rutgers. Urban and Regional Economics.rutgers. (1992) University of Pennsylvania. Specializations: Urban Politics.edu Kathe Newman Assistant Professor.edu Clinton J.D. Ph.edu 2 2 4 Total Students 26 33 59 Michael L.rutgers. Regional Policies. Planning Methods. PhD. http://www.D. PhD.rutgers.edu . Specializations: Housing. MA (1978).edu Robert W.D.. Analysis of Regional & State Economies http://www..rutgers. Ph. Hughes Professor and Dean.rutgers. Specializations: Housing & Real Estate Markets. Housing.policy.D... 756 jwhughes@rci. (1990) Massachusetts Institute of Technology.rutgers.D. Carolini Assistant Professor. MA (1996).edu/faculty. Bernard Baruch College (1971).D.policy. Energy Policy. (2008) Columbia University.rutgers..edu/faculty. http://www. 521 rlake@rci. 668 radha@rci. 550 listokin@rci. Ph. Nelessen Associate Professor. Specializations: Physical Planning. University of Dallas (1978).rutgers.rutgers.rutgers.D. Ph. (1978) Rutgers University.edu/faculty. Ph. Andrews Professor.16th Edition knewman@rci. Lahr Associate Research Professor.rutgers. Housing. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. Community Development. http://www.edu (732) 932-3133 ext. Neighborhood & C.rutgers. Ph.policy. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Lake Professor.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty. http://www. Specializations: Global Restructuring. 726 nelessen@rci. MPA. MS.edu (732) 932-3822 ext.rutgers.html (732) 932-3822 ext. Informal Settlements.policy.rutgers.edu/faculty. Rehabilitation. MA (1972). 734 jdefilip@rci. MCRP (1969).edu/faculty.html (732) 932-3822 ext. MDS (2002) Oxford University. Princeton University (1999).D.edu Robert W. Rutgers University (1996). Public and Child Welfare.rutgers. 721 cja1@rci. http://www.edu/faculty. Race/ Ethnicity & Planning. City University of New York (2001).edu (732) 932-3822 ext.rutgers.html (732) 932-3133 ext.html Anton E. Urban Design. Public Finance.

html Faculty Fellow. http://www.edu (732) 932-5680.rutgers. (1992) UNiversity of Pennsylvania.rutgers.B. Noland Professor.. 697 merobins@rci. Center Director.. LL. Columbia University (1969). SM. Restructured Electricity Markets. Ph. http://www. University of Pennsylvania. Urban and Industrial Policy.D.edu/faculty. Urban Applications of GIS. International Health. Specializations: Tourism. http://www. http://policy. MA and Ph. 570 glickman@rci. http://www. Government Regulation of Business. Development Finance.D. Wright State University (1971. 688 holcomb@rci. Urban Geography. 2001) Specializations: Energy Planning & Policy.rutgers. Specializations: Community Economic Development..B..rutgers. PhD. Specializations: Comprehensive Planning. Quantitative Methods. Popper Professor.rutgers.D. Seneca University Professor.policy. Public Sector Economics.rutgers.M.rutgers.rutgers.policy. A.edu/faculty Briavel Holcomb Professor. Environmental Health Policy.D. MA and Ph. Societal Impacts of the Internet. http://www. Specializations: International/Regional Economic Development.policy. Ohio State. 670 ffelder@rci.rutgers. Specializations: Workforce Development.D. MA and Ph. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1994.edu/faculty. Ph.rutgers. Brownfields.edu/faculty.html (732) 932-4100 ext. Specializations: Transit Development.rutgers. The Ohio State University (1975. University of Pennsylvania (1967.edu Stuart Meck Frank J. MBA. Environmental Policy. Specializations: Gender and Development. Reliability Analysis http://www. Ph. (1981) University of California.rutgers.rutgers. Ph. (1997). http://www. Ph. 689 fpopper@rci.html Joseph J. (2002) Harvard University.D. http://www.rutgers. Specializations: Transportaiton Planning. M. Center Director. 722 pucher@rci.policy. State and Local Economic Development and Finance.edu John R. http://www.edu/faculty. ext.policy.edu/faculty.16th Edition | Page 113 .edu/faculty. 714 vanhorn@rci.html (732) 932-3133 ext.. MA.html (732) 932-3822 ext.edu (732) 932-5475 ext. http://www.rutgers.edu (732) 932-4101 ext...rutgers.edu (732) 932-4101 ext. Ph.edu/faculty.rutgers. Planning Methods. 568 lyna@rci.edu/faculty. MA. University of Colorado (1967. Specializations: Urban Neighborhood Redevelopment. ext. Land Use Law & Regulation. Policy Analysis and Evaluation.rutgers.rutgers. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1978). The American West.policy. 640 stumeck@rci. 606 rnoland@rci. 1972).edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Frank Felder Associate Research Professor.edu (732) 932-6812 ext.D. University of Sussex (UK) (1975).rutgers.D. M. 546 lahr@rci.edu/faculty.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .edu Lyna Wiggins Associate Professor. State Politics. Nonprofit & Hybrid Organizational Forms.Robert B. Urban Economics.html (732) 932-3640. MPA(1969). Harvard University Law School (1967).html (732) 932-3133 ext.policy. MA and Ph.policy. Berkeley. 757 seneca@rci.html (732) 932-3822 ext. Transit System Access. 1969).rutgers.html Meredeth Turshen Professor.policy.rutgers. 681 trushen@rci.edu (732) 932-4101 ext. (1972) Stanford University. Robins Faculty Fellow.rutgers. Third World Social Policy.edu/faculty. (1972) Harvard University.edu Julia Sass Rubin Assistant Professor.policy. http://www.rutgers.policy.edu/faculty.html (732) 932-6812 ext. Urban Impact Analysis. Transit System Planning. Specializations: Environmental Policy and Regulation. MS (1986).D.html Martin E. Pucher Professor.edu Michael Greenberg Professor and Associate Dean.rutgers.. Specializations: Geographic Information Science.policy.edu/faculty.rutgers. Specializations: Urban Transportation. New York University (1961). 1981).policy. 1976). Affordable Housing http://www.A. (1990).rutgers. http://www. Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management.S.edu/faculty.D. 673 mrg@rci.html (732) 932-5475 ext. MA and Ph.D.html Carl Van Horn Professor.rutgers. Regional and Environmental Policy.edu Norman Glickman University Professor.

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D.Sc.D. B.C. Property Tax Reform in Ontario. 1994). Professional Practice. (USC).00 scholarship for students with an A. 1972) M. Ph. Yale.A. (Boston College.L. Specializations: Urban Design. (Manitoba.H. Specializations: Environmental Planning. 1984) .A. Landscape & Ecological Design. (Planning) (Toronto. RPP Paul Bedford Adjunct Professor. 1998). Specializations: Homelessness and Social Housing. (McGill.R. MUP (China). 6772 swebber@ryerson. (Pakistan. (University of Western Ontario. B. (Montréal. Environmental Risk Assessment. RPP Assistant Professor. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Hons.. 1991). Springer MCIP. PhD (Toronto.I. (Queen's. (York.D. (Toronto. Ph. RPP.Sc.00 per student Number of Award and amount of each depends on funding available. India.Arch (China).R. (416) 979-5000 ext 6769 nm.D. (Toronto.urb. (Illinois). (Princeton.A. 1994). 1968) M. B.A. 6768 amborski@ryerson.6771 rkeeble@ryerson. MSc (Public Policy and Public Administration) (London School of Economics and Political Science). MSc (U of T) Ronald Keeble Professor. Graduate Program Director. Urban Ecology. RPP Professor.ca MCIP. Environmental Design. M. 2000). Specializations: Land-use and Site Planning / Design. (North Carolina). PhD (Waterloo). B. Policy Evaluation. 6767 sagrawal@ryerson. March. Cand. (Toronto) Ph. 1973). (University of Western Ontario.(U. B. Specializations: Land Use Policy. MCP. 1991). Specializations: Community Development Practices in Latin America. RPP. (Economics) (Toronto.ca Pamela Hitchcock Professor Emerita.P.P. Hazardous Facility Siting (416) 979-5000 ext. Policy. and Land Development (416) 979-5000 ext. B. Specializations: Supply Chain/Logistics Management.robinson@ryerson.Sc. (Toronto) M. 1971) M. Tourism Development.ca Zhixi Cecilia Zhuang Assistant Professor.A. 1973) Ph. Multiculturalism and Planning Policies. AICP Professor. MCIP.FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Ryerson University Graduate Scholarship (RGS) – $7000.C. 1981).S (Waterloo) Professor. Growth Management Strategies. M.S. Social Planning B. Multicultural Planning.Sc.Arch. Prin. B. 1996).lister@ryerson. Specializations: Municipal Capacity-building.E. 1978). 1973) M. 6762 pamela.D. OAA. Harv.P. (Waterloo. Revitalization and Urban Growth. B. B.L.com Murtaza Haider Associate Professor.C.E. (Queen's. Specializations: Urban Sustainability. (Toronto. Breuer Professor Emeritus. (Waterloo).ca MCIP. Strategic Planning. Strategic Planning Practice in Ontario and Eastern Europe (416) 979-5000 ext. B.7314 mkosny@ryerson. ecostello@airdberlis. Ph.ca MCIP. Cross-cultural Studies. M.A. (Western). BA (Toronto) M. M. Landscape Urbanism.Sc. Ethnic Enclaves.A. RPP Steven Webber Assistant Professor. (York.haider@ryerson.A. 1974) M. Urban Governance. Development Charges. M. (IIT-Roorkee. MRAIC Professor. Immigration Settlement. (Oklahoma. (Queen's..average or higher Number of Scholarships depends on funding available Ryerson University Graduate Award – Maximum amount $6500. RPP David Amborski AFFILIATED FACULTY Nancy Alcock Instructor. B. Design Review. 2003). 1982). M.C. Public Engagement and Progressive Pedagogy.A. RPP. 1974) Ph. Environmental Planning. Interim Assoc. 7049 pushchak@ryerson. 6765 laltrows@ryerson. 6766 springer@ryerson. (Idaho.D. Planning Ethics and Theory Paul M.ca Joseph H. Retailing.P. BSc (Carleton).E. B. B. Biodiversity Conservation (416) 979-5000 x 2480 murtaza. (Rutgers.ca ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Cross-appointed with School of Occupational and Public Health.P.Sc.A. (University of Toronto. Travel Demand Forecasting.C.S. Edible Landscapes & Food Security.I.ca MCIP. 2001). Infrastructure Investment Analysis.A. International Development. MCIP.A.16th Edition | Page 117 . (416) 979-5000 ext. (416) 979-5000 ext.ca (416) 979-5000 ext. RPP Nina-Marie Lister Associate Professor.C. (416) 979-5000 ext. 1992) M. 1974/78) Ph. MCIP. (Brock. Specializations: Urban Design. Financial Feasibility (416) 979-5000 ext.ca MCIP. M. 1971) M.R.ca Eileen Costello Mitchell Kosny. (Wheaton). Pl. 1976) . 6806 (416) 979-5000 ext. Specializations:Urban/ex-urban Parklands. LLB (Toronto 2001). Community Development (416) 979-5000 ext.A. Various Graduate Assistant positions are available through the School of Urban and Regional Planning Pamela Robinson MCIP. 1999). Immigration and Settlement.A). Lawrence Altrows Professor. Specialization: Municipal and Land Use Planning Law.PL. School Director. AB. Affordable Housing. RPP Ronald Pushchak George Kapelos Professor. B.P. 1970) M. RPP Interim School Director.A. Specializations: Municipal Finance. Pl. PLANNING FACULTY Sandeep Kumar Agrawal MCIP.D.

(Cornell. AICP Professor Emeritus. Specialization: Municipal Finance.A. PhD (York. (Queen’s. (Pl. RPP. 1971). Ethnic Enclave. NEW James Mars MCIP. B.ca Cheryl Teelucksingh Associate Professor. (Urban and Regional Planning) (Ryerson).A. B. (Calgary.P (Rhode Island. 2001). (Queen’s).C.S. Statistics.D.Sc.D. LLB(Queen's. Multiculturalism in Planning. Third World Planning.A. Applied Geographical Information Systems.A. M. RPP Beth Moore Milroy Professor Emerita.ca Don Verbanac Instructor. B.A. (Natal).R. Dipl. Specializations: Environmental Justice. A. 6764 jmars@ryerson.R.I. 1976) Ph. 1969) M. Specializations: The Public Realm.R. M. M. 1966).A.Sc.A. M. Page 118 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . 1981) . 1962). M. M. Kusner Professor Emeritus.A.C. Specialization: Development Law.C. 1996).A. (Budapest). B.) (Toronto). PhD Candidate (Calgary). B.A.B (Osgoode Hall) Harold Madi Instructor. PhD (Columbia. Gender and Planning bmilroy@ryerson. Property Tax Legislation. 1995). M. 1974). llongo@airdberlis. (Toronto. (Toronto). Rural Planning Mq35@hotmail.P. (Pl) (Toronto).ca FCIP. (Toronto. (Cornell. almos.P.A. (Manitoba). (Montréal.Sc. 1987). 1977). 6213 teeluck@ryerson. Arch. M. Urban Sustainability. B.com Mohammad Qadeer FCIP. (Urban and Regional Planning) (Ryerson). Specializations: Transportation Planning.I. 1974). M. B.A. Ian Lord Senior Instructor. (Brown. (British Columbia. (London.B.ca Leo Longo B. Town Planning (London).(Toronto. 1979). M. 1973). Survey Research.Sc.P.16th Edition . M. (McGill. (UBC). Municipal Law.C.P Almos Thomas Tassonyi B. Planning Analysis.tassonyi@ontario.urb.S. M. 1974) M.C.Michael E. M.com Eva Samery Professor Emerita. 1973) Ph. M. (416) 979-5000 Ext. (Greece.P. RPP Adjunct Professor. Regional Planning and Policy (416) 979-5000 ext.Arch. LL. R. and Ethno-racial and Immigrant Settlement Patterns. Socio-spatial Theory.C.I. Arch.I. Specializations: Multiculturalism..A. Information Technology.

.............24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................................................................. Tegeler Hall – Suite 300W Saint Louis.............................edu Robert A....................................................... Green Economic Development................................................. Sustainable Development Masters Specializations Community Development Economic Development MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 3..edu Dr...... Sarah Coffin Associate Professor......... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...................slu. Specializations: Research in Public Policy Analysis......... Georgia Institute of Technology............9 Hours of Restricted Electives ..... 45 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2010-2011 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Male 2 14 1 0 0 0 0 0 17 Female 1 2 4 0 0 1 1 2 11 Total 3 16 5 0 0 1 1 2 28 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES.. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 ..2 *Do not double count Hispanics..............36 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ..................0 None Specified None Specified Inferential Statistics (314) 977-3934 coffinsl@slu................................edu Year Initiated: 1998 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10..........$40 Additional Fees: .0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program............................................................. Cropf E-mail: cropfra@slu.................. University of Connecticut.edu MA/MS ACSP Member: Full MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ................................................................................................................................................................. N/A Application Fee ...... PhD................................... PhD..... Missouri 63103 Phone (314) 977-3934 Fax (314) 977-1616 www...... Scott Cummings Professor..SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY Urban Planning and Real Estate Development 3550 Lindell Blvd.................................................................16th Edition | Page 119 ....................... Specializations: Research in Brownfields......... (314) 977-3934 sbcummo1@slu..................$935/cr Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ........0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .................................. PLANNING FACULTY Dr..............12 Other ................................ 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees: ....... Evaluation............................................................................... July 1......edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ................. None Annual Student Enrollment Applied 09/10 Masters 27 10/11 23 Accepted 09/10 16 10/11 14 Enrolled 09/10 7 10/11 10 Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Residents Total Students MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban Planning and Real Estate Development Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Pamela Samuels (314) 977-3934 psamuels@slu..February 1................ Urban Policy Development......................... 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 ............................

Urban Affairs. FYI Master's Degree in Urban Planning and Real Estate Development The mission of the program in Urban Planning and Real Estate Development is to provide a center for education. Saint Louis University. Urban Policy Analysis. New York University.edu Peter W. each workshop/studio introduces a new problem to be resolved and new skills to be commanded. Urban Community and Civic Culture.edu Dr. Building Specialization: The program offers each student the opportunity to enhance his or her interests by specializing in one of three areas of oncentration.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Dr.edu E. Mary Domahidy Associate Professor. Allan Tomey Instructor. Specializations: Research in Public Finance. Urban and Rural Amenities. and concentration. JD. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne. Similarly. Program Design UPRED is a 45-credit hour program. Whether you are working on neighborhood. James Gilsinan Professor. Key elements are the studio/workshop courses. The problems of urban decline and disinvestment are not unique to St. Louis. PhD. (314) 977-3934 monti@slu. (314) 977-2770 salsichp@slu. Univeristy of Colorado.. community dialogue and research to support urban growth. The skills and competencies gained in the program are designed to develop local. AB.edu Dr. Specializations: Urban Redevelopment. (314) 977-3934 domahimr@slu. Specializations: Regional and Community Economic Development: Urban-Rural Linkages. Contracts. Specializations: Research in Employment and Training.edu Why Include Real Estate? Land and land transactions are fundamental aspects of development and revitalization. Louis region is our primary focus. PhD. problems caused by population growth on the urban fringe and changing employment locations are not just symptomatic of life in urban areas of the United States.edu Page 120 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Housing and Community Development. land transactions are a critical aspect of "making the deal. Specializations: Land Use Regulation/Real Estate Transactions. Professor. (314) 977-3934 gilsinanjf@slu. Ph. and revitalization in the St. and global perspectives. Public Sector Organizations. The concentrations are: o Real Estate Development o Economic Development o Community Development (314) 977-3934 cropfra@slu. Business Community Relations. teamwork. Dr. but our search for ideas and solutions is national and global. land use laws. infill-housing. PhD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Gangs. and leadership capacity in handling active planning problems.D." A basic understanding of financial concepts. Building on the previous semester. Organization Studies. Public Policy Analysis. Saint Louis University. Property. Northwestern University. UPRED works with and on issues that run the gamut of human settlement and sustainable development. regional.16th Edition . Specializations: Criminal Justice. Salsich. Louis region and globally. (314) 977-3934 jganning@slu. or attracting a major industry to increase employment. (314) 977-3934 tomeya@slu. PhD. and the Economic Role of Universities in Regions. and the language of real estate transactions are important to both public sector and private sector professionals.Dr. Joanna Ganning Assistant Professor. Specializations: Research in Public Policy Analysis. Jr. Civil Unrest. Robert Cropf Associate Professor/Chair. Strategic Planning. The workshop/studio courses are intended to develop your technological. The St. Dan Monti Professor. Qualitative Methods. internship. Urban History.

........: ............................................16th Edition | Page 121 .................43-45 units Total Units to Graduate:.................edu/~advising/ ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .............. USP 603/604: Public Service Internship and Internship Seminar USP 680: Senior Seminar 5.. PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES.......) Introductory Seminar and Social Science perspectives: drawing upon the basic social science disciplines to provide a broad-based understanding of urban growth and change: USP 401: Seminar in Urban Studies and Planning Cross-disciplinary Social Science courses: (Two of the following courses) USP 432: Urban Geography USP 470: City in a Global Society USP 512: Urban Politics USP 535: Urban Economics 2................SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Urban Studies and Planning 1600 Holloway Ave San Francisco.......gov/ Advising Center http://www................…………...Add $372 per unit Application Fee: ........................................edu/~bulletin/courses/urbs...................................................A............ November 30 Financial Aid Deadline: ............................) Electives/Foci of Interest: Electives are courses focusing on particular issue areas in which the theoretical and analytic approaches developed in the core courses are applied to critical contemporary issues........edu/urbs/urban-action........sfsu..120 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION http://www.................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline:...sfsu............................ land use planning.............................html UNDERGRADUATE MINOR Urban Studies and Planning UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core: ...................... Urban Studies) .................014 * ..........edu/urbs/ E-mail: dusp@sfsu.. CA 94132 http://bss...............csac..............) Fieldwork and Practical applications: internship and research project providing carefully supervised hands-on experience in both a realworld work setting (the internship) and practicum (the senior seminar)............................... This allows students to develop familiarity and some expertise in a public policy area.) Research methods and data analysis: USP 492: Research Methods USP 493: Data Analysis 3.. Major urban planning and policy areas include housing and community development.......................................8 Unrestricted Electives: ........edu/~finaid/ FAFSA: www.......edu Phone: (415) 338-1178 .March 2nd In-State Tuition and Fees: .........................................................................sfsu..........htm Urban Action-A Journal of Urban Affairs http://bss...........15 Restricted Electives: ............ sustainable development..............fafsa........................edu......Professor and Department Chair Phone: (415) 338-7045 E-mail: pamuk@sfsu..sfsu..........238-$5............752 Student Resources: Urban Studies and Planning Courses and Descriptions http://www.....edu Degrees Granted 1967-2009 (B........................0 Total requirements for B.........014 Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............gov Cal Grants: http://www...........) Foundation course in policy or planning: developing the conceptual and analytic approaches necessary for effective action intended to address current urban issues............sfsu.....................$3.............................................A......... USP 480: Policy Analysis USP 658: Land Use Planning 4..$3......................................................edu BA ACSP Member: Affiliate The core requirements consist of courses which develop a solid foundation in the five major areas of the curriculum: 1...ca...............238-$5......................Fax: (415) 338-2391 Ayse Pamuk...22 Hours of Practice: ............ and social policy.............................. $55 Year Established: 1967 Total Undergraduates Enrolled (2000): 110 Degrees Conferred 2008-2009 (Urban Studies): 34 UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies and Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Ayse Pamuk (415) 338-1178 pamuk@sfsu.....

Arch. B. M. (415) 338-7045 pamuk@sfsu. (1992). B. City University of New York. M.edu Page 122 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Kansas State University. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Ph. M Arch (2001). Urban Poverty. (1989). (1983). (1988). Middle East Technical University. University of California. (1979).C. B.P. M. (415) 338-7520 raquelrp@sfsu. Research Methods & GIS. University of California. (1994). Social Psychology. Ph. Boalt Hall Law School. (1987). Green Collar Jobs.. Urban Housing Policy. Ph. Harvard University.edu Carol Silverman Lecturer.A. New Delhi. Specializations: Sustainable Urban Development. (1969). Environmental Justice. Aegean University. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Quantitative Methods.edu Richard LeGates Professor Emeritus. (415) 338-3689 ashokdas@sfsu. (1987). Graduate Center of New York. M.D.C. Sociology (1983).S. Berkeley.edu AFFILIATED FACULTY Linda Day Lecturer. University of California.A. Qualitative Research Methods.D.P.Arch. Specializations: Land Use Law. Community Food Security.D.edu Ayse Pamuk Professor. B. (415) 405-3495 mjrubin@sfsu. Syracuse University. School of Planning and Architecture. M.A.edu Jasper Rubin Assistant Professor. Sustainable Development. Ph. M. M. Specializations: Neighborhood & Community Design. University of California. (1968).A. carolsil@sfsu. Specializations: Social Policy.16th Edition . J.P. Los Angeles.D. Social Science (1970).D. Ph. (415) 338-2875 dlegates@sfsu.D. B. International Development and Planning. (2008). Regional Planning. International Development and Planning. Specializations: Land Use Planning. Quantitative Methods & GIS. University of Maryland. (1996). (1995) University of Maryland.D.C.A. day@sfsu. (2001). Berkeley. Specializations: Research Methods. Berkeley.edu Raquel Rivera Pinderhughes Professor.PLANNING FACULTY Ashok Das Assistant Professor.. Research Methods. (2003).A. (1984). Waterfront Development. India. (1965). Specializations: Housing and Community Development. Kansas State University. Ph. Social Networks.

..................SAN JOSÉ STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Urban and Regional Planning One Washington Square San José. Application Fee ............................................................Fall: March 15.............................. Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 121 105 76 35 52 32 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Masters Male 5 46 4 0 8 1 0 0 59 Female 10 53 3 0 13 0 0 17 86 Total 15 99 7 0 21 1 0 17 145 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Hilary Nixon. MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..... Graduate Advisor (408) 924-5852 hilary................. $7........9 Hours of Restricted Electives ..............................................................000).. Applications of Technology in Planning.... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.... 3..........459 per semester Full time........edu Year Initiated: 1970 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.................................. Spring: TBD Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 . Eligibility Criteria: Research Assistantship positions are projectdependent.......... Amount of stipend varies by hours............43 Masters Specializations Community Design and Development.. California 95192-0185 Phone (408) 924-5882 Fax (408) 924-5872 E-mail: urbplan@email.... Thesis or Final Product: ..........200).................. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .................................edu/urbanplanning Dayana Salazar..... Planning Report or Thesis for 6 units Note: 180 hours of professional work or internship experience required... $55 Additional Fees: ..... Two Departmental Awards ($500 to $1......18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..... Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees: ..................nixon@sjsu.5 (University).....................................................................0 recommended on last two years of undergraduate work (Department) Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Residents Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics....................edu www..........................................sjsu...........Fall: March 15..............................................salazar@sjsu............. Eligibility Criteria: Distinguished academic record and outstanding service to the department and the profession.................. Environmental Planning MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 2......sjsu..................995 per semester Full time......6 units Report or Thesis Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............... Department Chair Phone (408) 924-5854 E-mail: dayana................ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline for Domestic Students............16th Edition | Page 123 .....15 Other .....edu Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: Full GRE recommended but not required (Department) 550/213: University Personal statement........000 to $9......................... Spring: TBD Admission Deadline for International Students.............. $2...............................709 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ........................................................................March 2 In-State Tuition and Fees: ............. None FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Eight Graduate Research Assistantships per year ($1..........0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..... transcripts and three letters of recommendation............48 Exam... PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES................

Buffalo.gov Dana A.com Page 124 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Specializations: Political science. M. Specializations: Historic Preservation.eastwood@pln.D.nixon@sjsu. Specializations: Policy Analysis.co. MA (1975) and Ph. MS (1984). Community Development.us (408) 924-5565 terrychr@email.santa-clara. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Social Planning. (408) 924-5853 asha. MCP (1974) University of Pennsylvania. Industrial Ecology. San Diego.D. (1972) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Davidson Lecturer: BA (1986) University of Chicago. MCP (1990) University of Cincinnati.Pogodzinski@sjsu. (408) 924-5421 J.lee@pacbell.net Richard Kos Lecturer: AICP. MUP (2002) San José State University.PLANNING FACULTY Asha Weinstein Agrawal Associate Professor: BA (1993) Harvard University.D.com Benjamin Grant Lecturer: BA (1995) Columbia University. MCP (1986).16th Edition . Ph.davidson@sanjoseca.gov (408) 924-5852 hilary. Berkeley.mathur@sjsu.edu Mike Pogodzinski Professor: BS (1973) Cornell University. MA (1995) Cornell University. (1986) Javeriana University. Public Finance. (2002) University of California.weinstein. Dayana M.gov (408) 535-7895 john. Computer Aided Visualization.co. (408) 299-5792 rob. Damkroger Lecturer: BA and BBA (1981) Southern Methodist University.com Hilary Nixon Associate Professor: BA (1993) University of Rochester. (925) 930-7100 dr.brilliot@sanjoseca.gov Walter Rask Rob L.agrawal@sjsu. MRP (1995) University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. MCP (1999) University of California. Matthew Krupp Lecturer: BA (1996) University of Illinois. Specializations: Transportation Planning.edu Richard Lee Lecturer: AICP. Prevetti Lecturer: BS (1981) and MS (1984) University of California. New Delhi. (408) 924-5875 shishir.us (408) 795-1878 walterrask@yahoo. Specializations: Historic Preservation. MA (1995) San Diego State University.edu (408) 277-4576 cdamkroger@hotmail. (2006) University of California. Specializations: Land Use Planning. Ph. MArch (1985) MIT. Bogotá. MUP (1997) School of Planning and Architecture. Ph. (1980) State University of New York at Stony Brook. Growth Management. Transportation and Land Use Integration. Christensen Professor: BA (1966) Stanford University. (2002) University of California Irvine.edu (415) 227-0833 rickkos@mindspring.ezzet@gmail. Ph. Specializations: Land Use Planning.r. (408) 945-5182 matt. MCP (2003) University of California Berkeley.salazar@sjsu. Lecturer: BA (1972) University of California. (415) 333-1165 roxanne. Peak Lecturer: BS (1989) University of California. and Resource Management. (408) 535-7901 laurel.D.Arch. (408) 535-7844 Reena. and Communication Skills for Planners. MUP (2002 ) State University of New York. Ph. Specializations: Transportation Planning and Finance.edu Shishir Mathur Associate Professor: B.prevetti@sanjoseca.ca. Irvine. Santa Cruz. Urbana-Champaign. and urban studies. local and state politics. (2003) University of Washington.ca. BA (1978) Carleton College.Arch. Berkeley. MA (1986) and MCP (2000) University of California.w. Tiruchirappalli. (415) 298-1579 benjamingrant@sbcglobal. Berkeley.santa-clara.D. Specializations: Urban Design.sjsu. (408) 299-5798 dana.krupp@sanjoseca. Specializations: Environmental Planning. and Site Planning.peak@pln. Strategic Planning and Management. History. MA (1998) Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems and Community Planning.D.net (408) 924-5854 dayana. Courtney A. Urban Design. Architecture. Specializations: Urban and Regional Economics. Salazar Professor: B.com Laurel R. (1995) University of California Berkeley. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy. Waste Management. BS (1989) Rutgers.M.edu Reena Brilliot Lecturer: BA (2001) Pitzer College. Ph. Berkeley.Sc. John E. Eastwood Lecturer: BA (1995) Occidental College. Specializations: Urban Design. Planning History. Davis. Specializations: Communication Skills for Planners. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Terry L. (1994) London School of Economics and Political Science. (1995) Regional Engineering College. and Applied Econometrics. Specializations: Participatory Community Planning.D. MA (1996) National University. Specializations: Housing. Roxanne Ezzet-Lofstrom Lecturer: BA (1988) University of California at San Diego.

(415) 897-6929 c_rivasplata@hotmail. MSc (1996) University of Technology. Ramat Gan. (1997) University of San Francisco. (415) 864-2954 sokolowsky@earthlink. Darmstadt. as well as specialized training in planning sub-fields.D.com David A.16th Edition | Page 125 .gov ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Institutional Integration. Specializations: Planning and Environmental Law. Berkeley.com Hing Wong Lecturer: BA (1984) University of California. Chico. Israel. (831) 336-9566 sugarangel@cruzio. A special mission of the program is to provide planning education opportunities for a diverse student population. Ph. FYI San José State University’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning is uniquely poised to educate future and current planning professionals and to generate innovative research to further the discipline. Specializations: Architecture and Urban Design. JD (1990) University of the Pacific.D. Graduates also become familiar with cutting-edge planning concepts and applications that are evolving locally in the Silicon Valley and larger Bay Area. Vasquez Lecturer: BA (1976) San Francisco State University.D. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy. Rivasplata Lecturer: BA (1980). Berkeley. Ph. (408) 264-3432 linial3@gmail. MA (1983). JD (1990) University of the Pacific.net Keith A. Sugar Lecturer: BA (1986) San Francisco State University. MA (1987) California State University. (2008) The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. (2006) University of California. Germany. The department offers graduate study leading to the degree of Master of Urban Planning. Faculty and students engage in public service projects designed to assist local communities in addressing topical planning issues. Ed. Specializations: Computer Graphics for Urban-Design Visualization and Sustainable urban Design.ca. MA (2000) Bar Ilan University.Charles R. including working students who prefer to attend the program on a part-time basis. Specializations: Transportation Planning. and Regional Governance. The university is located in downtown San José. The program trains skilled professionals who graduate with a strong education in general planning practice and theory. (415) 722-7167 dvasquez@aol. Davis. MS (1990). MUP (1996) San José State University. The department takes advantage of its urban location by collaborating with local planning agencies and through hands-on work with community-based organizations. the largest city in Northern California and the capital of Silicon Valley.com Yifat Rodeh Lecturer: BA (1988). (925) 549-2000 ingw@abag. Specializations: Quantitative Methods. Transportation Planning.com Heidi Sokolowsky Lecturer: BSc (1990). one of the most rapidly changing and socially complex metropolitan areas of the nation. and MCP (1991) University of California. while also providing students with real-world professional experience.

...........870 per year Other: ....... None Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program.......edu http://www............16th Edition ..................$12..................................................173 per year Masters Specializations Environmental and Land-Use Planning.....................................18 Page 126 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...........5 2.Research paper as part of core.................. Smith..............................................................0 (Department) Not Required 213 Not Required Good writing.......... March 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: .8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program: .........................$4.......................................... 0 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ............... March 15 In-State Tuition and Fees: ..................... 18 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ..............$40 Additional Fees: ......................................... Housing........................4 Hours of Restricted Electives ............................................................and SEVIS fee for International Students Application Fee ............860 per year MASTERS DEGREE Master Regional Planning in Urban & Regional Planning Contact Person: Catherine T.................................... Associate Professor and Director Phone: (518) 442-4775 E-mail: lawsonc@albany.......$75 Additional Fees: .......370 per year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .................. Not required FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 56% of Incoming Freshmen Receive Financial Aid Eligibility Criteria: Need-Base Merit-Base Scholarships Eligibility Criteria: GPA Average 95/100 SAT Average 1341 PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES...................................................................................................edu BA/BS PAB MA/MS PAB PAB ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Departmental Requirement: High School Diploma or Equivalent 90/100 Average 1100 Average Self-Selective UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ...........................Thesis or Final Product: ................. Urban and Regional Information Systems MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution & GPA 2.....................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ...................................................27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .....................$979 Mandatory Health Insurance ..............................48 Exam.....................5 (University)/ 3............970 per year Out-of-State and International Tuition and Fees: ................edu/gp Christopher J................................................ Transportation Planning.... Local Economic Development and Community Planning....................................................................edu Year Initiated: 1982 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/16/10........................... computer and verbal skills............................. Department Chair Phone (518) 442-3249 E-mail:cjsmith@albany................................................... New York 12222 Phone (518) 442-4636 Fax (518) 442-4742 E-mail: planners@albany.. Written and oral comprehensive exam Year initiated:1994 Degrees Granted through 6/30/10......203 Degrees Granted from 7/1/09 to 6/30/10 ... 18 Hours of Studio Courses .... 1400 Washington Avenue Albany.........364 Degrees Granted from 8/25/09 to 5/16/10 ........778 Mandatory Health Insurance .................................................. 36 Thesis or Final Product ....................................................................... Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 60 58 58 56 53 54 49 57 43 53 49 54 Undergraduate Masters UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA in Interdisciplinary Major in Urban Studies and Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Christopher J.......................... 0 Hours of Restricted Elective .........................19 GRADUATE DEADLINES....................albany..and SEVIS fee for International Students Application Fee: ............... 0 Other ................................................................................................................................................................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 for Masters program ...................................................................................................$13.........................................................................$8...............................................................$1.... Smith (518) 442-3249 cjsmith@albany.......................................250 per year Other: ................ graphic..$1...................$1....................................................................................................................................................... March 1 Financial Aid Deadline .................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline ........................STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY Department of Geography and Planning AS-218................................edu MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .......................................... Lawson...............................................................

PhD (1974) University of Michigan.SUNY. Specializations: History of Ideas in Planning and Development. London School of Economics (1968). MA (1971). MS Lanzhou University. Rutgers University. Florida State University (2000). BA Florida State Univeristy.(1969). BA. Quantitative Methods. MA. MS.Permanent Residents (518) 442-4595 dalewis@albany. (518) 442-4777 j. (518) 5491-8563 qmeng@albany. BA. (1970). (1968). Gender Studies. Specializations: Urban Geography.edu Total Students 29 21 50 John S. M. MS University of Georgia (2005).hD. Urban Geography.pipkin@albany. Brownfield Redevelopment. MA. London School of Economics (1993).D.. Community Development.. Wesleyan University (1966). Ph.P. Population Geography. Pipkin Distinguished Service Professor. MA. Case Studies of Planning Effectiveness. TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.. (1989) University at Buffalo .edu Qingmin Meng Gene Bunnell Associate Professor. GIScience & Open Source Geospatial Technology.edu Corianne P. Smith Professor and Department Chair. PLANNING FACULTY Ray Bromley AICP Professor. (1975) Cambridge University. (518) 591-8561 cscally@albany.. Specializations: Housing. (1995) Peking University.FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 2.edu AICP (518) 442-3249 cjsmith@albany. (1998) Portland State University. Globalization and Economic Restructuring. Specializations: Urban Design. Specializations: GIS. (518) 442-4779 jmower@albany. AITE are transportation Scholarships awarded on basis of GPA and research project summary. Urbanization and Migration.D. (1997). Built Environment. (518) 442-4792 yhuang@albany. Mower Associate Professor. (1995). Ph.. Ph.edu James E. MCRP. Social Problems..D. (1973). University of Georgia (2006). Infrastructure Finance and Privatization.. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. BA. International Development.5 Assistantship Lines. BSc. Quantitative Methods & Data Management. BA.S. (2001) University of California. (1992). Research. Lewis Associate Professor. Specializations: Regional Planning and Regional Science. (1994). MA.16th Edition | Page 127 . Assistantships.bromley@albany.edu Christopher J. AA Diploma. MCRP. Specializations: Land-Use Planning and Growth Management. Los Angeles. PhD.edu (518) 442-4469 gbunnell@albany. AITE Scholarships. Story-Telling in Planning. Ph. MS. (518) 442-4775 lawsonc@albany. Michigan (1970). MURP (1997). China (1997). (1997). China. GIS. (1977) SUNY at Geneseo. Qualitative Methods. Freight. BA. Plus Standard Student Loan Program. Harvard University (1969).. Scally Male 1 28 1 0 1 0 0 0 Female 0 15 3 1 1 0 0 1 Total 1 42 4 1 2 0 0 1 Assistant Professor. Ph. as related to specific assignments. Lawson Associate Professor. (1981) Indiana University. MA. (1998).D. Coupled Human & Natural Systems. East Asian Studies.. (518) 442-4766 r.D. 1 Targeted Fellowship Lines. Shandon Normal University. Visiting Associate Professor. (2007). (2003) Rutgers University. Ph. (1974) Northwestern University. *Do not double count Hispanics.. Quantitative Methods. Eligibility Criteria: Strong academic record and suitability for TA or RA work. (1989). BA. Local and Regional Economic Development.. Western Washington University (1988). Catherine T.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Youqin Huang Assistant Professor. Forest & Natural Resources.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Housing Policy. BA. Urban... Ph. Specializations: Migration Studies.edu David A.. Architecture Association (1970). Specializations: Transportation Planning. MPH. BA.D. Automated Cartography.D.. (1970) University of Sheffield. Community Development and Neighborhood Planning. Specializations: Remote Sensing. P.

And they may change their specialities or their focus long after they leave school in response to on-thejob experiences or the opportunity for new challenges. Specializations: GIS. S. Specializations: GIS.edu Rocco Ferraro Patricia E. (518) 442-4770 thyag@energyanswers. Specializations: Planning Law and Environmental Law. SUNY. Water Resources. Specializations: Land-Use Planning. BA. Preservation and Heritage Planning. (518) 453-0850 rocky@cdrpc. MA. Many planners work in small cities. Albany Law School.M. Land-Use Law.Paul M. Health and Recreation. within those areas they may provide assistance on a variety of substantive issues from land use to transportation. Boston Univeristy School of Law (1976). BA. Site Planning. Some planners work on projects which will be undertaken within a year or two while others focus their efforts on projects many years in the future. Harvard College (1965). JD. University of Bombay (1959). Bray Adjunct Faculty.. Powers. planners may move back and forth between jobs in the public.edu (518) 442-4770 Adjunct Faculty. in rural areas. Water Resources. AB.. JD. Growth Management. Specializations: Parks. Albany Law School. Boston University (1965). SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (1994). (518) 588-0743 FabozziTM@aol. While you may think of planning as an urban activity. (1996).16th Edition . (518) 442-4778 trails2k@aol.com AICP (518) 442-4770 jreppert@albany. University at Albany . Rutgers University (1973).. P.. Albright College (1982). Applied Demography. BA. Urban Design. LL. Columbia University (1968). Reppert AICP Adjunct Faculty.. BA. BA University of Michigan. (2002). James E. MA. and private sectors over the course of their career. Trails and Greenways. BA Cum Laude. Adjunct Faculty.Empire State College.. Erica L. MCRP.com Kathleen O'Connor. Adjunct Faculty.. JD. New Urbanism. Boston University (1971). MCRP.com WHAT DO PLANNERS DO? In their jobs. Growth Management.org (518) 445-2351 psalk@albanylaw. Olson Adjunct Faculty. Specializations: Environmental Planning.Arch. Planning Ethics. non-profit. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1985). University at Albany-SUNY. and for Indian Nations. Others work in suburban neighborhoods at the periphery of large regions while still others have jobs in the dense core of major metropolitan areas. (1987). Regional Planning.com Todd M. Fabozzi Adjunct Faculty. Other planners have substantive responsibilities– such as housing or environmental planning–and provide assistance in their specific specialization to many communities within a city or region. Today. SUNY (1994).E. BSE University of Michigan (1994). B. BA. Community Planning. Ohio State University (1963). MRP. Specializations: Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Planning. Waterfront Planning. Jeffrey S. University at Albany. Thyagarajan co7450@albany. BA. O’Connor Adjunct Faculty. MLA. Salkin Professor & Associate Dean. (518) 472-1772 pmbray@aol. SUNY College at Potsdam (1985). They may also work for different levels of governments at different times. Growth Management. Specializations: Land-Use Law. MS (1996) University of California. Specializations: Site Planning. Specializations: Comprehensive Planning. some planners have responsibility for specific geographic areas such as individual neighborhoods in a city or region. Adjunct Faculty.. it actually occurs in communities of all sizes. Environmental Law.edu AICP Christopher J. Esq. Page 128 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .SUNY (1994) . Ohio State University (1975). Environmental Law.

............edu Year Initiated 2002 Degrees granted through 8/31/10 ..........5 Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Not required Departmental Requirements: None UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Community and Regional Planning Contact Email Admissions office (267) 468-8100 ambler@temple.................... $10..........3 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ... 6 Total Hours........................................$50 Financial Aid Deadline: Merit Scholarships: Scholarship criteria: March 1st Automatic consideration with application............................ $75 paper Year Initiated 2002 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10......................... 6-18 Thesis (optional) .............. 42 Total Credits to Graduate .................... Deborah Howe..............................................................................47 Degrees granted from 9/01/09 to 8/31/10.............................. 124 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES.............25 Minimum TOEFL 550 paper....TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Department of Community and Regional Planning School of Environmental Design 580 Meetinghouse Road.......... 3 Hours of Planning Elective .........................917 plus fees (12-17 credits) per semester Out of State Tuition ........................ or 79 Internet IELTS Test 6................ MASTERS DEGREE Master of Science in Community and Regional Planning Contact Phone Email Department Administrator 267-468-8300 crplanning@temple............................. 3 Hours of Internship ................................................................. need Writing portion Automatic consideration... 1300+ SAT...........htm Dr.. March 1 In-state Tuition .......................0 Top 40% Critical Reading range 500-600................................................ 24 Hours of Studio ............................................................................................. FAICP...........831 plus fees (12-17 credits) per semester Application Fee ........................15 Applied Accepted 09/10 7 22 Masters Concentrations (transcripted) Sustainable Community Planning Transportation Planning 07/08 08/09 09/10 07/08 08/09 Undergraduate 23 21 15 13 14 Graduate 30 37 36 21 26 MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3..... 3...temple.........................November 1 Financial Aid Deadline .......................0 Minimum GRE Required if undergrad GPA is < 3....5 GPA................... $625 plus fees per credit Out of State Tuition ............................................................................................. 12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ......................................................... 213 computer....16th Edition | Page 129 .................................... $5....................edu/ambler/crp/index.......................................................................................8 GPA............................................ 1150 SAT.......90 Degrees Granted from 9/01/09-8/31/10 ......................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline rolling admission ............................................ 45 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ............... 3............ PA 19002 Phone (267) 468-8300 Fax 267-468-8315 http://www............................................... 3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............... Chair E-mail: dhowe@temple............$60 online........................until July 1 Financial Aid Deadline ........................................................... 21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Credits ...................... March 1 Admission Deadline Spring Semester ...........................edu Phone: 267-468-8301 BS/MS PAB PAB ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum GPA Class Rank: SAT: ACT: Honors: B average........................................................................................ 6 Hours of Restricted Electives (if pursuing concentration) ........................ 3.................................................................. Math range 500-600 22-24...........edu GRADUATE DEADLINES.... top 10% UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .................... 9 Final Project .......................................... TUITION AND FEES: Admission Deadline Fall Semester .................................. $912 plus fees per credit Application Fee ............................................................ Ambler............................................................................................... March 1 In-state Tuition ................ top 20% of class...........

edu Page 130 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Sustainable Development John C.TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U. MCP University of Pennsylvania (1966). GIS Operations & Research. Berkeley. Sustainable Practices (267) 468-8305 bradley. Keene Professor Emeritus. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 28 1 0 0 0 4 0 33 Female 1 24 0 0 1 0 1 2 28 Total 1 52 1 0 1 0 5 2 61 Deborah Howe FAICP Professor. Specializations: Strategic Planning for Higher Education and Non-Profit Management. Smart Growth Programs.edu Bradley Flamm Assistant Professor. *Do not double count Hispanics. Brady Stroh Director. BS (1984) Cornell University. Energy.S.16th Edition . Meenar Assistant Director. Specializations: Strategic Planning. Specializations: Land Use. (267) 468-8020 jhilty@temple. Specializations: GIS Administration.nalbandian@temple. GIS Applications Charles Guttenplan AICP (267) 468-8303 william. MCRP (2002) Rutgers University. MA (1966). Planning Administration and Management. Administration. Center for Sustainable Communities. BA Yale University (1953). Environmental Design Jeffrey P.edu James W.mandarano@temple. Pennsylvania State University. MBA (1991) Iona College. Land Use Planning. BS (1991) Cornell. Environment Md Mahbubur R. Sustainability Practices (267) 468-8302 richard. Pennsylvania Department of General Services. Sustainable Development (267) 468-8301 dhowe@temple. MRP (1992) Cornell University. and Legal Aspects of Brownfield Remediation (267) 468-8311 jeffrey. Environmental Law.cohen@temple. BA (1984) and PhD (2006) University of California. BA (1996) John Hopkins. Specialization: GIS and Environmental Modeling. Emergency Management. PhD (1973) University of Missouri—Columbia. BS (1974) SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry.edu Lynn Mandarano Assistant Professor. MRP (1973) University of Pennsylvania. BArch (1997) Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. University of Pennsylvania. Hilty Professor. Inc. Planning Methods.edu AICP M. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. Housing. Specializations: Community Development. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Richard Nalbandian Associate Professor of Research.edu AFFILIATED FACULTY Michael Carroll Associate Transportation Planner. Political. Sustainable Communities (267) 468-8304 lynn. Berkeley. PhD (1999) Temple University. BA (1965) and MA (1976) University of Delaware. MCP (1999). Specializations: Collaborative Planning Negotiations. PhD (2004) University of Pennsylvania. Center for Geospatial Information Services. MS (1980) Pennsylvania State University. Regional Planning. AM (2002) and PhD (2003) University of Pennsylvania. and Historical. Jeffrey Featherstone Professor of Research. Dowling Associates. Specializations: Transportation. MS (1977) and PhD (1982) University of Michigan. MURP (1972) University of Pittsburgh. BS (1975) Bloomsburg University. Operation and Development. MA (1989) Rider University.flamm@temple. PLANNING FACULTY William Cohen FAICP Associate Professor of Practice. Specializations: Public Policy. BA (1971) University of Minnesota. Doshna Consultant. Creedon Secretary. MS (1993) and MCP (1996) University of California.edu Director of Planning Services/Corporate Vice President. Specializations: Traffic Modeling and Transportation Planning James P. Waetzman Planning Group. BS (1971) Pennsylvania State University. Specializations: Ecological Planning. BS (1963) and MS (1966) Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Law of Planning and Urban Development. JD Harvard University (1959). Specializations: Economic Development. MUP (2002) SUNY at Buffalo.featherstone@temple. BA (1983) and MBA (1992) Lehigh University. BS Ed (1965). MA (1967) Ohio State University.

16th Edition | Page 131 . MBA (1974) Temple University. BA (1980) LaSalle University. Specializations: Sustainable Business Practices. Emergency Management. JD and MPA (1983) Syracuse University. BS (2001) and MS (2004) Temple University. of Nebraska. Weiler Consultant. McKenna Walker PC. Specializations: Sustainability Practices. Specializations: Environmental Law.Susan Spinella Acting Director. BS (1959) and PhD (1966) U. Center for Sustainable Communities. Program and Project Management. Ernest D. Retired—Rohm and Haas Company Director. Joanne Walker Partner. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .

......TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning Langford Architecture Building TAMU.D......................... College Station.........................................90 Application fees ........................... but you also will be admitted as soon as possible............ if: • they attend a recognized public or private high school within the state of Texas......December 1 In-State Tuition and Fees (9 credit hours) .........................120 Exams or Written Requirements ...edu FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Numerous scholarships are available for all undergraduate students in the College of Architecture... program..... Field trip and laboratory fees Minimum TOEFL: a................................................D...............December 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2011/2012 for Masters program ............. 213 computer-based testing (c-BT)................................................................... a minimum TOEFL score of: i.............$50 US.. or b............... ACSP Member: FULL Undergraduate Specializations: Environmental Planning & Analysis Housing & Urban Development Health & Human Services Planning & Policy UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum High School GPA: Minimum SAT: State of Texas Uniform Admission Policy Minimum Required Coursework (Students applying for Fall of 2010) 1500 out of 2400 (Verbal + Math + Writing) PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINE. Qualified students apply through the LAUP department............. $4....................January 15th Financial Aid Deadline 2011/2012 for undergraduate program ........... d.........00 Additional Fees .................. $5......... 550 for paper-based testing (p-BT)................. 80 internet-based testing (i-BT).......................31 Out-of-State Tuition and Fees (12 credit hours)............. Total Required Hours in Planning Program ......................................................... Forster Ndubisi............ and • ensure all required credentials are received by the freshman closing date.................................................. or iii....... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011/12 for Masters program ..............31 Application fees ............edu/laup Dr.......49 Hours of Restricted Electives ............... Year Initiated: 2007 PAB Accredited Degrees granted through 5/31/10 ............ $3.........March 1 Admission Deadline 2011/12 for Ph... a minimum IELTS score of 6.................. and • rank in the top 10% of their graduating class............... or e.............. Students can submit a single college-wide scholarship application to be considered for all ten College of Architecture scholarships................ * If you are a Texas resident in an out-of-state school you are also eligible for top 10% admission at Texas A&M University........D.. or ii... c.................................................................tamu.............................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .........592........ Field trip and laboratory fees Annual Student Enrollment Applied 09/10 10/11 n/a n/a 76 87 58 56 Accepted 09/10 10/11 48 41 56 43 27 17 Enrolled 09/10 10/11 26 21 22 22 12 Undergrad Masters Doctoral UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ....... $11.......... Ranking in High School: Applicants qualify for automatic Top 10% admission.. You must submit a residency questionnaire so that your residency status may be determined......... completing all four years in a high school within the U.......15 Page 132 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .tamu.... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011/12 for undergraduate program ......0 overall band....................90 Out-of-State Tuition and Fees (9 credit hours).....243........ Departmental Requirement: NA MASTERS DEADLINES............ Department Head E-mail: fndubisi@archmail... Texas 77843-3137 Phone (979) 845-1019 Fax (979) 862-1784 http://archweb...................................088.................................edu MA/MS PAB Ph... $75 international Additional Fees ....................16th Edition .........099......47 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ......................... a minimum ACT English score of 19.................................. This may take a little longer.................. program ......none UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Sciences Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Ann Pool (979) 845-3941 annpool@tamu........ a minimum SAT Critical Reading (Verbal) score of 500....................S.........January 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2011/2012 for Ph...........................January 29th In-State Tuition and Fees (12 credit hours) ... The Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning offers 14 additional scholarships that students can apply for...... $60...................12 Other ............

.......6 Hours of Restricted Electives ................................................... Fellowships............................. Design Your Own Mixed Other / Don't know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Resident Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics.0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .........34 Masters Specializations Health and Human Services Planning. Professional option requires a three hour professional paper................................... Transportation Planning and Design..18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ....................................48 Exams or Written Requirements............... 2009 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Shannon Van Zandt (979) 458-1223 svanzandt@tamu............... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .......................... TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall.... Land Use and Environmental Planning..... Eligibility varies with each type of assistance..........................................edu US Citizen & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of an Race White African American Native American / Pacific Islander Asian American Male 1 12 0 1 0 0 0 8 22 Female 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 11 21 Total 1 22 0 1 0 0 0 19 43 Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees granted through 5/31/10 ........ Housing... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...........TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall........... 2009 US Citizen & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of an Race White African American Native American / Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don't know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Resident Total Students MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: None Specified 3.....................16th Edition | Page 133 ..0 GRE is Requiered................540 Degrees granted from 8/31/07 to 05/31/10..................... FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Scholarships.... Research option requires a six hour thesis............ and Graduate Assistantships available for highly competitive students..................12 Other ........................ No Minimum Score for Admission 600 Not Required None Specified Male 1 10 1 0 0 0 3 0 15 Female 2 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 11 Total 3 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 18 1 0 0 1 3 0 26 Hours of Core ........ Apply early for full consideration....12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ...........................Final oral examination required............................................................... Community and Economic Development............................

...... Web-based GIS and Public Participation: An aid to widening female participation in revitalizing outdoor recreational facilities in Saudi Arabia-A case study in Jeddah.20 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2010 1...190 Degrees Granted from 8/31/07 to 5/31/10 ...... 64 Exams or Written Requirements: Dissertation is required........ and Health Disparity 20. Mitigating Flood Loss through Local Comprehensive Planning in Florida 9...Healthy Communities: Developing Objective Measures of Built-Environment Using GIS and Testing Significance of Pedestrian Variables on Walking to Transit 18.... Final comprehensive examination is required............ Connecting Land Use and Transportation toward Sustainable Development: A Case Study of Houston-Galveston Metropolitan Region 4......... Valuation of Governmental Guarantee in BOT Project Finance with Real Option Analysis 13.......... Eco-hydrological Planning for The Woodlands: Lessons Learned after 35 Years 5..... TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2009 US Citizen & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of an Race White African American Native American / Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don't know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent Resident Total Students Male 2 5 5 0 0 0 1 30 40 Female 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 16 19 Total 2 7 6 0 0 0 1 46 59 *Do not double count Hispanics...... The Role of Landscape Spatial Patterns on Childhood Obesity and Quality of Life: A Study of Hispanic Children in Inner-City Neighborhoods 3.........edu Doctoral Specializations Sustainable Development Health Systems Planning & Policy Transportation Planning Urban & Community Development Environmental Hazard Management DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Departmental Requirement: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: None Specified Subject to Program Admissions Committee GRE is Required...........15 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................ Development of Algorithms to Estimate Post-Disaster Population Dislocation ......................... A Comparative Study of Single Family and Multifamily Housing Recovery Following 1992 Hurricane Andrew in Miami-Dade County. if you do score below a certain threshold you will be required to take English Language Courses......... Hydrologic and Ecological Effects of Watershed Urbanization: Implication for Watershed Management in Hill-slope Regions 2... must defend dissertation during final semester.. Gulf Coast Region 11......................... Page 134 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ............. Variations in Disaster Aid Acquisitions among Ethnic Groups in a Rural Community Minimum GPA: DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ............. User Satisfaction and Willingness-to-pay of Off-Leash Dog Parks: Post Occupation Evaluations of Four Dog Parks in Texas and Florida 19.......20 Total Required Hours in Program. Shaping Urban Form without Zoning: A Case Study of Houston 12........DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph. A Study of Use Pattern....29 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .... Examination of Housing Price Impacts on Residential Properties before and after Superfund Remediation Using Spatial Hedonic Modeling 7. 3.. Saudi Arabia 17... Integrating the principles of strategic environmental assessment into local comprehensive land use plans in California 22.16th Edition .............. George Rogers (979) 845-7284 grogers@tamu........................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ....... Obesity..............S. No Minimum Score for Admission No minimum.............................. Measuring the Measure: A Multi-Dimensional Scale Model to Measure Community Disaster Resilience in the U.... Integrating Walking for Transportation and Physical Activity in Sedentary Office Workers 6........0 Year initiated 1980 Degrees Granted through 5/31/2010....... in Urban and Regional Sciences Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: 21............... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. Florida 16.... An analysis of producing ethanol and electric power from woody residues and agricultural crops in East Texas Dr. Section 404 Permitting in Coastal Texas from 1996-2003: Patterns and Effects on Streamflow 14.. The Effects of Neighborhood Environments in Physical Activity for Older African American Women in Texas 15............. Health Disparity and the Built Environment: Spatial Disparity and Environmental Correlates of Health Status.....................A Research-Based Approach 8..........D....... Healthy Transportation ....................... Evaluation of Value Creation Concepts in Single Family Residential Subdivision 10.......................

Computer Applications.tamu. MA. UC San Diego (2000).edu Cecilia Giusti Assistant Professor. MA Urban Planning. (Agriculture Engineering). Pratt Institute (1972). Impact Assessment. (979) 458-4304 cgiusti@archone. Urban Design. Land Use/Growth Management. University of Pittsburgh (1983) Specializations: Environmental Planning. Arizona State (1972). PhD. Natural Disaster Management. University of Michigan (1969). DED (1972) Texas A&M University Specializations: Healthy Communities Planning.edu Eric Dumbaugh Assistant Professor. Demographics. Specializations: Transportation Planning and Design Walter G. Research Methods. MLA. Georgia Institute of Technology (2005).. The National Taiwan University. University of Texas at Austin (1988). University of Colorado (1969). University of California-Los Angeles. Ecological Design and Planning. Specializations: Growth Management. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Specializations: Sustainability and Housing and Community Development. University of Pennsylvania (1995) Specializations: Community Design. Harvard (1975). Georgia Institute of Technology (2002). BA. MCP. Community Development. Varni Professor: Ph.edu AICP Chang-Shan Huang Associate Professor and Executive Coordinator.D. 1990. Andrew Seidel Professor. PhD (1996) University of California.tamu. Collaborative Planning. BA. BS (1977).edu Michael K.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . City Planning. 1977. BArch. PhD. (979) 845-7873 cshuang@archone. (979) 845-7888 dsweeney@archone. Pennsylvania State University (1992). Columbus College (1978). Postdoctoral Fellow.edu Chanam Lee Associate Professor. PhD. (979) 845-7571 minghan@tamu.S.tamu. Specializations: Citizen Participation. Health Policy. (979) 862-4320 edumbaugh@archone. MLA.edu (979) 845-7284 rogers@archone. B. BA (1967). BS. Specializations: Social Policy Planning. Specializations: Transportation Policy and Planning. M. Specializations: Active Living. PhD. Texas A&M University (1993). M.tamu.tamu. MArch (1968). Sustainable Urbanism. 1976. Natural Resources Planning. Rogers Professor. Texas A&M University (1980). (979) 458-1223 svanzandt@tamu. and Landscape Architecture.edu Kenneth Joh Assistant Professor. Community Impact Assessment. PhD Planning. Texas A&M University. University of Michigan (1980) Specializations: Citizen Participation.tamu. BA. (Psychology).L. Specializations: Environmental Design. MCP.edu (979) 845-7853 peacock@archone. 1995. Sweeney Associate Professor. MA. University of Georgia (1982). Infrastructure/Public Services. (Psychology). UCLA (2003). PhD.tamu. PhD. Bowdoin College (1992). MUP. MCP (1986) University of Pennsylvania. University of North Carolina (2001).A. PhD. Tsinghua University (1983). PhD. Specializations: Ecosystem Management.edu James W.edu Forster Ndubisi Professor and Department Head. BA. (Psychology). Berkeley. Quantitative Methods. BA. BA. PhD. University of North Carolina (2004). Emergency Management.tamu. Economic Development. Donald A.tamu. (979) 845-7056 clee@archone. Michael C. BLA. MS.tamu. University of California-Santa Barbara.edu (979) 862-1095 jvarni@archmail. University of Georgia (1986) Specializations: Sustainability. Community Design. Peacock Professor. MA.edu (979) 345-7062 neuman@taz.tamu. (Urban and Regional Science). University of Guelph (1982) . PhD. (979) 862-3969 mlindell@archone. 1998.D. University of Waterloo (1987).tamu. Harvard University (1974). Research Methods. 2002. Lindell Professor.edu (979) 845-1047 sbame@archone. Kyungpook National University (1996). University of Pennsylvania (1995). 1972. University of Colorado (1975) Specializations: Environmental Hazard Mitigation. BA. Policy and Design. Boston University (1972).S. University of Washington (2004).tamu. (Civil Engineering). MS. Shannon Van Zandt Assistant Professor. Oregon State University (1975). University of Waterloo (1976). MLA. Bowdoin College (1996).edu (979) 845-1019 fndubisi@archmail.tamu. MFA. George O. Neuman Associate Professor. University of Texas at Austin (2001) Specializations: Planning in Developing Countries. Samuel Brody Professor. Texas A&M University (1999). Quantitative Methods. University of Michigan(1985).edu (979) 845-6584 a-seidel@tamu. Texas A&M University (1997). Florida State University (1996). B. (979) 845-3161 ebright@archone. PhD. BA. BS. UC Irvine (2009). M. University of California-Los Angeles. The University of Texas-Austin. MS. Health & Human Services Planning.PLANNING FACULTY Sherry Bame Professor. BS. 1974. (979) 458-4623 sbrody@archone.16th Edition | Page 135 . University of Ibadan (1977). Texas A&M University. Citizen Participation. Ming-Han Li Associate Professor: Ph. PhD.edu Elise Bright Professor.A. Catholic University of Peru (1981). PhD.A.

PhD. BS Beijing (Peking) University (2002). Texas A&M University (1992) Specializations: Geographic Information Systems. (Landscape Planning). Transit.Zhifang Wang Assistant Professor: Ph. PhD.tamu. Pepperdine University (1975). University of Michigan. B. Specializations: Urban Economic Development. BA. (979) 845-9960 t-lomax@ttimail. University of South Florida (1974). Texas A&M University (1999) Specializations: Hazard Reduction and Recovery. University of Texas (1977). 2008.tamu.F.D. Beijing University.. Page 136 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .L. Traffic Modeling.A. BS. Beijing University. PhD (1987).D.tamu. Master of Regional & City Planning. (979) 845-1019 Katherine Turnbull dpugh@tamu.A. MS. Disaster Management. Texas A&M University (1993).S. Texas A&M University Specializations: Transportation Planning. MS. The University of Oklahoma. BA. 1998. 2001. PhD. Texas A&M University (1997) Specializations: Transportation Planning. M. 1970. (979) 845-6005 k-turnbull@tamu. BA. Texas A&M University (1993). Beijing (Peking) University (2002). University of Michigan.16th Edition . Public Finance. Computer Applications. PhD University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2008). PhD.edu Douglas F. (979) 458-4121 zhifangw@neo.edu David L. (979) 862-4936 d-perkinson@rrimail. 2008. Pugh Visiting Associate Professor. University of Wisconsin (1976). MUP. (979) 862-3970 carla@archone. BS (1979). University of Missouri. Northwestern University (1977). MS.. M. B. Austin University (1981).edu Yu Xiao BM.. Stephen F.edu Dennis Perkinson Visiting Assistant Professor.edu Lecturer. 1975. Wunneburger Assistant Research Scientist. University of Minnesota (1975).tamu. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Timothy Lomax Visiting Assistant Professor. (Landscape Architecture). (Urban Planning). Associate Professor Emeritus: J. MUP University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2004).S. MS (1982). University of Oklahoma. 1966.edu Carla Prater Visiting Assistant Professor.

........ Smith....edu/pages/1286................. Thesis.............. Chair Phone: (713) 313-7221 E-mail: PAN_QS@tsu.....................48 Exams........................................0 (last 60 hours) Required 555 paper based. Texas 77004 Phone (713) 313-6842 Fax (713) 313-7447 http://www................................. TUITION AND FEES Admission “Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program ....edu White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Masters Specializations Land Use and Transportation.... Comprehensive Examination and ....D program ............................... $2........................ $5........70 3........................................................................ Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race Male 1 1 7 0 0 0 0 2 11 Female 1 0 10 0 0 1 0 1 13 Total 2 1 17 0 0 1 0 3 24 MASTERS DEGREE Master in Urban Planning and Environmental Policy Contact Person: Phone: E-Mail: Year Initiated: 2002 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09.......... Fellowships available Eligibility Criterion: Academic Skills Annual Student Enrollment Applied 08/08 Masters Doctoral 11 14 08/09 19 12 Accepted 08/08 9 12 08/09 14 5 Enrolled 08/08 8 12 08/09 13 5 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2009 U...... July 15 Admission “Deadline 2010-11 for Ph.............TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY Urban Planning and Environmental Policy 3100 Cleburne St.........................asp Qisheng Pan...............................D program . Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.....................tsu.... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ............... 213 computer based Not Required Subject to program admission committee MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ................ Internship or Thesis PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINE.................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..............$50 domestic/ $75 international FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Assistantships..6 Other .......S..............................................................................edu MA/MS Ph............. Environmental Policy *Do not double count Hispanics.......... Up to December 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for Ph.................19 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/09 . or Final Product: .D............6 Hours of Restricted Electives .............16th Edition | Page 137 ................................. Up to December 1 In-State Tuition and Fees ............................ MUPEP Coordinator 713-313-4807 smithsl@tsu........045 per semester Application Fee ....................................................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ......... 2......... ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Four year degree........................................................ Total Required Hours in Planning Program ................. Housing and Community Development........... Houston..... July 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program ....................858 per semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees .9 Sheri L..........

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban Planning and Environmental Policy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Laita Sen, Professor (713) 313-7448 sen_lx@tsu.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2007
U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Male 2 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 14 Female 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 11 Total 2 1 22 0 0 0 0 0 25

Year initiated 2002 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2008.......................................................... 7 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2008 ........................................... 2 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2002 to 8/31/2003 ...................................7

Doctoral Specializations
Transportation Housing and Community Development Environmental Policy and Planning DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Masters GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement: Master’s or other advanced degree 3.33 Required 213/550 Subject to Program Admission Committee

Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core ...........................................................................................21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................................12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................9 Other (Dissertation) ..................................................................................12 Total Required Hours in Program............................................................ 54 Exams, Thesis, or Final Product: ..................Comprehensive Examination

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Divya Chandrasekhar
Assistant Professor. Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Specializations: Emergency Management Planning, Coastal Environmental Emergency Assessment & Modeling.

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
Assistantships, Fellowships available Eligibility Criterion: Academic Skills

Olurominiyi Ibitayo
Associate Professor. MS., Colorado State University; Ph.D, Arizona State University. Specializations: Risk Management, Neighborhood Analysis and Development, Environmental Planning.

(713) 313-7398

ibitayo_oo@tsu.edu

Walter McCoy
Professor. MURP University of Pittsburg, PhD, University of Pittsburg, JD S. Texas College of Law. Specialization: Environmental Law

(713) 313-7312

mccoy_wj@tsu.edu

Qisheng Pan
Associate Professor. MS. and Ph.D, University of Southern California. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, Transportation, Land Use Planning, Economic Impact Analysis.

(713) 313-7221

pan_qs@tsu.edu

Sungjin Park
Assistant Professor. MS and Ph.D, UC Berkeley. Specializations: Urban Design, Sustainable Development

(713) 313-7304

parks@tsu.edu

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Lalita Sen
Professor. MS. and Ph.D, Northwestern University. Specializations: Transportation, Housing, Accessibility.

(713) 313-7448

sen_lx@tsu.edu AICP

Sheri Smith

Associate Professor. MUP, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Ph.D., Texas A&M. Specializations: Housing and Community Development, Infrastructure

(713) 313-4807

smithsl@tsu.edu

Laura Solitare
Assistant Professor. MS. and Ph.D, Rutgers University. Specializations: Community Development, Environmental Justice, Brownfields.

(713) 313-7772

solitarelg@tsu.edu

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY
Lei Yu
Associate Professor. MS., Nagoya Institute of Technology; Ph.D, Queen’s University. Specializations: Transportation Engineering and Design, Highway Design, Traffic Controls.

Carol Lewis
Associate Professor. Ph.D, Houston. Specializations: Transportation Planning, Mass Transit, Mobility Issues.

Yi Qi
Assistant Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Transportation. Ph.D., Polytechnic University of New York

FYI

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MA/MS

TUFTS UNIVERSITY
Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning
Medford, Massachusetts 02155 Phone (617) 627-3394 Fax (617) 627-3377 E-mail: ann.urosevich@tufts.edu http://ase.tufts.edu/uep Julian Agyeman, Department Chair E-mail: julian.agyeman@tufts.edu

PAB

ACSP Member: Full

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement: None Specified None Specified Required no minimum specified Required 550 PBT, 213 CBT, 79-80 IBT None Specified

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core .............................................................................................5 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................7 Other ...........................................................................................................2 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................14 Exams or Written Requirements: ...................................................... Thesis

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES
Admission deadline 2010-11 MA program ................................................January 15 Admission deadline 2010-11 for MPP program .............................................April 30 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for MA program ............................................May 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for MPP program.......................................... July 1 In-State Tuition and Fees (MA program): ........................$27,734 per academic year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees (MA program): ................$27,734 per academic year In-State Tuition and Fees (MPP program):..................................................... $39,624 Out-of-State Tuition and Fees (MPP program): ............................................. $39,624 Application Fee: ..................................................................................................... $75 Additional Fees: .............................. Mandatory Health Services Fee-$646, Graduate .............................................................................................. Student Council Fee-$40

Master of Public Policy
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Julian Agyeman (617) 627-3394 julian.agyeman@tufts.edu

Year Initiated: 2002 Degrees Granted through 5/31/10.............................................................62 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ....................................................8

Annual Student Enrollment
Applied 08/09 09/10 152 180 14 10 Accepted 08/09 09/10 122 120 10 6 Enrolled 08/09 09/10 45 50 10 5

Masters Specializations
Urban and Social Policy Environmental Policy
MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement: None Specified None Specified Not Required Required – 550 PBT, 213 CBT, 79-80 IBT 7 years of relevant professional experience

Masters Masters

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Arts in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Julian Agyeman (617) 627-3394 julian.agyeman@tufts.edu

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core .............................................................................................3 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................4 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................2 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..............................................9 Exams or Written Requirements: ....................................................... None

Year Initiated: 1973 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/10...........................................................882 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ..................................................27

Masters Specializations
Urban and Social Policy and Planning Environmental Policy and Planning
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TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010
US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students

Justin Hollander
Assistant Professor. PhD, Rutgers University; MRP, University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Specialization: Urban Planning

AICP justin.hollander@tufts.edu

(617) 627-3394 Male 3 28 3 0 2 2 0 2 40 Female 7 51 9 0 2 2 0 1 72 Total 10 79

James Jennings
Professor. PhD, MA, Columbia University; BA, Hunter College. Specializations: Urban and Neighborhood Politics, Social Welfare, Community Development.

(617) 627-3394

james.jennings@tufts.edu

Sheldon Krimsky
12 0 4 4 0 3 112
Professor. PhD, MA, Boston University; MS, Purdue University. Specializations: Environmental Policy and Ethics. www.tufts. edu/~skrimsky

(617) 627-3394

sheldon.krimsky@tufts.edu

Penn S. Loh
Professor of the Practice. MS, University of California, Berkeley. Specialization: Environmental Justice.

(617) 627-3394

pennloh@comcast.net

Barbara Parmenter
Lecturer. PhD, University of Texas at Austin. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems

(617) 627-3394

barbara.parmenter@tufts.edu

Ann Rappaport
Lecturer. PhD, Tufts University; MS, MIT Specialization: Environmental Science and Management.

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

(617) 627-3394

ann.rappaport@tufts.edu AICP rustynet@comcast.net AICP

PLANNING FACULTY
Julian Agyeman
Professor. PhD, University of London UK; MA, Middlesex University UK Specializations: Sustainable Communities, Environmental Justice, Environmental Education. www.tufts.edu/~jagyem01

Robert Russell
(617) 627-3394

Lecturer. JD, Harvard Law School. Specializations: Environmental Law.

Jon Witten

(617) 627-3394

julian.agyeman@tufts.edu

Lecturer. JD, Suffolk Law School; MRP, Cornell University Specializations: Land Use Planning, Local Government Law, Natural Resources Policy.

(617) 627-3394

jon@daleyandwitten.com

Rachel G. Bratt
Professor. PhD, MIT. Specializations: Housing and Community Development. www.tufts.edu/~rbratt

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY
Margaret Barringer
(617) 627-3394 AICP pegsquare@aol.com
Lecturer. MCP, University of Rhode Island Specializations: Economic Development.

(617) 627-3394

rachel.bratt@tufts.edu

Mary E. Davis
Assistant Professor. PhD, University of Florida. Specializations: Environmental Health.

Patricia Bonner-DuVal
Lecturer. MEd., Harvard University. Specialization: Philanthropy and Fundraising.

(617) 627-3394

mary.davis@tufts.edu

Laurie Goldman
Lecturer. PhD, MIT; MS, Israel Institute of Technology. Specializations: Housing, Community Development.

Robert Burdick
Lecturer. JD, Boston University Law School. Specialization: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution.

(617) 627-3394

laurie.goldman@tufts.edu

(617) 627-3394

rburdick@gbls.org

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Mark Chase
Lecturer. MA, Tufts University. Specialization: Transportation Planning.

Roberta Rubin
Lecturer. JD, Harvard Law School. Specialization: Housing.

(617) 627-3394

mark.e.chase@gmail.com AICP christine.cousineau@tufts.edu

(617) 627-3394

rrubin@kleinhornig.com

Christine Cousineau
(617) 627-3394

Marjorie Erickson Warfield
Lecturer. Specialization: Child and Family Policy, Statistics.

Lecturer. MArch, MIT; MCP, MIT. Specialization: Urban Planning

mew@brandeis.edu

Louise Dunlap
Lecturer. PhD, University of California at Berkeley; MA, University of California at Berkeley. Specializations: Writing.

FYI

(617) 627-3394

changewrite@earthlink.net

Scott Horsley
Lecturer. MA, University of Rhode Island. Specializations: Land Use Planning, Water Resources Policy.

(617) 627-3394

shorsley@cape.com

Francine Jacobs
Associate Professor. Ed.D., Harvard University; MEd, Harvard University. Specializations: Child and Family Policy, Program Evaluation.

(617) 627-3394

francine.jacobs@tufts.edu

Sylvia Johnson
Lecturer. PhD, Brandeis University. Specializations: Philanthropy and Fundraising.

(617) 627-3394

sjohnson@hyamsfoundation.org

Chrystal Kornegay
Lecturer. MCP, MIT. Specializations: Real Estate Development and Finance.

(617) 627-3394

chrystal.kornegay@tufts.edu

Jeffrey Levine
Lecturer. Masters of Planning. University of Minnesota. Specializations: Urban and Regional Planning.

(617) 627-3394

jeff_levine@town.brookline.ma.us

Alicia Doyle Lynch
Lecturer. PhD Candidate, Tufts University. Specializations: Quantitative Reasoning.

(617) 627-3394

alicia.doyle@tufts.edu

Ingar Palmlund
Lecturer. PhD, Clark University; MPA, Lund University, Sweden. Specialization: International Environmental Policy.

(617) 627-3394

ipalmlund@aol.com

Alan Jay Rom
Lecturer. JD, Cleveland State University. Specialization: Legal Frameworks of Social Policy.

(617) 627-3394

ajrom@comcast.net

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UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
Urban and Regional Planning
116 Hayes Hall, 3435 Main Street Buffalo, New York 14214-3087 Phone (716) 829-3485 Fax (716) 829-3256 E-mail: planning@buffalo.edu www.ap.buffalo.edu/planning Niraj Verma, Chair E-mail: nverma3@buffalo.edu

MUP PAB

ACSP Member: Full

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University admissions criteria apply. See University at Buffalo Admissions Web site: http://admissions.buffalo.edu/apply/admissioncriteria.php

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core ......................................................................................... 30 Hours of Studio Courses ......................................................................... 18 Hours of Restricted Elective ....................................................................18 Hours of Required Academic Residency ..................................................36 Total Required Hours In Environmental Design Program ..................... 48 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ............................. 120 Additional Requirement .. minimum GPA of 2.5 in Environmental Design major courses

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINE, TUITION AND FEES
Fall Admission Deadline 2009-10 ..................................... Rolling; March 1 priority Fall Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ................................ Rolling; March 1 priority Spring Admission Deadline 2009-10 ............................. Rolling; October 31 priority Spring Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ........................ Rolling; October 31 priority In-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................................. $9,883 per year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.......................................................... $14,763 per year Application Fee ..................................................................................................... $75 Additional Fees (School Instructional Technology Fee ..................................... $237

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Urban Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Shannon Phillips (716) 829-3485 smp2@buffalo.edu

UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline Fall Semester ................................................................. June 1 Admission Deadline Spring Semester .................................................... November 1 Financial Aid Deadline ................................................................................. March 1 In-State Tuition and Fees ............................................................ $3,535 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees..................................................... $7,485 per semester Application Fee ..................................................................................................... $50 Additional Fee (School Instructional Technology Fee .................. $193 per semester

Year Initiated: 1980 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........................................................697 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................................................39

Annual Student Enrollment
Applied 09/10 10/11* 162 178 Accepted 09/10 10/11* 75 73 Enrolled 09/10 10/11* 40 41

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirements: www.grad.buffalo.edu 3.0 Not Required 550/213/79 Essay, resume, three letters of recommendation, official transcripts.

MUP BAED

Undergraduates do not apply directly to the planning program

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core ...........................................................................................18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ....................................... 6-12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................................................... 21-24 Other ...........................................................................................................0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................ 52 Exams or Written Requirements: ................. Thesis or Professional Project

*Student enrollment figures DO NOT include spring admission ...............................

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE
Environmental Design BA Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: R.J. Multari, Director of Advisement (716) 829-3485 ap-advising@buffalo.edu

Masters Specializations
Community Development & Urban Management, Economic and International Development, Environmental & Land Use Planning, GIS and Spatial Modeling, Urban Design and Physical Planning, Interdisciplinary Options

Year Initiated: 1996 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/01/10......................................................... 390 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 6/1/10 ................................................. 32\

Dual Degrees
MUP/JD, MUP/Master of Architecture

Undergraduate Minor - Environmental Design

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TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010
US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race* White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don't Know Male 1 36 5 0 1 0 2 Female 3 24 7 0 3 0 3 Total 4 58 14 0 0 0 5

G. William Page

AICP

Professor. BA, Princeton; MCRP, Rutgers; PhD, Rutgers. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Policy, and Management, GIS Applications, Quantitative Methods, Water Policy.

(716) 829-3485

gpage@buffalo.edu

JiYoung Park
Assistant Professor. BA, MA Seoul National University, Ph.D., University of Southern California. Specializations: Analytical, Quantitative and Research Methods, Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Mitigation

(716) 829-3485

jp292@buffalo.edu

Alfred D. Price
Associate Professor. BA, Princeton; MArch/MUP, Princeton. Specializations: Housing Planning and Policy, Community Development, Real Estate Finance, Brownfield Redevelopment.

(716) 829-3485

adprice@buffalo.edu

Samina Raja
Associate Professor. BSc, Jamia Millia University (New Delhi); MP1, School of Architecture and Planning (New Delhi); PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Specializations: International Development, Fiscal Impacts of Growth, Quantitative Methods, Community Food Security.

(716) 829-3485

sraja@buffalo.edu AICP

Non-US Citizens/NonPermanent Residents Total Students

4 49

14 54

18 103

Robert G. Shibley

Professor. M.Arch., Catholic University. Specializations: Urban Design, Placemaking, Downtown Redevelopment, Waterfront Planning, Architectural Design.

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

(716) 829-3485

rshibley@buffalo.edu

Robert M. Silverman

PLANNING FACULTY
H.D. Samuel Cole
Professor. BS, Imperial College (London); DPhil, University of Sussex. Specializations: GIS and Planning Technologies, Futures and Forecasting, Regional and Island Development, Tourism and Recreation Planning.

Associate Professor. BS, Arizona State; MPA, Arizona State; PhD, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Specializations: Citizen Participation and Community Organizing, Community Development, Public Finance, Research Methods.

(716) 829-3485

rms35@buffalo.edu

Ernest Sternberg
Professor. BA, Empire State College; MS, Cornell; PhD, Cornell. Specializations: Economic Development, Planning Theory, Disaster and Domestic Security, Physical Planning.

(716) 829-3485

samcole@buffalo.edu AICP

Himanshu Grover

Assistant Professor. B. Planning, School of Planning and Architecture (New Delhi); MUP, Texas A&M University; PhD,Texas A&M University. Specializations: Environmental Planning, Comprehensive Plans, Sustainable Development and Climate Change

(716) 829-3485

ezs@buffalo.edu

Henry Louis Taylor, Jr.
Professor. BS, Tennessee A&I State; MS, University of Tennessee; MA, University at Buffalo; PhD, University at Buffalo. Specializations: Race, Class and Gender, Urban History, Urban Management, Community Development, Health and the Built Environment.

(716) 829-3485

hgrover2@buffalo.edu

Daniel B. Hess
Associate Professor. BS, Clarkson; MUP, University at Buffalo; PhD, UCLA. Specializations: Transportation Planning and Policy, Planning History, Transportation, Land Use and Urban Form, Urban Design.

(716) 829-3485

htaylor@buffalo.edu

Niraj Verma
Professor and Chair. BS, Birla Institute of Technology, India; M.Infrastructure Planning, University of Stuttgart, Germany; PhD, Berkeley. Specializations: Planning Theory, Design Theory, Infrastructure Planning, Role of Institutions, International Planning, Management, Ethics.

(716) 829-3485

dbhess@buffalo.edu

Kathryn A. Foster
Associate Professor. Currently serving full-time as Director of Regional Institute. BA, Johns Hopkins; MCP, UC Berkeley; PhD, Princeton. Specializations: Regional Planning and Policy, Political Economy, Metropolitan Governance Systems, Urban Studies.

(716) 829-3485

nverma3@buffalo.edu

(716) 829-3777

kafoster@buffalo.edu

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Real Estate Development. University at Buffalo. University at Buffalo.D. University at Buffalo. BA. Diversity Planning. JD.M. (716) 829-3485 jjallen@buffalo. Specializations: Governance and Management. Cornell University. MArch. (716) 829-3485 Eric Gillert Adjunct Assistant Professor. (716) 829-3485 (716) 829-3485 Kenneth Swanekamp Carl Calabrese Adjunct Assistant Professor.edu Thomas DeSantis Adjunct Assistant Professor. M. Specialization: Historic Preservation. Arch. J. Ph.Li Yin Assistant Professor.edu R.edu (716) 829-3485 wmmurray@buffalo.edu Alex Bitterman Adjunct Assistant Professor.. Adjunct Assistant Professor. Specializations: School and Campus Planning and Environmental Education. Allen Adjunct Assistant Professor. Yunnan Polytechnic. Kerry Traynor Adjunct Assistant Professor. Specializations: GIS and Planning Technologies. Specialization: Real Estate Development..Arch. M. MUP. Specializations: Architecture and Design. Multari Adjunct Assistant Professor. M.. (716) 829-3485 multari@buffalo. Denver.edu William Murray Adjunct Assistant Professor.Crt. JD.Arch. Ed. MBA. Specializations: Planning Law. Specializations: Inclusive Design and Accessibility.Arch. BS.S. Harvard University and Washington University. MS. University at Buffalo.S. Asian Institute of Technology. University at Buffalo. PhD. James Morrell Adjunct Assistant Professor. Ed. History. Syracuse University Specialization: Physical Planning. MUP. MUP. Department of Architecture. Specializations: Community Development and Revitalization. (716) 829-3485 hata@buffalo. University at Buffalo. Specializations: Negotiations and Conflict Resolution. Mississippi State University. Specializations: Technology and Information Systems. Specializations: Graphic and Environmental Design. University of Detroit. AICP (716) 829-3485 Hiroaki Hata Associate Professor. Specializations: Economic Development Planning. University of Colorado. Yale University.edu Lindy Korn Adjunct Assistant Professor.edu Jordana Maisel Adjunct Assistant Professor. M. University at Buffalo. BA. University at Buffalo. Specializations: Urban Design. (716) 829-3485 lkorn@buffalo.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY James J. University at Buffalo.. M. (716) 829-3485 jlmaisel@buffalo. . University at Buffalo. Adv. (716) 829-3485 (716) 829-3485 cc63@buffalo. (716) 829-3485 (716) 829-3485 Alan Dewart Adjunct Assistant Professor. Specialization: Physical Planning. Environmental Impact Analysis. Strategic Planning. MUP. Ohio Northern University. Local Government Politics. MBA. University at Buffalo. MA. Architecture. Adam Sokol Adjunct Assistant Professor. Urban and Regional Growth Modeling. (716) 829-3485 (716) 829-3485 liyin@buffalo.16th Edition | Page 145 .S.

................................................................................................. Not required PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES........................................................ Ohio 44325-5005 Phone (330) 972-7620 Fax (330) 972-6080 geoplan@uakron........uakron....................30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .........................................75 GRE Recommended 550 Paper................30-36 hours of coursework.............................. 213 CBT..... 14 Hours of Studio Courses ........................................................................................................................ Phone: E-mail: (330) 972-2394 dpking@uakron........... 47 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .....................................................................................................................................Planning Track Contact Person: Deborah King MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 2................................................................................ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-2012 .. 18 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ............................................ 12 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ...................................... $692 per credit hour Application Fee: ..... 3 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .....................................15 Internship .... $398 per credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ............................................48 Exam.................................................................................................... Open Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 .....................UNIVERSITY OF AKRON Department of Geography and Planning Akron......................edu www...... Interim Department Chair Phone: (330) 972-8891 E-mail: rcox@uakron...................................................................................................................................................98 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .....................................................................................edu Year Initiated:2000 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10............................................................................ or related fields.......... $36 per credit hour Year Initiated: 1992 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10...................... Open In-State Tuition and Fees: ................. 21 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .......................................... 79 IBT Not Required BA/BS in planning.......... 0 Hours of Restricted Elective .......edu GRADUATE DEADLINE......................................................edu/geography/ Raymond W.......................Thesis or Final Product: .......................................................... Open Financial Aid Deadline 2010-2011 .. 3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..........................$40 Additional Fees: ...............16th Edition ........................................................5 Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 Undergraduate MA/MS Undergraduates do not apply directly to the Planning Program Masters Specializations Urban and Regional Planning.............................. $51 per credit hour FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION University Scholarships and Grants Federal Student Aid Program MASTERS DEGREE MA in Geography/Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Linda Barrett (330) 972-6120 barrett@uakron...................edu BA/BS MA/MS ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: No Requirements Minimum GPA: No Requirements Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: No Requirements UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ...................... $373 per credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................... Thesis option .............. 9-15 hours thesis research Undergraduate Specializations Urban and Regional Planning Geographic Information Sciences Page 146 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ................ Cartography 34 32 28 31 13 18 UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA in Geography ......... Cox III............................................ $30/ $40 International Additional Fees: .............. Geographic Information Sciences........... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-2012 ............................ Open In-State Tuition and Fees: ...............0 Hours of Electives... $658 per credit hour Application Fee: ............. geography............................ 128 Thesis Exams or Final Product .

...... Remote Sensing.... Specializations: Soils. Geographic Information Systems.75 GRE Recommended 550 Paper. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .. History of Urban Design and Planning............. (330) 972-7621 butler@uakron................ Specializations: Physical Geography. Geographic Information Science Research........... PhD.............. Specializations: Land Use Planning Law. MA..... Specializations: Land Use Planning Methods...27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .....edu PLANNING FACULTY David Benjamin Assistant Lecturer......... Zoning... M.............. or related fields........ Indiana University (2009)..edu *Do not double count Hispanics..... Specializations: Regional Planning..NEFCO. PhD...18 Other ..edu Patrice Theken Director Medina County Planning and Assistant Lecturer.... Geographic Techniques MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 2... California State University – Long Beach (1981)................. geography.........edu Kevin Butler 0 0 0 0 0 11 35 Manager......... University of Akron (1979)... Delhi University (1999).........0 Hours of Electives................... (330) 972-6120 barrett@uakron. Mapping......... J..... Community Development Masters Specializations Geographic Information Systems... Remote Sensing........30 hours of coursework.... revised 2004 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10......... Kent State University (2008). Cartography......... Cultural Geography. 213 CBT.. MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .... 0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............edu Meera Chatterjee Visiting Assistant Professor... Specializations: Land Use Planning...... City of Cuyahoga Falls. Case Western Reserve University School of Law.. 15 hours thesis research..MS in Geography/Geographic Information Sciences Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Linda Barrett (330) 972-6120 barrett@uakron. Japan...16th Edition | Page 147 ............... Spatial Analysis.............. Local Government Law......... Year Initiated:1968..............P. Michigan State University (1995)..................... (330) 972-8037 sd51@uakron.... Remote Sensing........ Assistant Lecturer.Northeast Ohio Four County Regional Planning and Development Organization -...107 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ..... University of Akron (2000)...... Economic Geography.....D....45 Exam....... Asia (330) 972-8309 meera@uakron.edu Loren Siebert Associate Professor.. Geographic Information Systems.... 79 IBT Not Required BA/BS in planning....... University of Washington (1997). Specializations: Regional Planning..................... MA................. Geographic Information Systems. PhD.A.. PhD.... Biogeography.... (330) 972-7769 siebert@uakron.......com Fred Guerra Planning Director.org TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race* White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don't Know Non-US Citizens/Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 1 14 0 0 0 0 0 9 24 Female 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 2 11 Total Linda Barrett 3 21 Associate Professor. Lecturer.. (330) 972-7620 jhadley@uakron...... (330) 972-7620 ptheken@medinaco....Thesis or Final Product: Thesis option ........edu Shanon Donnelly Visiting Assistant Professor.............. Specializations: GIS Programming and Customization.. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..... Specializations: Land Use and Land Cover Change.............com Joseph Hadley Director ........ PhD.5 (330) 972-7620 dbenjamin@justice..... (330) 972-7620 guerrafr@cityofcf.................

Urban Governance. Durham (UK) (1983). Specializations: Quantitative Methods.edu Jon Moore Assistant Professor. Specializations: Maps and Map Reading. (330) 972-2394 dpking@uakron. Transportation. Geography: The Ohio State University (2003).Ghazi Walid Falah Professor.edu Charles Monroe Professor. Economic Geography. (330) 972-8831 falah@uakron. Cartography. MA. PhD. Specializations: Economic Development. PhD. (330) 972-6757 jmoore1@uakron. Specializations: Political Geography.edu Page 148 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Associate Dean of College of Arts and Sciences. University of Georgia (1977).edu Deborah King Instructor. Pennsylvania State University (1974). Middle East. PhD.16th Edition . (330) 972-8033 monroe@uakron.

12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .......... 573 Department 3 units of undergraduate statistics....... Box 210075 Tucson............1 Department 1200 with 3 or better 550 University............... Program Coordinator Phone (520) 626-1151 E-mail: huntoon@u.......edu MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: Full MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ................223 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ................................................Permanent Residents MASTERS DEGREE Master of Science in Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Meghann Caskey (520) 621-1004 micaskey@email.....49 Exams or Written Requirements: ..... June 1 (Fall) Nov 1 (Spring) Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ........UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA Planning Graduate Program P............................. 3..................... Laura Huntoon......... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.. Arizona 85721-0075 Phone (520) 621-1004 Fax (520) 626-6448 planning@u......................$75 Annual Student Enrollment Applied Masters 31 32 Accepted 26 26 Enrolled 18 11 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 Non-US Citizens Non.........16th Edition | Page 149 .......90 per semester Application Fee .................................18 MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: $75 Application Fee 3.....................edu Total Students 24 16 40 *Do not double count Hispanics.........................................................edu/ Dr.......678............. $12...............................................................................................O......... $5.............................................planning. Year Initiated: 1961 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/10........................ Feb 1...Optional Thesis or Master’s Report TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Male 4 17 2 0 0 0 0 1 Female 3 10 0 2 1 0 0 0 Total 7 27 2 2 1 0 0 1 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES....February 1 In-State Tuition and Fees: ...................arizona...............................................arizona........0 University.....................................19 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...............513 Degrees Granted from 8/31/09 to 5/31/10 ..........arizona....... Apr 1................................ ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ....................15 Other ............0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives . TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline: Domestic Students ......edu www...................................................................7 Hours of Restricted Electives .................arizona..................

and international planning. Rezoning and Code Revision. (520) 621-9597 gpivo@email. 1994 University of Colorado. and Public Participation. landscape ecology. University of Arizona. His current research includes the development and evaluation of habitat patch models. Funding. Public Housing Authorities.arizona. Municipal Housing Trust Fund.edu Frank Cassidy Professional/Adjunct.edu Emily Nottingham Ph. Clemson University 2010. City and Regional Planning. Ph. Long Range Strategic Planning.16th Edition . (1971) University of Michigan. Mass Communications. BA. development of trans-boundary and ecoregion-scale connectivity modeling. Natural Resource Planning. Professor and Specialist.gov Jack Siry Masters in Urban Planning. Water Resources Research Center. University of Arizona. Specializations: Environmental Planning. state and regional agencies and organizations. MS (2005). Specializes in geographic information systems. Master of Urban and Regional Planning. Collaborative. BA and JD (1982) Specializations: Land Use Law. (520) 621-3865 mdb@hwr. Infrastructure Finance. Indiana University 1978. Commercial and Residential Infill. alternative futures modeling.. Redevelopment and Neighborhood Planning. Specializations: Community Development. Page 150 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .edu Sandra Rosenbloom Professor. (520) 682-3401 fcassidy@marana. Gary Pivo Professor.. Development and Operation of Housing. Comparative International Perspectives. Quantitative Methods.B. Member of the planning professional associations (American Planning Association and Florida Planning Association) and academic planning associations (American Collegiate Schools of Planning – ACSP). and how innovative industries affect land use suitability and future growth patterns. Pima County Planning and Zoning. 1974.. in Urban and Regional Planning. Douglass College of Rutgers University. University of Wisconsin-River Falls 2003. MRP. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Michael Bradley Associate Professor.D. Community Outreach & Food Systems Planning. Regional Planning. Planning Process and Administration. MS (1977). University of Arizona. University of New Mexico. Migration. University of Pennsylvania.D. Self-sustaining Community Initiatives. Conservation & Natural Resources. Irvine. 2007. Berkeley (1987). University of Florida.D.D. University of California. University of California.. Ph. Boulder.com Arlan Colton FAICP Professional/Director. Human Services and Community Development Programs. (520) 792-9591 ext. (520) 621-1004 Ryan Perckl Assistant Professor. Housing.edu (520) 626-1151 huntoon@email.D. Specializations: Transportation Planning. and the implementation of projection based modeling in infrastructure planning. (520) 621-9922 obrienw@email.arizona. investigating the environmental and social impacts of conservation easements. Franconia College. Human Services. Ph. BA. 2010. Specializations: Environmental Planning.arizona. MA and PhD. (1991). Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.Ruopp@tucsonaz. land use conflict. Planning Process.e. Metropolitan Planning. Specializations: Regional Planning. BA and MPA and Ph.arizona. (520) 740-6800 Sharon Megdal Director. Specializations: Infrastructure/Public Services. Specializations: International Development and Planning. Harvard AB. University of California. Research has been funded by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Economic Development. (520) 626-2821 rosenblo@email. and Historic Research. Rebecca Ruopp Professional/Affiliate. landscape connectivity modeling. Social Equity. Historic Preservation Planning. the impacts to growth and land use suitability after regional and local events (i. Specializations: Housing and Community Development. Ph. Planning. Pamela J. Political Economy.PLANNING FACULTY Laura Huntoon AICP Associate Professor. and land use analysis. MPA.A. Gender and Aging Issues. Land Use Law and Policy. transit and changes in growth policy) occur. conservation planning. Mixed-income and Mixed-use Communities. Specializations: Land Use/ Growth Management. assessing the use of human footprint datasets in corridor modeling. Specializes in land use analysis and scenario modeling. M. Los Angeles. MCRP. University of Arizona. AB.D. suitability and opportunity analysis. Princeton University.D.arizona. Development of for-sale and Rental Housing. Environmental Design and Planning.. Tufts University . A. Clemson University 2005. Specializations: Cultural Resource Conservation. Tumamoc: People & Habitats. MA. geographic information systems. Current research includes understanding the connection between land use and economic growth. State and regional water policy and management. Cornell University.edu William Patrick O'Brien Intermountain Regional Desert Southwest Ecosystem Study Unit of the National Park Service. Environmental Science and Land Use Planning. and Ph. Land Use/Growth Management.S.. PhD.21 smegdal@cals.edu Rebecca. Pelletier Community Planner.arizona. B. University of Florida. Iris Patten Assistant Professor. Impact Assessment.

Yool Professor/Adjunct. University of California at Santa Barbara. Ph. Projects. students participate in an engaging core curriculum designed around the many social. Many student outreach projects have won awards from the Arizona Planning Association and the American Institute of Certified Planners. and cultural factors currently influencing the built environment. Because of the Program's unique location. International/Borderlands. and livable communities. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . BS and MA. Applied research projects. mentors.. play a vital role in Arizona while our academic research has an international. political. headed by faculty members. students get hands-on experience in border and tribal planning issues and the environmental problems associated with dry climates and urban sprawl. In addition to chosen area of concentration. communities and non-profit organizations around Tucson and southeastern Arizona. economic. and Land Use and Community Development. Remote Sensing. California State University . With a third of the coursework dedicated to electives. GIS. including expanding rural residential land use. The School of Landscape Architecture and Planning is committed to advancing sustainable design and planning for arid regions. Specializations: Biogeography. equitable. Fire.16th Edition | Page 151 . The Planning Graduate Program has a number of Returning Peace Corps Fellows who are able to continue their work with under-privileged neighborhoods. students have the flexibility to create a program tailored to their individual interests. FYI The Planning Graduate Program at the University of Arizona offers a Master of Science in Planning intended for students interested in careers creating healthy. national and local impact. Computer Cartography. This two year program offers concentrations in Environmental/Healthy Cities. The Planning Graduate Program addresses the issues of growth experienced in the Southwestern United States. and the required internships allow students to step confidently into the profession.D.Haywood.Stephen R.

..............................56 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ........................................................................................................................ca University Admission Policy: MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: Full MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: IBT: Departmental Requirement: Must hold at least a 4-year Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution...............ubc. $4. British Columbia... Director Phone: (604) 822-6065 Email: gurstein@interchange..............December 1.................15 Credits of Restricted Electives: .. 6333 Memorial Road.. or Final Project Credits: Supervised Research Project .....344............... $150 * International Partial Tuition Scholarship available..... Canada....................... 76% or B+ Average Strongly Recommended 100 (no component test less than 26) Must hold at least a 4-year Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.......(12) Total Required Credits in Planning Program: ............................................ or Thesis .................................................. Room 433 Vancouver....................ubc........ Exams............(6)...........................16th Edition Note: A total of 93 Masters students were registered (59 females and 34 males) 4 Canadians listed 2 ethnicities 1 Canadian listed 3 ethnicities DOCTORAL DEGREE Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Sherli Mah (604) 822-3276 phdscarp@interchange..........................................ubc...... TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 Ethnic Descent Canadian (Including Permanent Residents Armenian Chinese European/White Filipino First Nations/Meti Japanese Latin American Middle Eastern/North African/ Arab South Asian Southeast Asian West Asian Foreign (including US Citizens) Total Male Female Total Annual Student Enrollment Applied 09/10 10/11 174 175 Accepted 09/10 10/11 47 50 Enrolled 09/10 10/11 34 34 Masters MASTERS DEGREE Master of Arts (Planning) Master of Science (Planning) Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Patti Toporowski (604) 822-4422 ptop@interchange................scarp..................................................................26 Master’s Specializations Comparative Development Planning Community Development and Social Planning Disaster and Risk Management Planning Ecological and Natural Resources Planning Urban Design and Transportation Planning Urban Development Planning Page 152 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ....1136 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ..................................00 Domestic Student Application Fee: ...........................................12 Thesis.........................ubc....... Penelope Gurstein................................................................ca Dr.........60 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES...1 ....... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-2012: ..............ubc.. $90 International Student Application Fee: ...........180............ MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Credits of Core Coursework: ....26 International Student Tuition*: ........ca Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10..............................ca 1 2 15 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 10 36 0 4 35 1 1 1 0 0 4 2 0 14 62 1 6 50 2 2 2 1 2 5 2 1 24 98 Year Initiated: 1953 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10. 2010 Domestic Student Tuition: ....................UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA School of Community & Regional Planning Lasserre Building............ V6T 1Z2 Phone: (604) 822-3276 Fax: (604) 822-3787 Email: phdscarp@interchange....ca www.. $7.......................................

(Planning).C. B. (U.. B. Ph.A. Inner City Change and Planning Innovation. (University of Toronto).B. M.B. Dorcey Professor. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Wally Braul Adjunct Professor. (McGill University). M.A.ubc.ubc.C.E. M. (Carnegie Mellon).I. M.). Associate Director of SCARP for CHS.ca Jonathan Frantz Adjunct Professor.DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: IBT: Departmental Requirement: Must hold a Master’s degree from an accredited institution.P.A. B. (604) 822-0225 leonies@interchange. Specializations: Environmental & Aboriginal Law (604) 822-5387 dfrank@interchange. (University of Oregon). Specializations: Land Use Law.ubc.ca (604) 822-9312 angeles@interchange. (604) 822-2937 wrees@interchange. University of Adelaide (1970). Specializations: Urban Planning and Social Policy. (Geography and Political Science). Specializations: International Development Comparative Urbanization.). (Geography.S. BA (Hons). Heritage Conservation.ca Nathan Edelson Adjunct Professor. Berkeley). (Minnesota). Specializations: Metropolitan Structural Change. U. Ecological Economics. PLANNING FACULTY Leonora Angeles Associate Professor. B. U.com Penelope Gurstein Professor and Director.A.ca Timothy McDaniels Professor & Associate Director. Ph. Community-based Research.L.ubc. M.Arch. Governance.ubc.A.A.Sc. International Development.D.. M. (Geography.Sc. PhD.C.com ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .16th Edition | Page 153 . Specializations: Social Development. (U. (Planning) (U..ca (604) 687-5108 larrybeasley@shaw. PhD. Michael Leaf Associate Professor & Chair. Pacific Rim Urban Development.D. (Cornell).ca Anthony H. B. PhD. (SFU). (Planning.ubc. Ph.). F. (Cornell). M. F. Tom Hutton Professor.).D. njedelson@shaw.ca (604) 827-5054 sechang@interchange. (University of Oregon).ca Lawrence Frank Associate Professor. Hon. Mark Stevens Assistant Professor.D.A.ca (604) 822-4155 peterb@interchange..Sc. (Washington). Community and Regional Development.C. (Queen's). B.ubc.A. M.Arch. M.C. (Regional Planning) (Wisconsin). (Planning). Bill Buholzer Adjunct Professor. D. Ph. Berkeley).ubc.I. (Princeton).net (604) 822-6065 gurstein@interchange. M.R. F.C. Margaret Eberle Adjunct Professor.ubc.ca wbulholzer@gmail. Armand Bombardier Chair in Sustainable Transportation. M.). C. MFA (screenwriting) University of California at Los Angeles (1989). B.P. B. Strongly Recommended 600 Must hold a Master’s degree from an accredited institution. M. Specializations: Social Policy. (U. Chang Associate Professor. Ph. (Geography. Masters Program. Specializations: Planning Theory. B. B.ca William Rees Professor.ca Maged Senbel Assistant Professor. Specializations: Water Resources Management. (Sociology. of Toronto). (M. of Alberta).Arch.S.M.D. Australian National University (1974).A.B. Specializations: Urban Design..D. Urban Design. Specializations: Ecological Systems.ubc. Policy for Sustainable Development. Environmental Policy and Resource Management. Natural Resources Policy.ca (604) 822-5725 dorcey@interchange.I. University of North Carolina). B.C.A.ubc. Stephanie E.Arch. University of Oregon). Specializations: Affordable Housing.A. Specializations: International and Community Development (604) 822-9288 timmcd@interchange.Phil. Canada Research Chair in Disaster Management and Urban Sustainability. L.D. (604) 822-6213 leaf@interchange. (Planning. (604) 822-4818 thutton@interchange. Specializations: Transportation Infrastructure.C. Ph. U. (604) 822-1602 xstevens@interchange.com John Friedmann Honorary Professor.Arch. M.ca jon@eartothegroundplanning.P. Specializations: Decision Analysis. J.D.ca Leonie Sandercock Professor & Chair of PhD Program.Sc. Specializations: Disaster and Risk Management (604) 822-9158 senbel@interchange.T.C.S. Oxford University).ubc.ubc.. B. Specializations: Community Economic Development.J. (Simon Fraser U. Specializations: City Planning.A.A. Larry Beasley Distinguished Practice Professor. (York). Specializations: Environmental & Land Use Planning. (Philippines) Ph. m_eberle@telus.ubc. M. Human Ecology.ca Wally. MCRP. Dispute Resolution. (Economic Science) (Aberdeen).Arch. (604) 822-0107 jrpf@interchange..Braul@fmc-law. Peter Boothroyd Professor Emeritus. Specializations: Multimedia.L.

ecvance@shaw.16th Edition . william@ecoplan. Specializations: Real Property Development. wendy. Specializations: Housing.shiffer@translink. SCARP's mission is to advance the transition to sustainability through excellence in integrated policy and planning research. As one of the largest graduate planning programs in Canada.ca Bill Gushue Adjunct Professor.ca Scot Hein Adjunct Professor.ca Wendy Mendes Adjunct Professor.mendes@utoronto. Specializations: Economic Impact and Evaluation for Planning. and a teaching program characterized at once by diversity and integration.ca Norma-Jean McLaren Adjunct Professor.bc.ca Raymond Young Adjunct Professor. njmclaren@shaw. SCARP has the equivalent of 15 full-time faculty. Fortunately. SCARP pioneered the integrated approach to planning for development.ca Eric Vance Adjunct Professor. With more than five decades of experience in graduate planning education and research.bc. Specializations: Urban Food Systems Policy & Planning. Specializations: Sustainable Resource Management. joriorda@shaw. British Columbia. FYI The School of Community and Regional Planning is located at the naturally scenic UBC campus in beautiful Vancouver.ca Ann McAfee Adjunct Professor.vancouver.ca William Trousdale Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Geographical Information Systems. Specializations: Public Law in the Context of Land Use Control. amcafee@shaw. Specializations: Transportation michael. michael_gordon@city.ca Jay Wollenberg Adjunct Professor.ca Michael Shiffer Adjunct Professor. degrees. professional education and community service.D. The School of Community and Regional Planning at UBC was the first dedicated planning school in Canada.Michael Gordon Adjunct Professor. bgushue@cbainc.ca Jon O'Riordan Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Social Planning Policy. Specializations: Strategic Planning. Specializations: Urban Design scot. jay@coriolis. The Canadian Institute of Planners and the American Institute of Certified Planners has long recognized our Master’s and Ph. Specializations: Community Economic Development.ca Page 154 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .hein@vancouver. reyoung@shaw. 100 students enrolled. we are also small enough that students and faculty are able to enjoy regular one-on-one contact.

......... non-resident...... 120-126 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .....S.................16th Edition | Page 155 .................................... #1850 Berkeley................................................................................... Laboratory Science (2 yrs)................. Language other than English (2 yrs).............../ Domestic Applicants: $70 / International Applicants: $90 MASTERS DEGREE Master of City Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Student Affairs Officer (510) 643-9440 dcrpgrad@berkeley... Not required PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES...... Community................................................208.............................75 Out of State Tuition and Fees: .........75 Application Fee: . 2010 Financial Aid Deadline: .. 20 CED Requirement .............801......................ced.....................................27 Transportation Policy and Planning Housing..............U............................. Visual and Performing Arts (1 yr)......$9. Department Chair Phone: (510) 642-3256 E-mail: dcrpchair@berkeley.....106 Degrees Granted from 6/1/08 to 8/31/09 .. TUITION AND FEES Admission deadline: ....... California 94720-1850 Phone (510) 642-3256 Fax (510) 642-1641 http://www...........$60.............edu http://www...... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline: ... $70 (International) FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION http://www......edu/college/academics/fees GRADUATE DEADLINES.............................0 GPA............................ and Economic Development Growth Management and Land Use Planning Environmental Planning and Policy Urban Design International and Comparative Planning Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Metropolitan/ Regional Planning Undergraduate Specializations Urban Studies and Planning.................berkeley................$15....... March 2....ced..................... English (4 yrs)......................... ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS History/Social Science (2 yrs)..................... 9 to 12 External Breadth Requirement ....ced......................... 47 Major Requirement ............. 9 to 12 General Electives ....474........................................... 120-130 Thesis or Final Product ......................32 to 35+ Total Required Hours In Planning Program ...... Environmental Design ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .........................................874...............................UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY Department of City and Regional Planning 228 Wurster Hall............. TUITION AND FEES Admissions Deadline: ...................................$4............. December 5... College Prep Electives (1 yr). Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: Must be taken as well as three SAT II Subject Tests........dcrp.berkeley..... December 5................................. 2010 In-state Tuition and Fees: .........edu Karen Christensen................. Minimum GPA: CA resident: 3....................................berkeley.........................edu BA/BS PAB MA/MS PAB PAB Ph..................D.....$16..........................Unknown Degrees Granted from 6/1/09 to 6/30/10 ......................................... Departmental/University Requirement: UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .................................. 3.......................................25 Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ........................4 GPA.. Math (3 yrs)................................edu/advising/prospectivestudents Year initiated: 2002 Degrees Granted through 6/30/10................25 Application Fee: .... 2010 In-state Tuition and Fees: ...........................................................edu Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 100 118 19 16 13 9 350 459 66 63 40 37 62 76 10 14 5 13 Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Year Initiated: 1948 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/30/10..................November 20...................................50 Masters Specializations UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA in Urban Studies Contact Person: E-mail Susan Hagstrom hagstrom@berkeley.............

Environmental Planning....... The Dark Side of Silicon Valley: Analyzing the Effectiveness of Water Quality Regulation In the Context of the Semi-conductor Industry 4..... Computers and the Promise of Development 2............... Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3....................... Combination of fellowship and academic student appointments awarded to all incoming Ph........................ Thesis.. client report........0 Minimum GRE: No minimum score requirement Minimum TOEFL 570 (paper)................... 3.......................... or Final Product: ......................... Housing.48 units and 2 years of full-time student status Exam... students......0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .....D..........18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............ DOCTORAL DEGREE Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Student Affairs Officer (510) 643-9440 dcrpgrad@berkeley..... Land Use....................................0 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........ 68 (IBT) Prefers Master’s degree in planning or related field Male 2 27 0 0 1 4 3 6 44 Female 2 36 2 2 7 7 7 7 70 Total 4 63 2 2 8 DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 11 10 13 113 Hours of Core ................ 230 (CBT)...0 No minimum score required...............208 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/30/2006 ............... Deliberate Improvisation: The Governance of Highway Franchises in Santiago....... and filing of dissertation.................................. Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Not Required Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university........................ 3-6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..............................MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university..... or thesis TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race* White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don't Know Non-US Citizens/NonPermanent Residents Total Students Doctoral Specializations Transportation..................... planning-related work experience preferred but not required............................ Infrastructure DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Departmental Requirement: None....................... professional report. Indicators of academic progress include satisfactory completion of exams and annual review.......... an oral qualifying exam........ 230 (CBT).......... Regional Economic Development.......................... 68 (iBT)................................... Chile 1990-2005 3...........................16th Edition ....................... Planning Theory (2 courses) and Methods (3-4 courses) to be determined by the demands of dissertation research. 12-17 Hours for final project ................. Latino Perspectives and Community Environment: Encouraging Physical Activity for Better Health 6......0 Total Hours ............. Coursework in microeconomics and statistics preferred but not required........... Page 156 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ............................. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below... *Do not double count Hispanics.................. Students may choose to write a ............ International Planning................................ FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Multi-year fellowships for top applicants........... Thesis or Final Product .............. 570 (paper)........48 minimum Exam...0 Other .......................................... 4-5 Hours of Restricted Electives .6 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2002 to 8/31/2008 1................................. Costs of Suburbanization: Comparative Effects of Peri-Urban Residential Relocation on Household Welfare Measures in Shanghai 5... Urban Design..0 Hours of Restricted Electives .............edu Year initiated 1968 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2009........ Student must also complete Inside and Outside field examinations. 6-7 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .................................. Towards a Living Wage in the New Economy: The Politics and Economics of Building Labor Market Institutions at the Urban Scale MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .............................................................. Community Development.....

Ph.ced.TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race* White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don't Know Male 4 12 0 0 1 0 2 Female 2 9 0 0 2 2 5 Total 6 21 0 0 3 2 7 Karen Chapple Associate Professor. M. http://dcrp. Metropolitan/Regional Planning. MS.D.D. Specializations: Computer Applications. The role of public/private institutions in influencing urban development http://dcrp. Berkeley. Urban Environmental Justice. Health Impact Assessment. jcorburn@berkeley.berkeley.D.berkeley. Ph. Housing and Neighborhood Planning. Computer Applications.dear@berkeley. Metropolitan Planning. Specializations: Urban Geography. UCLA (1980). Specializations: Economic Development Planning. http://dcrp. University of California. University of California.D. Karlsruhe University. Land Use. and M.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-2454 dgc@berkeley.ced. http://dcrp.berkeley. University of Maryland (1971).ced. http://dcrp. Metropolitan/Regional Planning. Specializations: Citizen Participation.ced. http://dcrp. Georgia Institute of Technology.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-6579 pbossel@berkeley. Berkeley (1991).berkeley. UCLA (1976).S.. http://dcrp. Specializations: Local Economic Development.ced. Housing and Neighborhood Planning. http://dcrp. Specializations: Citizen Participation. MSCRP.edu Malo André Hutson Assistant Professor. MIT (1981). Specializations: Environmental Planning. Ph.16th Edition | Page 157 .hutson@berkeley. Specializations: Environmental Policy & Planning.. http://dcrp.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Housing and Neighborhood Planning. Ratcliffe College (1966). University of Colorado. MCP and Ph.. International Development and Planning.ced.berkeley. B. M. Social & Spatial Epidemiology. http://dcrp. Berkeley. Housing and Neighborhood Planning.edu Non-US Citizens/NonPermanent Residents Total Students Jason Corburn 10 30 4 23 14 52 Associate Professor. Planning Law. Infrastructure/Public Services. Poverty.. Germany (1973)..D. Infrastructure/Public Services.S.S.edu/people/faculty (510) 643-4790 *Do not double count Hispanics. Community Development. Ph. Pratt Institute (1994).edu PLANNING FACULTY Nezar AlSayyad Professor. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. AB. Diploma in Architecture. Science & Technology Studies. International Development and Planning.D. J. University of Noth Carolina (1973).berkeley..edu Peter Bosselmann Professor.D. Ph. BA. Specializations: Transportation.D. Environmental Health. Smart Growth.ced. Natural Resource Planning. Ph.ced. http://socrates.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-1324 m.berkeley.ced. Boston College. Environmental Psychology. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.. University of California. Master in Public Policy..ced. Specializations: Historic Preservation. (1980).edu/people/faculty (510) 642-1868 chapple@berkeley. BA..edu/people/faculty (510) 642-47497 edeakin@berkeley.D. MCP (1977) and Ph.ced.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-6579 dowall@berkeley. University of California. Political Economy and Planning Theory.edu/people/faculty Michael Dear Professor.edu Daniel G.berkeley. Social Theory.berkeley. UC Berkeley (2000). (1975). MURP (1974) and Ph.berkeley. Harvard University (1997). Social Policy.S. Columbia University (1989). Environmental Dispute Resolution.edu David Dowall Professor.berkeley. Environmental Planning. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. Specializations: Urban Policy and Politics.edu (510) 642-1776 m. International Development and Planning. Chatman Assistant Professor. University of Pennsylvania.edu Karen Christensen Associate Professor.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-3111 kchriste@berkeley. UCLA (2005). BA... Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Land Use/ Growth Management. Berkeley (1988).edu Robert Cervero Professor. http://dcrp. MCP.edu Elizabeth Deakin Professor.Arch. B. Economic Development.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-4852 nezar@berkeley.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-1695 robertc@berkeley.D.

edu Adjunct Associate Professor.ced. Physical Planning/Urban Design. BA. Citizen Participation/Community Organization..ced. http://dcrp.16th Edition . Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1973). Negotiation and Conflict Management. University of British Columbia (1983).edu Elizabeth Macdonald Associate Professor.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-3256 fetzel@berkeley. Specializations: Economic Development Planning.D. http://dcrp.berkeley. Williams College (1976). Landscape/Site Design.edu/people/faculty (480) 965-7167 msouthw@berkeley. Gender Studies and Planning. http://dcrp. Economic Geography. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1989). Land Use/Growth Management. Street Design.berkeley. MCP (1994) and Ph.edu Jennifer Wolch Professor.edu/people/faculty Michael Smith-Heimer Professor Adjunct.ced... University of California. (1970).ced. Radcliffe College (1963). Ph. http://dcrp. Specializations: Citizen Participation. University of Texas.edu John Radke Associate Professor.berkeley. Hastings College of Law (1978). International Development and Planning. University of California.berkeley. BA.D. M. Ph. Economic Development PLanning. Ph.com Ananya Roy Professor.edu/people/faculty FYI Concurrent Masters Degrees with the Following Departments are Offered: o International and Area Studies to list of Concurrent Masters Degrees. Urban and Regional Economics..D.D. Specializations: Computer Applications. Land Use.D.edu FAICP Michael Southworth Professor. (1999). http://dcrp. Environmental Psychology. http://dcrp.D.ced. http://dcrp.Arch.ced. Infrastructure/Public Services..berkeley. Historic Preservation. Ph. Ph.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-3256 jinnes@berkeley. BA.edu/people/faculty (510) 643-6622 waddell@berkeley. Colgate University (1968). Housing and Neighborhood Development. Berkeley. Princeton University (1978).D. Geographic Information Systems.edu/people/faculty (510) 643-5995 ratt@berkeley. MCP.berkeley. UC Berkeley. Natural Resource Planning. Mills College (1992).berkeley.edu Paul Waddell Professor. Planning Practice.edu/people/faculty wolch@berkeley. BA.edu AnnaLee Saxenian Professor. BA (1975) and MA (1977). Transportation. UC Berkeley (1980). Dallas. MIT.D. History of Urban Design and Urban Form. http://dcrp. MLA/MCP and Ph. Specializations: Community Development. Regional Economics. Specializations: Urban Economics.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-3256 anno@ischool. http://dcrp.S. (1964).ced. Urban Simulation Modeling. http://dcrp. Berkeley. BA (1962) and B. Metropolitan/Regional Planning. o Architecture o Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning o Civil Engineering o Public Health o Law (510) 642-4938 ananya@berkeley. (1981) and Ph.berkeley. BA. and Environmental Behavior Research. http://dcrp.ced.ced. Specializations: Citizen Participation. Environmental Planning. MA. Environmental Planning. J. University of California.edu/people/faculty OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Arthur Blaustein Adjunct Professor.ced.Judith Innes Professor. Specializations: Environmental Planning. MCP.edu Page 158 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .netcom. (1989).berkeley.berkeley. Quantitative Methods. Wilfred Laurier. Environmental Planning. Berkeley (1999)..berkeley.ced. MCP (1967) and Ph.D. Specializations: Urban Design Theory. University if Minnesota. Specializations: Real Estate Development. Community Development.. Public Space Design. Columbia University (1962).berkeley.edu (510) 642-3256 mash2@ix.D. Political Economy.edu/people/faculty (510) 642-3256 Fred Etzel AICP (510) 643-3765 emacdon@berkeley.

Environmental Planning.......$40 Additional Fees: ... $4................ Transportation. Health Promotion MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Must hold Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3.................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............... Urban Design........ Urban Security..........601 per quarter Application Fee ..450 per month... Masters Doctoral 106 54 174 65 92 15 133 8 34 10 50 5 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Janet Gallagher (949) 824-9849 or (949) 824-0563 ppd@uci............edu/ppd David Feldman................................16th Edition | Page 159 ....472 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .. 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........... $11..............................8 Hours of Restricted Electives ....37 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .................... Economic Development.............72 Exam......32 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..... $9.. 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 ..........................UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE Department of Planning........... Out of state tuition paid by some research assistantships.................. with some offers paying from one to two quarters of out-of-state tuition and fees.....January 15................................... None Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: GRADUATE DEADLINES.................................................................................January 15................. California 92697-7075 Phone (949) 824-0563 Fax (949) 824-8566 ppd@uci................................ Policy..uci....... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 for Masters program ....................... Department Chair Phone (949) 824-4384 E-mail: David..........................edu BA/BS PAB MA/MS PAB PAB Ph.....975 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ........... Public Management........Feldman@uci................................................................edu Teaching/Research Assistantships: Year Initiated: 1992 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09............................... with payment of in-state fees and health insurance................................D program.............0 Verbal plus quantitative greater than 1100 recommended Only required for non-native English speakers ((550 for paper-based test. 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees: ........ 2011 Admission Deadline 2011-12 for Ph..........................270 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/09 ...............................32 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .........January 15.................. PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES.. Thesis or Final Product: Required “Professional Report” Analysis of a community planning process or project done in a manner that shows professional judgement and competence........... Not Required Three letters of recommendation........... ACSP Member: FULL Areas of Study Housing and Community Development...... 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 for Masters program ..............edu http://socialecology.............................................................. Approximately $1... January 15.......505 per quarter Application Fee ......D Program ..................... Contact Department. Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Internship: Grants and Loans: Department provides assistance in placing students in internships......D......................$70 Additional Fees: .......... statement of purpose.. January 15............................................................................ 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 for Ph. Ten to 12 fee fellowships pay from one to three quarters of fees.................. Availability varies................. transcripts.. $3...... Awards based on merit................... and Design 202 Social Ecology I Irvine............ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 . and 213 for the computer-based test)........Graduate Student Health Insurance: $781 per quarter MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........................................................ Land Use/Growth Management..........January 15..................... Awards based on merit...............................

................................0 GPA.......... Inscribing at the Crossroads of Culture and Crime: Graffiti in Place and on Property in Urban Los Angeles........ Teaching/Research Assistantships: *Do not double count Hispanics...... Land Markets.................. Doctoral Specializations Urban and Community Development. with payment of in-state fees and health insurance...450 per month..32 Degrees Granted from 9/1/10 to 8/31/10 .......... Approximately $1.....3 Recent Dissertations 1... Metropolitan Quality of Life: The Roles of Labor Markets. and Amenities....... Awards based on merit.... Environmental Policy.......24 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .............. Awards based on merit. Out of state tuition paid by some research assistantships........ Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...... and Design (formerly Urban & Regional Planning) Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Janet Gallagher (949) 824-9849 or (949) 824-0563 ppd@uci........ 1100 minimum recommended......0 GPA............... 3.24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...............................S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 4 17 1 0 6 0 1 5 34 Female 5 27 0 1 9 0 1 11 54 Total 9 44 1 1 15 0 2 16 88 DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Departmental Requirement: Minimum 3..........0 Hours of Restricted Electives ........................... statement of purpose........ 5..... Minimum 3........ Blighted Partnerships: Unsustainable Redevelopment Practices....... Thesis or Final Product Comprehensive exams on methods and topical area of specialization in second year......... Design Behavior Research.. Three letters of recommendation..... ..................... DOCTORAL DEGREE Planning.... Portions of awards renewable for total of four years........................... with some offers paying three quarters of out-of-state tuition and stipend......0 Exam..... 2..........edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U............................S............ Exploring Elements of Religious Organizations that Affect Participation and Success in Obtaining Funding from Faith-based Initiatives... Health Promotion and Policy Page 160 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..................... Policy.. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. transcripts......16th Edition *Do not double count Hispanics.......TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U............ Walking and Urban Form: Modeling and Testing Parental Decisions about Children’s Travel............. FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Internship: Grants and Loans: Department provides assistance in placing students in internships... 4.................. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 5 11 Female 2 13 0 0 3 0 0 4 22 Total 2 18 0 0 4 0 0 9 33 Year initiated 1997 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10............... Ten to 12 fee fellowships pay from one to three quarters of fees. Transdisciplinary Scientific Collaboration: An Exploration of the Research Process. 6......... DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .........24 Other ............

. Sustainability Planning.seweb.. Specializations: Environmental Justice. Biodemography. Poverty Reduction. Irvine. Spatial Analysis.seweb. http://www. http://www. Specializations: Planning in Developing Countries. University of Southern California.D.edu Douglas Houston Assistant Professor. Sustainable Development.D. Ph.uci.D.seweb. D.seweb. Ph. Princeton University.seweb. Global Governance. http://www. Risk Assessment.seweb.uci. American Politics.seweb.edu (949) 824-9825 lejano@uci. University of California..D.D. Perinatal Epidemiology.edu/faculty/matthew/ (949) 824-0563 tbruck@uci.. Specializations: Urban Design. Qualitative Research Methods. http://www.edu/faculty/beard/ (949) 824-6484 vbeard@uci. (949) 824-3521 basolo@uci.. University of North Carolina.seweb. M.edu David L. Water Resources and Environment.C.edu Professor. Princeton University.edu Sanjoy Mazumdar Professor. Ph.edu Helen Ingram Professor Emerita.. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specializations: Social Demography. Planning Theory and Population Studies.edu (949) 824-9087 agarde@uci.uci. http://www.Env. Mental Health Policy Richard Matthew Associate Professor.D.edu/faculty/lejano/ (949) 824-7696 bollens@uci.uci.edu/faculty/bollens/ Raul Lejano Associate Professor. http://www. Public Health. Regionalism and Environmental Policy.uci.16th Edition | Page 161 ..edu/ faculty/mazumdar/ (949) 924-6990 chew@uci.edu/faculty/stokols/ (949) 824-5102 jfdiment@uci. Specializations: Water Resources Management and Policy. Urban Inequality.uci.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . University of California. http:// www.edu/faculty/ingram/ Marlon Boarnet Professor..edu/faculty/dimento/ (949) 824-5046 mazumdar@uci. Specializations: Economic Downturns and Health. uci. Social and Cultural Aspects of Planning. MIT. Air Quality.D. University of California.seweb. Economic Development.D. University of California.edu Tim-Allen Bruckner Assistant Professor... Ph.D. Specializations: Environmental Design.D.. Ph..edu AICP Scott Bollens (949) 824-0563 houston@uci. Physical Planning. Specializations: Organization Theory. Ph.uci. Regional Analysis.. Specializations: Public Policy. Sustainable Growth. Los Angeles. Environmental Equity.S.PLANNING FACULTY Victoria Basolo AICP Associate Professor.edu/faculty/ chew/ (949) 824-4852 rmatthew@uci.uci. Stanford University.uci.D.seweb. Ph.. Intergovernmental Planning.-Mexico Relations.seweb. Urban Security. Feldman Professor and Chair: Ph.D. Local Economic Development/Redevelopment. Ph.uci.edu (949) 824-6323 lsuarez@uci. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Qualitative Research Methods.edu/faculty/basolo/ Martha Feldman Professor. http://www.edu/faculty/suarez-villa/ (949) 824-4384 feldmand@uci. Ethnic Communities. Conflict Resolution. Specializations: Land use and Environmental Law. Specializations: Transportation Planning. http://www.edu/faculty/boarnet/ (949) 824-1434 hingram@uci. Chapel Hill. U. J.. Urban Form. Metropolitan Governance.edu Ajay Garde Associate Professor. http://www.edu/faculty/feldman/ (949) 824-4252 feldmanm@uci. Ethics and the Environment. Organizational Change.S.Arch. Specializations: Health Impacts of Environmental Stressors. Conflict and Security. Health Promotion and Planning.D.. Specializations: Urban Ethnic Relations.seweb. Demographic Methods in Planning. Ph. Ph.. Ph. University of Missouri.edu Luis Suarez-Villa Professor. Specializations: Innovation and Technology. University of British Columbia.D.D. Environmental Design and Social Behavior.. Growth Policy.edu Victoria Beard Associate Professor. http://www.P. Ph.uci. M.edu/faculty/feldmand (949) 824-5294 dstokols@uci. Columbia University.uci. Specializations: Environmental Change. Cornell University.D. Ph. Ph. Ph. Public Management.seweb. Economic and Social Development.. (949) 824-7695 mgboarne@uci. A. Los Angeles.edu Kenneth Chew Senior Lecturer (tenured) and Vice Chair.uci.D.D. Specializations: Housing and Community Development. Ph.edu Daniel Stokols Professor. http://www. http://www. Urban Economics. Specializations: Transportation.edu Joseph DiMento Professor. Adaptive Management and Sustainable Development http://socialecology.. University of Michigan. Community-based Planning. International Organizations. Global Environmental Change. Berkeley..

Emerita.. Computer Applications. Specializations: Physical Planning.D. University of California. Specializations: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics and Policy. J. Specializations: Social Movements. Specializations: Planning Practice.D. University of Chicago. Ph.. Environmental Planning. Michael McNally Associate Professor.. Judith Rosener Senior Lecturer with Security of Employment.Rodolfo Torres Professor.. Joseph Devoy Lecturer. Growth Management. University of California.edu/faculty/torres/ (949) 824-7680 rodolfo@uci. Claremont Graduate School. Specializations: Public Policy. David Meyer Professor. Public Policy. Mark Petracca Associate Professor. California State University. Specializations: Transportation Policy.uci. Specializations: Transportation Planning.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Sarah Catz Lecturer. Specializations: International Development. Poverty and Social Policy.. Long Beach Specializations: Geographic Information Systems.D. Santa Clara University School of Law. Travel Demand Models. Social Justice. Studies in Racism and Inequalities. Ph. Land Use Planning. Transportation and Land Use. Specializations: Critical Urbanism. Urban Design. Political Economy. B. Randal Jackson Lecturer. Cornell University. Computer Applications. David Smith Professor. Infrastructure Planning. Class Structures.16th Edition .L.D. Physical Planning. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Michael Ruane Lecturer. Page 162 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..D. Ph. Urban and Regional Development.D. Utah State University. Strategic Planning. Claremont Graduate School. Interest Groups.D. Infrastructure Policy. MA. Irvine. Ph. http://www. Ph.seweb. BS and ME. Jean-Daniel Saphores Associate Professor. Boston University.D. Political Institutions. Ph. Strategic Planning and Real Estate.A. Specializations: Politics and Governance. Public Management.. Los Angeles.. Ph.

....................UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES School of Public Affairs 3250 School of Public Affairs Building Los Angeles. Some departmental fellowships .................................... Annual Student Enrollment Applied 09-10 Masters Doctoral 357 52 10-11 397 80 Accepted 09-10 164 14 10-11 182 10 Enrolled 09-10 77 7 10-11 81 4 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U.................... Regional and International Development..... Transportation Policy and Planning....D Program ............................ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program .0 University None...................... or 2-week exam) PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINE.......................... Taylor....... Environmental Analysis and Policy...........$18.....72 Exams or Written Requirements:......... 600/250/100 None.....................................................................636 per year Application Fee ...................... These provide fee remissions (approx....................... 3... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...................... Microeconomics....S......24 Capstone Project ........................................................................ Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Male 13 40 3 3 7 0 2 4 72 Female 9 32 2 3 14 0 3 3 66 Total 22 72 5 6 21 0 5 7 138 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Jennifer Crowe (310) 825-8957 jcrowe@publicaffairs...... Some teaching and research assistantships (number varies each year)........................Thesis or Comprehensive Exam Option (individual applied research project................edu Year Initiated: 1969 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10. ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: None......................................... 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees . Some non-resident tuition waivers.........139 Masters Specializations Design and Development....December 15.................................D.................................edu MURP PAB Ph........................ 2011 Admission Deadline 2010-11 for Ph...............................ucla.......ucla...........publicaffairs..... ................ None FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 5-6 major 2-year fellowships offered per year...................... $70 Additional Fees ..... December 15.........935 per year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.............................. .... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program . ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..20 Hours of Restricted Electives ........................... Community Economic Development and Housing Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics. some transportation fellowships.............edu/urban-planning Brian D.......................................... California 90095-1656 Phone (310) 825-4025 Fax (310) 206-5566 http://www..... Department Chair (310) 903-3228 E-mail: btaylor@ucla................20 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .. or comprehensive (group) project.........0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .. MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ....................8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ................... December 15....................... (Check with Department). January 15..16th Edition | Page 163 .$31.... College Algebra.1914 Degrees Granted from 9/1/07 to 8/31/10 ......................................D program ....... fees) under certain conditions......... 2/3 of reg... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.

................ MIT (1987)........ http://www....... some transportation fellowships.edu Leobardo Estrada Associate Professor....publicaffairs.............publicaffairs...... 2/3 of reg..edu Page 164 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .................. three courses in outside field.........DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph.. Social Policy and Planning. Baylor University (1966).S..... Ohio State University (1979). Environmental Policy........ India" "The Regulated City: The Politics of Land Use Regulation in Los Angeles................. Thesis or Final Product:..12 Total Required Hours in Program. three courses in research methods and Oral Qualifying Exam for advancement to Candidacy.............D..... in Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Jennifer Crowe (310) 825-8957 jcrowe@publicaffairs......edu/randall-crane (310) 951-3576 crane@ucla.. Social Economic Inequality...... Transportation.......... MS (1968) and Ph.................D. None..... (310) 825-6574 leobard@ucla.edu Randall Crane Professor. Gender and Planning... Economic Development. (1995)............ Florida State University........ UC Berkeley (1982)........ These provide fee remissions (approx.....182 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/10 .. BA..edu/evelyn-blumenberg DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Required Courses.. Gender and Planning.ucla. MCRP... Geographic Information Systems......10 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/10 1... BA.D............. UC Santa Barbara (1974).............. 48 Exam...... Loyalty and Structural Silence: Citizen-Consumer Access and Behavior in Nigeria’s Urban Water Markets" "Promise or Compromise? Community-Managed Water Supply for the Urban Poor in Madhya Pradesh... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.................. Planning for Multiple Public. BA... (Check with Department).. http://www...... http://www....... UCLA....... MA (1990) and Ph....publicaffairs....... 3.. Critical Studies of Cities and Regions.. Some non-resident tuition waivers.Must pass written and oral major field exams. the Environment..........edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U.......D........ Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Male 3 8 2 0 1 0 0 5 19 Female 2 7 1 1 4 0 0 4 19 Total 5 15 3 1 5 0 0 9 38 Year Initiated 1970 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10... 1909-2009 Doctoral Specializations Community Development...16th Edition . Regional Political Economy...................12 Hours of Restricted Electives ............24 Hours of Methods Courses .........ucla..ucla... “Exit...... fees) under certain conditions..... Housing. Specializations: Social Planning......... Culture and Ethnicity....ucla... 2...... Master’s degree in relevant field...0 Hours of Outside Field . Specializations: Urban Poverty and Low Wage Labor Markets.... Some teaching and research assistantships (number varies each year)..... International Housing and Development... Specializations: Urban Development.........edu/leobardo-estrada FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 3-4 major 4-year fellowships offered per year.. Voice........... (1970)... (310) 903-3305 eblumenb@ucla.................. Housing........... Ph.. 600/250/100 Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics... Survey Research...... Some departmental fellowships... Urban Design DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Departmental Requirement: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: None....... Governance... PLANNING FACULTY Evelyn Blumenberg Associate Professor..

http://www. Master of Urban Design. Collaboration Among Community Based Organizations.ucla. BA..publicaffairs.publicaffairs. UC Berkeley.D.publicaffairs. Community Development.D.edu Paul Ong Professor.edu/edward-soja (310) 779-5654 sbhecht@ucla..ucla. Alternative Planning & Design for Grassroots Empowerment. Public Environment of the City.edu (310) 429-8641 takahash@publicaffairs. BS. Columbia University.edu/paul-ong (301) 267-4738 tilly@ucla.D. http://www. Urban Design. http://www. Harvard (2008). Chinese urbanization.ucla. Specializations: Housing and Land Development. Ph. MIT (2000). (1988).D.D. with some broader comparative work. BA.ucla. BA. Ph. Specializations: Physical Planning. University of Washington (1977). MA (1979) and Ph. Transportation and Urban Form.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . UC Berkeley. Yale University.publicaffairs.ucla. Natural Resource Planning and Rural Development. (1982). Specializations: Social Service Delivery Focusing on HIV/AIDS and Homelessness. Ph. http://www.D. Specializations: Critical Urban and Regional Studies. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Politics. Specializations: Environmental policy. UCLA (1992). M. BE (1961).publicaffairs. Harvard College (1976). MS.D. BA (1962)..edu/chris-tilly (310) 794-4478 mukhija@ucla. Specializations: Public Finance & Fiscal Planning. Institute for Research on Labor and Employment.ucla.16th Edition | Page 165 .publicaffairs. Neighborhood Planning. (1982). (1980).edu/jacqueline-leavitt Michael Storper Professor.ucla. University of Southern California. http://www.edu Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris Professor. Specializations: International Development and Planning.Arch (1984). Computer Visualization of Urban Environments.edu/lois-takahashi (310) 825-6294 rliggett@ucla. Ph. http://www. Hunter College (1961). http://www. BA. Women in Development. Gender Studies and Planning. Carnegie Mellon University (1987). MS (1971) and Ph.edu/susanna-hecht Edward Soja Distinguished Professor Emeritus. Planning History. poverty and inequality. Parking. http://www.edu Donald Shoup FAICP Professor. Comparative Regional Restructuring in Industrial Societies. Political Economy. Urban and Regional Economics.edu Vinit Mukhija Associate Professor. transportation policy. Pomona College (1966).D. USC (1992). Trade and Location Patterns and Labor Markets.ucla. Urban Design & Urban Planning.. Specialization: Housing Policy. (1968). urban economics. MPL (1985) and Ph. His research focuses on the US and Mexico.ucla. social movements.. UC Berkeley (1983). Specializations: Transportation Policy.publicaffairs. Race/ Ethnicity and Planning.publicaffairs.edu Rui Wang Assistant Professor.publicaffairs. (1978).D. Pennsylvania State University (1961). UCLA (1983). BA (1975).edu/brian-d-taylor (310) 206-9679 sideris@ucla. Urban Labor Markets. MUP. Geographic Information Systems. Privatization of Public Space. Specializations: Work and labor markets.D.publicaffairs. Spatial and Planning Theory.edu Robin Liggett Professor Emeritus. Locational Conflict.Arch. MS (1965) and Ph. M.edu (310) 825-4335 esoja@ucla. Immigrants in the Urban Economy. University of Wisconsin (1961). UCLA.ucla.edu/michael-storper (310) 825-4380 jleavitt@ucla. http://www. BS. community and regional development.ucla. Planning for Special Populations. Political Economy. Computer Applications in Architecture. Ph.edu/vinit-mukhija Chris Tilly Professor.edu (310) 825-2718 storper@ucla. MA (1976) and Ph. University of Hong Kong (1992). Physical Planning and Urban Design.Susanna Hecht Professor. http://www. http://www. MA (1965) and Ph. International Development and Planning. Ph. Syracuse University (1967).ucla. Specializations: Economic Development Planning. Urban & Neighborhood Revitalization. http://www.D.edu/rui-wang (310) 206-2193 pmong@ucla.publicaffairs.edu/anastasia-loukaitou-sideris Brian Taylor Professor. Planning History and Theory.ucla. Specializations: Quantitative Methods.D. Development Strategies for Low Income Communities. MA. Transportation and Land Use. UC Berkeley.. University of Texas (1995). Planning and Finance. Safety and Security in Inner City Areas and Bus Stop Crime.publicaffairs.publicaffairs. University of Chicago (1972). Also Director.D.edu (310) 367-3738 ruiwang@ucla.edu Jacqueline Leavitt Professor.edu/robin-liggett Lois Takahashi Professor.edu/donald-shoup (310) 825-5705 shoup@ucla. MCP (1987) and MS (1987). Ph.ucla.edu (310) 903-3228 btaylor@ucla. MIT (1989).. http://www.

.d. UCLA.edu Goetz Wolff Lecturer. GRADUATES AFTER COMMENCEMENT Page 166 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Critical Urban Studies.edu/goetz-wolff (310) 422-5997 scommins@ucla.D. Public Art.publicaffairs.org Richard J.edu/gary-orfield (310) 267-4877 orfield@gseis. MA. Specializations: Physical Planning.edu Stephen Commins Lecturer. Industry Cluster/Sectoral Analysis. Funding & Facility Development. Social & Cultural Bases of Design.publicaffairs. built environment and health. UC Berkeley (1982).ucla. http://www. Specializations: The Culture of Cities. Popular Education and Public Policy. UC Santa Cruz. MA. UC Berkeley (1997). environmental health policy.edu (310) 825-4896 cgold@ucla. MA.ucla. BA. 20th-century Urbanism.publicaffairs.ucla. Ph.D.ucla.ucla. Ethnicity and Social Inequality.P. MA (1977). Koreatown.ucla. Claremont School of Theology (1974). children's health. Planning. M.publicaffairs.ucla. Ph. Race and Ethnicity... Cooperatives. SUNY-Albany (1989). Industrial.S. Urban Sociology http://www. http://www. MA. Zhongshan (Sun Yat-Sen) University. urban policy and minority opportunity. BA.ucla.edu/stephen-commins (310) 206-8224 abel@ucla.edu Abel Valenzuela Professor. BA. The Uses and Meanings of the Urban Built Environment.ucla.D. http://www.ucla. Urban Economic Development Strategies. the nation's leading research center on issues of civil rights and racial inequality.edu Gilda Haas Lecturer. Urban History. http://www. Specializations: International Migration. Specializations: History of Development Planning and Theory.publicaffairs. Specializations: Community Economic Development. BA. Occidental College (1965. Race. Financial Institutions and Markets. SUNY-Albany (1985).D.. UCLA (1971). http://www. BA (1975). UC Berkeley (1986). Specializations: Educational policy as it relates to the challenges of urban schools. community environmental health http://portal. Urban Poverty. Jackson Professor of Environmental Health Sciences. Yale University. Regional Economic Development Policies. Intra-Asian Migration: Diverse Patterns of Human Movements and the Role of the State. University of Minnesota (1963). The Civil Rights Project.edu/abel-valenzuela (310) 825-9106 eavila@ucla. Rural Development and Social Policy.ucla.edu JUBILANT PH.edu/gilda-haas (213) 745-9961 gilda@drpop.edu/people/faculty?lid=250&display_one=1 (310) 206-5517 dcuff@ucla.16th Edition . Specializations: Interplay of Race Ethnicity. Cultural Policy. Southern California Regional Economy.D (UCSF). China (1982). (1995).edu Min Zhou Professor of Sociology. Ph. MCP (1990) and Ph. University of Chicago (1965). UCLA (1988). Specializations: Regional Economic Development.edu Carol Goldstein Lecturer. http://www. (1968).edu/michael-stoll (310) 206-4774 mstoll@ucla. BA. Comparative U.publicaffairs.publicaffairs. MA.edu/sph/institution/personnel?personnel_id=629986 FYI (310) 206-8522 dickjackson@ucla. and Pico Union. Specializations: Physical Planning/Urban Design. Urban Design and Planning Practice. BS.edu/eric-avila Michael Stoll Professor..edu Dana Cuff Professor.edu/dana-cuff (310) 369-0900 gwolff@ucla. Racial Identity and Racialization. Low Income Housing & Neighborhoods. AB. Specializations: Biomonitoring. Industrial Restructuring and Labor Market Dynamics. M.D. Co-director and Founder. (1993). Northwestern University (1972). http://www.ctrl.d. UC Berkeley (1992). MIT. http://www.ucla.ucla. BA. University of Chicago (1968). Urban Poverty and Labor Markets. The Community. UCLA. Ph.D. UC Berkeley (1988).publicaffairs. Non-Governmental Organizations.OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Eric Avila Associate Professor of Chicana/o Studies. Urban Latino/Chicano Culture. civil rights. Ph. MIT.publicaffairs.soc. http://www. ABD. History of Los Angeles.edu Gary Orfield Professor of Education. Specializations: Immigrant Neighborhoods in Los Angeles: Chinatown. UC Berkeley (1990). MCP (1968) and Ph.H (UC Berkeley). Spatial and Labor Analysis. Immigrants in the Urban Economy.edu/carol-goldstein (310) 825-3532 mzhou@soc. BA.

.............. 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 for Ph... Department...... 200 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ............February 1...... 30 Hours of Restricted Elective ... 6 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ........uc................ Certificate in Geographic Information Systems UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: College Prep Program............... 78 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ...............edu/planning Xinhao Wang......... Department.................. Thesis Required PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES......February 1........................... Ohio 45221-0016 Phone (513) 556-4943 Fax (513) 556-1274 E-mail: ucplanning@uc...................$7......................... $3...................................................... SAT........February 1...............................................................................D....................... 0 Other (Thesis) . 232 Undergraduate Specializations Student chooses from over 20 options or develops own........ Department.......................................................196 per quarter ($24......O................ top 30%.........................995 per quarter (23.............................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 for Masters program ...... 20.................................................................Rolling Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 ........ variable.......... 864 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..................................................................................................................... $4.............D Program .................................... 27 Other (Thesis) ........... Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT.... 21. 69 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .... variable.588/year) Application Fee ....................................236/year) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .....412 per quarter ($13............ variable...University.................... 90 Hours of Studio Courses ..................... Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: ACT............... Annual Student Enrollment Applied 09/10 Undergraduate Masters Doctoral 112 120 24 08/09 124 95 28 Accepted 09/10 62 92 3 08/09 54 64 3 Enrolled 09/10 50 33 3 08/09 26 47 3 UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: College Prep Program............... $50 Additional Fees: .. $8..University......16th Edition | Page 167 ..................................................................None Year initiated:1961 Not PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/30/10............................D......... SAT...........UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI School of Planning..... 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees: ...................................... Rolling Admission Deadline 2011-12 for Ph.....University....wang@uc....... February 1............ Department................ University..........edu http://daap... variable.............. 45 Hours of Concentration.................................................edu BS BUP MCP Ph............................................ top 40%......................................... Thesis Required Year Initiated:1961 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/30/10................. variable............................11 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ..........................wang@uc..................................... 186 Thesis or Final Product .... 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 for Masters program . Department.................edu GRADUATE DEADLINES.............................. Department........................................... Art and Planning P.............. College of Design.......................D program............ 940 UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE Bachelor of Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Xinhao Wang (513) 556-0497 inhao. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 ...........985/year) Application Fee: ....... None Bachelor of Science in Urban Studies Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Xinhao Wang (513) 556-0497 xinhao.............. 980 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........wang@uc............................$50 Additional Fees: ........................ PAB PABPAB PAB ACSP Member: FULL Undergraduate Specializations Certificate in Historic Preservation......... Architecture.065/year) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: .......edu UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ............................................................ 30 Hours of Restricted Elective ................. 186 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University ..................355 per quarter (10................. variable........................................................................................................................... Box 210016 Cincinnati. 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees: .................. Ph....................................................... Interim School Director Phone: (513)556-0497 E-Mail: xinhao........................... 200 Thesis or Final Product ....University... University....

...............33 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...21 Other ......... Department...2 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2003 to 6/30/10 ............. TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Male 1 35 2 0 0 0 1 7 45 Female 0 23 3 0 4 0 0 8 38 Total 1 58 5 0 4 0 1 15 83 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Community Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Xinhao Wang (513) 556-0497 inhao........... 3.11 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ........FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION University merit scholarships and several departmental minority scholarships.... *Do not double count Hispanics................. Page 168 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .......90 Exam..16th Edition .................................... 560.... Department....... Thesis NOTE: Paid summer Internship is required................................ Regional Development..... interview and financial need........................2 Doctoral Specializations Metropolitan Development Planning............................................. exam.................................... Planning & Management in Developing Countries.....................................5 Hours of Restricted Electives .................156 Masters Specializations Urban Design Physical Planning Environmental Planning Economic Development International Development Certificate in Historic Preservation Certificate in Geographic Information Systems Peace Corps Programs: Masters International Program Peace Corps/Fellows USA MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Variable.................... and 35-40 full and partial tuition scholarships and internships........ Year initiated 2002 Degrees Granted through 6/30/10...............20 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................... variable.......... variable......... FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Ten full MCP assistantships........... Regional/National Development Planning................... University................edu MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .............. Department......Thesis or Final Product: ........863 Degrees Granted from 9/1/02 to 8/31/10 ........ SAT/ACT score................................................................ Eligibility based on GPA.....................wang@uc.wang@uc..................... DOCTORAL DEGREE Regional Development Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Xinhao Wang (513) 556-0497 xinhao.................. University....0 University.......... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...... 520........ Eligibility based on merit............. variable.........................................edu Hispanics of any race White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent residents Total students Year Initiated: 1963 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/30/10.................

.. AICP David J.. Ethical Issues. comprehensive exam... Cornell..edu AICP DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core . Political Economy... Ph....... Environmental Justice....... Local Government and Capacity Building........ Ph........... Planning Techniques. (513) 293-8156 *Do not double count Hispanics.auffrey@uc..... natural science.................... Cornell.....honadle@uc.D..... PhD... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..... Carla Chifos Associate Professor....20 Hours of Minor Field .45 Hours of Major Field ....... University.arefi@uc. Cornell. michael.........D... Economic Development......... Cincinnati. Department...4 University.. 3.... Mediation and Facilitation of Organizational and Public Policy Disputes..D..... (513) 556-0208 jan......First year screening......... Ellison Professor.............. Specializations: Economic Development Planning...... Edelman Professor.chifos@uc...looye@uc...... Department...... MS.... stats......20 Hours of Research.... Charles E.edu Christopher Auffrey Associate Professor....ellison@uc.. beth..... MUD.....................fritz@uc.. Specializations: Urban Design..............edu Johanna W... environmental science. Specializations: Public Policy Analysis.. American........38 Total Required Hours in Program.. Urban Environment. Looye Associate Professor..........D. MRP....Thesis or Final Product: .... variable..... Public Policy. Environmental Justice. Michigan. dissertation....... Community Development....... Romanos Professor...........D... Specializations: Urban Environmental Management.... Ph............edu FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 10 full doctoral assistantships...... Ph..... Specializations: Urban and Regional Theory.. Ph..edu AICP Michael C........... Specializations: Urban Theory.... calculus............... Florida State... (513) 556-2378 david.. International Development... Specializations: Community Development..D.16th Edition | Page 169 .... International Development.. SIA.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...romanos@uc. Energy Policy Planning........ (513) 556-0579 chris...edu Beth Honadle Professor of Political Science and Affiliated Professor of Planning. Tehran.... Jan Marie Fritz CCS Professor. Cornell. Planning and Politics..... above the median..... Urban and Regional Spatial Structure. (513) 556-0216 johanna... Department.. Women in International Development. MSc........... MArch. (513) 556-0212 mahyar.........12 Other ... Specializations: Healthy Urban Planning....... PLANNING FACULTY Mahyar Arefi Associate Professor........ Michigan. Sustainable Development.................. Eligibility based on merit.. Ph........edu Eur Ing...................DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GPA: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GRE: Departmental Requirement: Variable....edelman@uc..... 600.......D.... Sustainable Development. Ph. Ph...... Community Partnerships... economics...D..... University...135 Exam... USC..edu Esther Erkins Visiting Assistant Professor.... EdD... International Planning..... (513) 293-8195 carla....... 520... Syracuse (Maxwell School)..... Cincinnati. admission to candidacy..... variable........ MRP.... Masters in Planning or related field................. Specializations: Sustainable Development...... MCP... Buffalo...... Specializations: Community Development... TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent residents Total students Male 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 Female 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 7 Total 0 5 1 0 0 0 1 10 16 (513) 556-0210 charles...... Development Planning and Management....

BUP. MA. Specializations: Planning Law.16th Edition .edu Marisa Zapata Assistant Professor. Ph. MCP.D. Economic Development. Harvard. (513) 405-3602 Xinhao Wang (513) 556-0497 Professor.edu AICP xinhao. Geography Paul Schirmer Adjunct Instructor.D. Specializations: Professional Practice in Planning Nancy Cutler Adjunct Instructor. Cincinnati. MLA. MCP. Northern Kentucky.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Eileen Crisanti Adjunct Assistant Professor. Specializations: Urban Design. Specializations: Transportation Planning.D.D. Ph. Ph. Culutral Diversity. Urban Design Page 170 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Pennsylvania.lind@uc. Specializations: Planning Law and Administration K.. marisa. Gender and Globalization amy. Cincinnati. Illinois.Menelaos Triantafillou (513) 556-4212 AICP. Community Development.wang@uc. Rainer vom Hofe Associate Professor.varady@uc. Varady Professor.zapata@uc. (513) 556-3835 rainer. Community Development.vomhofe@uc. Physical Planning. Cincinnati. Land Use Law Terry Grundy Adjunct Associate Professor. Specializations: Land Development.. ASLA menelaos. MCP.. BUP. Gender and Planning. Rhode Island. Cincinnati. Community Development. Specializations: Regional Analysis. Athenaeum. JD. Iowa. JD. Specializations: Urban Lobbying. Cornell. Cornell.. MS. Rex Adjunct Instructor. David P. Pennsylvania. MS. Modeling. Cincinnati. Land Use Planning. Specializations: GIS. MA. Government Relations. Specializations: Gender and Development.D. Ph. Real Estate. Residential Mobility. MCP. Quantitative Methods. Amy Lind Mary Ellen Heintz Associate Professor of Women's Studies and Affiliated Associate Professor of Planning..edu FAICP david. Specializations: Housing. Cincinnati. GIS.edu John Niehaus Adjunct Professor. Specializations: Participatory Planning Processes. MCP.D. Transportation Engineering PE Gary Powell Adjunct Assistant Professor.edu Associate Professor.triantafillou@uc. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Urban and Regional Economics. Ph.

....................................................................5 Departmental Mean..............UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER College of Architecture and Planning Denver......784 Design Studies Track ..........................12 Hours of Restricted Concentration Electives ...................................... Department............................ 1203/26.....15 Unrestricted Electives ................... GPA: 3...Envd) Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Peg Gordon (303) 492-2804 peggy..239 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...................................February 1 Financial Aid Deadline for Masters Program ...................................................................edu MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..D......................................cudenver......... 3........gordon@colorado.................................................................D Program ........... 24 Hours of Unrestricted Elective ............ $3.............................. if GPA under 3.........................................367 Planning Track .............................................................................. Masters students may establish their own unique specializations with an advisor’s approval............................51 Note: Masters Thesis may be undertaken in lieu of second studio (6 credits)...........298 per semester Out-of-State Tuition (If enrolled for 15 credits)..edu GRADUATE DEADLINES............. $75 Additional International Student Fees: ............clark@ucdenver.................................................................................................................$115 (One-time Fee) Application Fee ...............................edu/Academics/Colleges/ ArchitecturePlanning Thomas A..... 120 Thesis or Final Product . February 15 Financial Aid Deadline ................................ 26 Hours of Restricted Electives .................... ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: H.. 500. 958 Degrees Granted from 9/2007 to 8/2008 ...............................Envd PAB MURP PAB PAB Ph.. $50 International Student Application Fee: . April 1 In-State Tuition .....223 per semester Out-of-State Tuition .............................$10...........Envd Degrees Granted. Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 Undergraduate Masters Doctoral 458 88 30 512 99 19 394 79 6 436 80 8 235 39 6 221 39 6 UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE Bachelor of Environmental Design (B.............................................. Eligibility Criteria: Competitive GPA/portfolio/recommendations................ 1181/26...9 Total Required Hours in MURP Program ..................................... University Mean: 3...erickson@ucdenver.....................................................................S.......................................................... 550......... Undergraduate Degree...................$100 per semester Year Initiated:1971 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/2008 ..................134 per semester Matriculation Fee: ............................................3 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..........March 1 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph................................................. Not required FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Various Scholarships...................................................27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .................edu http://www...........$70 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Pam Erickson (303) 556-3387 pam......................................D Program ................ Diploma or GED and two essays................................edu B...................................................................... TUITION AND FEES Application Deadline for Masters Program (Fall) .........60 Departmental Mean......... Yes............................................................... Year Initiated:1970 B...........................erickson@ucdenver...................... Clark...........0 University..... 52 Hours of Studio Courses ........... PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES..... MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: None............... 102 Total Required Hours to Graduate from University .......... 18 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ..1............0 Department......350 per semester Application Fee: ........... Chairperson Phone (303) 556-3296 E-mail: tom...................................................................................... 1991-2008: Architecture Track .......16th Edition | Page 171 ..........................March 1 In-State Tuition (If enrolled for 15 credits) ....... 38 Masters Specializations Land Use and Environmental Planning Economic and Community Development Planning Urban Place Making and Design In addition. $4.................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline ...... $13.................. Colorado 80217 Phone (303) 556-3382 Fax (303) 556-3687 E-mail: pam.........................................................February 15 Application Deadline for Ph..........63 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: University Mean..........................

.... and Water Resources............ o The Emergence and Development of the Second Home in Colorado............................ A minimum of 3 hours of undergraduate or graduate coursework in one of the following: Statistics............ Page 172 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .............. Mathematics. FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 20 Tuition grants........................... Department participates in the NSFIGERT collaborative program in “Sustainable Infrastructure” at the University of Colorado Denver................... o Vulnerability to Natural Hazards: Communities at Wildfire Hazard in the Wildland Urban Interface in the Western United States......... o Historic Preservation. Eligibility Criteria: Active student status...Permanent Residents Male 2 48 0 0 1 0 7 Female 0 39 1 0 1 0 6 Total 2 87 1 0 2 0 13 o A Procedure to Align the Built Environment with Ecosystem Integrity......... 575: Departmental 3.......... and Implications............................... Competitive..T...... or Computer Applications... o Issues of Time and Place: Sustaining a Locally Based Aesthetic at the University of Colorado at Boulder 1917-2003...0.................12 Specialization .........................FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition aid and scholarships are awarded annually......12 Electives ........ Reality.................Harper@ucdenver.......... 1880-1940.................. Cultural Landscapes........... Landscape.................................76 Exams or Written Requirements: Preliminary Examination........... DOCTORAL DEGREE Design and Planning Program Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Michael Harper (303) 556-6042 Michael........... 65 49 114** Strongly Encouraged 550: University .............. o Examining Community-based Collaboration in the Context of Western Public Lands and Nature Resources Management................. Determinants..........edu DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ...... Identity... Undergraduate GPA 3....10 Dissertation .................3 Recent Doctoral Dissertations o The Application of Dramatic Theory in Design Narrative: A Paradigm for Interactive Education o Historic Preservation of Urban Landscape: (With special emphasis on the Arab world)........... Kenya: Measurements................... 13 fellowships.... and Dissertation........ TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2008 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.16th Edition ... Comprehensive Examination...................... Discourse and Debate.. Consequences. o The Political Economy of Urban Public Space: A Case Study of Denver.............................5 Departmental Requirement: Twelve hours of upper level undergraduate coursework in Architecture/Planning......... o Influence of Current Transportation Decision Processes on Modal Outcomes: Three Colorado Case Studies.. o Power.. and Urbanism DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: 7 2 9 Total Students *Dual degree students not included.......23 Degrees Granted from 9/2007 to 8/2008 ......0 University........12 Minor ............. and the Rise of Modern Architecture: From Siam to Thailand.. o Building Rural Learning Regions: Innovations in the Food Production Industry o Intra-City Differentials in Urban Poverty and Slums in Nairobi.. o Bottom-Up Metropolitan Planning in Kolkata: Rhetoric vs....... o Historic Preservation and Urban Redevelopment in the People's Republic of China...................... o America Connecting: Internet Utilization as a Predictor of Community Participation and Social Capital.............. Doctoral Specializations Sustainable and Healthy Environments History of Architecture...... o Mixed-Income Housing.. Students also will find significant opportunity for paid internships and a limited number of paid research opportunities............................. Year initiated 1997 Degrees Granted through 5/2008 .........................30 TOTAL CREDITS . Graduate GPA 3.. 12 hours upper level undergraduate course work in Social/Behavioral Science or Environmental/ Natural Science or Engineering or Humanities............. Foreign Language........................

Spatial Perception.barbour@colorado.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .D. MSCE. Specializations: Children and Cities.edu Louise Chawla Professor. *Do not double count Hispanics. Berkeley (2000).TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2008 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non. Wesleyan (1986). Eastern Kentucky University (1965). Specializations: Historic Heritage Districts. PhD Environmental Psychology. Madison. BSE Northwestern University. AB. Seattle. Berkley (2004). MURP and MArch. University College London. Korkut Onaran Assistant Professor Adjunct. Middle East Technical University. University of Texas. NC (1995). Legal Aesthetics. Agricultural & Open Space Land Preservation. University of California. Seattle. MS Building and Urban Design. Social Connectivity. Ankara.chawla@colorado. Design Review. Regional Economic Development. Ph. Urban Transportation Planning. BArch and MArch. Master of Urban Design Program.goldstein@ucdenver. MRP University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. PhD. Illinois Institute of Technology (1975). BENVD University of Colorado. University of Iowa.lee@ucdenver. University of Cincinnati (1967). Urban Anthropology. Hunter College of New York (1972). (303) 556-3282 kevin. BA. University of Wisconsin. Psychology. Berkeley (1978). PhD. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. PhD Rutgers University (2007). Jeremy Németh Assistant Professor and Director. University of Colorado Denver. ComputerAided Design. Geographic Information Systems.edu PLANNING FACULTY Thomas Clark. Mathematical and Quantitative Analysis. BA. Planning Implementation. Specializations: Urban Design. IL (1993). Bryn Mawr College (1979).16th Edition | Page 173 .clark@ucdenver. Yale University (1979). International Planning. Children and Nature. Gilbert McNeish Professor Adjunct.edu Ernesto Arias (Emeritus) Professor Emeritus. Austin (1986). UC Berkeley (2000). CUNY (1984). Urban Security Planning. Specializations: Land Use and Environmental Law.edu John Barbour Instructor. PhD. BA. (303) 492-7042 Mccall@colorado. MS. BS. BA. MS. (303) 556-3296 tom. JD University of Denver. and Children's Participation in Community Development. Growth Management. Specializations: Land Use and Transportation (including walking and cycling). BA. MA. Program. University of Washington. MA. Milwaukee (1969). Communicative Planning and Regional Planning Frameworks. Specializations: Urban and Regional Economic Development. Specializations: Spatial Analysis. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Chairperson Professor. and Quantitative Methods. University of California. Regional Policy Development. Kevin Krizek Associate Professor and Director. Growth Management. Specializations: Natural Hazards. Specializations: Urban Design. MPA University of Pittsburgh. Graduate School of Public and International Affairs. Planning for Healthy Communities.krizek@ucdenver. (303) 492. Brown University (1966). Drake University.edu Total Students 17 15 32 Raymond McCall Associate Professor. BA. Land Use Planning. Chapel Hill. Brian Muller Associate Professor. PhD.muller@ucdenver. WA (2001).5228 louise. MA (1969) and PhD (1975). Specializations: Land Use Modeling.nemeth@ucdenver. (303) 556-5967 brian. University of Wisconsin. PhD. Male 1 8 1 0 0 0 0 Female 1 11 0 0 1 0 1 Total 2 19 1 0 1 0 (303) 556-3382 bruce.edu Spenser Havlick (Emeritus) Professor Emeritus. (303) 556-3688 jeremy. 7 1 (303) 556-4232 yuk. University of California. Evanston. Specializations: Urban Design and Public Policy. Ohio State University (1970).of Washington. Historic Preservation. MA Education and Child Development.edu (303) 492-8010 john.Permanent Residents Bruce Goldstein Associate Professor. Urban Public Spaces. Yale University (1990). PhD University. Decision Support Systems.edu Yuk Lee 1 8 Professor and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. and Electronic Networking. WA (2000) .

Specializations: Urban Design Economics and Planning. Planner. and Race/ Ethnicity and Planning. BS. Pennsylvania State University. University of Colorado Denver. Operations Research. Specializations: Transit Oriented Development/ Infill. (303) 556-3472 pamela. and International Planning.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Gideon Berger Lecturer. and Metropolitan Planning. BA Planning. Real World Planning. Thomas Ragonetti Professor Adjunct. Southwest Texas State University.16th Edition . AIC. Research Methodology. Youth and Environments. Chief Planner. University of Tulsa. University of New Mexico. Specializations: Public Finance and Fiscal Planning. University of Wisconsin. BS. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. BA Public Administration concentration in Urban Affairs and Administration. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Middle East Technical Institute (1971). Fahriye Sancar Professor. PhD (Environmental Psychology). BA. MS Arch (1972) and PhD (1977). City University of New York. Communications. and former Director. and Communications. Denver. University of Colorado Denver. Specializations: Physical Planning. Urban Redevelopment & Revitalization. MA (Psychology). BA. MS. Living Streets. PhD. University of Cincinnatti. University of Colorado Denver. Arizona State University. Specializations: Progressive Land Use Policy. Specializations: Landscape & Site Design. B. AB and MRP. American University. Cindy Brown Lecturer. Amsterdam (1976). Kansas State University. Planning Design and Management Systems. BS.Peter Park Associate Professor. Denver Regional COG. City of Boulder Housing Partners. Downtown Planning. Boulder County. Planning Theory & Methods. Neighborhood Planning.A. Willem Van Vliet Professor. Specialization: Natural Resources Planning and Management. Decisions Modeling. University of Colorado at Boulder. Specializations: Urban Renewal andBlight Studies. Land Use Manager. Design and Development. and Former Mayor. Design Review. Edward Kamp Lecturer. JD George Washington University. Formbased Code. (Emeritus) Professor Emeritus. Cornell University. and Real Estate Market Analysis. B. University of Toronto (1989). University of Colorado Denver. Ferris State University.net Dale Case Lecturer. BS. Oxford Ohio. MURP. M. MUP. Ellen Ittelson Lecturer. Specializations: New urbanism. Project Management. Miami University. (303) 492-5015 willem@colorado.wridt@ucdenver. Boulder County Specializations: Public Policy and Planning. Specializations: Urban Transportation Planning (303) 492-7497 sancar@colorado. Real Estate Development. Department of Community Development and Planning. and Manager. Kevin Puccio Lecturer.Arch. MArch. Specializations: Comprehensive Planning and Downtown Revitalization. AA. Harvard University. Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning. BS. Carnegie-Mellon University. BS. University of Massachusetts. Urban Design. BS. MCP University of Pennsylvania. Planning Practice. Specializations: Housing Policy and Practices. Specializations: Urban Design. Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs. Michael Harper Senior Instructor. Economic Development. Comprehensive Planning. Comprehensive Planning. Specializations: Project Management. Will Toor Professor Adjunct. International Development and Planning. Graham Billingsley Lecturer. Specializations: Transportation Law and Environmental Consulting. Kenneth Hoagland Lecturer. University of Colorado Denver. Environmental Aesthetics. Boulder County Land Use Department. MS. MRCP. and Director. BA. Doctorandus. (303) 556-3479 park-cu@comcast. Urban Economics. American Institute of Certified Planners. MUPDD Master of Planning. University of Florida. Community Development. MURP. Raymond Studer. Iowa State University. Environment & Behavior.edu Robert Finch Lecturer. University of Chicago. MURP. Whitewater. University of Oklahoma. University of Colorado. PhD. and Planning Administration. Center for Research and Design: Children. Specializations: Environmental Planning. BA Political Science & International Affairs. MPA. City of Denver. Transit-Oriented Development. Community Housing Practices. PhD. Specializations: Housing. Children and Youth. James Spensley Lecturer. Specializations: Planning Methods. Specializations: Community Development. BS (Education). University of Chicago. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Doane College. MURP. Colorado School of Mines. Jim Charlier Lecturer. MA. MA (Applied Geography). Page 174 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Participation and Environmental Psychology. Past President. and Former Chair. JD. Cleveland State University. City of Boulder. State University of New York. Jr. MS Iowa State University.edu Pamela Wridt Senior Instructor and Associate Chair. Transportation Planning. Ken Schroeppel Lecturer. Emmett Haywood Lecturer. City University of New York. Colorado State University. ACIP. MRP.

Daniel Strammiello Lecturer. The Ph. FYI The University of Colorado is a three-campus system with four locations: the University of Colorado Denver’s downtown Denver campus and Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora. and Public Health (MURP/MPH. the Department of Planning and Design has entered an MOU with the Seoul Metropolitan Government to train its senior planning staff.D. planning and design studies. one of the largest in North America. visit www. The NSF IGERT(PhD) program in Sustainable Infrastructure partners with researchers in Mumbai. offering a rich mix of practice contexts. Community Health Planning. Children. Applications to the MURP are at an all-time high for Fall 2009.S. and Executive Director. Trinity College. The UC System is ranked sixth among public institutions in federal research expenditures by the National Science Foundation ($661 million overall in FY08). Children. and from many other nations. The college maintains strong international ties including those with a women's School of Architecture in Saudi Arabia (Dar Al-Hekman College).. Academic prestige is evidenced in the System’s four Nobel laureates. India. With colleagues in three campus units its members were central in the campus’ securing an NSF IGERT grant for doctoral study in Sustainable Infrastructure for $3. Kenya and others. Applications originate from throughout the U. Program in Design and Planning draws from the extensive strengths of the UC System. The MURP Degree. and Law (MURP/ JD). The College of Architecture and Planning. and formal Dual Degree relationships also exist with Public Affairs (MURP/MPA). Colorado Chapter of the APA. Specializations: Real Estate Development. BA. Master of Historic Preservation is pending as of 6/10/09. During 2005-7 the Department of Planning and Design faculty published five books. and is offered on the Boulder campus. 18 alumni astronauts and 19 Rhodes Scholars. 33 refereed articles and 25 book chapters while editing three major scholarly journals: Progress in Planning (Elsevier). University of Denver.cu. the UN Habitat Programs in Nairobi. and MUD. and a Certificate Program in Historic Preservation is available. The BEnvd Degree offers emphases in architecture. Of this well over half is generated at the University of Colorado Denver. and Journal of Transport and Land Use (online). include the MArch. Azusa Pacific University. MLA. can be paired with all the other Masters Programs offered by the College.000 undergraduate and graduate students currently pursue studies on these UC campuses. MA. Tongji University (China). ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .16th Edition | Page 175 . Youth and Environments (online). accommodates upwards of 1500 students. BEnvd (Planning) graduates achieve advanced standing in our graduate MURP Program. MA Social Science. involving all departments. MA (Regional Planning) University of Waterloo. James van Hemert Lecturer. The College's four Centers afford additional opportunities for qualified students: Center for Sustainable Urbanism. pending as of 6/10/09). Specializations: Land Use Planning. BA. Graduate professional Masters Programs offered by the College on the Downtown Denver Campus in addition to the MURP. seven MacArthur Fellows. Opportunities for multi-disciplinary work abound and a remarkable number of diverse environmental settings reside close at hand.2 million. For more information about all three CU campuses. and the Colorado Center for Community Development. Calvin College. More than 55. Center for Preservation Research. George Washington University. Strum College of Law. Youth and Environments: Center for Research and Design. An entering class of 80 is anticipated. President. served by nearly 45 full-time faculty members and a substantial number of honorarium faculty affiliates.edu. Business (MURP/MBA). moreover. Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute. plus UC Boulder and UC Colorado Springs.

........suapp............20 Masters Specializations Urban and Regional Planning.......................................................................................................36 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES........ Historic Preservation.................................. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below............. 3-6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .........UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy 184 Graham Hall Newark...............................edu Maria P.. Environment & Equity Non-US Citizens NonPermanent residents Total students *Do not double count Hispanics................. ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3...................................... $359 per semester FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition awards: Eligibility criteria: Each student is considered for financial assistance................ Director E-mail: suapp@udel........ 12-18 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ....................udel......... Merit Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 88 85 23 25 22 23 42 42 9 8 7 8 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/don’t know MA in UAPP PhD in UAPP Male 0 11 0 0 1 0 0 1 13 Female 0 32 4 1 0 0 0 3 40 Total 0 43 4 1 1 0 0 4 53 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Arts in Urban Affairs and Public Policy Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Danilo Yanich....................................D program ............................................ Community Development and Nonprofit Leadership................16th Edition ................. Energy............................0 1100 (M+V) 213 Not Required No Requirements MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..................................................$75 Additional Fees ........................................D................February 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for Ph................$12....... 6-9 Other ......... Delaware 19716 Phone (302) 831-1687 Fax (302) 831-3296 www...... July 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program ........... Aristigueta..................D......................................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ......319 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ................................................ Program Director (302) 831-1710 dyanich@udel.................................................. Page 176 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ......................12 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...February 1 Tuition .......................................................120 per semester Application Fee ...........................................D Program ... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program ..........edu MA/MS Ph..............................0 Exams or Written Requirements .................... July 1 Admission Deadline 2010-11 for Ph..... Ph..................edu Year Initiated: 1971 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10....................................120 per semester International Tuition .................................................$12..................

. Economic Development Planning.....edu Edward O’Donnell Instructor....... and Guangzhou Doctoral Specializations Governance....15 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..... (302) 831-6854 kacurtis@udel...... Urban and Regional Planning.............. Social Policy/Human Services....DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph... Ames (302) 831-1050 FAICP/AICP davames@udel......D........ Ph.................................................. Specializations: Land Use Planning.. The Global Diffusion and Variations of Creative Industries for Urban Development: The Chinese Experience in Shanghai.. Ecological and Indigenous Paradigms in a Globalized Modernity: A Case Study of the U’wa People’s Resistance against Oil Development in Colombia 3.....edu Raheemah Jabbar-Bey Assistant Professor.......... The Conflicts and Dialogues among Technological........ Infrastructure/Community Facilities........... West Chester University...........D........ Clark.......................Dissertation required Karen Curtis Associate Professor..............131 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .....18 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............. DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ... Merit (302) 831-8564 jabbarra@udel...........D................. Growth Management......... Technology.0 Hours of Restricted Electives ..5 in previous Master’s work 1100 213 No Requirements Total students *Do not double count Hispanics......4 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 1. Urban Geography............ University of New Hampshire.. FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition awards: Each student is considered for financial assistance.............................................. Temple (1984)........ Program Director (302) 831-1710 dyanich@udel........... Ph......Ed. The Urban Stream and Urban Eco-Regeneration: A Case Study of the Eco-Regeneration Project of Cheonggyecheon in Seoul 2...............................................D......... Eligibility criteria: (302) 831-4928 troutbum@udel....0 Other ............ PLANNING FACULTY David L........... Environment and Society DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: Master’s degree from an accredited institution 3..... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .. MA.. M....... Natural Resources Protection........ Specializations: Economic Development Planning.............. Social and Urban Policy.......... Ph......... Beijing............. Planning and Management....................edu Professor........... 9-12 Total Required Hours in Program.............. 42-45 Thesis or Final Product: ... Specializations: Historic Preservation.edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent residents Male 0 10 4 0 1 0 0 4 19 Female 1 12 5 0 1 0 0 9 28 Total 1 22 9 0 2 0 0 13 47 Year initiated 1971 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.......................16th Edition | Page 177 ............... in Urban Affairs and Public Policy Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Danilo Yanich....... Building Energy Governance in Global Cities – A Case Study of Shanghai’s Commercial Building Sector 4.......................... Specializations: Community Development..

Specializations: Water resources and Watershed Planning. Cultural Theory.edu David Racca Instructor. Ph. Cornell University (1979). Race. Ph. University of Delaware. Social Policy/Human Services. State and Local Government. UCLA (1964).D.D.D.edu Danilo Yanich Associate Professor. Specializations: Urban Policy and Administration. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY John Byrne Professor. Environmental Planning. Specializations: Urban Management. Urban Planning and Development. Specializations: Environmental Policy. Politics and Governance. Ph. Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management. (302) 831-1706 youngdoo@udel. PhD. Specializations: Computer Applications. (302) 831-3625 rjshep@udel. Ph. (302) 831-1698 dracca@udel.. Specializations: Historic Preservation Planning. Policy Analysis. Ph.edu (302) 831-4929 jerryk@udel. Educational Planning. Telecommunications & Information.edu Jerome Lewis Associate Professor. Ph. Political Economy.edu Robert Warren Professor. New York University..Steven W.edu Margaret Wilder Professor. www. Rutgers. Janet Johnson Associate Professor. MA. Specializations: Energy Planning.D.D. (302) 831-1682 justice@udel.edu Gerald Kauffman Instructor.udel. Specializations: Urban and Regional Government.D. University of Delaware.edu (302) 831-1689 speuquet@udel. Management and Policy. Young-Doo Wang Professor. Jonathan Justice Associate Professor. MPA.edu AICP David Hugg Adjunct Professor.D. (302) 831-1710 dyanich@udel. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1972). Housing and Neighborhood Planning. New York University. Gender and Economic Mobility. Page 178 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .edu (302) 831-1686 rwarren@udel.D. Housing Problems and Policy.edu Jeffrey Raffel Messick P. Edward Ratledge Associate Professor.. Ph. University of Delaware. MA. Landscape/Site Design. University of Delaware (1980). MA. Specializations: Community Development... (302) 831-1709 jlewis@udel. Ph. Specializations: Energy Planning. University of Delaware.D. Specializations: Community Development Policy and Organizations. Rebecca Sheppard Assistant Professor. Specializations: Quantitative Methods..edu (302) 831-6294 mwilder@udel.edu FYI (302) 831-8405 jbbyrne@udel. Specializations: Computer Applications. Ph. Economic Development Policy & Planning.. Professor of Public Administration. (302) 831-1684 ratledge@udel. Ph..16th Edition . Peuquet Associate Professor. Financial Management. GIS.suapp. University of Delaware. University of Pennsylvania (1995).. University of Michigan (1983). Planning Practice. Environmental Planning. Specializations: Land Use/ Growth Management. Research Methods..D.

........................................ ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .........varies FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition awards: Eligibility criteria: Research Assistantships and Stipends.D........ Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.. TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U............ COLLEGE: Certificate in Historic Preservation..... Gainesville.............D program .....................January 15th In-State Tuition and Fees ....... Graduate Student at University of Florida............. Box 115706......... and Planning MASTERS DEGREE Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr.......................... $30 Additional Fees .................................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............. Ph............................ Architecture and Landscape Architecture.................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 for Masters program .. Florida 32611-5706 Phone (352) 392-0997 Fax (352) 392-3308 http//:www....... Information Technology for Planning and Urban Design....... 3 letters of recommendation.................... Housing and Community Development...........................ufl............................................................................ recommended Admission Deadline 2011-12 for Ph...January 15th Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 for Ph.......... Department Chair Email: zpeng@dcp..O.. $3............... Real Estate...........ufl............... Concurrent and Joint degree programs in Law.......S.....D program ........... Thesis PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES.......................515 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .............. ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3......... Growth Management and Transportation................................................................................. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 6 37 4 2 0 0 2 6 56 Female 9 27 1 3 0 0 0 5 36 Total 15 64 5 5 0 0 2 11 102 Annual Student Enrollment APPLIED 2009-10 Masters Doctoral 80 71 ADMITTED 2009-10 63 27 ENROLLED 2009-10 24 22 *College of Design........................................edu/urp Zhong-Ren Peng..... Construction and Planning Room 431 Architecture Building P................N/A Early application ...554 (9) credit hours Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .................................edu Year Initiated: 1975 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.......................00 1000 (verbal minimum 320) 213/550/80 Not Required Letter of intent................ Richard Schneider.........................February 1st Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 for Masters program ...................................... Construction...6 Hours of Restricted Electives ...... $10...........................dcp...........52 Exams or Written Requirements . Sustainable Development UNIVERSITY: University Concentration in Geographic Information Sciences *Do not double count Hispanics...........15 Masters Specializations DEPARTMENT: Environmental Planning...............UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Department of Urban and Regional Planning College of Design..D...................16th Edition | Page 179 ........................edu MA/MS PAB Ph. Civil Engineering............ transcript(s) MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ................................................... Professor and Graduate Coordinator (352) 392-0997 ext 430 rschnei@ufl.077 (9) credit hours Application Fee ... 25-28 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ......................................................

.D..... (1994). Architecture DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: 3... Building Construction. Urban Simulation..........ufl..... Specializations: Ecosystem management................dcp...........dcp........................ Collaborative planning and policy making.. 5 .....S.........dcp..........50 Total Required Hours in Program....... Ph.... University of Tirana............60+30 from Master’s degree Thesis or Final Product .. regional sustainability..edu Andres Blanco FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition awards: Eligibility criteria: Research Assistantships and Stipends.................... Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White Male 1 20 0 0 0 0 0 24 (6) 45 Female 0 14(1) 3(1) 0 0 0 0 14(5) 31 Total 1 34(1) 3(1) 0 0 0 0 38(11) 76(13) Year initiated 1988 ........... (1999).......N/A Hours of Restricted Electives ...................10 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .........16 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .ufl... (2005).......Written and Oral Qualifying Exams Dissertation Required PLANNING FACULTY Ilir Bejleri Associate Professor........... URP Degrees Granted through 8/31/10..S... BArch (1987)...............................................................N/A Other ...... in Design........... B. www... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..edu Kathryn Frank Assistant Professor..... www.......................A....0 1200 213/550/80 Masters Degree...........D............ alternative dispute resolution..... DCP ......... Bogota`.edu Page 180 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ... Colombia............. Landscape...... Specializations: Urban Economics... Candidate......edu/urp (352) 392-0997 ilir@ufl.............. water resources and aquatic/coastal ecosystems.. Information Technology for Planning......... Albania.... Universidad de los Andes....... Urban Public Finance.. URP students in parenthesis DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ....... Construction and Planning with a concentration in Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Maria Gavidia.. Master (2000) University of Oregon........................................... children and youth participation in planning.................. Architecture.........1 1. www. 4 .. BCE (1994) Georgia Tech...... Statement of Intent and 3 letters of recommendation.............. *Do not double count Hispanics.. M.......edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U.........edu/urp (352) 392-0997 agblanco@ufl. Cornell University... Interior Design..... Exploring the Influence of Environmental Features on Residential Burglary Using Spatial-Temporal Pattern Analysis African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Doctoral Specializations Urban and Regional Planning......... Assistant Professor....... 82 ...... Graduate Student at University of Florida.........N/A Hours of Unrestricted Electives .....ufl...DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph...... Local Economics Development.........ufl.edu/urp (352) 392-0997 kifrank@ufl..... Ph......... Doctoral Coordinator (352) 392-4826 ext 312 mgavidia@dcp.... Ph............D.........D (2009) Georgia Tech......16th Edition ........ Specializations: Urban Design....1 Dissertations Granted from 8/31/09 to 8/31/10 ..

Architecture.edu/urp Paul Zwick (Associate Dean) Professor. and Comprehensive Planning www. Specializations: Growth Management. www. Land Use Analysis and Modeling and Environmental Planning.dcp. University of Florida MSP (1979).ufl. International Planning. Urban History.dcp. University of Wisconsin. Specializations: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. MAURP (1990). Gail Easley Joseli Macedo AICP Assistant Professor. BA (1973) St. (1970). Ph. (2004). University of Florida.edu/urp OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Claude Boles FAICP Director. Auburn University. MURP (1979) Virginia Commonwealth University. MS (1994) and Ph. Specializations: Planning History. Ph.dcp. Conflict Resolution.dcp. BA (1979).edu/urp (352) 392-0997 dawnjourdan@dcp. (1994) Portland State University.D. Specializations: Planning Information and Analysis.edu (352) 392-0997 latimer@geoplan. Georgia Institute of Technology.dcp. J.PIN (College of DCP) Geographic Facilities Information Center .dcp.dcp. CURP (1975). Transportation.edu AICP (352) 392-0997 pdzwick@ufl. Information Technology for Planning. Milwaukee.dcp. MCP (1992) University of Cincinnati.edu/urp James Nicholas Emeritus Professor. University of Illinois.ufl. BS (1983) Huazhong Normal University. Bradley University.edu Ruth Steiner Associate Professor. Planning.edu AICP jcnicholas@msn. Ph.ufl. BCE (1966). MA. Planning. Cornell. Architecture. Royal Institute of Technology.dcp. Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulations www. (1985). Community Development.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .ufl. BA.Dawn Jourdan Assistant Professor. International Development Planning. University of Kansas.D. www. and Ph. www. Ph. MCP (1969.edu/urp (352) 392-0997 zpeng@ufl. Growth Management.D. Land Economics www. www. University of Florida.ufl.edu/urp (352) 392-0997 joseli@ufl.dcp. University of Miami. www.edu Emeritus Professor.ufl.edu Kristin Larsen Associate Professor. www.ufl. Florida State University Specializations: Planning Law. Specializations: Growth Management. Lawrence University. Comparative International Perspective. Historic Preservation.edu Zhong-Ren Peng (Chair) Professor.D.ufl. Specializations: Planning Administration.ufl.ufl. Universidade Federal de Parana. (1981).com Richard Schneider Earl Starnes FAICP Professor.edu/urp (352) 392-0997 klarsen@ufl. BS (1986).net (352) 392-0997 rschnei@ufl. Ph. MS (1983). BA (1985). Ph. BS (1996). MA (1973). University of Georgia. University of Tennessee. Florida Technological University.dcp./MUP (2000). Specializations: State Planning www. Architecture (1958). BA (1965). Ph. Housing. Lawrence University.edu/urp (352) 392-0997 gboles@ufl. MA (1967).edu/urp (352) 392-0997 rsteiner@ufl. www.D. Center for Building Better Communities.D.16th Edition | Page 181 .edu V.ufl.edu FAICP Orjan Wetterqvist AICP Christopher Silver (Dean) Professor.ufl. (2001). Florida. Political Science (1977). Specializations: Urban Design.ufl.D. MBA (1982). Theoretically and in Practice. Health and the Built Environment. Transportation and Land Use Integration.dcp. Specializations: Impact Fees. BA. www. Growth Management Law. Specializations: Information Technology for Planning. Specializations: City Design.D. Environmental Impact Assessment.edu/urp earldorothy@bellsouth.D (2000) University of Florida. MA (1975) and Ph. Global Positioning Systems www. BA (1968). MS (1969).GeoPlan Center (URP) Center for Building Better Communities (URP) Center for Health and the Built Environment (URP) Center for Environmental Design and Planning in the Americas (College of DCP) Paris Research Center (UF) Shimberg Center for Housing Studies (352) 392-4836 silver2@dcp..ufl. (1981) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. MA. University of Florida.D. MCP (1988). Specializations: History of Urban and Regional Planning.edu AICP Stanley Latimer Assistant In: BS (1976). MAURP (1981).D. University of California.ufl. MAURP (1982).dcp.edu (352) 392-0997 easleyg@ufl.ufl. BS (1979). Berkeley. Housing Law. University of Florida. City Planning in Salubrious Conjunction. FYI RESEARCH CENTERS AND INSTITUTES Preservation Institute of Nantucket . MS (1986) Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Science. Specializations: Transportation Planning.edu/urp FAICP Adjunct Lecturer. (1996).edu/urp Emeritus Professor.

........ $9328............21 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ... April 15....edu Dolores Foley.............................. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below... March 1.............. $0 per semester *Based on 9 credits FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition awards: Tuition Waiver (12) East West Center Scholarship...... ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3...UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII Urban and Regional Planning 2424 Maile Way........... 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees 2010-11 ............................................. March 1................................................16th Edition ............. Transportation and Infrastructure Planning..........D Program ....edu African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/don’t know Year Initiated: 1973 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 12/31/09...............0 1100 500/173 University/ 550 Department Not Required MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..........D program ............hawaii.... Academic achievement Eligibility criteria: TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White Male 0 17 0 2 1 1 0 10 31 Female 0 13 0 3 7 3 0 5 31 Total 0 30 0 5 8 4 0 15 62 Annual Student Enrollment Applied 08/09 Masters Doctoral 50 16 09/10 66 16 Accepted 08/09 31 13 09/10 43 8 Enrolled 08/09 14 6 09/10 25 1 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dolores Foley..................... Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent residents Total students *Do not double count Hispanics................................................. 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for Ph..... Environmental Planning and Natural Resource Management...... Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance...........70 per semester* Application Fee .....D........... Saunders107 Honolulu................................................. Department Chair Phone: (808) 956-2780 E-mail: dolores@hawaii....... Development Planning in Asia and the Pacific................. Page 182 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program .. April 15.............70 per semester* Out-of-State Tuition and Fees................................................. Hawaii 96822 Phone (808) 956-7381 Fax (808) 956-6870 http://www...................................29 Masters Specializations Community Planning and Social Policy....$60 Additional Fees ..................397 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09……………………………...42 Thesis Exam or Final Product ..............9 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..................................6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............ 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program ......................................durp............ etc.....6 Hours of Restricted Electives .. Chair (808) 956-2780 dolores@hawaii......... $4000........................... 2011 Admission Deadline 2010-11 for Ph................edu MA/MS PAB Ph................. Land Use.Thesis or area of concentration paper PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES.................................................

.DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph.. BA....... resource management........... Ph...3 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................. Chair (808) 956-2780 dolores@hawaii... MLA....... energy and climate change policy. Ph..16th Edition | Page 183 ....................6 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ..................... Eligibility Criteria: (808) 956-5367 priyam@hawaii............... Globalization and Local Development.D............ MA... Planning Methods plus Dissertation Defense...0 Hours of Restricted Electives . Environmental Planning and Natural Resource Management. B.................... UCLA........... DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: If English is not the native language.................. UCLA (1982)... in Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dolores Foley...........10 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2010 .................... Pennsylvania State (2000)........ Urban Environmental Management....6 Total Required Hours in Program.......... Design and Planning of the Built Environment. BA.....edu FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: Tuition Waiver (12) East West Center Scholarship.. UCLA (1976).....7 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2002 to 8/31/2010 ...............edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race Male 0 5 0 0 1 1 0 6 13 Female 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 6 13 Total 0 7 0 3 1 3 0 12 26 Year Initiated: 2002 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2010..................... Land Use. etc.. ABD......... PLANNING FACULTY Makena Coffman Assistant Professor.......edu Michael Douglass Professor.............. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below........edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .. Basic Environmental Services and Governance in South Asia....... New Delhi....... Specializations: Urban Development............. India (1996).................... Development Planning in Asia and the Pacific.............. Transportation and Infrastructure Planning.. Regional and Rural Development in Asia...... Hawaii (2007)...............D.. general equilibrium modeling..... Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance........... Specializations: Environmental economics and planning.... Hawaii (1968)......... School of Planning and Architecture........... (808) 956-2890 makenaka@hawaii.... DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ......... Academic achievement Priyam Das Assistant Professor.... Specializations: Asia Pacific Urbanization.... 15 Thesis or Final Product Comprehensive written exam on Planning Theory.......10 White African American Doctoral Specializations Community Planning and Social Policy....Arch....... TOEFL score of 500/173 University 600/250 Department 3.5 GPA 1100 Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent residents Total students Departmental Requirement: Minimum GRE: *Do not double count Hispanics.. (808) 956-6866 michaeld@hawaii..............D....... Standford (2002).......

Professional Practice. Specializations: Environmental Law and Policy.edu (808) 956-7383 kumemoto@hawaii. Community-Based Development. (808) 956-7016 mcdonald@hawaii. Legal Writing. (808) 956-6867 rkwok@hawaii.edu Linda Cox Specialist.edu (808) 956-8928 jhs@hawaii. Montana (1978). Washington (1985). Specializations: Historic Preservation. MS (1968) and Ph. BA. LLM. Washington (1966). BA.. MIT (1998). Karen Umemoto Professor.D. PhD (1995). PhD (2003) Washington State. Washburn (1964).D. MS. (1976). Brown (1979).edu (808) 956-2780 dolores@hawaii.edu (808) 956-8684 flachsbarp001@hawaii. Specializations: Community Planning. MS. Michigan Specializations: Planning Theory. San Francisco State (1983). Columbia University (1978). University of Virginia (1971). Race and Ethnic Relations.edu Reg Kwok Professor. (808) 956-2561 bhought@soest. Specializations: Planning Theory. Specializations: Quantifying the processes involved in explosive volcanic eruptions and understanding the patterns of behavior of erupting volcanoes. BA. MA.D.edu Tom Dinell Professor Emeritus. Specializations: Environmental Law. BA. HITAHR (1976).edu (808) 956-6238 antolini@hawaii. Texas A&M (1982). James Spencer Associate Professor. Polytechnical Milano (1966). Ph..D. MLA U of Arizona. Land Use Planning. DottArch. Tourism Planning. Specializations: Evaluation Research. MPA. Humanitarian Intervention. Polytechnic London (1963). BS.. Settlement and Community Planning. Specializations: Planning Methods and Models. Ph. Oberlin. and Chair BA.D. Associate Professor. Nottingham (2069). MA (1985). Northwestern.. Hawaii. BA.D. Michigan (1968).edu (808) 956-6869 luciano@hawaii. BS. (808) 956-5569 jarman@hawaii. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Denise Antolini Associate Professor of Law and Director of Environmental Law Program.16th Edition . Ph. UC Berkeley. Matsunaga Institute for Peace. Energy Policy & Urban Transportation Planning. Environmental and Land Use Planning. and Disaster Management. UC Berkeley.rr. University of Otago. MS.. Coastal Zone Management. Dunedin (New Zealand) (1977). BSc. LLM. Urban Labor Markets.. Citizen Participation. AB. (1971). Specializations: Community Planning. De Paul (1965). Florida International College (1971). Specializations: Agricultural and Resource Economics.D. Specializations: Comparative Urbanism.edu Andrew Kaufman Assistant Landscape Specialist in Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences in CTAHR. Hawaii. William Chapman Professor. Ph. (808) 956-8826 wchapman@hawaii. Specialization: Congressional War Powers.edu (808) 956-6868 lowry@hawaii.D. MPP (1985). JD (1986). Oxford (1982).edu Kem Lowry Professor. MA (1973) and Ph. Specialization: Environment-Behavior and Environmental Psychology.D.com Brien Hallett Associate Professor. Planning Methods. Transportation and Infrastructure Planning. Iowa State. PhD (1990). AB (1982). Ph. BA (1966). BS (1992).P. JD. (808) 956-6865 karlk@hawaii. Cal State (1981). Community Development. Luciano Minerbi AICP Professor.rr. MIT (1987). Social Policy. MS (2000).edu Mary Grace McDonald Associate Professor of Geography. MA (1982). and Conflict Resolution. MUP. Amherst College (1990). (808) 956-7602 lcox@hawaii. JD.com Dolores Foley Associate Professor. Environmental Planning. USC (1989). Citizen Participation. MEM. Princeton. and Terrorism. Ocean Law. Yale University (1995). Mississippi (1981). Specialization: Agricultural Change...edu Bruce Houghton Macdonald Professor of Volcanology.edu Page 184 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Specializations: Political Economy and Regional Development. Intergovernmental Relations.hawaii. Alternative Dispute Resolution. Pacific Islands Planning.edu Casey Jarman Associate Professor. (808) 956-7958 kaufmana@hawaii. Spatial Development and Urban Design. BA (1981). (808) 956-4236 bhallett@hawaii. (808) 734-8102 dinell@hawaii. Washington (1969). Coe College. Social Policy Planning. Social Policy. Community Development. Social Theory and Political Geography. Urbanization in China.A. Environmental Management. UCLA (1989). University of Auckland (1971). UCLA (2002). Ph. (808) 956-6550 dcallies@hawaii. BSCE. Specializations: Development in Asia. M. Pennsylvania State (1967). Specializations: Land Use Management and Control.Peter Flachsbart AICP David Callies Kudo Professor.. Karl Kim Professor. Ph.

Michigan Sate. Indigenous Rights. Specialization: Coastal Land Conservation and the Impact of Human Development Activities. Ph.Davianna P. Specializations: Architectural and Urban Design. BA (1983). Political Economics. Specializations: Transportation Engineering and Design. BA (1974). Minnesota (1969). (808) 956-7718 dnixon@hawaii. McGregor Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies. U of Alberta. Community-Based Resource Management. MPH (1996). Agro-Food Systems. Bed (1972).S. (1967). MA (1979). MA (1965) and Ph. Cultural Resource Mapping. BA (1973).edu David Nixon Associate Professor. MA (1992). public management. Harvard. Specialization: Land Use and Management Related to Indigenous Communities.edu Raymond Yeh Dean. (808) 956-7384 krisnawa@hawaii. Okamura Specialist in SSRI. Carnegie-Mellon. Specializations: Public Policy. Michigan (1963). Hawaii (1985). Youngstown State (1969). Washington. Arch. BSj (1965). PhD (1996). Loyola Marymount. Specialization: Environmental Planning. (808) 956-7068 davianna@hawaii.edu Lawrence Nitz Professor. MArch. Specialization: Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance (808) 692-1069 seiji@hawaii. Sarjana Soil Science.D. Natural Resource Management.16th Edition | Page 185 . Hawaii. (808) 956-6538 csp@hawaii.net C. and Cultural Impact Studies. (808) 956-8665 lnitz@hawaii. Oregon. MA (1975). BS (1990). Simon Fraser U. UC Berkeley (1994). PhD (2001). Public Policy Center and Public Administration. PhD (1990). Hawaii..D.edu Norman H. Zone Management and Information Systems (808) 956-2909 norman@tipg. 5-Yr Certificate (1973). Specializations: Political appointment. Indonesia (1978). Papacostas Professor. Land Use Information. BE. MD (1987).edu Brian Szuster Associate Professor of Geography. (808) 956-7345 szuster@hawaii. Michigan State..D. Rural Development. MA. (1969).edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . BA. MS (1971) and Ph. BS (1986). (1974). PhD (1980).edu Krisna Suryanata Associate Professor. Illinois. Hawaii. BArch. Specializations: Political Ecology. U of Victoria.edu Seiji Yamada Associate Professor of Area Health Education. (808) 956-3469 yeh@hawaii.

....... 12 Page 186 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...........................................712 per year Application Fee .edu FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: Eligibility Criteria: Research Assistantships Available Academic Year Initiated: 2008 In process of satisfying accreditation requirements Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/10 ............ Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3.......edu MA/MS ACSP Member: FULL Masters Specializations Regional Planning and Multi-jurisdictional Governance.............. $7........................ MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s degree from a College or University accredited by a regional accrediting association..........................................pdf?pid=109381&doc=1 University Admission Policy: PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES....................................uidaho............ $85 for domestic or international Annual Student Enrollment Applied 09/10 10/11 16 16 Accepted 09/10 10/11 10 16 Enrolled 09/10 10/11 9 10 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .... Hollenhorst.....UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO Graduate Program in Bioregional Planning & Community Design PO Box 442481 Moscow.................edu Steven J.................................................... N/A Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program ......D program ................................................ Program Manager (208) 885-5476 mvachon@uidaho.....16th Edition .bioregionalplanning................. 15 Hours of Specialization Electives ................................ TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline for Masters program .........Up to August 1st for Fall Semester Up to September 1st for Spring Semester... GIS and Spatial Analysis..............................February 1st Financial Aid Deadline for Ph......... 15 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ................................ Program Director (208) 885-5472 stevenh@uidaho...... Idaho 83844-2481 Phone (208) 885-7448 • Fax (208) 885-9428 www................................................... Community and Economic Development......................... 9 Thesis .................. Hollenhorst.........D Program ................120 per year Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.................... and a detailed written statement of academic and career goals/ objectives..Community and Bioregional Design...........students........ 47 Exams or Written Requirements ...................... three letters of recommendation.................... official copies of all college transcripts..................0 Minimum GRE: GRE Required.. N/A In-State Tuition and Fees .... 8 Hours of Restricted Electives ................. No minimum stated Minimum TOEFL: 525 Departmental Requirement Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Not Required Other University Requirements: Resume/Curriculum Vitae. $18....... 0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .. Departmental Requirement: Area of Emphasis Selection Form http://www............. Students may also respond to emerging trends by defining their own specialization in consultation with both their major professor and the faculty who specialize in the area of interest..... Program Director Phone (208) 885-5472 E-mail: bioregionalplanning@uidaho.......edu Michele D.....Project thesis with oral presentation Masters Total Students Enrolled for 2010-2011: 23 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Bioregional Planning and Community Design Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Steven J.................................... Transportation and Sustainable Infrastructure......................uidaho.... Vachon.......................... Up to May 1st for Summer Term Admission Deadline for Ph.........edu/documents/Bioregional%20Area%20 of%20Emphasis%209-08..

(208) 885-6238 *Do not double count Hispanics.TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U. Ph. B. Berkeley (1981). M. University of Iowa (1983).edu ASLA Stephen R. Ph. Specialization: Traffic Operations. elderly. Highway Capacity. Pennsylvania State University (2009). Assistant Professor Department of Geography. Work-Life Issues. Specializations: Site Design. M. Lincoln University. B.edu PE (208) 885-6832 rulaa@uidaho. http://www.5472 stevenh@uidaho.uidaho.edu/people. University of Iowa (1986).L. D. http://www. B. global and regional economic inequality measurement and world systems theory.S. Ph. University of Minnesota (1976).D. University of Idaho (1995). Specializations: Landscape Architectural History.S.S.edu Mark Hoversten Professor. California State University (1984). Candidate.D. Video Based Traffic Detection. B.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Housing. Design Development. Berkeley (1972). Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 8 Female 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 Total 0 16 0 Raymond Dezzani.uidaho.D.A. Assistant Professor of Child.L.D. Landscape Architecture Construction. State University of New York (1974).D.edu Steven J. Ph.A. B. M.A.A.cals. Family. B.L. University of New Mexico (1981). Philadelphia College of Art (1970). Specializations: Spatial statistics (Markov random field models. Specializations: Family Resource Management.A.A. Professor of Protected Area Policy.bioregionalplanning.uidaho.S. http://www. M. and military.A.edu Michael Kyte. University of California. and psychological. geographic trade models. Architecture Yarmouk University. http://www. University of Idaho (2005).edu/default. Land Planning and Public Policy.webs1. Ph. Irbid. GIS. http://www. Graphics.caa. Adaptive reuse applications and community building. cultural. Washington State University (1993).uidaho.S.edu Tim Frazier.aspx?pid=70568 (208) 885-7448 gaustin@uidaho. Markov transition). Jordan (1985). University of California.D. University of Minnesota (1980).cnrhome. Ph.A. B.scihome. security and place attachment. Culture and resettlement: resettlement of cultural groups. Interdisciplinary design education. Sense of place: place attachment and identity.edu/fcs/students/FL. Specializations: Design Theory. Resilience Enhancement through Planning. http://www.aspx (208) 885. Ph.C.uidaho. www. Ph.bioregionalplanning.edu (208) 885-7264 deringer@uidaho.uidaho.A. D. University of Minnesota (1986).htm PLANNING FACULTY Gary Austin Associate Professor Department of Landscape Architecture. Washington State University (1995). Nancy Deringer.edu/people. and Consumer Studies.edu/default. B. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. D.S. Washington State University (2001).A.aspx (208) 885-5423 hoverstm@uidaho. Specializations: Coastal Hazards. M. M.D.webpages. M. Ph. UCLA (1970). Hollenhorst.F.edu/larch/ (208) 885-7448 srdrown@uidaho. Ph. conflict and place..htm Professor of Transportation Engineering.S. Assistant Professor Department of Geography. University of Montana (1989). Professor Department of Landscape Architecture.agls.A. spatial models in landscape genetics. M.edu/~gaustin/ (208) 885-9717 higgins@uidaho. Ph. University of Oregon (1982).16th Edition | Page 187 . Vernacular architecture.D. Transportation Engineering Education and Training.edu Rula Awwad-Rafferty. Experiential approaches to understanding the physical and metaphorical parameters of interior spaces. B.. Architecture University of Idaho (1990). M. GIS.edu/aers/p_fac_higgins. social. Specializations: Protected Area Policy http://www.uidaho. University of Oregon (1983). B. http://www. California State Polytechnic University (1981). Hazard Mitigation.uidaho. Retail and Commercial Property Management.S. Pennsylvania State University (2005).D. Studio applications. and wildfire propagation models. local stochastic estimation. University of California. health care applications. Ph.S. Riverside (1996). Adjunct Professor of Architecture and Environmental Science.S. Urban Design.edu Lorie Higgins Assistant Professor Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology. tfrazier@uidaho. Factors affecting quality of life in the built environment: physical.E.uidaho. B. Dean College of Art and Architecture. Specializations: Environment and behavior interaction.S. Drown 1 0 0 0 1 18 Professor of Landscape Architecture. Ph. Specializations: Rural Communities and Natural Resource Decision Making. D.F. M. University of Tennessee (2002).A. Professional Practice.edu/mkyte/ (208) 885-6002 mkyte@uidaho. M. Stochastic diffusion processes.D. Ph. Adjunct Professor of Environmental Science.aspx?pid=114197 (208) 885-7360 dezzani@uidaho. Ohio State University (1987). Climate Change. California State University (1977).

Architectural and urban design.uidaho. Ph. and water policy and politics.bioregionalplanning. M.long. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Specialty Agriculture.aspx (208) 885-0530 mks@uidaho.edu (208) 885-7921 dpaul@uidaho.D.S.D.16th Edition . and renovation/adaptive reuse of historic structures as well as urban research and outreach projects serving Idaho through the Idaho Urban Research and Design Center (IURDC). regenerative design/sustainable development.edu/pols/faculty/Shrestha. University of Colorado. B. Western Washington University (1994). Recreation and Dance. Florida State University (2008). University of Colorado School of Law.uidaho. Studying the relationship between the built environment and obesity in children and adults. social impact and contextualized case study research.edu Nick Sanyal.cnrhome.D.S. Specializations: Directing scholarship on and learning about the wildlands. Community Economics. Specializations: Bioregional Planning. University of Alberta (1996). traffic calming and street design.cnrhome. Specializations: Natural Resources Law.E Purdue University (1993).Sc.D. Colorado State University (2003). intergovernmental relations. Rural Innovations.A. M.edu/people..S. PhD. Ph. Ph. University of Bradford.aspx?pid=106439 Sandra Pinel. http://www. University of Wisconsin.edu Jerrold A. Ph.edu/law/jerrolda. Regional Economics.D.edu Patrick Wilson. East Tennessee State University (1995).edu/default. M.cals.aspx?pid=85875 (208) 885-6473 wmcclure@uidaho. Studio teaching emphasis on outreach in the community context in association with the College of Art and Architecture's Rural Planning and Design Center and in collaboration with Landscape Architecture. Interdisciplinary Certificate in Environmental Policy. http://www. master planning. Specializations: Architect and town planner. M.A. Texas A&M University (1975).Ag. M. Ph. Ph. Assistant Professor Political Science and Bureau for Public Policy Research. Department of Conservation Social Sciences.Sc. Specializations: Practicing architect with McKibben + Cooper Architects/Urban Design. multi-jurisdictional governance. University of Idaho (1991).S.edu/default.D.A. University of Wisconsin. planning and conservation of natural resources.A.A. B. M.htm Wendy McClure Professor Department of Architecture and Interior Design. and community-based Service Learning. community economic development.edu/default. indigenous and community culture in planning theory and methods. and sustainable land use planning. Ph. Ph. http://www.D. Madison (2007).htm Assistant Professor and IURDC Director.uidaho.cnrhome.uidaho.D. and comparative public policy. Long. bicycle and pedestrian planning.edu/engr/cedept/lowry/lowry. Ph. Ph. Tribhuvan University (1986).D. Arch. public policy. Specializations: Natural resource policy and politics.aspx?pid=106200 (208) 885-7117 laninga@uidaho. http://www. and chronic disease. Brandeis University (1974).edu/people. food intake.aspx (208) 885-7911 pwilson@uidaho. human dimensions of planning and management. University of Washington (1977).P. and adaptive use of historic structures. (1987). water governance. M.S. Madison (1979). Assistant Professor Department of Conservation Social Sciences. Boulder (2000). B. University of Colorado.A. tribal government management of natural resources.A. B. Property. Shillong.D. India (1970). politics of species conservation.D. M. M. University of Colorado.uidaho. Specializations: Local government. M.edu/caa/arch/sherrymckibben.S. M.uidaho. Assistant Professor Department of Civil Engineering. Ph. Developing methodologies to improve the measurement of physical activity and food intake. B. travel demand management. enjoyment.D. http://www. University of Washington (2008). Natural Resources. Taylor University (1998).uidaho. Assistant Professor Department of Physical Education. UK (1991). Economic Development.edu/AERS/p_fac_watson.D.D. collaborative management and policy. Denver (2005). Adjunct Assistant Professor of Environmental Science.uidaho.S.Arch.. http://www. conflict management. community design/ revitalization. http://www. limits to participatory and collaborative planning. St. http://www.uidaho. Boulder (2001).edu LEED AP Manoj Shrestha.edu Philip Watson. Ph.. Boise.Arch.D.edu David Paul. Specializations: Community-based collaborative planning.edu/default.cnrhome.uiweb. ethnographic research methods. http://www.edu Page 188 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Ph. Fishery Management. Ph. designing for sustainability. Utah State University. Ph.aspx (208) 885-6934 pwatson@uidaho.-d-. http://www. University of Gauhati. cultural landscapes. Yale University (1981). Assistant Professor Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology. Associate Professor of Law. communities and institutions necessary for the use. University of Pennsylvania (1974). qualitative and quantitative research methods and survey methodologies.uidaho.bioregionalplanning. Specializations: Investigating the relationships between physical activity. J.uidaho.D. B.D. Architectural design.S. public participation.edu PTP Michael Lowry.aspx?pid=70543#sanyal (208) 885-7988 jlong@uidaho.edu (208) 364-4540 sherrym@uidaho. working landscapes. University of Oregon (1976). Specialization: Land use and transportation planning.Ed.class. B. Ohio State University (1999). B. federal land management planning processes.edu (208) 885-0139 Sherry McKibben mlowry@uidaho. M. Brigham Young University (2004). Ph. Associate Professor Department of Conservation Social Sciences. epistemologies in planning cultural resource management. Ph.html (208) 885-7528 nsanyal@uidaho. B. Associate Professor Department of Conservation Social Science.D. community revitalization. conservation planning. Edmund’s College. public opinion measurement. Western Washington (1990). University of Idaho (1984). B. Specializations: Local and regional land use planning. project evaluation and finance. Colorado State University (2006).Tamara Laninga. http://www. Brigham Young University (2002). Assistant Professor of Sustainable Land Use Planning.aspx (785) 885-7792 spinel@uidaho.

create and disseminate new knowledge. economic development planning. • Graduate certificate: Designed for those who want to incorporate sustainable planning principles and concepts into a related professional discipline. and sustainable human quality-of-life within and across bioregions. Student Chapter – American Planning Association (SPPUD) Students for Place-Based Planning & Urban Design (SPPUD) strives to promote place-based planning and community design as a means of empowering citizens. interdisciplinary approach that fully integrates education and research with community engagement. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . The program’s faculty. etc. but with the expectation that it will be expanded over time to include opportunities nationally and internationally.16th Edition | Page 189 . preserving natural resources. and assist communities and organizations in planning for sustainable development. and accommodating society’s needs in a sustainable manner. environmental and natural resource management. and (2) it supports. Students with significant pre-existing course work or professional planning practice may request credit for this prior work. programs and policies that sustain and enhance their culture. The initial focus of the program is on Idaho. Undergraduate requirements Many undergraduate degrees prepare students well for this graduate program. architecture. create community-based plans. resource base. social and community development planning. Geographic Focus Program graduates fill an important niche in the Intermountain West and have skills that enable them to be effective planners in other parts of the world.) and ecology or complete these in addition to the degree requirements. built environment and economic vitality. staff. through Learning and Practice Collaboratives (LPCs). promoting social justice. strengthening communities. sustainable efficient conservation planning and management. and students work with communities. transportation planning. The program offers the following: • Master of Science in Bioregional Planning and Community Design: Includes specializations in land use planning. anthropology.FYI Bioregional Planning and Community Program Mission The mission of the Bioregional Planning and Community Design program is to prepare future public leaders. Interdisciplinary The Bioregional Planning and Community Design program is distinguished from other planning programs around North America in two ways: (1) it represents a university-wide. promotes and advances bioregional thought and process. and public administration. public land planning. sociology. such as transportation engineering. All entering students should have previously completed a statistics course and undergraduate course work in social sciences (economics. environmental planning. and housing. landscape architecture.

.1345 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .....................Masters Project or Thesis PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES..................... 8-20 Professional Practice Experience ....................................................... January 1...........UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO Department of Urban Planning And Policy 412 South Peoria Street... Head Phone (312) 413-1269 E-mail: kazuya@uic............... Eligibility Criteria: Based on financial need.. Federal Loans.. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 ..............uic.... January 1........ January 1.......729 per semester Out-of-State/international Tuition and Fees .......... $60 international Additional Fees: ............edu/cuppa/upp/ Kazuya Kawamura............Permanent Residents Total Students Year Initiated: 1973 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10............................................................... ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from accredited institution 3.........................20 Hours of Specialization...................$493 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Fellowships......................................................................................... Urban Transportation......................... March 15........................... Eligibility Criteria: All based on academic merit............................4 Other (Masters Project or Thesis) ..... DOCTORAL DEADLINES............... Economic Development.edu http://www............................ Faculty Approved Specialty Page 190 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .........................D... $60 international Additional Fees: .......................12 Hours of Electives. 215 CUPPAH Chicago...................60 Exam.......16th Edition *Do not double count Hispanics.....................729 per semester Out-of-State/international Tuition and Fees ... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.............................................................................................................. 4-16 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .$50 domestic... Illinois 60607-7068 Phone (312) 996-5240 Fax (312) 413-2314 E-mail: upp@uic.......................... Assistantships......0 for final 60 semester hours No Requirements 550 (University) Not Required 3 letters of recommendation......................... 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 .............728 per semester Application Fee: .................... 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees ................................... 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees .. Department Head and Associate Professor (312) 413-1269 kazuya@uic.......................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 ...................68 Masters Specializations Community Development. $14...............................$50 domestic....edu Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.............. 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 ........................................Thesis or Final Product: ...... $8....................728 per semester Application Fee: .... $14.......................................................................................... $8....... Globalization and International Planning.............................. Tuition and Fee Waivers.........edu MA/MS PAB Ph..............................................$481 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Male 5 71 7 0 0 1 0 8 0 87 Female 14 55 16 0 0 7 0 17 2 97 Total 9 126 23 0 0 8 0 25 2 184 Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 232 291 151 154 77 73 45 44 12 7 5 5 Masters Doctoral MASTERS DEGREE Masters of Urban Planning and Policy Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Kazuya Kawamura..... ................. personal statement and writing sample GRE and resume for Assistantship MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........................ Physical Planning..........................

....... Specializations: Computer Applications....................edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 (Includes students still pursuing PhD in Policy Analysis) US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Male 0 5 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 14 Female 1 8 5 0 0 1 0 0 7 21 Total 1 13 9 0 0 1 0 1 11 35 Year initiated: 2003 Previous Ph.. Department Head and Associate Professor (312) 413-1269 kazuya@uic.16 Specialization ..... MUP...edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/betancur.......... http://www......... Director of Graduate Studies......html DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..... statement of research interests..... BA....uic... Normative Ethical Theory in Policy.D on approval of Director of Graduate Studies Non-US Citizens Non........................uic..edu John Betancur Associate Professor.... Comparative Urban Policy.............. Assistantships...............html (312) 996-2125 betancur@uic......................... Public Policy or related field....32 Dissertation ....................Arch...... Ph... Federal Loans. Colombia (1971).96 Exams or Written Requirements: Academic Progress: Written examination.DOCTORAL DEGREE Urban Planning and Policy Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Kazuya Kawamura.....D.D...... Urban Data Visualization Laboratory..... Oral exam may be required at the discretion of the committee......... Colombia (1974).. Sociologist... 4 Doctoral Specializations Physical Planning.......... BA....... Global and International Planning.edu Philip Ashton Assistant Professor.......D. Specializations: Financial Restructuring and Central City Markets.......... Quantitative Methods.........edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/ashton......... MUPP (1977) and Ph............ Economic Development.. Urban Transportation.......0 for last 60 semester hours General Required 600 (University) Masters in Urban Planning..... up to 32 hours transferred from Master’s work to Ph..........html FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Fellowships.... (1995).. http://www... 3 Letters of recommendation.............. Write and successfully defend dissertation........................28 Advanced Standing ... Rutgers University (2005).............uic.. http://www...... (312) 413-3884 kheir@uic... University of Damascus (1986)... (312) 413-7599 pashton@uic.. McGill University (1993).............edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/al_kodmany. writing sample and resume... 10 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/09 . Neighborhood Development and Change..........20 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..... Tuition and Fee Waivers... Faculty Approved Specialty DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Requirement: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: GRE can be substituted with GMAT 3.. Degrees Granted through 8/31/2009... PLANNING FACULTY Kheir Al-Kodmany Associate Professor. Co-Director......... International Development.... Community Development... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below....16th Edition | Page 191 .....edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ... B.. degree in Policy Analysis with specialization in Planning was initiated in 1975 and terminated in 2003....... MA (1989) and Ph..............................D... (1986).............. electronic submission..... Race/Ethnicity & Planning & Social Policy/Human Services....... Geographic Information Systems.......... Eligibility Criteria: Based on financial need.. Specializations: Community Development... University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign...... Physical Planning/Urban Design.......... Universidad San Buenaventura. Universidad Pontificia Bolivaniana..... Affordable Housing Development and Preservation... Eligibility Criteria: All based on academic merit............Permanent Residents Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics. University of Illinois at Chicago....... University of Winnepeg (1990)..

edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/kawamura.html Moira Zellner Assistant Professor. BA (1987) and MA (1989). St.. Voorhees Center. Director of Great Cities Institute. effects of public policy and individual decision-making.edu (312) 996-2156 chashoch@uic. (1999). BArch. (1994) University of Illinois at Chicago. MUP. Rutgers University. India. JD. John Fisher College (1964).D. DGS. University of Michigan (2008). University of Wisconsin. Gender Studies and Planning. Race/Ethnicity & Planning. http://www.uic. MRP (1995) and Ph.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/hoch. http://www.edu Sanjeev Vidyarthi Assistant Professor. North Carolina University. Specializations: Community Development. Science and Technology Policy. Indiana State University (1978). LLM.edu Kazuya Kawamura Head and Associate Professor.html (312) 996-2178 mjaffe@uic..D. qualitative methods. University of Delhi. Specializations: Community Development. University of Michigan (2005). program.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/drucker. Ph.D.D. BS. University of California at Los Angeles.D. Public Administration and Regional Change. Land Use/Growth Management.edu (312) 355-0447 vonu-pt@uic. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.html (312) 413-1269 kazuya@uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/parker.D. http://www.D.edu (312) 996-2155 cwinkle@uic. MUPP (1989) and Ph.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/thakuriah.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/theodore.edu Page 192 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/perry. (1986). http://www.html Curtis Winkle Associate Professor.html Rachel Weber Associate Professor.uic.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/jaffe. BA. March. (2008). http://www.html (312) 996-2167 bkparker@uic. Public Finance and Fiscal Planning. University of Michigan (2005). MRP (2000) and Ph. (2000). BA.html Piyushimita Thakuriah Associate Professor. Urban Design and Place Making. Planning Law.edu David Perry Professor. BA. BS. Michigan State University. Carnegie Mellon University.uic.edu (312) 355-0447 svidy@uic. MUP. PhD.html Nik Theodore Associate Professor and Director. Macalester College (1986). Regional Development. Specializations: Quantitative Methods and Transportation.uic.16th Edition . gender. Specializations: Quantitative Methods.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/winkle. http://www. community activism http://www.uic.. Specializations: Physical and Land Use Planning. Ph. BA (1994).D. Globalization and Transfer of Planning Ideas. Physical Planning/Urban Design. urban governance.uic.html (312) 996-8700 dperry@uic. MS (1989) and Ph. MCRP (1980) and Ph. University of Bombay. Depaul School of Law (1984). Madison. Cornell University. Planning Practice & Theory.edu Brenda Parker Assistant Professor. Brown University (1989). University of Illinois at Chicago.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/zellner. http://www. Spatial Theory and Urban Planning. (1983). Community Development. Specializations: Economic Development Planning. Cleveland State University (1998).html (312) 996-2174 dgills@uic. Cientro de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Exactas. San Diego State University (1975). Labor Markets.html (312) 413-7597 jdruck@uic. Catholic University Leuven (2003).uic. Wayne State Law School (1973). http://www.edu Douglas Gills Associate Professor. MCP.edu (312) 996-5083 janets@uic. Argentina (1995).uic.uic. MUPP (1991) and Ph.D.uic. Wayne State University (1969). University of Michigan (2000). http://www. race. http://www.uic. Physical Planning/Urban Design.uic. Specializations: Urban policy.uic. Berkeley. BA. Ph. (1998). Planning Theory. Transportation. Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning.Joshua Drucker Assistant Professor. Public Infrastructure. and their impacts on land-use/cover change and ecological processes. Social Policy/Human Services.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/vidyarthi. BA.uic. Quantitative Methods.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/gills. University of California.edu (312) 355-0307 rachelw@uic. PhD. Syracuse University. Housing and Neighborhood Planning. Specializations: The complexity of human-environment interactions and their effects on the sustainability of natural resources.html Janet Smith Associate Professor and Co-Director. University of San Diego (1970).D. MPA (1966) and Ph. Specializations: Citizen Participation. Specializations: Economic Development Planning.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/smith.edu Charles Hoch Professor. MS (1981) and Ph. (1971). Specializations: Environmental Planning. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specializations: Economic Development. Center of Urban Economic Development. BA.edu (312) 996-2149 mzellner@uic. BS. India (1991). BFA (1985) and MUP (1990).html (312) 355-1340 theodore@uic. Specializations: Urban Political Economy. University of Michigan (1998).html Martin Jaffe Associate Professor. MS (2002) and PhD (2008).edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/weber. North Carolina State University (1988). BA (1968) and MA (1972). Land Use/Growth Management. Northwestern University. http://www. http://www. http://www.D.

Commercial re-development planning. MS. Adjunct Lecturer. University of Wisconsin-Madison (2005). Specializations: Physical and Environmental Planning. MBA. University of Illinois at Chicago (2004). MUPP. BA. Northwestern University (1970). and advocacy Joseph DiJohn Adjunct Lecturer. PhD. Specializations: Community development. BA. University of California-Santa Cruz (1970). (312) 355-0303 tzhang@uic. University of Illinois at Chicago (2008). statistics. Washburn University (1981). PhD. BA. Congestion management and pricing. Michigan State University (1980). MCRP. Nina Savar GIS Coordinator. Master's work. University of Michigan (1989). Economic development. Mutual housing. BA. Specialization: Geographic information systems. Urban Planning. Ivan Baker Adjunct Lecturer. Physical Planning/ Urban Design. Specializations: Public transit planning and operations. Georgetown University (1975). James Van Der Kloot Kiersten Grove Adjunct Lecturer. Adjunct Lecturer. (Max) Dieber Co-Director. Mufid Qassoum Adjunct Lecturer.edu/cuppa/udv/people. BSBA. DePaul University. BA. University of Oregon (1973). Public budgeting processes.D.edu/cuppa/upp/faculty/zhang. Economics. Specializations: Economic Development. University of Illinois at Chicago (1992). Tongji University. JD. Form-based codes. Specializations: Land use planning. Local government management. DePaul University (2001). University of Illinois at Chicago (1999). MA. MUPP. MUP. BS. Zoning policy analysis. Specializations: Municipal services planning. Demography. Development policy. Project management Kevin Gibbs Adjunct Lecturer. Specialization: Geographic information systems. BA. Bike planning. Harvard University (1979). Housing law. Complete streets. Adjunct Lecturer.uic. Marquette University (1965). Mary’s University of Minnesota (1969). JD. Grinnell College (1993). Public finance. MUPP. BA (1968) and MA (1981). AB. JD.html Brian Licari Adjunct Lecturer. BA. Smith College (1979). MLA. BA. http://www. Specialization: Geographic information systems. Freight analysis. Professor. Urban Data Visualization Laboratory. Brownfield redevelopment Adjunct Lecturer. Michigan State University (1980). CEcD.html (312) 413-9612 Stephen Schlickman Adjunct Lecturer. MUPP. BA. Erica Pascal Adjunct Lecturer. International Development and Planning.Ting Wei Zhang FAICP Ben Gomberg Adjunct Lecturer. Northwestern University (1976). http://www. Clark University (1992).uic. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Illinois Institute of Technology (1996). BS. Geospatial analysis and visualization. Specializations: Sustainable development. water resource economics Yochai Eisenberg Adjunct Lecturer. Boston University (1972). University of Illinois at Chicago (2008). Monica Luecking Richart Adjunct Lecturer. New York University (2005). Thomas Smith Adjunct Lecturer. Specializations: Sustainable development ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Information services. BA. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems. University of Illinois at Chicago (1975).edu Robert Nelis OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Mirabai Auer Adjunct Lecturer.edu/cuppa/udv/people. University of Maine (1997). Specializations: Economic development. MA. University of Illinois at Chicago (1985). BA. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1972). Complete streets. St.uic.16th Edition | Page 193 . DePaul University (2001). Specializations: Economics. http://www. MS. BA. Specializations: Affordable housing finance and funding. Harvard University (1986). AICP. Specialization: Geographic Information Systems. Specializations: Geographic information systems. Specialization: Geographic information systems. Tom Snyder Eugene Goldfarb Adjunct Lecturer. State University of New York at Stony Brook. Austin (2007). University of Michigan (1975). MUP. University of Texas. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (2000). BS. Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1981). DePaul University (1968). finance. DePaul University (1979). Public/ private partnerships Margaret Schneemann Adjunct Lecturer. BA. University of Illinois at Chicago (2008).html William A. Michigan State University (1979). BA. Real Estate. Specializations: Public infrastructure policy. Ph. MURP. International Development Sarah Barr Adjunct Lecturer. Specializations: Public Policy Analysis. MS. University of Wisconsin-Madison (2003). Specializations: Geospatial analysis and visualization Charles Daas Adjunct Lecturer. MUPP. Specialization: Bike planning. BS.

BArch. Specializations: Urban design. FYI A VIEW OF CHICAGO FROM THE CAMPUS OF UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO Page 194 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Master planning. Mixed-use development. MArch. Transit-oriented development. University of Illinois at Chicago (1996).Ferhat Zerin Adjunct Lecturer. Bangladesh University of Engineering Technology (1989).16th Edition .

.....................................illinois......0 None Minimum 102 iBT............. $6....... Assistant Professor MUP Director of Admissions mmedward@illinois............) College of FAA Tuition Differential:................ 40-44 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .. 120 Thesis or Final Product .......................................891 per semester Application Fee: ............. Academic Programs & BAUP Program Director Phone: (217) 244-5402 E-mail: novak2@illinois...................................................................UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN Department of Urban and Regional Planning 111 Temple Buell Hall.............. ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Minimum GPA: Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: None 3...... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-2011 for Masters Program ........................................................ 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees: .. Local and Regional Economic Development........................ ... 2010 Financial Aid......................................... 6 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................$40/$50 (Int...D..........................................41 Contact Person: ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .............................. December 15.......Anytime In-State Tuition and Fees: ...edu Year Initiated:1953 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/10.................. Sustainable Design and Development............................................................................................ Project Grants............. Land Use and Transportation Planning..................971 Degrees Granted from 6/1/09 to 5/31/10 .........D... 22 Hours of Workshop Courses ....820 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ...............................................edu Phone: (217) 333-3890 GRADUATE DEADLINES................. 611 Taft Drive Champaign..............$6....... $13... Assistant Head.................. 27 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..edu BA/BS PAB PAB MA/MS PAB PAB Ph..................... 253 CBT Not Required Prior coursework in intermediate microeconomics and statistics recommended....January 2.................. MUP & Ph....................will receive a four-year guaranteed tuition schedule.........) College of FAA Tuition Differential:..........................$13............. 610 PBT............urban.......443 per semester Application Fee: ....... December 15.16th Edition | Page 195 ...March 15............................................ International Planning MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3................................................ December 15......... Illinois 61820 Phone (217) 333-3890 Fax (217) 244-1717 www... MUP & Ph.. which applies to both in-state and out-of-state students.edu Edward Feser............ 2010 Merit Awards & Assistantships..........freshman and transfers ...... Not required FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES........................ Program.. $60/$75 (Int......... Associate Professor MUP Program Director sharwood@illinois............D..... $525 per semester Year Initiated: 1946 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/10................0/top 20% of class ACT 24-28 UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..D..$750 per semester All new students admitted to the baccalaureate program .................050 Degrees Granted from 6/1/09 to 5/31/10 ...................... UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA in Urban Planning Alice Novak...... Department Head Phone (217) 333-3890 E-mail:feser@illinois............ 2011 Financial Aid Priority Deadline 2010-2011 .. All admission materials must be submitted by deadline for full consideration........................ Scholarships.................edu Mary Edwards............................................................. 2010 Admission Deadline 2010-2011 for Ph.........................................27 Masters Concentrations Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 Undergraduate 60 56 43 45 35 34 Masters 103 143 36 42 25 21 Doctoral 39 52 5 6 5 4 Community Development for Social Justice.................1............. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-2011 ............... Internships.................................... 21-25 Hours of General Education ..............810 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees: ...... Work Study................ ......... Loans MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban Planning Contact Person: Stacy Harwood.........

....................... Land Use............. project.................. Minimum of 4 hours Area of Specialization: ..... 6........................................ 4 or 8 hours Dissertation Research Methods: ........... 10-12 teaching and research assistantships in the department.... Constructing Professional Knowledge: The Neighborhood Unit Concept and the Community Builders Handbook Understanding Stakeholder Participation in Post-Disaster Recovery (Case Study: Nagapattinam.............S......................... ........ TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2010-2011 U. or workshop) 2... DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Minimum GPA: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 75th Percentile Minimum 102 iBT.... DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Planning Theory:........................................... Spatial Structure...258 non-resident)..............................0 Close fit with faculty interests and expertise.............................................MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..................... ... 7... 4............................................... $43.Thesis or Final Product: Capstone project (thesis................... ..96 otherwise Other Requirements: ......... students create a plan of study and define specializations which draw on departmental and campus strengths...................... 3.... 5........ 8...................... and Regional Economic Performance: Assessing the Economic Effects of Land Use Planning and Regulation Developing a Markup Language for Encoding Graphic Content in Plan Documents Transforming an Exotic Species: Nineteenth-Century Narratives about Introduction of Carp in America Planning Access Differences: Collaborative Planning in the California Central Valley FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION 3-4 fellowships............ 10-15 outside department...........64 Exam............30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...................10 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .................... 4 (can substitute for elective hours) Total Required Hours in Planning Program: .............161 IL resident.....D.............. Professor Ph................... 253 CBT 3.................. Two Synthesis Papers............8 Hours of Restricted Electives ......... Minimum of 8 hours Other Electives:.........................8 Dissertations Granted from 5/1/09 to 5/31/10: 1.16th Edition ... India) Growth Effects of Urban-Rural and Intra-Regional Linkages on NonMetropolitan Counties and Communities in the U....... Program Director (217) 333-3890 isserman@illinois............................................. some fees and stipend of approximately $7...........200 for 9 months (total value: $25................. covers tuition (excluding College of FAA tuition differential).... Minimum of 12 hours Research Design: .....................Dissertation Proposal and Dissertation Defense DOCTORAL DEGREE PhD in Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Andrew Isserman............. 610 PBT.................................................................Qualifying Research Paper or Qualifying Exam..................... Maximum of 32 hours Total: . Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students 4 25 5 31 9 56 Male 0 16 4 0 1 0 Female 2 16 8 0 0 0 Total 2 32 12 0 1 0 Doctoral Specializations Working with faculty members...............86 Degrees Granted from 6/1/09 to 5/31/10............. 12-16 Recommended Internship ..................................... Minimum of 64 hours entering with masters......... Minimum of 4 hours Thesis or Independent Study: ............ Planning Under Deep Political Conflict: The Relationship Between Afforestation Planning and the Struggle Over Space in the Palestinian Territories Page 196 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .......................................S......................................edu Year initiated 1983 Degrees Granted through 5/31/10 ..........................

(217) 333-3890 cforrest@illinois. Technology and Economic Development. Social Policy Planning. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1977). FAICP Professor Emeritus.edu (217) 333-3890 ldhopkin@illinois. Forecasting. Computer Applications to Planning and Design. BA. Specializations: Neighborhood Planning. Specializations: Architecture. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 11 16 Female 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 5 11 Total 0 Edward Feser Professor. water resources. (217) 333-4331 dearborn@illinois. MA. Specializations: Planning Law. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1992). Ph. (217) 333-3890 a-gutten@illinois. Rensselaer Polytechnic University (1983).D. (217) 244-6767 feser@illinois. Computer Applications in Planning. Public Finance. Irvine (1994). Specializations: Land use Classification. (1975). Qualitative Methods. University of Oregon Eugene (1994). Regional Development Theory. MRP (1972) and Ph. Specializations: Housing Policy and Planning.edu Stacy Harwood Associate Professor.edu Geoffrey Hewings Professor. Specializations: Sustainable Design. Aging and Planning. San Diego (1986. MCP (1972) and Ph.edu Leonard F. University of Southern California (2001). BA. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1973).. Western Illinois University. (1975). University of Illinois. Social Inequality and Social Planning. AICP Assistant Professor. Joe Hooker Adjunct Lecturer.D.D.edu (217) 333-3890 jhooker@illinois.Arch. University of Tulsa. University of Illinois at Chicago. Debo Adjunct Professor.D. BA (1960) and JD (1962). Urbana-Champaign. Harvard University (1948).S.TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2010-2011 U. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2004). Lewis D. Economic Impact Analysis.16th Edition | Page 197 . Urban and Regional Analysis. Planning Methods.D. Hopkins. Heumann Professor Emeritus. BA. BA. (1997) and Ph. MA (1970) and Ph. Specializations: Stormwater management.edu Mary Edwards. University of California. Land Use and Growth Management. UK (1965). University of Pennsylvania. Georgia Institute of Technology. Specializations: Fiscal Impact Analysis. FAICP Professor Emeritus. (1975). (1965). B. (1997). Specializations: Regional Science Modeling. Amherst College (1968). Ph. FAICP 10 0 0 1 0 0 16 27 Professor Emeritus.. University of San Francisco (1989). Specializations: Economic Development Policy. Community Development.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .edu Albert Z. (217) 333-3211 mmedward@illinois. Design. MCP (1967). Michigan Technological University (1963). History of American Planning. Planning Methods. BS.D.D. (217) 333-3890 tdebo@illinois. Guttenberg. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. University of Washington.D.D. Community Development in Immigrant Communities. Land Use Planning. University of California. University of Wisconsin-Madison (1997). MA (1967) and Ph.edu Thomas N. Specializations: Planning Law. (2003). Housing. BS (1983). PLANNING FACULTY Brian Deal Associate Professor. University of Pennsylvania. (1973). Specializations: Planning Theory. Regional Analysis. (217) 333-3890 lheumann@illinois. (217) 333-1911 deal@illinois. MURP.D. MArch. (1969). Planning Methods.. BS. MRP (1994) and Ph. Specializations: Rural and Regional Development. University of Pennsylvania. Forecasting and Scenarios. Planning Practice. Planning Practice. BS. M. Environmental Planning.edu Lynn Dearborn Associate Professor. BArch. and Ph. JD. University of Birmingham.edu (217) 244-2858 isserman@illinois. BA. Ph. BB (1985) and MA (1986). sustainability. BA (1968). Community Development. MUP. Rensselaer Polytechnic University (1983).Arch.edu Clyde Forrest.edu (217) 333-4740 hewings@illinois. Andrew Isserman Professor. Negotiation. (217) 265-0874 sharwood@illinois.

MCRP (1988) and Ph.edu Faranak Miraftab Associate Professor. (217) 333-8703 robo@illinois.Tschangho John Kim Endowed Professor of Urban and Regional Systems. University of Wisconsin. Industrial Location and Spatial Econometrics. BA. Housing. University of Iowa. Kharagpur (1981). BS. Northwestern University (2004). BS. Berkeley. Specializations: Economic Development Planning. Planning Practice. AICP Professor.edu FYI Joint degree programs allow students to pursue two graduate degrees simultaneously. Specializations: Globalization and Transnational Linkages.edu (217) 333-3890 ehtyler@illinois. B. Urban Simulation Modeling (217) 333-3890 bevwilso@illinois. Madison (1990). MUP (1982) and Ph.D. Landscape Architecture. International Urban Environmental Issues. University of Chicago (1994).edu Alice Novak Lecturer. MS. LLB. BSC (1978) and LLM (1999). where the total time for the two degrees is decreased. Specializations: Technology and the City. (217) 333-4741 mcmillen@illinois. Berkeley (1995). University of Illinois at Chicago (1986). MPP. MA. Bev Wilson Assistant Professor. (217) 333-3890 rostcr@illinois. Norwegian Institute of Technology (1985).. Specializations: Urban Planning Processes. Robert Olshansky. Specializations: Community Development and Social Justice. BA. Regional Economic Analysis and Modeling. Ken Salo Lecturer. BS. Community Planning and Design. Transportation.D. Primary Data Collection Techniques. University of Illinois. Ph. Hanyang University (1994). International Development Planning.edu (217) 244-7681 ddws@illinois. Specializations: Race and Housing Patterns. University of California. Specializations: Local Government. Sustainability. Elizabeth Tyler. FAICP Adjunct Lecturer. BS. University of Illinois at Chicago (1981).Arch. (217) 244-0285 kensalo@illinois..D.D. Columbia (1981). Metropolitan and Regional Planning. Citizen Participation. Environmental History. Ph. Duke University (1997). MRP (2002) and Ph. and Adjunct Research Professor. Public Policy. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy. University of Southern California (2006).edu (217) 333-5126 asilvis@illinois. (217) 333-3601 bumsoo@illinois. Specializations: Urban Design. Specialization: Historic Preservation Planning.edu Bumsoo Lee Assistant Professor. (217) 265-8238 faranak@illinois.D (2009). Urban Land Use. MA. FAICP Adjunct Lecturer. BA. Growth Management. University of California. Site Design and Physical Planning. Pratt Institute (1972). Tehran University (1980).edu Craig Rost Adjunct Lecturer. Specializations: Land Use and Environmental Planning and Policy. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1992). Northwestern University (1987). Ph. (217) 333-3890 baknight@illinois. Ph. GIS. University of Missouri. Ecological Factors in Planning.D. Watershed Planning. Hanyang University (1967). Inequality. Ph..edu (217) 333-2528 rubymen@illinois. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Varkki George Pallathucheril Associate Professor. Daniel Schneider Professor. Seoul National University (1996). Joint degrees with any related field are possible.edu Page 198 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Travel Behavior and Transportation Planning.edu (217) 244-5369 tjohnkim@illinois. (1992). Public Financial Analysis. (217) 333-3890 varkki@illinois. Urbana-Champaign (1985)..D. BS. Metropolitan Development. UrbanaChampaign. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. California Institute of Technology (1974). MA. Local Public Finance. University of Colorado (1979). Planning Practice.edu Daniel McMillen Professor. Berkeley (1982). Specializations: Natural Hazards and Disaster Planning. (1987). Community Development.D.edu (217) 333-3890 novak2@illinois. Ph. Specializations: Economic and Community Development. Social Networks. Environmental Planning. Anne Silvis Adjunct Lecturer. University of Cape Town .. Iowa State University (1977). MUP. University of Illinois. The most popular joint degrees are with Architecture. BS.. BS. Ohio State University. American University of Sharjah. University of Illinois. University of Illinois at Chicago (1982).16th Edition . Community Development in Developing Nations. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign (2001). University of Wisconsin-Madison (1981). Ph. GIS. IIT. BA. Land Use Planning/Growth Management. Specializations: Urban Economics. MLA. Land Use and Growth Management. University of Western Cape (1993). BS. MBA. University of California. Specializations: Urban Spatial Structure. Environmental Policy..D. Princeton University (1976). Wesleyan University (1981). MCP.edu Bruce Knight.D. Law. Computer Applications in Design and Planning. BALA and MUP (1999). and Agricultural and Applied Economics.edu Ruby Mendenhall Assistant Professor. Housing and Gender Issues in International Planning. Spatial Analysis.

... Connerly.. 17 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses (in core) ..........416 per semester Application Fee ...... $75/$100 International Additional Fees .......................$11.............. Land Use and Environmental Planning........................Some course fees apply FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: 14 teaching and 8 research quarter-time assistantships @$8287........ Director (319) 335-0039 charles-connerly@uiowa....Final Exam PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES................................................................................UNIVERSITY OF IOWA Urban and Regional Planning 347 Jessup Hall Iowa City.............................................................. GIS *Do not double count Hispanics..............28 Masters Specializations Economic Development...... Director Phone (319) 335-0039 E-mail: charles-connerly@uiowa.............................. 6 Hours of Concentration.....edu www......................... Transportation Planning........742 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ............................ 50 Thesis or final product ................................................................16th Edition | Page 199 ....... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.............. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ....... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program ....... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program ..............urban.............. 18 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ......................................edu Charles E............................. Further research assistantships and internships available................... 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees ......edu Year Initiated: 1964 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 2010 ......................................... $4206 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees...................50/year with nearly all tuition covered by the University................ Iowa 52242-1316 Phone (319) 335-0032 Fax (319) 335-3330 E-mail: urban-planning@uiowa.0 Not Required No Requirements MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ......... Housing and Community Development... Connerly...July 15..............edu University Admission Policy: MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3...................................................................... January 15...................uiowa... Merit and Diversity Eligibility Criteria: Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Masters 60 61 45 46 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 Us Citizens & Enrolled 27 31 2008 2009 2008 2009 2008 2009 Permanent Residents Hispanics Of Any Race White African American Native Amer/Pac Island Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t know Non-US Citiz/non perm Total Students Male 0 27 0 0 3 0 0 3 33 Female 0 21 2 1 1 0 0 4 29 Total 0 48 2 1 4 0 0 7 62 MASTERS DEGREE Master Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Charles E........................ 9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................

urban. Specializations: Land Use Planning Also. Public Finance/Fiscal Planning.urban.edu (319) 335-0043 paul-hanley@uiowa. www.uiowa. www. University PantheonSorbonne. Public Administration. Urban Planning University of Michigan (1976). Washington State University (1968). University of Michigan (1980) Specializations: Housing. Fullerton (1990). Also. University of Iowa. Funderburg Assistant Professor.edu Aaron Strong Assistant Professor.org Joshua Busard Adjunct Lecturer. Ph.edu (319) 335-0032 barton-cramer@uiowa. San Diego State University (1962).urban. Duke University (2006). Specializations: Transportation. Specializations: Transportation Planning.edu Bart Cramer Adjunct Assistant Professor. urban.edu Paul Hanley Associate Professor. Terry Sanford School of Public Policy. University of Colorado.. Foreign Trade University.org Lucie Laurian Associate Professor.edu (319) 335-0038 john-w-fuller@uiowa.urban. Migration. Boulder (2004). Economics. California State University.johnson.edu AICP (319) 335-0037 lucie-laurian@uiowa. former Iowa City Planning Director. Virtual Reality. BA Mathematics. www. Ph. Ph. Demography: Population-Environment Interactions.. Ph. Fuller Professor. MUP. Nguyen Assistant Professor.. Masters in Sociology.S.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Les Beck Adjunct Lecturer. Also Community Development Planner/GIS Specialist ECICOG in Cedar Rapids. Plan Implementation.edu Charles E. Spatial Impacts.urban. Specializations: Transportation. MUP (1994). www.edu (319) 335-0032 karinf@q. (319) 335-0622 jerry-anthony@uiowa.edu (319) 335-0032 jbusard@co. Community Development.D. Specializations: Environmental and Ecological Economics. AB. Specializations: GIS.D. Master of Public Policy and Administration.. Ph. BS. Growth Management.D. University of Connecticut (1974). Champaign.us Hilary Copeland Adjunct Lecturer.urban.edu Miwa Matsuo Assistant Professor.S. Syracuse University (2010).uiowa. Sacramento (1998). Urban and Regional Planning. Massachusetts (2008). Grinnell College (1968). M. Luther College. Civil Rights. Iowa.ia.urban.S. Vietnam (1999). www.16th Edition . Specializations: Public Finance and Budgeting. M.D. Masters in Demography. Iowa. Also Assistant Land-Use Planner.Arch. Vietnam (1999). University of Illinois. Rutgers University (1988). Johnson County Planning & Zoning Department. www. MS. Urban and Regional Planning. Urban Economics.edu (319) 335-0032 phuong-nguyen@uiowa. Connerly Professor/Director.S. Ph. Housing Policy. University of Iowa (2008).A. Specialization: LEED-AP certifiedUnited States Green Building Council. Infrastructure/Public Services.uiowa. School of Planning and Architecture.edu (319) 335-0032 les.edu (319) 335-0036 richard-funderburg@uiowa. M. France (1995).uiowa. Illinois (2006). Ph. International Economics. Vietnam National University at Ho Chi Minh City.uiowa..edu AICP John W. (319) 335-0039 charles-connerly@uiowa.uiowa.D.uiowa.edu (319) 335-0032 hilary. Master of Public Policy. MA Economics.A. www. Industry and Firm Economics. Economic Development Policy. Decorah. Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. B. France (1995). Cambridge. BA English. Planning History. Computer Applications. M.com Page 200 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .. Community and Regional Planning.uiowa. New Jersey Institute of Technology (1990). Boulder (2001). Iowa State University. Iowa City. www.D. www. University of North Carolina (2001). History. Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.edu Richard G. International Development and Planning.uiowa. California State University. Specializations: Urban and Environmental Planning. India (1991). Geography. India (1989). B.D. M.edu Karin Franklin Adjunct Lecturer. Specializations: Regional Science.uiowa. Bachelor of Engineering. University of Kerala. www. Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making. University of Colorado. Public Management/Strategic Planning. (1998). University of Rene Descartes. and Urban and Regional Economics. Urban and Regional Planning. Specializations: Land Use Planning. University of California. Master of Town Planning. Urban and Regional Planning. University of Tokyo (2002). Spatial Analysis using GIS. Director of Linn County Planning and Development.beck@linncounty. www. Also. Boulder (1998). IA (1996).edu (319) 335-0032 aaron-strong@uiowa.A. employment and accessibility. Harvard Graduate School of Design. University of Illinois. Florida State University (2000). Ph. Phuong H. University of Iowa. B.copeland@ecicog. Specializations: Transportation.urban. Applied Mathematics. Development Policy. Director of Transportation Policy Research at the Public Policy Center.uiowa. and Ph.PLANNING FACULTY Jerry Anthony AICP Associate Professor. Ph. and Associate Director of the Mid-America Transportation Center.urban. MS. BA.urban. University of Colorado. Irvine (2006). GIS. History.D.D.D.

Our focus is on analytical urban planning. grant development. BS.uiowa.johnson.urban. City of Iowa City. Public Health.org James Stoner Associate Professor.urban. the University of Iowa Graduate Program in Urban and Regional Planning offers a fully accredited Master's degree (either MA or MS) in Urban and Regional Planning. all our students participate in the development of a sustainability plan through the Iowa Initiative for Sustainable Communities. and transportation. M.urban. University of Iowa (1987).engineering.S. M. Political Science. www. Northwestern University. Senior Research Associate with the APA in Chicago. B.uiowa. University of Iowa. Civil-Environmental Engineering. Urban and Regional Planning. University of Iowa (2008). Planning Division Manager for Linn County.uiowa. in Political Science.A.A. University of Iowa.edu (319) 335-0032 dswenson@iastate. Urban and Regional Planning.edu (319) 335-0032 christina-kuecker@iowa-city.S. www. Specializations: Transportation Engineering. Specializations: Applied GIS for Planners. Iowa. housing and community development. Research Scientist at Iowa State University www.org David Swenson Adjunct Lecturer. GIS Coordinator for Johnson County Information Services. (319) 335-5664 james-stoner@uiowa.uiowa.edu FYI For over 40 years. Iowa www. Specializations: Virtual Reality and Economic Development. Social Work.edu Dan Swartzendruber Adjunct Lecturer. Specialization: Grant Writing.edu Class Trip to New Orleans (319) 335-0032 rmirr@mac. Nonprofit Resource Center.urban. Southwest Missouri State University. University of Iowa.us Christina Kuecker Adjunct Lecturer.edu AICP Jim Schwab Adjunct Lecturer.uiowa.S.A. Also. University of South Dakota (1979). MA in Political Science (1981) and MA in Urban & Regional Planning (1985). Specializations: Applied GIS for Planners.urban. MA Urban and Regional Planning. University of Iowa (2000). The University of Iowa has been offering high quality graduate education in urban and regional planning.com Jeffrey Schott Adjunct Lecturer.edu (319) 335-0032 dan.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .ia. health and human services agencies to assist with program planning. Associate Director of the Nonprofit Resource Center at the University of Iowa www. and program evaluation. Also independent consultant for schools.urban. while also being engaged in the community. Areas of concentration include: economic development. Also Associate Planner. Associate Director.Rick Havel Adjunct Lecturer. Joint degrees (with Law. and Traffic Systems www. In their second year Field Problems course. Resource Planning. and sustainability. M. Civil Engineering.uiowa.16th Edition | Page 201 .edu (319) 335-0032 rhavel@co.swartzendruber@linncounty.urban.uiowa. M.urban. We have an outstanding set of students who are enabled by the graduate education they receive here to obtain good placements in the planning profession. Illinois www. Located in a vibrant urban and academic setting. Ph. Specializations: Applied Analysis and Methods. M.S. Please see the following link: www. Iowa City. University of Iowa Specializations: Disaster Planning. public policy. Also. www. Social Work or Civil and Environmental Engineering) are also offered.org Ronald Mirr Adjunct Lecturer. Urban and Regional Planning. Also. State University of New York at Albany.D. M. geographic information systems (GIS). land use and environmental planning.uiowa.edu Bus Interchange and Bicycle Parking Downtown Iowa City (319) 335-0032 jschwab@planning. Also.edu/iowa-initiative-forsustainable-communities. Our faculty are recognized for both their scholarship and teaching. Transportation Planning.uiowa. Also.edu (319) 335-0032 jeff-schott@uiowa.

.........0 Hours of Restricted Electives ..............0 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...............................679 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees...............................$3.......................16th Edition ..15 Thesis .......... $55 Additional Fees .ku............................................................................................................................... Page 202 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .................... July 1 Admission Deadline for Ph....................... Chair (785) 864-4184 jimmayo@ku..................................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline for Masters program .........48 Exams or Written Requirements ............................500 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ..................... Transportation MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 3...................D program ................................................................................... N/A Financial Aid Deadline for Masters program ............................................................UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS Graduate Program in Urban Planning 1465 Jayhawk Boulevard Lawrence.......... Mayo...................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below................0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .. Kansas 66045-7614 Phone (785) 864-4164 Fax (785) 864-5301 www............................................................ Housing and Development.....$8............... Required no minimum 530 University/ 570 Department Not Required No Requirements Eligibility Criteria: University Admission Policy: MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES.................edu MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..............12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .........................................................................188 per semester Application Fee .......................................................... 6 Annual Student Enrollment Applied 08/09 Masters 56 09/10 54 Accepted 08/09 32 09/10 37 Enrolled 08/09 18 09/10 19 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White African American Male 1 21 1 0 0 0 0 1 24 Female 1 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 13 Total 2 31 3 0 0 0 0 1 37 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail James M.............................................................................saup............... Physical Development.............. Mayo.........March 1 Financial Aid Deadline for Ph.... Department Chair Phone (785) 864-3350 E-mail: jimmayo@ku.................................... N/A In-State Tuition and Fees ...................................................................14 Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent residents Total students Masters Specializations: Environmental and Land Use....................42 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ................................................................. 48 Thesis .......................................................................... Comprehensive Exam FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: Alan Black Urban Planning Scholarship Urban Planning Alumni & Friends Scholarship Academic Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and a faculty sponsor..............................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ..................................................21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............. $423 per semester MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........................edu Year Initiated: 1974 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.....................................0 230 Not Required No Requirements *Do not double count Hispanics..........................................................D Program ..............................edu/UBPL James M...................................................

Arch. Oklahoma State (1974). Specializations: Land Use Planning. www.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/DaleNimz/NimzD.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/BonnieJohnson/JohnsonBonnie. University of Kansas. BA.shtml (785) 864-3178 dserda@ku. B.. Stormwater Management.edu/People/AdvisoryBoard/GrubeM.saup.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/CharlesMiller. www. MCP. Berkeley (1960).saud.D. www. (2003). Specializations: Public Participation in Land Use and Environmental Planning. www. (1973) and BA (1974). Specializations: Urban Design. (785) 864-3888 mcclure@ku. Specialization: Transportation Planning www.saup. AB.16th Edition | Page 203 . Berkeley (1985). Specialization: Transportation Planning. Specialization: Real Estate Development. (1990). Specializations: Historic Preservation Economics. Community Development. BA. www.saup. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1978). www. www.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/MarcySmalley. Environmental Behavior.. Texas A&M University.ku. MUP (1994). Vanderbilt University (1999). Ph. BA (1973).edu Daniel Serda Lecturer.com Marcy Smalley Lecturer.. University of Kansas (2000). University of California.ku. Harvard (1991). University of Kansas.ku.edu AICP Bonnie Johnson Assistant Professor. University of California.PLANNING FACULTY Alan Black FAICP Professor Emeritus.D. Ph. (1966) and MUP (1968). B. (1992) and Ph. Specialization: Environmental Planning.ku.saud. Ph..ku. MA.shtml (785) 864-4184 dnimz@sunflower.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Phil Englehart Lecturer.edu James Mayo Professor..saup.ku.D.com Dale Nimz Lecturer. American Landscape. Real Estate Development.saup. George Washington University (1984).edu/People/UBPLFaculty/KirkMcClure/MCClureK. BGS (1990) and MUP (1992).shtml (785) 864-4184 michael. University of Kansas.Arch. Community Design.edu Kirk McClure Professor.shtml (785) 864-3208 ablack@ku. Ph.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/DanSerda/SerdaD.ku. Planning Pedagogy.edu/people/UBPLfaculty/AlanBlack/blacka.shtml (785) 864-4184 ppajkcjk@ku. shtml (785) 864-4184 cmiller@hntb.ku.shtml (785) 864-3350 jimmayo@ku. Cornell (1975).com FYI Joint Masters Degrees: o American Studies o Architecture o Geography o Law o Public Administration. University of Kansas. BA. Planning Practice and Democracy. MA. University of Montana (1993). Ph. Harvard (1953). Emory University (1989).ku. MS.D.saup.ku.D.shtml (785) 864-7147 bojojohnson@ku.saup. MA. Planning Practice. MCP and Ph.grube@mccormackbaron.saup.D.edu Stacey S. www..edu/People/UBPLFaculty/StaceyWhite/WhiteS.D. Organization Behavior www.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .saup. Political-Economy of Space. AB.shtml (785) 864-3530 sswhite@ku. Specializations: Politics of Urban Design. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. University of Kansas.rr.ku. White Associate Professor.shtml Mike Grube Lecturer. Ph.D (2006). Specializations: Transportation Planning. BS (1985) and MS (1990).com Charles Miller Lecturer. University of Wisconsin-Madison (1998). Specializations: Housing Affordability. MCP. Kansas State University (1970).shtml (785) 864-4184 msmalley@kc.edu/People/UBPLFaculty/PhilEnglehart/EnglehartP. University of Nebraska-Lincoln (1980). MUP (1981).edu/people/UBPLfaculty/JimMayo/MayoJ. www.

...................................................$50 Additional Fees...................... March 1..vozos@louisville.....D........edu Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent residents Total students Year Initiated: 2000 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10. July 15.................... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-2010..............................edu David Simpson....................... Thesis or Final Product .......... $35 Student Health Fee FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition awards: Eligibility criteria: 18-24 Graduate Research Assistanships: 1-2 Fellowships Strong application credentials....... Department Chair Phone (502) 852-8019 E-mail: dave...........0 500 V/500 Q 210 Not Required No Requirements MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .....................$50 Additional Fees........9 Other (Internship) ...UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE School of Urban and Public Affairs 426 West Bloom Street Louisville....................................90 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/10 ...413 Application Fee.....................edu MA/MS PAB Ph.. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-2011................ Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below......................................... ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3................................. 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-2010..................................................................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .................16th Edition ...........................413 Application Fee............................................................................................................................................................July 15.................................................................................................................. Spatial Analysis for Planning Administration of Planning Organizations Certificate Programs Graduate Certificate in Real Estate *Do not double count Hispanics.....louisville...........................$10...................................... Page 204 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ............................... $35 Student Health Fee TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Male 1 20 3 0 0 1 0 0 25 Female 0 12 4 0 0 1 0 0 17 Total 1 32 7 0 0 2 0 0 42 Annual Student Enrollment Applied 08/09 Masters Doctoral 24 15 09/10 27 19 Accepted 08/09 21 6 09/10 23 11 Enrolled 08/09 13 6 09/10 14 8 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Yani Vozos Student Advisor (502) 852-8002 yani....................3 Hours of Restricted Electives ................24 Masters Specializations Land Use and Environmental Planning... Housing and Community Development...............................................................edu http://supa........Not Required PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES................................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-2010........................... March 1...... full-time status DOCTORAL DEADLINES...................... 2010 In-state tuition and fees....................................... Kentucky 40208 Phone (502) 852-7906 Fax (502) 852-4558 E-mail: upa@louisville.......................................... 2010 In-state tuition and fees...$ 5.................................................472 Out-of –State...........48 Exam...........................................472 Out-of –State...............................................................................$5.................................................$10........3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..9 Hours of Specialization..................................simpson@louisville...................................................................................................................................

.......................... and Governance.................... Specializations: Political Economy... Ph..9 Hours of Specialization.......................... Urban Policy and Administration Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent residents Total students DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Masters degree in relevant subject 3. Specializations: Housing and Community Development................... Urban Economics............0 Hours of Restricted Electives .........Comparative Politics of Two Japanese Global City Regions Doctoral Specializations Urban Planning and Development.................12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..........................D......D. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..... Regionalism in the New Globalized Economy: Politics of Scale and the Discourse of Regionalism ..................18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .....DOCTORAL DEGREE Doctor of Philosophy Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Yani Vozos Student Advisor (502) 852-8002 yani.............. Ph........vozos@louisville...... Santa Barbara (1983). Savitch Brown and Williamsen Distinguished Research Professor.........edu H...........0 (Undergraduate)/3......... New York University (1971)...........louisville.16th Edition | Page 205 . Specializations: Housing.... PLANNING FACULTY Steven Bourassa KHC Real Estate Research Professor.......edu/org/sun (502) 852-8557 jigild01@louisville. Specializations: Transportation Policy and Planning.. (502) 852-8256 f0goet01@louisville......... (502) 852-7929 hvsavi01@louisville. University of Pennsylvania (1988)...........edu Frank Goetzke Assistant Professor........... (502) 852-5720 steven.......................... West Virginia University (2006).............. Politics...................... Urban Public Management..... DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..... Ph. Urban Transportation: Analysis of Causes Leading to Rebirth of Light Rail 2............. Comparative Urban Development.... Land Policy............. Urban Economics..60 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2010 ..........edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..................D.....D..... University of California.............bourassa@louisville.5 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2005 to 8/31/2007 1... International Planning......5A 210 Not Required No Requirements *Do not double count Hispanics.. Ph.....Thesis or Final Product: Students must pass 2 qualifying exams and complete a dissertation and oral defense of the dissertation..........5 (Graduate) 500V/ 500Q/ 4................9 Other (Dissertation) ..........edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Male 0 9 2 0 0 0 0 3 14 Female 0 9 1 0 1 0 0 1 11 Total 0 18 3 0 1 0 0 4 26 Year initiated 1988 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2010...48 Exam..... V............edu John Gilderbloom Professor........... www............

edu William Cahaney Adjunct Lecturer. University of Louisville (1975). JD. Politics and Governance.cahaney@kctcs. Labor Relations.louisville. Research Methods FYI sumei. Berkeley (1996). Trawick (502) 589-0343 AICP jackt@centerforneighborhoods. Specializations: Economic Development Planning.com AICP steven. Ph. Labor Law.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Tony Arnold Boehl Chair in Property and Land Use Law. Page 206 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Specializations: Neighborhood Planning..org Adjunct Lecturer. Ph. PhD. MLA.edu Adjunct Lecturer. J. The Ohio State University (2007) Specializations: Land Use Planning.louisville.D. MA. University of Louisville (1975). Bellarmine University (1999).gov Steve Sizemore Adjunct Lecturer. Simpson AICP Dawn Warrick (502) 574-5178 AICP dawn. Specialization: Neighborhood Planning.zhang@louisville. Citizen Participation.gov Fifth Third Bank Professor of Community Development. (502) 852-8019 dave. (502) 213-2380 william. Specializations: Planning History.D. Specializations: Land Use and Environmental Law (502) 852-6388 tony. hazardcenter..mccoy@insightbb. Conflict Management.edu Sumei Zhang Assistant Professor.warrick@louisvilleky. (502) 852-8257 sgkove01@louisville.louisville.edu Steven Koven Professor.. www. Specialization: Environmental Planning.sizemore@louisvilleky. University of Cincinnati (2004). University of California. MA.16th Edition . (502) 852-6844 caleut01@louisville. MBA. MURP. Planning Theory. Webster University (1975). University of Arkansas (1999).arnold@louisville.pso. Public Finance. Site Planning.edu/cbpa/lmc (502) 852-6449 cgdona01@louisville. Workplace Issues of Women and Minorities. Specialization: Real Estate Development. Specializations: Environmental Planning.edu Clara Leuthart Associate Professor. Stanford University (1990).D.net Carrie Donald Associate Professor..D.edu RLA Michael McCoy (502) 893-3550 Adjunct Lecturer.simpson@louisville. Specializations: Labor Management. Neighborhood Planning John I. michael. Specialization: Professional Practice. University of Florida (1982). University of Virginia (1984).edu (502) 852-7915 Planning Student Organization Web Site: www. Ph.David M.

..............D........ official academic transcript and GRE scores.. $1016/credit hour Application Fee: ...... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12........................................ Maryland 20742 Phone (301) 405-8000 • Fax (301) 314-9583 www................ DOCTORAL DEADLINES..arch.......... statement of purpose....................... International Planning...3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ................................. 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12.............................................................$337 to $593 per semester............. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...........50....343 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 5/31/10 .. Urban Design................................edu/doctoral (Ph..................................... Optional Final Paper PROGRAM INFORMATION MASTERS DEADLINES.............21 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................... Organization and Administration............... $602/credit hour Application Fee: ......... Social Planning................................................................................. COLLEGE PARK School of Architecture........... program) James R................................ Cohen............$50 Additional Fees: .................arch......D.............................. $471/credit hour Out-of-State/ international Tuition and Fees .................................... Cohen...... 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees ........ Lefrak Fellowship...........................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................................................. 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 .......... Program Director Phone: (301) 405-6795 E-mail: jimcohen@umd................................................16th Edition | Page 207 ................................ $471/credit hour Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees .. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 .................. may accept 9 transfer credits toward MCP (make transfer request on official application)....................18 Field Internships ...................umd.......................................... 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees ................. December 15.. extracurricular activities and statement of purpose..............................edu Year Initiated: 1973 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/10..Thesis or Final Product: ..................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .................. need not take GRE Required Not Required Graduate school application. Amounts vary each year..... Land Use and Growth Management.....UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND... GRE............0 GPA of 3. Real Estate Development Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics......... Mandatory TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White Annual Student Enrollment Applied 2009 2010 Masters Doctoral 166 63 187 43 Accepted 2009 2010 81 9 94 6 Enrolled 2009 2010 29 4 28 3 Male 0 23 4 0 0 0 0 2 29 Female 0 31 6 0 0 0 0 2 39 Total 0 54 10 0 0 0 0 4 68 MASTERS DEGREE Masters of Community Planning Contact Person: James R.................. Eligibility Criteria: Based on GPA... December 15.December 15........$50 Additional Fees: ............. Housing & Economic Development.....umd............................. Planning and Preservation College Park................................edu/planning (Masters program) or www............ Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...21 African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non....$337 to $593 per semester.... ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from accredited institution 3.........January 1..................Permanent Residents Masters Specializations Community..... MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .......................... Transportation Planning......... Director Phone: (301) 405-6795 E-mail jimcohen@umd...............edu MA/MS PAB Ph............... Mandatory FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Graduate Assistantship..48 Exam.................. professional experience................................

edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.... Specializations: Economic Development Planning....umd. MS and Ph..... Ph........ Specializations: GIS.. Ph..... Community Social Development..........htm (301) 405-6792 hbaum@umd.. Berkeley (1974).. University of California.....0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .....D Program (301) 405-6791 mhowland@umd.... Georgia Institute of Technology (1999)... www......... International Development Planning..arch......cfm/planning (301) 405-6626 cding@umd.........umd.....umd.............. Planning Practice. Urban and Regional Economics...... Specializations: Quantitative Methods....edu James Cohen Lecturer. Growth Management.......umd..39 Exam............... University of California.. Georgia Institute of Technology (2003).......... Urban Public Finance.......16th Edition .arch....... Transportation and Land Use.. Housing and Neighborhood Planning.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.... Specializations: Environmental Planning.. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1964).. Urban & Regional Economics.cfm/planning (301) 405-6798 achen@umd..... MA in Urban Planning. Urban Design........... Specializations: Community Development.... Rural Development..cfm/planning Hiroyuki Iseki Assistant Professor....cfm/planning Year Initiated 2002 Degrees Granted through 05/31/2009... Planning Theory....... Transportation Economics.. www..... Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management.. MA (1960) and Ph....umd....arch. Urban Economics......... Casey Dawkins Associate Professor...edu Doctoral Specializations Land Use Planning... Ph. Urban and Regional Economics..............edu William Hanna Professor... Environmental Planning.smartgrowth.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory....... (1991) Cornell University... University of Illinois.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.... 2 semesters of graduate level quantitative methods....D....edu PLANNING FACULTY Howell S.... Gerrit Knaap Professor. University of Pennsylvania (1978).......... MA..................... MUP........ MCP (1971) and Ph.. International Development Planning.......... LA.. Planning History & Theory.edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory....D........ MCP.. Berkeley.umd. (1974). Ph....D.. preservation....... Specializations: Transportation Policy. Ph.............DOCTORAL DEGREE Urban and Regional Planning and Design Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Marie Howland.edu Alexander Chen Associate Professor..... Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management...... Application of GIS to Planning and Policy Analysis........1 (301) 405-6795 jimcohen@umd..cfm/planning (301) 405-6796 sbrower@umd... MS.. www...arch............ University of California....... oral defense of dissertation proposal. (1962). Specializations: Housing Policy..15 Hours of Restricted Electives ..edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory..... Quantitative Methods....... UCLA (2004).. Director of Ph........ www.edu Marie Howland Professor...... Urban and Regional Development Planning. www..... Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1981).......6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .. in Urban Planning..... www.cfm/planning (301) 405-6791 mhowland@umd. Community Mapping.....edu Page 208 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .... www.12 Field Specialty Courses ........ MA.7 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 5/31/09 ........ Economic Development. Urbana-Champaign (1996)..... Sinica Academy of Sciences (1989). Housing and Neighborhood Planning.. MRP (1985) and Ph....D..D....D...... Urban and Regional Economic Analysis.. University of Oregon (1978). New York University (1976).D..arch. but not exclusively planning......arch. Chengri Ding Associate Professor.edu Professor......... Comprehensive exams in 2 fields...................6 Dissertation Research ..... www.... Baum Professor..D.... Metropolitan/Regional Planning.......edu/whoweare/facultyandstaff-gerritknaap..D..edu/people/faculty_and_staff/directory.umd.. Politics and Government and Social Policy/Human Services...cfm/planning DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ....... final dissertation (301) 405-4005 bhanna@umd........edu AICP Sidney Brower (301) 405-6083 gknaap@umd.. Specializations: Community Development..... UCLA (1998). International Planning DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Departmental Requirement: No requirements No requirements Masters degree in related field.......... Physical Planning/Urban Design. MCP...... architecture...... Fall admissions only.. Urban Spatial Structure....Thesis or Final Product:......umd..... International Development Planning. University of Michigan (1981).arch.........

Environmental Planning. Rutgers University (1989). you should seriously consider becoming a planner! ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Ph.umd.. Carruthers Adjunct Professor. programs. Ph.martindale. www.com/Stephen-J-Karina/358160-lawyer. Specializations: Community Development.OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY John I. www. Specializations: Community Development. David Falk AICP Adjunct Professor. MA. Economic Geography Andrew B. BA. University of Maryland. Frank Lecturer.D. Planning Theory. MA.D.edu IS PLANNING THE CAREER FOR ME? Are you interested in positive social. Specializations: Planning Law. environmental. University of Washington. economic.html dfalk@umd.htm john_i_carruthers@hud. MS. Specializations: Urban and Regional Policy. BA (1979) and MA (1982). (1978) and JD (1988). Harvard College (1958). Karina Adjunct Professor. Housing and Neighborhood Planning. and plans? Are you challenged by complex problems–and excited about being part of a cooperative process to devise solutions to those problems? Do you think about the future–about what could be–rather than about what is? If you answered "YES" to any of these questions.16th Edition | Page 209 . Land Use Governance. Specializations: Real Estate Development. University of Wyoming (1973).gov Celia Craze AICP Lecturer.puaf. University of Maryland. JD. Stephen J. Chapel Hill (1993).edu/facstaff/faculty/falk. BA. and physical change? Do you want to work with people from various backgrounds to develop a better community? Do you like to communicate with others about ideas. Real Estate Development. University of Arizona. University of North Carolina. Harvard Law School (1961). College Park.

............ first accredited 1987 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 5/31/10....February 2 (for Fall)................ MA 01003-9328 Phone (413) 545-2255 Fax (413) 545-1772 http://www...................... 6-9 credits Hours of Concentration Electives .................. est.............450..... Ofc 1...............656 Degrees Granted from 6/30/08 to 12/31/09......16th Edition ..................... per semester (12-15 hours) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees........................... TUITION AND FEES Application Deadline: ..April 15 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 ........umass.......463.... 6-9 credits Total Required Hours in Planning Program ... Department Head Phone (413) 545-2264 E-mail:ebrabec@larp.................. $6................ Amherst....... GMAT) Minimum TOEFL: Required except for equivalent documentation of English language proficiency (with approval) Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Not Required PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES....... contact department for further information Departmental Requirement: 2-3 letters of recommendation in addition to official transcripts and GRE scores........... JD.......... Program Director (413) 545-6608 mhamin@larp..variable........ $5...........April 15 In-State Tuition and Fees ...................umass...18 White African American Native American Asian American Hispanic Other Foreign Total 14 1 0 1 0 0 0 16 23 2 0 1 0 0 4 30 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 44 3 0 2 1 0 4 54 Master's Specializations Urban and Regional Land Use Planning.....75 or higher Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 2.. Policy.........9 credits Hours of Unrestricted Electives . Independently-Designed Concentration Option Page 210 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ..... est.....D ACSP Member: FULL MASTER'S ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and GPA 2.......................714............... per semester (12-15 hours) In-Region Tuition and Fees ..........edu/larp/ Elizabeth Brabec....... $10......... resume recommended but not required MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..... 6-9 credits Thesis or Project or Three-Course Option................. administratively organized 1976......................... Landscape and Environmental Planning.............................................. $12.................... est........umass. $40 (MA residents)..750................................... and Community Planning................ October 2 (for Spring) Admission Decision Deadline 2009-10 ...... Social. est...edu ENROLLMENT STATUS AND GENDER Full-Time Male Female Part-Time Male Female Total Year Initiated: 1968..............75 except for special circumstances (with department approval) Minimum GRE: Required except for department-approved professional examination alternative (LSAT... $50 (US residents).......................edu MRP PAB Ph.....UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning 109 Hills North 111 Thatcher Road..... per semester (12-15 hours) Application Fee ............. per semester (12-15 hours) International Tuition and Fees ............... Economic Development Planning..........48 credits Annual Student Enrollment Applied Masters Accepted Enrolled FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Research Assistantships: Call Mark Hamin (413) 545-6608 for details 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 62 55 38 36 21 18 TOTAL MASTER'S STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 STUDENTS IN THE PROGRAM 2009-2010 MASTER'S DEGREE Master of Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Mark Hamin PhD............24 credits Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............. $65 (International) Additional Fees & Costs: .......

........... Chapel Hill. empirical tests of agglomeration theory..22 credits Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .. Ontario.. Art History and English....... BA...... 1974..... and building upon this knowledge to improve the effectiveness of economic development policy..... 2002.. Specialities: Research focuses on understanding forces driving regional economic competitiveness and transformation.. PhD ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Masters degree from an accredited institution and GPA 2.. 1999. Recent research has focused on mitigating the user impacts associated with eco-tourism on sensitive resources in third-world countries... University of North Carolina.. Specialities: Special research interests include: the influence of life sciences on the development of the planning field.... University of Massachusetts. social change... Specialities: Research.. University of North Carolina.. Specialities: Professional career focused on developing broad-based land protection and sustainable landuse planning approaches and promoting techniques that foster effective resource conservation............. BA Business Administration.. Regional Planning Studio. PhD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .............. FASLA Professor of Landscape Architecture........ Czech University of the Life Sciences.... JD.. Masters of Management...edu for details Pader..... Jack F...... public health and social policy. 1995.. Kenyon College. Specialities: Instructor of Growth Management.. BA.. 1998.... Renski... Environmental Design.15 credits Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..... Real Estate Finance and Climate Change planning seminar....umass. Associate Professor of Regional Planning and Director of the JD/MRP Program......... Teaches courses on social issues in planning from inter-ethnic and cross-cultural perspectives... BS..... technologically-transformed food ecology/economy... Brabec. PhD. University of Maryland....umass.... 1981. landscape ecology for landscape planning design and management. University of Rhode Island. landscape ecology.. and landscape architecture study tour. PhD......edu Hamin.. John R. gender and class............... including: identifying discriminatory practices on the basis of ethnicity... 2006... Cleveland State University................... urban infrastructural and ecological history... Anthropology........ History and BA. Research interests include: sustainable urbanism.. Ellen-J...... Peter Lecturer of Landscape Architecture. MRP..... Community Planning and Area Development..... Cambridge University.. Director of the Center for Economic Development.. Mullin....... Urban and Regional Planning..... University of Waterloo. NA Hours of Electives.16th Edition | Page 211 .DOCTORAL DEGREE Doctorate of Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Year Initiated: 1988 Degrees Granted through 5/31/10..60 credits* (*12-17 of these can be waived for students with an eligible planningrelated Masters degree) FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Research Assistantships: Email Program Director Elisabeth Hamin at emhamin@larp......... Political Science... Northwestern University.... Specialities: Instructor of courses in plant materials.. 1967. 1997. race.. Sustainable Cities.23 credits* Dissertation . Antioch College. Specialities: Research interests are focused on land conservation and design and planning of sustainable open space. Brown University. design studio.. complemented with a strong interest in culture and the historical basis of landscape form... FAICP Professor Emeritus of Regional Planning. 1980.. Government... Wageningen University... Mark Lecturer in Regional Planning and Director of the Master of Regional Planning Program.... PhD.. PhD History and Sociology of Science.. 1980. University of Pennsylvania..... landscape urbanism.. and planning practica... University of Southern Maine. 1975. housing policy... BA. Environmental Planning... 46 Degrees Granted from 6/30/08 to 12/31/09................. and political facets of housing policy and design. and Dean of the Graduate School. University of Pennsylvania... Instructor of Planning History and Theory. Specialities: Major area of research in the cultural... PLANNING FACULTY Ahern...... 1984.. PhD........ Canada.. Elisabeth M. University of Arizona.. MLA. teaching and outreach focused on regional economic development strategy and adaptive reuse/redevelopment in mill towns.... 1992.............. University of Massachusetts. Introduction to City Planning.75 or higher Minimum GRE: Required except for approved professional examination alternative (LSAT.......... Associate Professor of Regional Planning and Director of the PhD in Regional Planning Program.............. 3 Elisabeth Hamin PhD..... Program Director (413) 577-4490 emhamin@larp.... GMAT) Minimum TOEFL: Required Departmental Requirement: 2-3 letters of recommendation in addition to official transcripts and GRE scores Kumble. MLA.......... University of Pennsylvania.... Hamin.......... BA... MLA..... BA. Current work examines regional influences on entrepreneurship........ Philosophy. 2010.... industrial cluster analysis and clusterbased development strategies....... and the application of spatial-analytical techniques to local economic policy decision-making. University of Guelph. MRP. 1972...... PhD in City and Regional Planning....... 1972. Chapel Hill. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ....... 1988.... social. 1984... PhD.. Elizabeth Professor and Department Head. 1969...... MSBA.... Boston University.. Henry Assistant Professor of Regional Planning....

enabling students to work with other LARP faculty members and students studying problems of landscape architecture and urban design. University of Massachusetts. 1996. Page 212 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Policy and Community Planning. Those with a Master's degree in other fields but with appropriate professional experience are given serious consideration and encouraged to apply. Philosophy. FYI The goal of the Regional Planning Program is to stimulate creative and sustainable approaches for addressing and resolving the physical. University of Massachusetts. and information technology. BA. the economics of sustainable development. University of Massachusetts. nonprofit service. Geography. Since 1980. Chapel Hill. The main areas of concentration within the MRP program are: 1) Urban and Regional Land Use Planning.S. Specialities: Teaching and research interests include public visioning. Germany. Specialities: Interests include Growth Management. political. BA. PhD. and in academic and research activities. Please be aware that the university requires a minimum one academic year full-time residency for all doctoral students. Fellow of AICP. Feiden. 1962. University of Massachusetts. Our alumni can be found in all levels of government as well as in consulting practice. Providence College. University of Michigan. Robert L. potential applicants should review faculty publications. Specialities: Research interests include urban development. A special point of interest and research is the building and organizing of site-specific ephemeral art work in urban environments. The two-year MRP program offers rich educational experience in many areas of regional planning. California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo. Specialities: Teaches Judicial Planning Law. Planning Department. Platt. Specialities: Principal research and teaching interests include the application of geographic information systems to a wide range of environmental and natural resource planning issues. BSLA. FAICP Adjunct Lecturer in Regional Planning.. Associate Director of Center for Economic Development. 1973. MLA. Intermediate and Advanced Diplomas in Urban Transportation Planning from the U. 1988. Faculty and students are committed to the effort to anticipate and adequately prepare for the impact of regional growth and development on the environment and vice versa. We generally seek students whose research interests align well with faculty expertise. with a strong emphasis on professional practice through studio and service to nearby communities. History. Michigan State University. Washington. Taupier. and MRP/MPH (Public Health) programs. Hannover. elements of planning and decision-making processes. Applicants to this program are encouraged to visit the campus and meet with the Program Director and pertinent faculty. Seewald. Research and creative work generated by the use of narrative images. historical. 1994. PhD. so that we can provide a high level of mentoring to all students. If such a visit is impractical. and geographic information systems. historic preservation. Alan Adjunct Instructor of Regional Planning. 2005. wetland and coastal management. 1997. 1985. Zenia Adjunct Lecturer of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning. especially in Central Asia. DiPasquale. Mitchell. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Brennan. There is the option for an independently-designed concentration. Michael Adjunct Instructor in Regional Planning. The program is based on integrating the theoretical.Ryan. Richard Adjunct Assistant Professor of Regional Planning. India. as well as the opportunity to link with the program in landscape architecture. State University of New York at Buffalo. social and community planning. city planning history and town/gown relations. MS. BA. We also have existing dual degree MLA/MRP and MRP/ JD programs. PhD in Natural Resources and Environment. 1980. MRP. University of Massachusetts. Ing. with concentration in Design and Structural Engineering. MRP. Western New England College School of Law. 1985. Wayne. MRP University of North Carolina. Sleegers. MRP. Department of Transportation. and social problems of towns. Regional Planning. Specialities: Teaches courses in open space planning and research methods.16th Edition . We are able to supervise doctoral work in most areas of planning. Students admitted to this program normally have a Master's degree in planning or a closely related field. 2) Economic Development Planning. 4) Social. as well as some areas where planning and landscape architecture overlap. Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning. economic development strategy. MA. as well as descriptions on the website or the LARP graduate handbook. community charrettes. University of Chicago. economic. University of Massachusetts. Dipl. Past President of Massachusetts Chapter of the American Planning Association. 1989. Specialities: Lecture courses in business management for landscape contractors and professional practice for landscape architects. and regional development within newly emerging democracies. 1981. 1971. University of Massachusetts. University of Massachusetts. University of Massachusetts. and create a sense of place for people. social. Yale. a nationwide initiative created by the National Association of Regional Councils. innovative zoning and development tools and techniques and their influence on community character. environmental policy. Resource Economics. sustainable development. 1967. Academy of Architecture. DC. JD. and floodplain. 1995. and to resolve conflicts between development and the environment. Professor of Planning. Director of the Dual Degree MLA/MRP Program. 1987. University of Michigan. policy analysis and implementation. Director. Research interests include environmental psychology and landscape planning. MLA and MUP. MRP/MArch (Architecture). BA. BA. To learn more about faculty interests and expertise and the intellectual tone of the Department. real estate development. The program is oriented toward both intellectual and the professional aspects of regional planning. Architecture. They have been involved on the frontiers of social change since the 1960s. transformed to make the landscape legible. JD. Specialities: Instructor for Judicial Planning Law and Tools and Techniques in Planning Kotval. Natural Resources. Past President of the Massachusetts Association of Planning Directors. PhD in Regional Planning. environmental protection. advocacy and equity planning. City of Northampton. FAICP Adjunct Lecturer of Regional Planning. growth management. Teaches design studios in landscape architecture and urban design. Director of UMass Amherst’s LARP Extension Citizen Planner Training Collaborative (CPTC). Rutherford H. University of Chicago. BA. Specialities: Currently involved in efforts centering on the Institute for the Regional Planning Community. University of Michigan. The PhD program in Regional Planning leads to a research degree for students interested in careers in the academic world or in research in public agencies or private corporations. then communication via email or telephone may take the place of a visit. such as urban revitalization. has served as Executive Director of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC). 1970. MRP. BS. University of Massachusetts. and larger regions. cities. Professor Emeritus of Geography and Adjunct Professor of Regional Planning. 1995. including urban form and design. and technical dimensions of planning practice. and planning related to architectural design. Frank Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture. and have begun development of prospective MRP/ MPPA (Public Policy and Administration). 3) Landscape and Environmental Planning. Bombay. 1973. Timothy Adjunct Lecturer of Regional Planning. Robert P. 1971.

..........................15 Other ........................................................memphis............... Ph.................................................$10......... Director Phone (901) 678-2161 E-Mail: kreardon@memphis.......371 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees........................... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ....................16th Edition | Page 213 .... Kenneth M...... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-2012 for Masters program ............................................... 0 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: Eligibility Criteria: Graduate Assistantship: Stipend + Tuition Federal Financial Aid....................................................................30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...6 Mixed Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent residents Total students Masters Specializations City and Regional Planning Community Planning & Development Youth Participation & Planning Strategic Planning for Schools and Neighborhoods Sustainable Development 0 19 0 11 *Do not double count Hispanics...................................................................................................48 Exams or Written Requirements:: .............. 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 for Masters program .................................................D....edu White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Year Initiated: 1974 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10..... statement of career goals Federal Guidelines Annual Student Enrollment Applied 08/09 Masters 26 09/10 25 Accepted 08/09 20 09/10 17 Enrolled 08/09 14 09/10 7 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race Male 0 16 2 0 1 0 Female 0 4 6 0 0 0 1 Total 0 20 8 0 1 0 1 0 30 MASTERS DEGREE Master of City & Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Dr.................................6 Hours of Restricted Electives .............3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .................. 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees ..... Workstudy Program Letter of application...edu Kenneth M.... July 1..............................................0 810 219 Not Required No Requirements MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ................................................. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..............167 per semester Application Fee ...................... 2 letters of recommendation...204 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 5/31/10 ......... Reardon.. Comprehensive exams and Written Capstone Project.............UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS Graduate Program in City and Regional Planning 208 McCord Hall Memphis Tennessee 38152 Phone (901) 678-2161 Fax (901) 678-4162 http://planning..............0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................ July 1....... Director (901) 678-2610 kreardon@memphis................................. $35 Additional Fees ............................................. PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES...$4..... Reardon....edu MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements 3....................................................

memphis. and Ph. Specializations: Land Development Policy..PLANNING FACULTY Reza Banai Professor. Urban Design... MURP. Land Use Planning. MUP. (2005). Steve Redding Assistant Professor. Specializations: Economic Development.edu Charles Santo Assistant Professor. Virginia Polytechnic University. University of Massachusetts. M. (901) 678-4559 rbanai@memphis.Ed. MURP. Visiting Scholar. BA. Amherst. Specialization: Housing. Ph. and Post-Disaster Planning...people.Arch.. http://planning. Louisiana State University. Planning. University of Wisconsin.edu Esra Ozdenerol Assistant Professor. http://planning..memphis. Urban Design. B.D. (901) 678-2610 kreardon@memphis.edu (901) 678-2161 Hsiang-te Kung Professor.16th Edition .D. Community Schools. http://planning. Morgan State University. University of Catania. University of Washington . Historic Preservation. Ph.memphis. Specializations: Neighborhood Planning. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Jeffrey Lowe Visiting Associate Professor. Washington & Lee University (1996). Community Participation GIS. GIS. and Participatory Action Research. Mass Transit. BS in Engineering. PhD. Specializations: Urban Hydrology. Turkey..memphis. Geovisualization. University of Memphis. Computer Applications. and Ph. HBCU's and Community Development. Ph. Ph.. University of Mississippi. in Architectural and Urban and Environmental Recovery.people. BS and MCRP. Military Planning. Virginia Commonwealth University (1999).. Vanderbilt University. Youth Participation.edu FYI (901) 678-4560 sroakes@memphis. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Rutgers University: The State University of New York. BS. Hunter College. Community Development.edu Pyramid Arena in downtown Memphis. MS and Ph. (901) 678-3566 csanto@memphis.U. 2000. University of Chinese Culture. MA and Ph. B. (901) 678-2161 Gene Pearson FAICP Associate Professor Emeritus.D.Seattle.A. University of New Orleans. Urban Land Economics.edu/ Phillip Poteet Assistant Professor.R..memphis. Westendorff Associate Professor B. Specializations: Planning Theory. http://www. Urban Physical Environment. Specializations: Planning. Yale (1978). former home of Tigers Basketball Page 214 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .D. Economic Development. M. Mississippi State University.. MRP. http://planning. MS. Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Specializations: Policy Implementation. Spatial Analytical Methods and Modeling. University of Catania. CUNY.edu David G. Specializations: Sustainable Development. Urban Governance and Policy.edu/ (901) 678-4558 tredding@memphis. Specializations: Economic and Community Development. MSP.D... University of Ankara. Municipal Reform. Howard University. http://www.edu/~hkung/ (901) 678-2161 gpearson@memphis.D. Cornell University (2009). Cornell University. University of West Georgia. University of Tennessee. Mid-Sized cities Policy Research. M. BA. Auburn University. International Development. Community and University Partnerships. FaithBased Organizing. Quantitative Methods. Madison. and Development. Portland State University.edu Ken Reardon Professor: BA.Arch. Ph. http://planning.D. Specializations: Transportation Planning. Architectural Design. MBA. BS. Graphic Design.edu/~rbanai/ Laura Saija Visiting Associate Professor and Madame Curie Research Fellow.edu (901) 678-2161 ppoteet@memphis. Site Planning & Regional Planning.memphis.edu (901) 678-4538 hkung@memphis. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Thomas Fox Assistant Professor.memphis. University of Pennsylvania.edu Susan Roakes Associate Professor. University of Tennessee.edu T. Urban Design.P. Neighborhood Planning and Development. Water Resources.D.A. BA. Miami University.D.

.......... Planning in Developing Countries *Do not double count Hispanics........683 per semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees ... MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........48 Exam.....513 per semester Application Fee:……………………………… . Housing.......... …$65-Domestic $75-International Additional Fees:………………………… ... Physical Planning & Urban Design.........1247 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ................37 Masters Specializations Land Use & Environmental Planning........ Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning 2000 Bonisteel Boulevard Ann Arbor..................... 20-27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................. $10............ 3-6 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ....... 250/600/100 (Dept...................................... $10.................................... Transportation Planning..............D........... $95 per semester TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race Male 8 44 5 0 1 0 3 9 71 Female 4 40 3 0 3 0 2 14 66 Total 12 84 8 0 4 0 5 23 137 Annual Student Enrollment Applied 08/09 Masters Doctoral 190 59 09/10 229 72 Accepted 08/09 179 3 09/10 183 5 Enrolled 08/09 63 3 09/10 74 5 White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Lisa Hauser................................. January 5........................ 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees ....................edu http://taubmancollege/planning Richard Norton................. Program Chair E-mail: rknorton@umich......Not Required PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES.............................. January 5.... 19-28 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .... 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees .......... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below............. Admissions Coordinator (734) 763-1275 weeze@umich............683 per semester Out-of-State/International Tuition and Fees ..............................) Not Required Microeconomics & Statistics but can be taken 1st semester........ 6-9 Hours of Restricted Electives ........... $95 per semester FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Fellowships Eligibility Criteria: Graduate Student Assistantships Eligibility Criteria: Merit-based (GSI) Merit-based DOCTORAL DEADLINES........ January 9........................ ……$50-Domestic $75-International Additional Fees:………………………………… ........... ………………….............. …………..513 per semester Application Fee:…………………………… ......... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 ........................................Thesis or Final Product: ......0 Undergraduate Required 220/560/84 (Univ................................................. Michigan 48109-2069 Phone (734) 763-1275 Fax (734) 763-2322 E-mail: urp@umich..................................................16th Edition | Page 215 ............................ $16................... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 ....................UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN A................... TUITION AND FEES Doctoral Deadline 2010-11 ..................edu Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent residents Total Students Year Initiated: 1970 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...)...... ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: None 3..............edu Phone (734) 936-0197 MA/MS PAB Ph..... $16........................ Community & Economic Development... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...

.... Specializations: Urban Economics and Urban Policies. MCP (1985) and Ph..T......... Coordinator of Doctoral Studies (734) 763-2077 sdcamp@umich.. MS (1999)............. Housing......... Beijing University.....................S....................... 250/600/100 (Dept. Housing Economics and Policy.........A.... Community Development..6 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2006 to 8/31/2007 . GSD Harvard University (2008)... E... 24-36 Exam................0 Hours of Restricted Electives .D... Real Estate Development and Finance... Urban Design/Landscape & Technological Planning *Do not double count Hispanics... Comparative Urbanization........... Campbell Associate Professor..... (734) 936-0951 landeng@umich....................................edu Lan Deng Assistant Professor.... DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: None 3... University of California...............Thesis or Final Product: ....)........... in Urban & Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Scott Campbell. Berkeley. Land Use Economics and Policies.. (1990).. and Growth Management at the Urban Fringe" 2. ETH Zurich (2004)...... Madrid Polytechnic University (2001): MASLA............... Ph....... Environmental Planning..........................3 (Undergraduate)..D... Physical Planning.. Exams and Dissertation (Thesis) (734) 763-2077 sdcamp@umich..... PLANNING FACULTY Maria Arquero de Alarcon Assistant Professor: Dipl........... Transportation.) Master’s degree in planning or related field preferred (734) 764-9453 marquero@umich..edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens NonPermanent residents Total Students Male 0 9 2 0 0 0 0 1 12 Female 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 7 10 Total 0 12 2 0 0 0 0 8 22 Year Initiated 1968 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2008...... Urban/ Regional Development......... International Development.....D............DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph.... DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ....... Growth Pressure.. Stanford University (1980). Architecture......... (2004)...... Specializations: Interdisciplinary Design with a Focus on Multi-scalar Landscape and Urban Strategies........edu Page 216 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ....5 (Graduate) Required 220/560/84 (Univ............... BAS......177 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2007 to 8/31/2008 . Land Use/ Growth Management.3 1...16th Edition ... Quantitative Methods...... Regional Economic Development..... Berkeley........... “Why Cooperate? An evaluation of the formation and persistence of voluntary regional land use cooperative arrangements in Michigan” 3....... 1970-2002 Doctoral Specializations Computers/GIS........ 3....... "Planning at the Edge: Planning Capacity........ Planning a Metropolitan Atlanta: The Atlanta Regional Commission...... University of California.... Specializations: Planning Theory & History.....0 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .. Environmental Economics....0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ........... BS (1996).......... MLAUD.......edu Scott D. Techniques of Visualization and Representation.. Economic Development.....10 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .. Real Estate Development........... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..

Ph. Intergovernmental Growth Management. Specializations: Community Organization. BAS (1989) and MLA (1992). Urban Politics.D. (1999). BA (1969). MUP. Sustainable Design and Planning. Public Transit Planning & Evaluation. Harvard Graduate School (1991). Specializations: Architectural and Urban Design. Harvard University (1974). Specializations: Landscape Planning. University of Hawaii (1996). Processes of Regional Restructuring. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1999).edu Gavin Shatkin Associate Professor.edu Jonathan Levine Professor.B. Michigan State University (1970). Urban Design.Arch.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . and Brokerage Aspects of Real Estate (734) 763-2528 medewar@umich. Finance. Stanford University (1968). Social. Land Use and Planning Law.Arch.. Cornell University (2002).edu Matthew Lassiter Associate Professor: BA. Ph. Dewar Professor. MSE. (734) 763-2466 lidakost@umich.D. Associate Professor. Lidia Kostyniuk Adjunct Professor: BS (1966). Specializations: Planning History. Planning Theory. Specializations: Transportation Planning & Policy. Metropolitan Development Trends.edu June Manning Thomas Professor: BA. New Urbanism.Wesleyan University. Princeton University (1972). Ph.16th Edition | Page 217 . University of Michigan (1973). University of North Carolina (1998). Ph. (734) 936-0197 rknorton@umich.D. Berkeley. MP. MA (1994). MBA. Planning in Developing Countries. MURP. Duke University (1987).. Transportation Safety.edu Christopher Leinberger Professor of Practice. Ph.. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1979).D. Planning Methods & International Development. Harvard University (1974). Political Economy of Urban Development. Ph. Real Estate Market and Financial Analysis. Housing & Community Development. Furman University (1992).. MBA Harvard Business School (1976). Public Policy. Coastal Area Resource Management.D. Community Development. Wellesley College (1970)..Crime Policy. Specializations: Urban and Urban Planning History. Rutgers University (2001). University of Michigan (1994). Specializations: Transportation & Land Use Planning. Ph. Specializations: Community & Economic Development Planning.D. Social and Natural Capital (734) 764-6885 fishmanr@umich.edu (734) 936-0213 kelbaugh@umich.edu Monica Ponce de Leon Dean/Professor. Ph. BS (1992) and BA (1992). Research Methods. MCP. Mobility and Accessibility. MA and MEM. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1997)..D. Public Economics. M.. Neighborhood Planning. Specializations: Travel Behavior. University of California.Margaret E. Ph. Ph. A. MCP (1982). Theory. (1977) University of Pennsylvania.edu (734) 647-4618 mlassite@umich.edu (734) 763-1114 grengs@umich. (734) 763-2075 shatkin@umich.. Regulation & Markets in Metropolitan Development. MS (1987) and Ph. Specializations: Urban Design (734) 936-0234 larissal@umich. Larissa Larsen Associate Professor. Development. Popular Culture. University of California. JD.edu Douglas Kelbaugh Professor.. Social Planning and Neighborhood Development. (734) 936-0201 thomasju@umich. (1975). Urban Redevelopment.edu Robert Fishman Professor. University of Minnesota Institute of Technology (1989).D. University of Guelph. Ph. Legal. Specializations: State.. Real Estate Development.D. Specializations: Downtown Redevelopment. cleinber@umich. (734) 763-0039 jnthnlvn@umich.. University of Virginia. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Peter Allen Adjunct Lecturer.edu (734) 358-0060 AICP ptallen@umich. Ethics. Specializations: Public Management. University of North Carolina (2001). Real Estate Company Strategic Planning. Local & Community Economic Development Planning. (734) 763-5960 barrych@umich. AB.D. Specializations: 20th Century United States. Sustainable Development. Specialization: Real Estate Essentials. (734) 764-1315 mpdl@umich. M. David Thacher AssociateProfessor.D. (1990).edu Richard Norton Associate Professor. Specializations: Environmental Policy and Planning. Planning for Declining Industries. MS (1969).Los Angeles.edu Joseph Grengs Barry Checkoway Professor. University of Michigan (1977). MA (1971).D. Neighborhood Design. State University of New York at Buffalo.edu (734) 615-4074 dthacher@umich. Political. Industrial Policy. Urban/Suburban. Social Equity in Planning. Southern. University of Minnesota (1997).

community design.FYI Joint Degree Programs: o MUP/M. "Filling in the Gaps: A Plan for Vacant Properties in Osborn WHAT IS URbAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING? Urban and regional planners do many types of jobs and are involved in almost any kind of government or private activity which seeks to affect the future or respond to community change.D. & Policy) o MUP/MS (Res.g. housing. Classical Archaeology. and social planning. (e. Page 218 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . such as healthy communities or energy development or school planning.16th Edition . & Architecture) Capstone presentation.. Ecology & Mgmt.Arch. Other planners work in less traditional areas. Some planners become generalists–they develop a level of expertise in several substantive areas. The majority of planners work in traditional planning areas such as land use. transportation./Health Ed. Sociology. Others become specialists and define themselves as housing or transportation or environmental planners. environmental protection. economic development. often with people from other disciplines. Anthropology.) o MUP/MS (Information) o MUP/Ph.) o MUP/MUD (Urban Design) o MUP/MPH (Epidemiology or Health Mgmt. o MUP/MBA o MUP/JD o MUP/MSW o MUP/MS in Resource Policy & Behavior o MUP/MLA (Landscape Architecture) o MUP/MPP (Public Policy) o MUP/MPH (Health Beh. However individual planners can still have a wide variety of responsibilities within these broadly defined specialities.

.... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ........ Minnesota 55455 Phone (612) 624-3800 Fax (612) 626-0002 E-mail: hhhadmit@umn.....................59 No minimum: 534/635/4........... 603/103........... Economic and Workforce Development....hhh........................................ residents Hispanics of any race White African-American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other Male 1 51 1 0 1 0 2 5 61 Female 0 35 2 0 4 0 0 1 42 Total 1 86 3 0 5 0 2 6 103 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban & Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Julie Harold... Program Director Phone (612) 626-3193 E-mail: schiv005@umn...............$75(Domestic) $95(International) Additional Fees: . January 5... and a statement of purpose..3 Hours of Restricted Electives ..592 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees........... Eligibility Criteria Merit and Need Masters Applied 08/09 09/10 102 136 Accepted 08/09 09/10 N/A 88 Enrolled 08/09 09/10 38 50 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens/Perm... Transportation Planning.......5 (Dept.....4 Average Scores of Present Students 550/213 (Univ.................)...................$782/Semester student health benefit plan assessed to those who do not have coverage........ Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs 301 Nineteenth Avenue South Minneapolis....... 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees ................... $6896 includes salary and partial health/tuition benefits... Environmental Planning Non-US Citizens/Non Perm...5 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............. 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 for Masters program ..... $11........0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Hubert H.....16th Edition | Page 219 ................................... 18.......umn..............205 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ..................... 400 hour professional internship only PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES.................edu Year Initiated: 1999 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09................. 3 letters of recommendation..... $6896 includes salary and partial health/tuition benefits.............. Housing & Community Development.. FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards Teaching Assistantships: Research Assistantships: ¼ time....................... MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ...............................................) Not Required Resume............5 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses . TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-2012 for Masters program . Director Graduate Student Services (612) 624-3800 hhhadmit@umn...... Residents Total Students *Do not double count Hispanics........ ¼ time......edu Carissa Schively Slotterback......... $7..........133 per semester Application Fee ............edu www............48 Exams or Written Requirements: .......... 25............... April 1..............edu University Admission Policy: MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution No minimum: 3.........5-19........................53 Masters Specializations Land Use & Urban Design................5-26..............................

edu/landscape_architecture/fac/fac/pitt/intro.TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2008-2009 US Citizens/Perm.ce. China (1997). Georgetown University (1968). Urbana-Champaign (1977). Political Economy. Lindsey Professor.hhh.umn. BS..D. Time Geography. (1992) The Johns Hopkins University. MA.edu/people/egoetz/index. Tsinghua University.D. (612) 625-6354 levin031@umn.hhh. Specializations: Environmental Planning.edu AICP (612) 625-4856 assaad@umn. University of California.hhh. MS (2005) and Ph.D. Neighborhood Design and Public Health.html Ragui A. Land Use/Growth Management. BS and MS.16th Edition . University of Maryland (1991).umn. University of Massachusetts. www. Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management. Built Environment and Physical Activity. University of Arizona (1986). Pitt John M.umn. Michigan State University. Ph. MCP (2002) and Ph..edu/people/amarkusen/index. Assaad Professor.umn. Natural Resource Planning. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.hhh. Cornell University (1991). www. Specializations: Immigrant and Refugee Policy. International Development & Planning.D. www. Travel Behavior Analysis and Demand Modeling.D. residents Hispanics of any race White African-American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other Non-US Citizens/Non Perm. Impact Assessment. Landscape/Site Design. Specializations: Planning Practice. Planning Theory. BSFS. Housing & Neighborhood Planning. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Markusen Professor Emerita.html (612) 625-8092 markusen@umn.edu/people/yfan/index. Specializations: Economic Development Planning.edu Yingling Fan Assistant Professor. (1987).umn. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2007). Specializations: Land Use/Growth Management.edu Edward G. Davis. Stanford University (1981). Georgia Institute of Technology (1989). BA. University of California.. Demography. Arts and Culture Planning. Bryson Professor. University of Illinois. Regional Planning.umn. BS. www. (2006) University of California.edu/people/glindsey/ (612) 625-3375 linds301@umn. Specializations: Transportation Planning and Policy. MS. Ph.edu/people/faculty/levinson *Do not double count Hispanics.cala.html (612) 625-5671 Cao@umn. www.edu/people/rassaad/index.html (612) 625-7370 pittx001@umn. (1987). Southeast University.edu/people/jcao/index. Northwestern University. Riverside (1979). www. Berkeley (1998). Economic Development Planning.D.hhh.html Professor. www.edu David Levinson Associate Professor. http://www. Northwestern University. BA.edu/people/rallen/index. MA (1972) and Ph. Environmental Psychology. Cornell University (1969). Transportation Planning. Residents Total Students Male 2 50 1 0 1 0 3 5 62 Female 1 36 4 1 4 0 0 2 48 Total 3 86 5 1 5 Xinyu Cao Assistant Professor.umn.hhh.umn. Ph. www.html (612) 624-8737 egoetz@umn.edu David G.D. Specializations:Environmental Planning and Management. Urban Health. Urban Planning in Diverse Communities. BUP. MLA. Public Management/Strategic Planning.edu (612) 625-5888 bryso001@umn. The College of William and Mary (1997).edu (612) 625-5670 allen650@umn. MA (1972).edu Page 220 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .edu/people/jmbryson/index. Goetz 0 3 7 110 Professor. BA.edu Ann R. Syracuse University. Specializations: Community Development.umn. Transportation Planning and Policy. MA (1989) and Ph.html (612) 626-2930 yingling@umn. Northeastern Illinois University (1987). (2007).D. Specializations: Community Development. Land Use Planning. Social Networks. (1974).html Greg H.. MA (1983) and Ph. BE (1998) and ME (2001).D.edu PLANNING FACULTY Ryan P. Allen Assistant Professor.hhh. Ph. MS (1974) and Ph.hhh.D. http://www.umn. BA.

Ph.D. Land Use. MS (2002) and Ph.D. Specializations: Energy and Environmental Impacts of Transportation. University of Michigan. Clemson University (1997).umn. Consumption Taxation. Planning Theory.edu Judith A. Metropolitan Governance.D.D. http://ssw. Sustainable Development. Bolan FAICP Professor Emeritus. Tax Reform. Orfield. State and Local Government. www. MSW (1962) and Ph.umn. J. University of California. Specializations: Citizen Participation/Community Organization. MA (1971 & 1973) and Ph. BS.irpumn. BA. (2005).geog. Jr.html (612) 625-0128 bolan001@umn.umn. Specializations: Environmental Planning..Carissa Schively Slotterback AICP Assistant Professor.D. Specializations: Analysis of Federal and State Taxation of Businesses.edu/people/faculty/marshall/index. Martin Professor. Ph.umn. http://www. Princeton University (1996).edu/people/dbolan/index.edu Laura Kalambokidis Associate Professor. Associate Professor. University of Minnesota (1983).apec. Florida State University (2004). Specializations: Environmental Planning.edu/Laura_Kalambokidis. Specializations: Civil Rights.edu/people/cschively/index.D.edu Julian D. (1976). Planning & Public Processes. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1956).D. Stanford University (1978-79). Winona State University (1995).hhh.edu/Faculty_Profiles/Hollister_C_David. (1992).umn. Local Fiscal Impact Models.che. BA.edu/Faculty/Martin. University of Chicago Law School (1987).edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Richard S. Ph. Berkeley. Marshall Assistant Professor. University of Minnesota.16th Edition | Page 221 .html (612) 624-3695 dhollist@umn. Environmental Justice. Land Use Planning. New York University (1974). MCRP. Social Policy/Human Services. PodtDoctoral Fellow..edu David Hollister Professor. Yale University (1954). MCP.edu Myron W. Metropolitan/Regional Planning.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .umn.hhh.html (612) 625-1995 kalam002@umn. http://www.D. Urban Growth Theory. www.ce. candidate. BSE. www. Questions of Regional Governance. Princeton University (1983-84). University of Michigan. (1966).org (612) 625-7976 orfield@umn. www. State and Local Finance.html (612) 626-3193 schiv005@umn. Specializations: Landscape & Cultural Concerns. Legislative Process. Urban & Cultural Geography. BA.html (612) 625-2397 julian@umn..html (612) 626-1626 jmartin@umn. MA (1988) and Ph. University of Minnesota (1985).

..Arch University of Virginia.......... (1980) Kansas State.. GIS.......... BA......edu Sungyop Kim Assistant Professor..........Arch Kansas State University Specialization: Architecture...... Architecture...... 2008 In-State Tuition and Fees .........Arch............... Harvard..... Historic Preservation............. FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Not available AIA Adjunct........ Transportation Planning UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: No Requirements Minimum GPA: 2......... March 1................................................... Specializations: Urban Redevelopment..... 124 Thesis or Final Product . April 1............edu/aupd Joy Swallow............ BA Sungkyunkwan (1994)....... Specializations: Historic Preservation......95 per credit hour Application Fee ........umkc......... MIT (1996)..................Arch University of California at Berkeley. MCRP..... AICP Undergraduate Specializations Urban Design........... MURP University of Hawaii (2000) ......Arch.. B................................. Not required Adjunct......... AIA FAIA Adjunct......... Washington University....... Architecture.... Planning History............. B.. Historic Preservation..Arch University of Kansas Specialization: New Urbanism Visiting Professor......16th Edition ... PhD.. Specializations: Transportation.........edu BA ACSP Member: FULL PLANNING FACULTY Michael Frisch AICP Associate Professor......... M... Specializations: Urban Design. Environmental Planning. Building Technology..........................edu PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES...... 24 Hours of Restricted Elective ..... Specializations: Environmental Planning. $310. MAP..........25 per credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees....................edu 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 07/09 08/09 UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BA in Urban Planning and Design Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Stella Szymanski (816) 235-1725 aupd@umkc.. University of Hawaii (1996).. $679...... Planning Theory.... 43 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ...... University of New Orleans (2004)............ Specializations: Planning Law.................... PhD.. BA......... ... St Louis MO...5 / ACT 21 Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: 21/ACT (Department) John Eck RA Adjunct....... Specialization: Urban Design Page 222 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ...... MBA University of Missouri – Kansas City.. JD........ Urban Design.. Earlham College (1983)......... Kansas City... Land Use......... BArch University of Kansas......edu Accepted 34 30 Enrolled 43 56 Jacob Wagner Assistant Professor... 27 Hours of Studio Courses ....edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Sylvia Rose Augustus Adjunct... Specializations: Community Development..... Land Use and Zoning........................Arch Washington University........................ Specialization: Historic Preservation Planning Year Initiated: 2002-03 Degrees Granted through May 2009 . (816) 235-6898 kims@umkc.Arch. (816) 235-6053 wagnerjaco@umkc.UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURIKANSAS CITY Urban Planning and Design Katz Hall 5100 Rockhill Road Kansas City................... B.... Urban Design... 9 Hours of Unrestricted Elective .... M............................... Economic Development............. Architectural Rendering Brian Hendrickson Adjunct......... MCP.... University of Oregon (1998).. 2008 Financial Aid Deadline 2009-10 .. M......... PhD.... Rutgers (2002)........... Missouri 64110 Phone (816) 235-1725 Fax (816) 235-5226 http://cas... BS. MA Cornell University........ (1986) and Teaching Certificate.............. Community Development...................... B... B... Historic Preservation......... University of Missouri........ Department Chair aupd@umkc........32 Chris Brewster Adjunct.........Arch The University of Kansas. University of Pennsylvania. (816) 235-2998 swallowj@umkc. University of Oregon (1994).. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2009-10 ................... University of Washington (2004)... Specialization: New Urbanism Vincent Gauthier Kevin Klinkenberg Ted Seligson Richard Wetzel AICP UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........................ University of Delaware............... MA.$35 Joy Swallow AIA Annual Student Enrollment Applied Undergraduate 34 32 Associate Professor and Chair.................. Community Planning... University of Tennessee............. (816) 235-6369 frischm@umkc........ 21 Hours of General Education...... B....

... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline .....edu MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........................... Director (402) 472-9230 kwilson4@unl........................................................................................... Wilson......3 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............8 Masters Specializations Community and Regional Planning MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3.....$45 *9-12 credit hours=Full Time Eligibility Criteria: TOTAL MASTER STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens/Perm.................16th Edition | Page 223 .................................................................. Residents Total Students Year Initiated: 1974 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10................UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN Community and Regional Planning Program 302 Architecture Hall Lincoln..0 Minimum GRE: Not required Minimum TOEFL Paper 550...........................75/credit hour per semester Application Fee ...........................................00/credit hour per semester *Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.............................. Occasional funded projects in the program include research assistantships with stipend and tuition waiver benefits....................................6 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .......unl........ N/A Early application recommended *In-State Tuition and Fees ....................... Computer 213 Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Not Required *Do not double count Hispanics.............. 18-24 Thesis or Professional Project ..... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below................. Comprehensive written exam ............................ $247...........................24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ............................ Several College of Architecture and University scholarships and fellowships are available on a competitive basis... Nebraska 68588-0105 Phone (402) 472-9280 Fax (402) 472-3806 E-mail: crpinfo2@unl.......................... Residents Male 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 Female 0 11 0 0 1 0 0 0 12 Total 0 28 0 0 1 0 0 0 29 Annual Student Enrollment 2008 2009 2010 Applied 16 20 25 Accepted 14 13 21 Enrolled 14 12 15 Hispanics of any race White African-American MASTERS DEGREE Master of Community and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Kim L.....edu Professor Kim L...............................48 Exams or Written Requirements: ... FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: Up to six internship positions annually with local agencies include stipends and tuition waiver benefits..... Rolling admissions Financial Aid Deadline ............................................. Program Director Phone (402) 472-9230 E-mail: kwilson4@unl......................... $665..................................... is one of three possible completion tracks...... Merit and Need PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES............................ Wilson...376 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 .........edu Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other Non-US Citizens/Non Perm..edu http://planning..

BArch (1968). International Development and Planning. MA in Urban and Regional Planning (1979) and MA in Economics (1980). BS in Business Administration (1982) and JD (1986). (402) 477-6900 thuston@clinewilliams. Specializations: Environmental Planning and Policy. LOCATION OF CRP PROGRAM OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Thomas Huston Lecturer. Urban Policy.16th Edition . China. Urban Spatial Structure. University of Southern California. Huazhong Agricultural University. Yonsei University. Land Use Planning. (402) 472-9281 ztang2@unl. Specializations: Planning Law. International Planning. (402) 472-9279 ynam2@unl. Land Use Planning. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University of Nebraska at Omaha. GIS Analysis.com INTERIOR OF ARCHITECTURE HALL Page 224 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . University of Nebraska–Lincoln.edu Zhenghong Tang Assistant Professor. Iowa State University.PLANNING FACULTY Rodrigo Cantarero Associate Professor. PhD in Urban and Regional Science (2007). FYI Joint Masters Degrees: o MCRP/Master of Architecture (MCRP/MArch) o MCRP/Juris Doctor (MCRP/JD) o MCRP/Master of Science in Civil Engineering (Transportation specialization) (MCRP/MSCE) (402) 472-9278 rcantarero1@unl.edu Gordon Scholz AICP Professor. BS in Land Management (1997). MS in Soil Science (2000). Historic Preservation Planning. Specializations: Urban and Community Planning and Design. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems. MUP and MArch (1971). PhD in Planning (1988). Hunan Normal University. Urban and Regional Development Policy. BS in Sociology (1989) and MPA (1992). MBA (1975). Quantitative Methods. (402) 472-9284 gscholz1@unl.edu ARCHITECTURE HALL. University of Pennsylvania. Computer Applications in Planning. Seoul. China. Specializations: Economic Development Plannng.edu Yunwoo Nam Assistant Professor. Texas A & M University. Urban Modeling. University of Nebraska–Lincoln. BS in Urban Planning (1975). Quantitative Methods. MCRP (1999) and PhD in City and Regional Planning (2004).

..87 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ............ South Africa............. $50. English-speaking Canada....517.... TUITION AND FEES MCRP Application Postmark Deadline for 2011-2012 . Tuition for 10 credit hours........... Program Director (505) 277-3922 tcordova@unm..............unm............ Spring 2010 ........................ $45........ NM Graduate Scholars Awards available to continuing and new students (number varies)........... Fall 2009 – 90............... Ph... Complete a Committee ..... March 1..edu/~crp/ Teresa L... or 79-80 on the internet-based test........................................ Applicants who have received a bachelor's or graduate degree from an accredited institution in the United States................. Fall 2010 ............................... 10 Total # of Students Enrolled: Spring 2009 – 60............ or CAE scores. the United Kingdom....edu Liz Siletti (505) 277-5050 esiletti@unm. Australia..... 8 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..Architecture & Planning......................... 50 Exams or Written Requirements .......00 per semester Out-of-State & Int’l...............0 GRE: Not required TOEFL/IELTS/CPE/CAE: The minimum acceptable score for IELTS is 7... January 30.............. Reviewed Thesis or Professional Project Number Applied Number Accepted Number Enrolled MASTERS DEGREE Master in Community & Regional Planning Degree Program (MCRP Program) Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Program Assistant: Phone: Email: Teresa L.......................... 2011 In-State Graduate Tuition for 10 credit hours....00 per credit hour for Graduate Students in the School of ..................... NE............. Fall 2010 . GPA in last two years of undergraduate study: 3..00 per semester Application Fee . Planning Certificate in Town Design Certificate in Historic Preservation and Regionalism MCRP Specializations: Dual Degree Programs: Other Degrees: Certificate Programs: PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES......................edu PAB MA/MS PAB ACSP Member: FULL Community Development Natural Resource and Environmental Planning Physical Planning and Design MA in Latin American Studies/MCRP Master of PublicAdministration/MCRP Master of Water Resources/MCRP Graduate Minor in Community & Reg........... 18 Hours of Emphasis Work ................00 GPSA fee per semester MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution Min...........D................. Director Email: crp@unm........ Córdova............ Merit Eligibility Criteria: Year initiated: 1979 PAB Accredited since 1986 Degrees Granted through 2009 254 Degrees Granted in 2009 ..................... MSC04 2530 1 University of New Mexico Albuquerque...............................................16th Edition | Page 225 ....................edu FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: 6 new Project Assistantships annually. 213 on the computerized test........ 2011 Financial Aid Deadline for 2011-2012 ..UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO Community and Regional Planning Program School of Architecture & Planning 2401 Central Ave.... or New Zealand are exempt from submitting IELTS....... CPE.. $2.. Master in Community & Regional Planning Degree Program (MCRP Program) Annual New Student Enrollment Fall 2009 59 41 28 Fall 2010 53 40 24 MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core/Studio Work ....... and for the TOEFL is 550 on the paper test. TOEFL............... $25.00 Additional Fees ....... Planning Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Planning & Design Undergraduate Minor in Community & Reg.......... For the CPE or CAE the minimum score is a C.......... 24 Hours of Exit Course Work .................. Grad........................... Córdova..........................003. $8.......... NM 87131 Phone (505) 277-5050 Fax (505) 277-0076 http://www..... which garner in-state tuition for the year................

. Specializations: Physical Planning and Urban Design Charlie Deans Instructor.A. Ph.. B.A. Indigenous Planning.D. (505) 277-3922 tcordova@unm. Urban Design (505) 277-6460 jrich@unm. University of Hawaii. Water Resources.D.D. New York University.P.D.P..edu Christopher Blewett Instructor.R. Ph.. Political Economy of Urban Development.D. Specializations: Natural Resource Planning and Watershed Management (505) 277-6455 fleming@unm..C.edu James R.D. Global/Local Dynamics Steve Borbas Adjunct Associate Professor..D.. Isaac Associate Professor and Regents Lecturer..Arch/AS and MCP.R. (505) 277-5939 cisaac@unm.. Ph. Ph. University of Pennsylvania William J. Cornell University. Córdova Associate Professor. University of California (Berkeley). Ph.D.. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Specializations: Community Development. Ph.. Richardson Professor. B. Local Governance. Gender and Development Sharon Hausam Instructor.edu Male 10 12 0 3 2 0 6 0 33 Female 10 22 1 12 1 0 7 1 54 Total 20 34 1 15 3 0 13 1 87 Moises Gonzales Research Assistant Professor. Tribal Economic Development.TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010/ US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics Caucasian African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Perm. Planning Theory. University of Hawaii. Specializations: Community Development. M.D. Latin American Planning. J. Specializations: Negotiation and Public Dispute Resolution. Price Adjunct Professor.edu Page 226 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Ph. Rivera Professor. University of New Mexico Claudia B.. Imeokparia Assistant Professor. Brandeis University. Residents Total José A. University of California (Los Angeles) ADJUNCT FACULTY Porus Olpadwala Adjunct Professor. Paul E.C.. M. M.D.R.. M.edu Anita Miller Instructor. Ph.edu PART-TIME FACULTY Adelamar Alcantara Instructor. University of British Columbia. Pratt Institute. Specializations: Community Development. University of Arizona (505) 277-1666 timeokpa@unm. Indigenous Human Rights. M.A.. Cornell University.edu Enrico Gradi Instructor. V. M. Ph.D..C. University of California (Los Angeles). Community Development. and Policy Analysis (505) 277-0599 jrivera@unm.. University of New Mexico (505) 277-6428 tjojola@unm. University of Wisconsin (Madison). M.D. Ph. William Fleming Associate Professor.Arch. Siembieda Professor Emeritus. M.. Ph. University of New Mexico David S. Specializations: Community Development. Timothy O.Arch. University of New Mexico. Microcomputer Applications in Education and Planning Dory Wegrzyn Instructor.P.L. Theodore Jojola Professor and Regents Professor.16th Edition .. The University of New Mexico PLANNING FACULTY Teresa L. Ohio State University. Henkel Professor Emeritus. Land Use Planning. Lusk Professor Emeritus.

.... Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White Male 2 19 0 0 0 0 8 0 29 Female 0 30 6 0 0 0 6 1 43 Total 2 49 6 0 0 0 14 1 72 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Marla Nelson....................................... PhD................................ three (3) letters of recommendation.................. Housing and Community Economic Development....................... Louisiana 70148 Phone (504) 280-6277 Fax (504) 280-6468 E-mail: gradmurp@uno...................................... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .....edu (Doctoral) http://planning... February 15...................761 per semester Application Fee ......edu (Masters) gradurbs@uno.....18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........13 Masters Specializations Environmental & Hazard Mitigation Planning. statement of purpose...........................................3 (not included in the core) Hours of Restricted Electives ............75 (Department) 1000 (Department) 80 IBT (University) Not Required Department of Planning and Urban Studies application.. Historic Preservation........................................................ 2011 In-State Tuition and Fees Fall 2010: ....$40 Additional Fees....... Annual Student Enrollment Applied 08/09 09/10 98 107 17 27 Accepted 08/09 09/10 45 59 10 15 Enrolled 08/09 09/10 35 37 8 12 Masters Doctoral TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 U............................................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ... July 1........edu BA/BS PAB MA/MS PAB Ph.............................edu Jane S................edu African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Year Initiated: 1974 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 12/31/09....... $6...... Brooks.......................... $2...........UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS Department of Planning and Urban Studies 2000 Lakeshore Drive New Orleans... research assistantships.................370 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 ...................................................................................................................uno.... Thesis (optional) FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Graduate scholarships......S............................... Check with university MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ............ and paid internships available on a competitive basis (check with program administrators)............................16th Edition | Page 227 ................. Department Chair Phone (504) 280-6514 E-mail: jsbrooks@uno. Land Use and Urban Design...D................... 2011 PhD Admission Deadline 2011-12 ......479 per semester Out-of-State Tuition and Fees Fall 2010: ..................... February 15......... AICP Associate Professor/ MURP Coordinator (504) 280-3110 mnelson@uno...................... ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution 2.... satisfactory academic standing at the last school attended PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES............. 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-12 ... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-12 ............. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below............ up to 15 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ......... Transportation Planning *Do not double count Hispanics..Thesis or Final Product .........45 Exam.....

DOCTORAL DEGREE
Ph.D. in Urban Studies
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Michelle M. Thompson, Ph.D. Director (504) 280-6593 mmthomp1@uno.edu

TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010
U.S. Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 1 8 3 0 0 0 0 2 14 Female 1 12 5 0 0 0 0 2 20 Total 2 20 8 0 0 0 0 4 34

Year initiated 1990 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2010.........................................................54 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2009 to 8/31/2010............................................1 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2009 to 8/31/2010 1. Identification and Explanation of Regional Development Poles in Haiti

Doctoral Specializations
Urban Studies, Urban Anthropology, Urban History, Urban Planning
DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Masters degree from an accredited institution Minimum GRE: 1100 Minimum TOEFL: 80 IBT (University) Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 2.5 (University)/3.0 (Department) Departmental Requirement: PhD Program in Urban Studies application; statement of purpose; writing sample; three (3) letters of recommendation; satisfactory academic standing at the last school attended; a masters degree in urban planning or related discipline.

PLANNING FACULTY
Jane S. Brooks
FAICP
Professor and Boebel Chair in Historic Preservation. BLA, Louisiana State University (1974); MLA, Harvard (1976). Specializations: Historic Preservation, Urban Design, Metropolitan/Regional Planning, Planning History and Planning Practice. http://planning.uno.edu/faculty_bios/JaneBrooks.cfm

DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core/Required courses...............................................................18 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........................................N/A Hours of Restricted Electives ............................................................... 9-12 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .......................................................... 42-45 Other ......................................................................6 (dissertation research) Total ..........................................................................................................72 Exams or Written Requirements: ............... General examination; final oral .............................................................................. examination; dissertation

(504) 280-6514

jsbrooks@uno.edu

Renia Ehrenfeucht
M.S. in Urban Studies Coordinator/Assistant Professor. B.A., University of California, Santa Barbara; M.U.P., University of Washington; Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Politics of Public Space Use, Social Production of the Built Environment, Public Participation, Politics of Urban Design, Public Space History. http://planning.uno.edu/faculty_bios/ReniaEhrenfeucht.cfm

(504) 280-6517

renia.ehrenfeucht@uno.edu

David Gladstone
Associate Professor and Louisiana Manufactured Housing Association Professor. BA (1990), MCRP (1994), and Ph.D. (2001), Rutgers University. Specializations: Urban and Regional Development, Social Policy, Tourism Planning, Real Estate Development, International Development. http://planning.uno.edu/faculty_bios/DavidGladstone.cfm

(504) 280-3206

david.gladstone@uno.edu

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Patrick Haughey

AICP

BSUSP Coordinator/Assistant Professor. B.Ed, McGill University (1993); MURP, University of New Orleans (1995); Ph.D. (2004) Trinity College Dublin. Specializations: Neighborhood Planning, Community Development and Public Participation, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) http://planning.uno.edu/faculty_bios/PatrickHaughey.cfm

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY
Robert Becker
FAICP
Senior Research Associate. BA, SUNY Buffalo; MA, University of Iowa, Ph.D., University of New Orleans. Specializations: Land Use Planning, Recreation Planning, New Community Development.

(504) 280-1231

pmhaughe@uno.edu

(504) 280-6277

bbecker@uno.edu

Hiroyuki Iseki
Assistant Professor. B. Eng. (1991) Kyoto University; M. Eng. (1994) University of Tokyo; MA (1998) and Ph.D. (2004) University of California, Los Angeles. Specializations: Transportation Policy, Transportation and Land Use Planning, Transportation Economics, Travel Behavior, Urban Public Finance, Applications of GIS to planning and policy analysis. http://planning.uno.edu/faculty_bios/HiroyukiIseki.cfm

Wendel Dufour
Director, Div. of Planning. BGS and MURP, University of New Orleans. Specializations: Neighborhood Planning, Land Use Planning, Housing Database Development, GIS. http://planning.uno.edu/faculty_bios/wendelldufour.cfm

(504) 280-5474

wdufour@uno.edu

(504) 280-6029

hiseki@uno.edu

Robert Rivers
Adjunct Professor. A.B.Architecture (1986) Princeton; MURP (1992), The George Washington University; JD (2003) Tulane. Specializations: Historic Preservation, Historic Preservation Law, Environmental Law, Architectural History.

Earthea Nance
Assistant Professor. BS (1985) and MS (1991) University of California, Davis; Ph.D. (2004) Stanford University.Specializations: Infrastructure, Environment, and Development in Post-Disaster Areas; Developing Countries; and Communities of Color and Poverty. http://planning.uno.edu/faculty_bios/EartheaNance.cfm

(504) 280-6277

(504) 280-4017

eanance@uno.edu AICP

Steve Villavaso

FAICP

Marla Nelson

MURP Coordinator/Associate Professor. BA, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (1992); MCRP (1997) and Ph.D. (2003), Rutgers University. Specializations: Local and Regional Development, Economic Development Planning, Community Development. http://planning.uno.edu/faculty_bios/marlanelson.cfm

Adjunct Professor. BS and MURP, University of New Orleans; JD, Loyola University School of Law. Specializations: Zoning Law, Development/Environmental Management, Brownfields Policy.

(504) 280-6029

svillavaso1@cox.net

(504) 280-3110

mnelson@uno.edu AICP

FYI
Joint Degree Programs:
Joint MURP-JD Program with Loyola University of New Orleans Law School.
UNO-led planning team wins 2009 national JP Morgan Chase Community Development Competition

John L. Renne

Assistant Professor. BA (1999) University of Colorado at Boulder; MURP (2000) University of Colorado at Denver; Ph.D. (2005), Rutgers University. Specializations: Land Use and Transportation Planning, Real Estate Development and Finance, Evacuation Planning, Smart Growth and Sustainable Development. http://planning.uno.edu/faculty_bios/JohnRenne.cfm

(504) 280-6592

jrenne@uno.edu

Michelle M. Thompson
Director, Ph.D. in Urban Studies Program/Assistant Professor. BA, Syracuse University (1982); MRP (1984) and Ph.D. (2001) Cornell University. Specializations: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and GeoSpatial Analysis, Community and Economic Development using Public Participation GIS, Real Estate and Market Valuation, Housing, Land Use Planning. http://planning.uno.edu/faculty_bios/MichelleThompson.cfm

(504) 280-6593

mmthomp1@uno.edu UNO - PLUS 2010 Capstone Studio on Main Street Redevelopment of New Orleans Broad Street

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UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA
Regional and City Planning
830 Van Vleet Oval, Gould Hall, Room 162 Norman, Oklahoma 73019-6141 Phone (405) 325-2444 Fax (405) 325-7558 E-mail: rcpl@ou.edu http://rcpl.ou.edu Charles Warnken, Interim Division Director Phone (405) 325-3871 E-mail: cwarnken@ou.edu
University Admission Policy:

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Undergraduate degree from an accredited institution B (3.0) or better Not Required 550 Not Required Three Letters of Recommendations Statement of Intent

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core .........................................................................................29* Hours of Studio or Practice Related Course...............................................5 Hours of Restricted Elective .......................................................................9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ......................................................... 10-12 Thesis ..........................................................................................................4 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..... 48(thesis)- 50 (non-thesis) Exams or Written Requirements ........ Thesis or final comprehensive exam *29 core credit hours include a five credit studio

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline 20010-11 for Masters program .................................... Rolling Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program ........................ March 1, 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees .............................................................................. $9,200* Out-of-State Tuition and Fees...................................................................... $19,200* Application Fee ................................................................................................ $20-90

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
Tuition Awards: Eligibility Criteria: 2-5 Graduate Research Assistantships; 3-4 Scholarships Academic interests, academic merit, financial need.

NOTE:
*Tuition and Fee estimate based on 24 semester hours per academic year. The University of Oklahoma’s Master of Regional and City Planning degree is part of the Academic Common Market. Students from the States of Arkansas and Delaware are eligible for in-state tuition if they enroll in the Regional and City Planning program at the University of Oklahoma.

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010
US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* of any Race White African American Male 0 12 1 0 0 0 0 2 15 Female 0 9 1 2 0 0 0 8 20 Total 0 21 2 2 0 0 0 10 35

Annual Student Enrollment
Applied 2009 2010 35 27 Accepted 2009 2010 28 21 Enrolled 2009 2010 18 12

Masters

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Regional and City Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Charles Warnken, Interim Director (405) 325-3871 cwarnken@ou.edu

Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-permanent Residents Total Students

Year Initiated: 1947 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10...........................................................678 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ..................................................18

Masters Specializations
Transportation Planning, Economic and Community Development, Urban Design, Environmental Planning
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*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

PLANNING FACULTY
Fernando Costa
AICP
Professor of the Practice. BS, Georgia Institute of Technology (1974); MS, Civil Engineering and Masters of City Planning, Georgia Institute of Technology (1976). Specializations: Planning Management and Practice.

John Sharp

AICP

Adjunct Professor. BA Geography (1983) and MRCP (1987) University of Oklahoma. Specialization: Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Michael Southard

AICP

Richard Marshment

AICP

Adjunct Professor. BA Public Administration (1991) and MRCP (1993) University of Oklahoma. Specialization: Economic Development, Planning Management and Practice

Professor Emeritus. BS, Bowling Green State University (1968); MArch., University of New Mexico (1975); PhD, University of Washington (1981). Specializations: Transportation Planning, Economic Development, Public Finance.

James Clare Woodside
Adjunct Professor. B.Arch (1973), MRCP (1977) University of Oklahoma. Specialization: Regional Planning, Urban Design

AICP

(405) 325-2399

rmarshment@ou.edu

Guoqiang Shen
Associate Professor. B.Arch., Tsinghua University (1985); MS, Beijing University (1988); MCRP, Ohio State University (1994); PhD, Ohio State University (1998). Specializations: Urban Design, Transportation, Real Estate Development, GIS, Research Methods.

FYI
RCPL MISSION STATEMENT
RCPL's mission is to advance the art and practice of planning through educating students for lifelong professional practice and through expanding the knowledge on which practice is based. Distinguished features include the program's: * * * * * * * Singular focus on the professional masters degree, Well-established reputation, dating to its founding in 1948, Alumni, many of whom have achieved national prominence, Small size, which allows close student-faculty relationships, Curricular flexibility, which accommodates students' interests, Multi-disciplinary perspective, Commitment to improving professional planning practice that addresses urban and regional issues in Oklahoma and environs.

(405) 325-1698

guoqiangs@ou.edu AICP

Charles Warnken

Associate Professor. BS, University of Wyoming (1992); MPA, University of Louisville (1996); PhD, Florida State University (2003). Specializations: Economic Development, Land Use Planning.

(405) 325-3871

cwarnken@ou.edu AICP

Meghan Wieters

Assistant Professor. BA, Trinity University (1993), MSCRP, UT-Austin (1995), Ph.D. Texas A&M (2009). Specializations: Environmental Planning, History and theory, Planning Practice.

(405) 325-3851

kmeghanwieters@ou.edu

2005-2008 RESEARCH PROJECTS INVOLVING RCPL FACULTY AND STUDENTS
* * * * * * * * * * * * * High speed passenger rail transportation systems. Mobility benefits of urban rail transit projects. Data mining the National Transit Database. Economic effects of highway bypasses on rural communities. Comprehensive Plans for the cities of Mustang, Tuttle, Geary, Noble, Perkins and Newcastle OK. Reuse Strategies for Superfund Sites in Oklahoma City, OK. Homeless Service Provision in Oklahoma. Northeast 23rd St. Streetscape Assessment in Oklahoma City, OK. Freight Movement for Tulsa's Transportation Plan 2030. Freight Movement Modeling for State of Oklahoma. Inter-Modal Containerized Freight Flow & Port Security. Operating and Maintenance Cost Models for Light Rail Transit. Oklahoma Institute for Quality Communities founded in July 2008.

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY
Khosrow Bozorgi
Associate Professor. B.Arch. (1974) and M.Arch (1977), National University of Iran; MSArch.(1988) and PhD(1989), University of Pennsylvania. Specialization: Urban Design.

AIA

(405) 325-3348 kbozorgi@ou.edu

Charles Robert Goins
Professor Emeritus. B.Arch (1956), MRCP (1960) University of Oklahoma. Specialization: Planning History, Housing

William Harless

AICP

Adjunct Professor. BED (1980), MLA (1984), MRCP (1985) University of Oklahoma. Specialization: Subdivision Planning

Kent Schell
Adjunct Professor. BS (1970) Business Administration and MRCP (1973), Kansas State University; JD (1978) University of Tulsa. Specialization: Historic Preservation

Tom Schurch

AICP

Associate Professor. BA, United States International University (1971); MLA, California Polytechnic University (1978); PhD, University of Washington (1989) Specialization: Urban Design.

(405) 325-0358

schurch@ou.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 16th Edition | Page 231

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Community and Regional Planning
Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management 1209 University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon 97403-1209 Phone (541) 346-3635 Fax (541) 346-2040 E-mail: pppm@uoregon.edu http://pppm.uoregon.edu Richard D. Margerum, Program Director
University Admission Policy:

MA/MS PAB

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3.0 NA 575/88 University; 575/91 Department Not Required No Requirements

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core ...........................................................................................37 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ...........................................10 Hours of Restricted Electives ............................................................. 13-18 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................................0 Other ..................................................................................................... 7-12 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................72 Exams or Written Requirements ........................Thesis or Terminal Project

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admission Deadline for masters program, Fall..........................................February 1 Financial Aid Deadline for masters program..............................................February 1 In-State Tuition and Fees 2010-11..................................................$4,704 per quarter Out-of-State Tuition and Fees 2010-11 ..........................................$6,697 per quarter Application Fee ..........................................................................................$50 majors Additional Fees: ................................................................ $250 Student activities fee .......................................... Optional extended health insurance for graduate students

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
Tuition Awards: Approximately 20 Graduate Teaching Fellowships; University Financial Aid Package Merit and Need

Eligibility Criteria:

Annual Student Enrollment Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 97 104 52 57 23 21

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010
White Other/Don’t Know Total Students Male 14 8 22 Female 15 2 17 Total 29 10 39

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of Community and Regional Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Richard D. Margerum, Program Director (541) 346-3635 pppm@uoregon.edu

PLANNING FACULTY
Richard Margerum
Associate Professor. BA, Wittenberg (1987); MCP, Cincinnati (1989); Ph.D., Wisconsin (1995). Specializations: Environmental Planning and Management, Planning Processes, Collaborative Planning.

Year Initiated: 1968 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 6/30/10...........................................................774 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 6/30/10 ..................................................13

(541) 346-2526

rdm@uoregon.edu

Gerardo Sandoval
Assistant Professor: BS, California, Davis (2000), MCP (2002) and Ph.D. (2007), California, Berkeley. Specializations: Economic and Community Development, Urban Revitalization, Immigrant Neighborhoods.

Masters Specializations
Environmental Planning Land Use and Built Environment Community Development Governance and Civic Engagement Sustainable Cities Nonprofit/Philanthropy Marc Schlossberg

gsando@uoregon.edu

Associate Professor. BBA, Texas (1987); MUP, San Jose State (1994); Ph.D., Michigan (2001). Specializations: Geographic Information Systems, Social Planning, Transportation Planning.

(541) 346-2046

schlossb@uoregon.edu

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Yizhao Yang
Assistant Professor, B.Arch., Tianjin (1995); MS, Tsinghua (1998); MRP, (2001) and Ph.D., Cornell (2007). Specializations: Environmental Planning, Sustainable Living Design and Analysis, Geographic Information Systems.

Laura Leete
Assistant Professor. BA, California, Berkeley, (1982); MA (1988) and Ph.D. (1992), Harvard. Specializations: Poverty and Social Policy, Workforce Policy, Nonprofit Economics.

(541) 346-0834

leete@uoregon.edu

(541) 346-0833

yizhao@uoregon.edu

Robert F. Young
Assistant Professor, B.A. (1982), M.C.R.P (1987), Ph.D. (2007) Cornell. Specializations: Environmental and Economic Policy and Planning, Environmental Policy and Planning History.

Robert Parker
Instructor. BS, Colorado State (1986); MUP, Oregon (1989). Specializations: Community Planning Workshop, Microcomputers in Planning and Policy Analysis.

(541) 346-1950

ryoung@uoregon.edu

(541) 346-3801

rgp@uoregon.edu

Megan E. Smith

OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY
Neil Bania
Associate Professor. BA (1980), MA (1983) and Ph.D. (1985), Oregon. Specializations: Public Policy Analysis, Economics.

Instructor. BA, Southern Oregon State (1990); MCRP, University of Oregon (1996). Specializations: Community Outreach, Watershed Planning, Rural Planning.

(541) 346-3881

smith@uoregon.edu

Bethany Steiner
Adjunct Instructor. BA, Middlebury College (1996); MS,Environmental Psychology, Cornell (2001). Specializations: Community Outreach, Youth and Planning.

(541) 346-3704

bania@uoregon.edu

Robert Choquette
Adjunct Instructor. BS (1982) and MUP (1991), Oregon. Specializations: Strategic Planning, Project Management.

(541) 346-3615

bethanyj@uoregon.edu

(541) 346-3635

choquette@uoregon.edu

Colleen Chrisinger
Assistant Professor: BS, Willamette (2001); MSc, London School of Economics and Political Science (2003); MS, Wisconsin-Madison (2006). Specializations: Labor and Social Policy, Poverty, Economic Development Policy.

FYI
• Oregon is renowned for the Oregon Land Use system, which is considered one of the model state planning programs in the U.S. • Eugene is located within 90 minutes of both the Oregon coast and Cascade Mountains, offering year round hiking, fishing, kayaking, as well as winter skiing. Eugene is a progressive city with more than 100 miles of trails, a metropolitan bus service free to UO students, an extensive open space and parks system, and new sustainable business initiatives. • PPPM is known for its work on sustainability, collaborative and participatory approaches to planning, community development, and environmental planning. PPPM is affiliated with the community service center (CSC), providing students with access to real world experience with actual clients. The CSC also coordinates yearlong paid internship through the Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (RARE) program, which provides students with (1) a monthly stipend, (2) medical insurance, (3) possible eligibility for in-state tuition after one year of service, and (4) up to 9 graduate credits in the UO Planning Program. • PPPM is linked with the Institute for a Sustainable Environment, the Institute for Policy Research and Innovation, Oregon Transportation Research & Education Consortium, and the Sustainable Cities Initiative. • The community and regional planning program offers concurrent degrees in business, conflict and dispute resolution, environmental studies, geography, historic preservation, landscape architecture, law and public administration.

chrising@uoregon.edu

Jessica Greene
Associate Professor. BA, Michigan (1989); MPH, MIA (1996) and Ph.D. (2003), Columbia. Specializations: Health Policy, Quantitative Methods, Evaluation Research.

(541) 346-0138

jessicag@uoregon.edu

Michael Hibbard
Professor Emeritus. BS, California Polytechnic; MSW (1971) and Ph.D. (1980), San Diego State. Specializations: Community and Regional Development.

(541) 346-3897

mhibbard@uoregon.edu

Renee Irvin
Associate Professor. BA, Oregon (1984); MA (1991) and Ph.D. (1998), Washington. Specializations: Nonprofit Management, Economics, Public Finance.

(541) 346-2155

rirvin@uoregon.edu

Grant Jacobsen
Assistant Professor. BA, William and Mary (2005); MA (2006) and Ph.D. (2010), California-Santa Barbara. Specializations: Environmental and Resource Policy, Climate Change and Energy Policy, Economics

(513) 346-3419

gdjaco@uoregon.edu

Andre LeDuc
Adjunct Instructor. BS, Wisconsin (1996); MCRP, Oregon (1999). Specializations: Hazard Prevention and Mitigation.

(541) 346-5833

leduc@uoregon.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide - 16th Edition | Page 233

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Master of City Planning
127 Meyerson Hall Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 Phone (215) 898-8329 Fax (215) 898-5731 E-mail: cityplan@design.upenn.edu www.design.upenn.edu John Landis, Department Chair E-mail: jlan@design.upenn.edu

MA/MS PAB

Ph.D.

ACSP Member: FULL

MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: No Requirements Minimum of 3.0 recommended No Requirements 615 No Requirements Special attention given to student’s statement and references

MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Hours of Core ...........................................................................................30 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .............................................9 Hours of Restricted Electives .....................................................................0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ............................................................ 3-12 Other .........................................................................................................15 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................57 Exam,Thesis or Final Product: .......... Studio report or professional project

PROGRAM INFORMATION
GRADUATE DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admissions Deadline 2010-2011 .....................................................January 12, 2011 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-2011 ...................................................................... N/A In-State Tutition and Fees .............................................................................. $40,056 Out of State Tuition and Fees ........................................................................ $40,056 Application Fee: .................................................................................................... $70 Additional Fees: ........................................................................................................ 0

FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
University Fellows (4/year for 3 years) Merit-based (30+/year) based on prior academic and work achievement Need-based (40+/year) based on formula

DOCTORAL DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES
Admissions Deadline 2010-2011 ................................................ December 15, 2012 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-2011 ...................................................................... N/A In-State Tuition and Fees ............................................................................... $27,812 Out of State Tuition and Fees ........................................................................ $27,812 Application Fee: .................................................................................................... $70 Additional Fees: ........................................................................................................ 0

TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents
Hispanics* Of any Race White

Annual Student Enrollment
Applied Accepted Enrolled 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 08/09 09/10 296 392 185 190 64 65 48 56 6 6 3 2

Male 2 46 3 0 4 0 9 7

Female 4 43 6 1 7 0 12 7

Total 6 89 9 1 11 0 21 14

Masters Doctoral

MASTERS DEGREE
Master of City Planning
Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: John Landis, Department Chair (215) 746-2340 jlan@design.upenn.edu

African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non- Permanent Residents

Year Initiated: 1950 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.........................................................2239 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/10 ................................................123

Masters Specializations
Community & Economic Development Land Use & Environmental Planning Private & Public Real Estate Development Sustainable Transportation and Infrastructure Planning Urban Design
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Total Students

71

80

151

*Do not double count Hispanics; Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.

.5 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2009 to 8/31/2010 1... Preliminary Exam ................ (215) 573-8965 thomasld@design................ MArch and MUP.... University of Newcastle-uponTyne............ Cambridge University. Specializations: Physical Planning................... Land Preservation....Doctoral Seminar. MS.. Economy and Society in the Northern Forests of Maine.... MA and PhD................... Urban Infrastructure *Do not double count Hispanics........................ Land Preservation’s Link to the Environment.....DOCTORAL DEGREE PhD in City & Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Eugunie L. (215) 898-6097 elbirch@design...upenn.. (215) 898-8480 gahack@design.. Columbia University................... MA.. Total Students 4 11 15 Doctoral Specializations Cartography & Spatial Statistics... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below.........N/A Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .. Professor & Graduate Group Chair (215) 898-6097 elbirch@design....... 4.... BA and MArch. Land Use Planning....upenn. (215) 732-5215 jonathanbarnett@verizon.......... & Dissertation...........0 or higher Minimum GRE: 600 Minimum TOEFL: 615 Departmental Requirement: Writing sample Eugenie L........ Providence.. 2.. Birch Professor.......... Sustainable Transportation Planning.edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics* Of any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other / Don’t know Non-US Citizens Non.................... Specializations: Environmental Planning.......... A Methodology for the Documentation and Analysis of Urban Historic Resources....N/A Hours of Restricted Electives .Thesis or Final Product: ..upenn......... Community & Economic Development.N/A Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ........ Urban Design.... Specializations: Planning History..N/A Hours of Unrestricted Electives ........ Yale University....... 308 Degrees Granted from 9/1/2009 to 8/31/2010 ......16th Edition | Page 235 ....... Land Use and Environmental Planning......... BA. PhD... 5............Permanent Residents Male 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 Female 0 6 1 0 1 0 1 2 Total 1 7 1 0 1 0 2 3 Year Initiated 1953 Degrees Granted through 8/31/2010........... Harvard University.... Historic Preservation.......... Vermont and the Adirondack Region of New York A Framework for Energy Performance Indicators: Applying the Composite Indicator Method for a University Campus......... * Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply but preference will be given to those whose research interests match the graduate group.... BA...... New Hampshire.............. Oregon State University......... Urban Design. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.................. Houston and Seattle A Tool for Solving Land Use Conflicts?A Study in TDR in Taiwan...upenn.edu DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .......... 3. Birch....net FAICP DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: * Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3........ Thomas L.... PLANNING FACULTY Jonathan Barnett FAICP Professor of Practice. PhD.edu AICP Gary Hack Professor................... Daniels Professor.......60 Exam................ Urban Development....................... University of Illinois... Public and Private Real Estate Development.............. Urban Design.... Anchor Insitutions.. Bryn Mawr.. Neighborhood Stablization Through Historic Preservation: An Analysis of Historic Preservation and Community Development in Cleveland............ Planning Practice.. Specializations: Physical Planning...

Columbia University. Specialization: Historic Preservation. PhD.. Yale University.edu David Hsu Assistant Professor.edu Dana Tomlin Professor. MCD. Massachussetts Institute of Technology. Harvard College.Phil. Specializations: Housing. University of California. MSW and PhD. Columbia University. Specialization: Physical Planning. Randy Mason Professor. BA University of Pennsylvania. PhD. Specialization: Planning Practice. Housing John Landis Professor. BA and MUP. University of Amsterdam. PhD. Immigration. Specialization: Conflict Resolution (215) 573-5845 larice@design. (215) 746-4263 rrw@design. University of Pennsylvania. Los Angeles. University of Pennsylvania. Sustainable Urban Development. University of California. University of California. University of Pennsylvania. Penn State University. BA and MArch. Yale University. BA. BA and M. MS. Urban Design. London School of Economics & Political Science. MS.upenn.upenn. Specializations: Urban & Environmental Infrastructure. Massachussetts Institute of Technology. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Hanley Bodek Lecturer. Harris Sokoloff Adjunct Associate Professor. Specialization: Transportation Planning and Policy.org Page 236 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Citizen Participation.Specializations: Housing Development (215) 746. Urban Modeling.upenn. Paul Levy Lecturer. Susan Wachter Professor. MS. Berkeley. MLA. Spatial Analysis Domenic Vitiello Assistant Professor. Temple University. M.upenn. Specialization: International Planning. Specialization: Real Estate Finance Rachel Weinberger Assistant Professor. University of California Berkeley. Yale University. International Development to Specializations. Bucknell University. Harvard University.. BA. PhD. and PhD. Urban Agriculture. Planning Practice yaro@rpa. BA. Cornell University.Ed. PhD. Wesleyan University.Amy Hillier Assistant Professor. Specializations: Regional Planning. Boston College. Princeton. Specializations: Community and Economic Development.upenn. Marja Hoek-Smit Lecturer. University of Virginia. BA. PhD Rutgers University. Berkeley. Syracuse University. PhD. (215) 898-3169 rfmason@design. PhD. (215) 746-4263 lwpowers@design. BA. Harvard University.16th Edition . MArch. Public Health. MCRP.edu Robert Yaro Professor of Practice.edu Laura Wolf Powers Assistant Professor. Specializations: GIS. Middlebury College. Wesleyan University.edu Michael Larice Associate Professor. MDA. Specialization: GIS. Hunter College of the City University of New York: MS and PhD. Specializations: Urban Design. Economic Development (215) 746-2340 jlan@design.edu Harris Steinberg Adjunct Assistant Professor. University of Washington.2341 ahillier@design. BS. BS. PhD.upenn. BA. BA. PhD. Specializations: Community and Economic Development. GIS. University of Pennsylvania. BS.

................................................................................................ N/A Financial Aid Deadline 2011 for Ph...................................................................... ACSP Member: Corresponding MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Relevant Bachelor’s degree...........D Program .... Not required Required no minimum 550 Not Required Relevant Bachelor’s degree........16 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .... Brisbane Queensland 4072...12 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........................edu.....................................................4 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................................edu... Department Head [01161] 7 3365-6455 E-mail: pagpem@uq...........................................................................27 Annual Student Enrollment Applied Masters Masters Doctoral 21 20 15 28 50 50 Accepted 19 20 9 28 20 7 Enrolled 19 20 7 27 48 12 Masters Specializations Development Planning..........................................................................................................................................................................................................au http://www.......................................... Planning and Environmental Management St............................4 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ..................... ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ... N/A International Tuition and Fees ...................................edu...................... $A13....................................0 Thesis ... Australia Phone [61] 7 3365-6455 Fax [61] 7 3365-6899 E-mail:pagpem@uq.................. Community Planning....2 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................edu...................January Admission Deadline 2011 for Ph......8 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..0 Thesis ..... MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: John Minnery (011) 61-7-3365-3880 j..................storey@uq....gpem.................2 Hours of Unrestricted Electives .............. MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .................UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND School of Geography......................16th Edition | Page 237 ...325 per semester Application Fee .............au MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ................D...................................................................................................................................................................................... N/A In-State Tuition and Fees .......................................uq............... International Political Development 08/09 08/09 08/09 08/09 08/09 08/09 MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Relevant Bachelor’s degree............. Not required Required no minimum 550 Not Required Relevant Bachelor’s degree..........................................D program ................. Lucia............................$A50 Master of Development Practice Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Donovan Storey (011) 61-7-3365-6707 d....................au/ Professor James Shulmeister.. N/A Out-of-State Tuition and Fees......... PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES...au Year Initiated: 2004 Degrees Granted through 8/31/09...........0 Hours of Restricted Electives .................................minnery@uq.............360 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08 to 8/31/09 .....................................edu..... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011 for Masters program................. Any time Financial Aid Deadline 2011 for Masters program .........21 Masters Specializations Urban Governance Urban Planning FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION National research scholarships--Nationally Competitive.....au MA/MS PIA Ph........24 Year Initiated: 1975 PIA Accredited Degrees Granted through 8/31/09....................................................79 Degrees Granted from 9/1/08to 8/31/09 ........................................24 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION National research scholarships--Nationally Competitive...............

... MBA. Male 0 0 18 25 43 Female 0 0 13 22 35 Total 0 0 31 47 78 TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 Citizens White Indigenous People Male 0 0 11 12 23 Female 0 0 10 7 17 Total 0 0 21 19 40 Total Students DOCTORAL DEGREE Doctor of Philosophy (Research) Other / Don’t know Non........ Asia PLANNING FACULTY Greg Brown Associate Professor: BS... Ph.. PhD...morrison@uq. Specializations: Urban Policy.. Buffer Zones...........edu........ MPubAdmin (Qld)..au DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Departmental Requirement: Exams or Written Requirements: Master’s degree. 3.............. (61) 7-3365-3880 Iderlina Mateo-Babiano j...TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 Citizens White Indigenous People Other / Don’t know Non...au Total Students Year Initiated: 1980 Degrees Granted through 8/31 .. BSc (Hons) (Cantuar)............. Development Planning Tiffany Morrison Lecturer....... (61) 7-3365-3979 a...... environmental land use planning............. Ph...... Planning History.. 5........ BSe (Griffith).. 7..au Lecturer: BS Arch......... BHMS..... Ph.. Sustainable Coastal Tourism in S.Citizens DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ..... (61) 7-3365-6535 t...... The Role of Planning in Achievement of Sustainable Tourism.......... Specializations: Public participation GIS.............................. PhD (Qld).....)........au FPIA John Minnery Associate Professor. Urban Management in Indonesia: A Case Study of Banda Aceh...... (61) 7-33656644 greg. Wildlife Planning..Ed......... MA.. Planning Theory..... GIS.... Total Required Hours in Program...........123 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/09 ...... Housing Opportunity and Residential Mobility in Seoul Metropolitan Region: Macro and Micro Approaches... Demography. Modeling Quality of Life in Urban Environments.......... PhD...... Hours of Unrestricted Electives . Comparative Environmental Policy and Planning.....edu.........D... Property and Development.... Hours of Restricted Electives .mcgowan@uq..... Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ... Environmental Management. BSBA.... Hons (Qld)......6 Dissertations Granted from 9/1/2002 to 8/31/2009 1... 550 Master’s degree.......edu........... MURP (Qld.edu..... Governance and Institutional Theory. The Dynamics of the Evolution of Residential Property Price Premiums in a Metropolitan Setting........minnery@uq.....brown@uq.. 8. 4.mateobabiano@uq. Planning..edu..D... Political Geography.........edu........Citizens Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Hamish McGowan..... by thesis only (Normally 3 years full-time) Ann Peterson Senior Lecturer......... BA (Hons)....... Asian megacities.. Associate Professor (011) 61-7-3365-5229 h.......... Sri Lanka 9.. transportation...........16th Edition ...................... (61) 7-33653916 i....E.....au Page 238 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .................... Dip.. GDTP (Wits).......D. The Choice Between Rural Living and Agriculture: Implications for Land Use and Subdivision Policy............. 6... The Urban Informal Sector in Colombo....peterson@uq........ 2........ Specializations: Urban design........au Doctoral Specializations Urban Policy and Management... Specialzations: Environmental Policy... Understanding and Managing Uncertainty in Metropolitan Planning..... Urban Governance... Specializations: Environmental Planning..

BA (Nott). Internal Migration. Urban Geography. MTP. (Qld). BA (Hons) (Cantuar). Community Consultation. MBus Admin.wadley@uq.16th Edition | Page 239 . BA (Hons). (61) 7-3365-7087 martin. Residential Intensification FPIA Michael Fagence Research Associate.D. BA. Marketing Geography. (Melb). Planning Law. MUS (Qld). Metropolitan Spatial Planning. Futurology. Ph. MBA. Ph.au David Wadley Snr.edu. (61) 7-3365-6707 d.siksna@uq. Ph.Glen Searle Associate Professor. BA (Hons). Ph. (61)-7-3365-6455 m.D (ANU). FYI We also offer a 4-year undergraduate Bachelor of Regional and Town Planning. Specializations: Planning Practice.edu. Specializations: Behavioral Geography. Specialization: Urban Design.edu. Specializations: Environmental Management. Specializations: Demographic Projections & Forecasts. Specialization: Tourism Planning. Dip. BA.au FPIA John Brannock (61)-7-3365-6455 Adjunct Professor. Lecturer. Mlitt (UNE).au FPIA Victor Feros (61)-7-3365-6455 Adjunct Professor.D.Ed. Jeff Humphreys (61)-7-3365-6455 FPIA Adjunct Professor.stimson@uq.edu.edu. Mphil. (61) 7-3365-6307 r. BA. Land Use Planning. BRTP. Heritage Planning. FPIA (61)-7-3365-6455 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . (61) 7-3365-6535 d. MA (Finders). Ph. FPIA (61)-7-3365-6455 a. MA. accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia.au FPIA Donovan Storey Lecturer. Local Population Change. Arnis Siksna Research Associate. MCD. Specialization: Urban Management. Specializations: Internationasl Development Planning. BA (Syd). MSc.storey@uq.D (Finders). Man). Michael Kerry Adjunct Professor.au OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Martin Bell MPIA Professor. BE (Arch). Specializations: Political Economy of Planning. BA (Hons). MURP (Qld). BRTP (Hons). PD DevStud (Massey). Planning Theory. BSurv.edu. Specializations: Planning Practice.D. Commercial Planning. Survey Research Methods. Specializations: Economic Geography.fagence@uq. MSc (Env.bell@uq. Urbanization in Asia Pacific Sandra Vigar Adjunct Professor.au Robert Stimson Professor. PhD (Massey). Specializations: Planning Practice.

.... see: http://www.... Not Required for Students from Countries in which English is the language of academic instruction.edu/inc/linked-files/Catalog%20and%20Policies/2010_2011/ Section%206_updated............. Ph.....D....D.. 1990).040 $10.... in Geography.. Assistant Professor. offers a Ph...0 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Urban & Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Year Initiated: 2009 DOCTORAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS There is a one-year residency requirement... Program Director Phone (813) 974-7459 E-Mail: njoh@usf..... Geographic Information Sciences... Florida 33620 Phone (813) 974-2386 Fax (813) 974-4808 E-mail: urp@usf. and computer applications and planning practice (6 credits)....100 $35.. Specializations: Rural Economies. Globalization... of Geography 4202 East Fowler Avenue (NES 201) Tampa..... Transportation Planning Page 240 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .450 DOCTORAL DEGREE The Geography Department of which Urban & Regional Planning (URP) is a part.720 $10.... Ph.. ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3.edu/finaid/09/10/0910_budget..... Globalization & International Development Planning. (Iowa...... Environmental Movements..... Spring Semester: .urp.. as well as to new students wishing to focus on any area of Geography....100 $23..edu PAB MA/MS PAB PAB Ph......edu Ambe Njoh... The degree is open to all qualified students presently enrolled in any one of the department’s masters degree programs... PROGRAM INFORMATION APPLICATION DEADLINES..16th Edition Pratyusha Basu.770 Out-of-State $19.edu PAB Accredited PLANNING FACULTY Kevin Archer... emphasizes the basic concepts and skills deemed necessary to planners in all subfields.. including URP..0 Minimum GRE: 1000 V+Q Minimum TOEFL: 500..... Environmental & Natural Resource Policy. Program Director (813) 974-7459 njoh@usf. (Kentucky.... Masters Specializations Housing & Community Development. February 15..usf..... 2003). Ambe Njoh.D. Political Geography. and Gender Issues. Environmental Science and Policy... a written dissertation and an oral defense of the dissertation.... Associate Professor... The 21 credit hours are divided into three major categories as follows: foundations (9 credits). Social Theory.....usf..htm DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum GRE: 1000 Minimum TOEFL: 550 Minimum GPA: 3.. Total number of Students as of Fall 2010: 26... comprising a total of 21 credit hours.. research methods and analytical techniques (6 credits)... MASTERS DEGREE REQUIREMENTS The MURP at USF requires completion of a total of 48 credit hours..October 15.. (Johns Hopkins... The core curriculum......UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA Program in Urban & Regional Planning Dept.D..... Graduate School Cost at USF for Academic Year 2009/2010 Full-Time Tuition* Housing/Meals* Books/Supplies Other Expenses** Total Instate $8. 1999)...130 $1.130 $1... Specializations: Global ..... Martin Bosman.. Geography Dept.pdf Or http://usfweb2. Specializations: Urban Geography. a prescribed coursework... Environmental Science.D..... Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Not Required Departmental Requirement: None MASTERS STUDENTS First batch of students accepted in Fall 2009. For details....500 $4. Policy and/or Urban & Regional Planning for which expertise is available within the department. Associate Professor and Interim Chair........edu http://www... TUITION AND FEES Fall Semester: . Ph.500 $4.....usf.............grad.

Ph. University of Pittsburg (1974). 1978). (Iowa. Associate Professor. Ph. Water resources management and policy. School of Architecture and Community Design. Specializations: Urban Design. Vikas Mehta. hurricanes).D. 1981). Specializations: Natural Hazards (especially floods. hazards. (Harvard. karst geomorphology and land use. Ph. (Maryland. Assistant Professor. (City Univ. Ph.City Formation. Ambe Njoh.D City Urban development. 2006).D.D. Environmental contamination. Robert Brinkmann. Professor and URP Program Director. Ph. Ph. (Bristol). Associate Professor. Specializations: Housing and Community Development. M. Stetson (1987).D. volcanoes. ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Public Space.16th Edition | Page 241 . Professor. Geographical Information Systems. Ph. quantitative methods.D. Associate Professor. Architecture. environmental justice. Steven Reader. Professor of Anthropology. Ph. Urban/Community Design. Elizabeth Strom. urban governance. (Kansas. Neighborhood design. Relationship between Built Environment and Social Behavior. 1989).D. Ethnohistory. Specializations: Environmental health. (Stratclyde. Associate Professor. United States.D. urban geography. Native American Policies. Susan Greenbaum. Specializations: Geography. 1996). Ph.D. Neighborhood Revitalization. Jayajit Chakraborty. Specializations: Architecture and Urban Design. University of South Florida Community initiative. of New York. Robin Jones Director. 1990). spatial analysis. Professor. (Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Economic Restructuring and Urban and Regional Revitalization. Housing Development Regulations. Water & Social Ecological Justice. Planning in Developing Countries. Urban Ethnicity. Sustainable Development. (London. Specializations: Research Methods/Quantitative Analysis.A. arts and cultural policies. Sustainable Development. OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Theodore Trent Green.D. 1999). Globalization and Regionalization. 1986). Specializations: Geography. Social Networks. Ph. Community Participation. Specializations: Land use planning and law. Specializations: Geography. Graham Tobin. Mark Bentley Practicing Attorney and APA Certified Planner. computer cartography. Specializations: Community Development. JD. GIScience.

............ Preservation and Design of the Built Environment........................................................ misc.........................) Masters Specializations Economic Development................................. $17.....16th Edition ............................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-2012 ........................ Approx.806 full time per semester) Application Fee ........................360 per unit ($16.......D............. December 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 .... February 2 In-State Tuition and Fees ..... 34 Total Required Hours In Planning Program (Track) ........... Hours of Restricted Elective ........................................... Sustainable Land Use Planning........ Room 312 Los Angeles.................................... $1...edu MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .. 128 Thesis or final product .934 full time per semester) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees .................................934 full time per semester) Application Fee .) MASTERS DEGREE Master of Planning Contact Person: Tridib Banerjee........................ May 3 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 for Ph...000 (books...... Dean Phone (213) 740-0350 E-mail: jhknott@usc.......edu Year Initiated: 1955 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted from 2005 to 2010 ...806 full time per semester) Out-of-State Tuition and Fees . February 1 Financial Aid Deadline 2011-2012 for Master program ............ Transportation and Infrastructure Planning MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution 3.... room and board.. December 1 Admission Deadline 2011-2012 for DPPD program ....... 30 Hours of Studio Courses ................................. $85 Additional Fees .............................................................. $65 Additional Fees ...................... Professor and Director...............................16 Hours of Unrestricted Electives . program ............... $1.. Social and Community Development....................0 1000 600 Not Required Same as University Annual Student Enrollment Applied 2009 302 260 123 Accepted 2009 82 157 26 Enrolled 2009 49 62 18 Undergraduate Masters Doctoral UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE BS in Public Policy........... May 3 In-State Tuition and Fees ......................................................................UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA School of Policy...........................................16 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses .....D........... and DPPD program .. and Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail David Sloane............ Undergraduate Programs (213) 740-5768 dsloane@usc.................................176 Page 242 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Management....... ACSP Member: FULL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: No Requirement Minimum GPA: 3........................ transportation........360 per unit ($16... $1.............................. Professor and Director of Graduate Programs in Urban Planning Phone: (213)740-4724 E-mail: tbanerje@usc.............................................. TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2011-2012 for Master program ........8 Hours of Restricted Electives ...None FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION University Grants Eligibility Criteria: Federal Aid Eligibility Criteria: Need and Merit Need PROGRAM INFORMATION UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES....34 GRADUATE DEADLINES.................................................................. 48 Exam...... Planning..000 (books.. $1..........................D.............................0 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ..............................................................................edu www..............................5 Transfer admission only Minimum SAT or ACT Scores: No Requirement UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core .......................... misc..... and Development Ralph and Goldy Lewis Hall.................... December 15 Admission Deadline 2011-2012 for Ph............ Hours of Unrestricted Elective .500 Degrees Granted from 2009 to 2010 .... Thesis or Final Product: ..................360 per unit ($20................... 28 Total Required Hours to graduate from University ............................. Comprehensive Exam Year initiated:1987 Not Accredited Degrees Granted from 2005 to 2010 .......8 Other ............ $17...........241 Degrees Granted from 2009 to 2010 ........... room and board... California 90089-0626 Phone (213) 740-0350 Fax (213) 740-7573 E-mail: sppd@usc...................................................360 per unit ($20...usc......................... transportation.................................edu BA/BS PAB MA/MS PAB PAB Ph................edu/schools/sppd Jack Knott.............................................................................................................................................................. Approx..

.................26 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ......5 Not required 600 Phone: E-mail Year Initiated 1983 Degrees Granted from 2005 to 2010 ........0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ..................................................10 Hours of Restricted Electives ..........16th Edition | Page 243 ............ 36 Degrees Granted from 2009 to 2010 .........................) ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Departmental Requirement: Master’s degree in Planning or a related field or 12 units of graduatelevel Planning coursework 3...........) DOCTORAL (DPPD) ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Contact Person: Tridib Banerjee.... and Planning....................0 Hours of Restricted Electives ..................... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below...........0 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................. Urban Design ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .......... Year initiated 2005 Degrees Granted from 2005 to 2010 ........................................ Design.D...................................... International Planning and Development.. and Development Project Doctoral Specializations Community and Economic Development.... Transportation and Land Use........16 Other ..................................................... min 46 (with advanced standing) Exam....................................... Thesis or Final Product: ..................... Environmental Policy and Management.. Thesis or Final Product: ..........................................8 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ................................................................ Planning................................ 18 Degrees Granted from 2009 to 2010 ..............8 Hours of Methodology or Teaching Related Courses ............... Planning Theory...................................................52 Total Required Hours In Planning Program ............................. min 40 (with advanced standing) Exam...................................edu *Do not double count Hispanics........................................................................Screening.... 60...................5 1100 (Verbal and Quantitative) 600 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens Nonpermanent residents Total Students Male 4 17 3 N/A 14 N/A 4 5 47 Female 7 26 5 N/A 16 N/A 3 12 69 Total 11 43 8 N/A 30 N/A 7 17 116 Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL DOCTORAL (PH. Director of Leadership Programs (916) 442-6911 rcallaha@usc...... Housing........ Real Estate Development............Screening................................edu Departmental Requirement: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL Bachelor’s Degree in relevant fields and Master’s degree strongly advised 3.....................16 Other ....................................... Professor and Director of Graduate Programs in Urban Planning (213) 740-4724 tbanerje@usc.... and Dissertation FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition awards: Assistantships: Full Scholarships Graduate Assistantships Doctor of Policy...........) GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........................ Conspectus Defense...................... Qualifying Exam....................D.................. and Development (DPPD) Contact Person: Phone: E-mail Richard Callahan........FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition awards: Assistantships: Full and Partial Tuition Scholarships Graduate Assistantships DOCTORAL (PH................ 2 DOCTORAL (DPPD) GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........................................D....................... ..... 5 DOCTORAL DEGREE Doctor of Philosophy in Urban Planning and Development (Ph............................................ 60.............

edu/~heikkila/ (213) 821-1037 heikkila@usc. Economic Development Planning..D.edu Martin H. (213) 740-1220 bostic@usc..Arch. (213) 740-4012 currid@usc. Planning Theory. A Megaproject Matrix: Ideology. Page 244 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .edu Male 0 9 0 N/A 1 0 0 10 20 Female 3 5 2 N/A 2 2 0 11 25 Total 3 14 2 N/A 3 2 0 21 45 Genevieve Giuliano Professor. Washington University.R. http://www. Ph. 6. Columbia University. Ph. 9.. Ph. 4. Specializations: Community Development. Policy Implementation. and Place-Making in New Jersey Congestion Pricing with an Unpriced Temporal Alternative and with Heterogeneous User Groups Linking Participation.edu Eric J. Metropolitan/Regional Planning. 1909 – 2009 The Settlement of Migrant Workers in Korea: From the Entitlement of the Workers' Rights to the Integration into Local Communities PLANNING FACULTY Tridib Banerjee Professor. Real Estate Development. Specializations: Economic Development and Arts/Culture. M..edu Peter Gordon TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens Nonpermanent residents Total Students Professor.edu/sppd/krieger http://www.rcf. Serving as Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research. Mazmanian Professor. Specializations: Transportation Planning and Policy.D. (On leave.ALL DOCTORAL PROGRAMS: Sample of dissertations granted 2009 and 2010 1. 8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.D. Stanford University.. Sustainable Communities.usc..D. Urban/Regional Economics. M. Specializations: Visual Documentation of Urban Phenomena. mazmania@usc. (213) 740-1467 pgordon@usc. Design Review.E.D. Program Design and Outcomes. Housing and Neighborhood Planning.php?id=18 (213) 740-3957 krieger@usc. Planning Theory. Ph. Voluntary Air Quality Programs at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach Spaces of Market-Culturalism: Chungking Mansions. Heikkila Professor. Infrastructure/Public Services. International Development and Planning. Specializations: Physical Planning/Urban Design. University of Pennsylvania.. Transformation of Housing in Slum Upgrading Areas: Lessons From Turkey Liz Falletta Clincial Assistant Professor. Hong Kong Testing the Entrepreneurial City Hypothesis: A Study of the Los Angeles Region The Rhetoric of Representation: Planning Los Angeles' Civic Space.edu *Do not double count Hispanics.edu 10. 7..usc. Ph.usc.edu Elizabeth Currid Assistant Professor. Economic Development Planning. University of Southern California. Ph. Environmental Planning. Columbia University. 2. FAICP (213) 740-4724 tbanerje@usc.D. Land Use/Growth Management. University of California.D.. http://www.16th Edition . Irvine. 3. (213) 740-3956 giuliano@usc.edu/schools/sppd/faculty/detail. Discourse and Regulation in the Delhi Metro Rail Bank Community Corporation Investments in Community Economic Development Beyond Regulation: Special Improvement Districts. Specializations: International Development and Planning. HUD).D. University of British Columbia. Specializations: Urban and Regional Economics. Political Science. Specializations: Environmental Policy. Ph.edu Daniel A. Specialization: Urban Design falletta@usc. Urban and Regional Economics. 5. The Southern California Institute of Architecture.. Ph. Krieger Professor.D. Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below. Land Use/Growth Management. Mathematical Modeling.edu Raphael Bostic Professor.

com Alan Kreditor FAICP (213) 740-9491 bahl@usc. M. Specialization: Economic Development. Adjunct Associate Professor. Specializations: Growth Management.edu Juliet Musso Associate Professor. New Urbanism. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.C...D. Urban and Regional Economics.D.Pl. (213) 740-4477 fawcett@usc. M. Planning. Race/Ethnicity and Planning. Con Howe Adjunct Instructor. Land Use Policy. Specializations: Citizen Participation/Community Organization. and J. Los Angeles... M. Economic Development Planning.A.. Richardson James Irvine Chair/Professor..B. Dowell Myers Professor.D.edu James A. University of California. L. akotin@adkotin.A. Social Policy. Manchester University. Specializations: Urban Design.D. Specializations: Urban and Regional Economics.edu/~dowell/ breidenb@usc. Massachussetts Institute of Technology.P. University of Califonria. Housing.adkotin. Land Use/Growth Management. Race/Ethnicity and Planning.. Specializations: Economic Aspects of Terrorism.D. M. Community Development and Planning. Economic Development Planning.edu chowe@cityview.D. Specializations: Real Estate Development.. Berkeley. and M. University of California Berkeley. University of California. Adjunct Professor.edu kreditor@usc.edu Harry W. University of Southern California.conff Adjunct Professor. Specialization: Ecotourism.edu/schools/sppd/ced Hilda Blanco Research Professor. M. Specializations: Transportation Planning and Policy. University of California. George Washington University.. International Development and Planning.Leonard Mitchell Clinical Professor. Environmental Planning.P.. M. M. Clemson University..P. Specialization: Affordable Housing. M. Specializations: Planning Theory. International Development and Planning. University of Maryland. Social Policy/Human Services. University of Southern California. (213) 740-0636 musso@usc. (213) 740-2939 bharne@usc. Fawcett Lecturer.rcf.D.edu wfulton@usc..edu James Kushner Adjunct Instructor. www. Impact Assessment. (213) 740-3954 hrichard@usc.A.S. Politics and Governance. University of Paris-Sorbonne. (213) 740-5768 dsloane@usc. Planning Theory.Arch.S.com Deepak Bahl Adjunct Assistant Professor. Ph.Anderson@econres. Specializations: Planning History.Arch.Pl.edu ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Specializations: Economic Development. M. D.B..edu Manuel Castells Wallis Annenberg Chair of Communication Technology & Society.D. M. Environmental Policy and Governance.. Special Advisor for Development.edu David Sloane Professor. J. Coastal Planning and Management.. M. dyrness@usc. (213) 740-7095 dowell@usc. hblanco@usc.. (213) 821-2079 castells@usc. Specializations: Health. http://www.edu Jan Breidenbach. Ph.usc.usc.A.com Dion Jackson OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY Austin G.R. Ph. Ph. Stanford. Transportation. Planning Law.edu Allan D. Ph. Urban Design.D. Real Estate Development.B. jkushner@swlaw... www.E.. M. Planning Process..edu William Fulton Senior Scholar.D.L. Specializations: Political Economy.. Los Angeles. Kotin Austin. Antioch School of Law..edu Grace Dyrness Adjunct Instructor. Los Angeles. Syracuse University. University of California. Planning Theory.edu Professor and Senior Vice President Emeritus. Negotiation and Conflict Management.C. Anderson Lecturer. University of Southern California.A. University of Pennsylvania.D. Specializations: Economic Development Finance. Specializations: Environmental Planning. Public Finance/Fiscal Planning. Specializations: Demography.16th Edition | Page 245 . Ph. dljackso@usc. Law and Planning. Ph. (213) 740-3866 lschweit@usc. Los Angeles. University of Southern California. Politics and Governance. M..edu (213) 740-1487 mitchell@usc. UK.B. University of Southern California. Specializations: Real Estate Vinayak Bharne Adjunct Instructor.A. Specialization: Economic Development..edu Lisa Schweitzer Associate Professor.

Ph. www.com Chris Steins Adjunct Instructor. University of Southern California.com Deborah Torres Adjunct Associate Professor.A.com Jack L.P. perfitt@usc. Physical Planning.16th Edition .A.D. Specialization: Environmental Planning..A.Katherine Perez Adjunct Instructor. Public Participation programs. M.com Page 246 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . University of Southern California.. Columbia University.A. Specialization: Community Participation perez@uli-la.D.jwauc. Ph. University of California.edu Frank B. Los Angeles. Public Outreach.Arch. Specializations: Redevelopment/Economic Development. M.com jacklwong@msn..S.. Environmental Impact Studies/Reports.A. d. Specialization: Information Technology. Harvard.. Wein FAICP Adjunct Professor. D. M. Los Angeles. University of Southern California. Specialization: Economic Development jrabe@keysermarston. M.peters@usc.com Krista Sloniowski Adjunct Instructor. Specialization: International Development. Community Development. Metropolitan/Regional Planning. Ethnicity and Planning.Pl.Specific Plans). Wong Adjunct Professor.edu James Rabe Adjunct Instructor. frank. M.org John Perfitt Adjunct Instructor. Harvard University. steins@urbaninsight. Rutgers University.edu Jon Pynoos Professor. University of Southern California. Specializations: Policy Plans (General Plans. M.edu Deike Peters Adjunct Assistant Professor. Transportation.S. Landcape/Site Design. Physical Planning/Urban Design.Pl. Land Use. Specializations: Housing and Neighborhood Planning.. City Planning. Loyola Marymount University... sloniowski@hotmail.D. M. Gerontology and Planning. M. Specialization: Economic Development.. dtorres@usc. Housing. Specialization: Housing and the elderly (213) 740-5156 pynoos@usc.wein@ursccorp.. University of California... M.

......48 Capstone Project .......O........ Health Fee for 6+ credits.............................................. Connecticut and residents of Canada: $545/credit hour Out-of-State Tuition and Fees.. Unified Fee.......... TUITION AND FEES Admission Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program ... Maine 04104-9300 Phone (207) 780-4864 Fax (207) 780-4060 http://www......................... and State of Maine........$65 Additional Fees: .........UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE Community Planning and Development Muskie School of Public Service 96 Falmouth Street.............muskie.................. $1....................... Transportation Fee......... Health Planning Joint Degree Program with University of Maine Law School Other/don’t know Non-US Citizens Nonpermanent residents Total Students ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide ........... 2010 Financial Aid Deadline 2010-11 for Masters program ............................0 PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES................................16th Edition | Page 247 ................ For residents of ........................ $364/credit hour per semester........................................................ Stipend $4500-$9000 per year plus 9-18 tuition credits..... Annual Student Enrollment Applied 08/09 Masters 7 09/10 28 Accepted 08/09 6 09/10 22 Enrolled 08/09 5 09/10 17 TOTAL MASTERS STUDENT COMPOSITION 2009-2010 US Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of any race White African American Native American/Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Male 0 14 1 0 0 0 0 0 15 Female 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 Total 0 30 1 0 0 0 0 0 31 MASTERS DEGREE Master of Community Planning and Development Contact: Phone: E-mail: Charles S........... $50$100 depending on credit hours taken per semester FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Tuition Awards: University of Southern Maine plus Muskie School tuition waivers and scholarships available Scholarships (Full-time status) Graduate/Research Assistantships (Registered for 6 credit hours) 10-20 hours per week........010/credit hour per semester Application Fee .................................. Chair Phone: (207) 780-4008 E-mail: csc@usm.....maine.......... National Science Foundation...... Rhode Island...maine...................................usm....... Economic Development Administration........................edu Year Initiated: 1997 Degrees Granted through 8/31/10.........6 Masters Specializations Land Use & Environment...... Vermont............... Box 9300 Portland.....edu University Admission Policy: MA/MS ACSP Member: FULL MASTERS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Minimum TOEFL: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirement: Bachelors degree from an accredited institution N/A N/A 550 N/A No Requirements MASTERS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core ........................... 2010 In-State Tuition and Fees ....... $80...................................................3 Internship (for pre-service students) ........................edu Charles S.........44 Degrees Granted from 9/1/09 to 8/31/10 ................. $80 6 or more credit hours... Colgan...3 Hours of Restricted Electives ...................................................27 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses Required ............................................. and .maine.....New Hampshire.............. P.............. Assistantships funded by both University of Southern Maine and by external funders including the Environmental Protection Agency........ July 1.....................9 Total Required Hours in Planning Program .............................. Community & Economic Development....9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ................................... Chair (207)780-4008 csc@usm........... Colgan.......February 1.....$27......00/credit hour.............................

Specializations: Natural Resource Planning. Applied Statistics. Visiting Research Associate Professor. Charles S.D. poverty.umaine. Yuseung Kim Assistant Professor. the late Senator Edmund S. GIS. Ph.D.usm.edu (207) 780-5389 jackk@usm. muskie.maine.com AICP (207) 780-4008 csc@usm. Ursinus College (1960). Syracuse University. University of North Carolina. The Casco Bay Estuary Partnership (http://muskie. Specializations: Economic Development Planning.D.. Environmental/ Natural Resource Planning. Specializations: Public Policy & Environmental Dispute Resolution. Rural Planning. State University of New York.net Mark Lapping Interim Executive Director and Distinguished Professor.maine. Syracuse University. Specializations: Land Use Planning. efc. Specializations: Urban Design. BA. Marine Resources. Specializations: Conservation Planning. Rutgers University. M.muskie. Ph. University of Maine (1992). MA (1983) and Ph. or a joint Masters-JD degree program with the University of Maine School of Law. (207) 780-5389 baumanj@roadrunner.maine. Muskie.usm. students may select from concentrations in land use and the environment. The program is also part of a major new initiative in sustainability in partnership with University of Maine funded by the National Science Foundation. Emory University (1972).edu/csc/homepage/index. University of Oregon (1976).D. (207) 228-8596 smerrill@usm. The EPA New England Environmental Finance Center (http:// efc. ykim@usm. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1968).maine. Chapel Hill (1990). Specializations: Public Finance.S.maine. MS in Urban Planning (1994) and MSW (1993). Wildlife Ecology. GIS.maine.muskie. labor market analysis. Ph.maine. Middlebury College (1974).maine.edu Sam Merrill Research Assistant Professor. (2002).16th Edition . Rutgers University (1969). Housing & Historic Preservation. Colby College (1971). www.edu/gulfofmaine_census (207) 780-4824 erichert@usm.edu Evan Richert Jack Kartez Professor. BA.edu Alan Holt Adjunct Assistant Professor.edu/) undertakes projects addressing smart growth issues throughout New England.edu AICP FYI The Muskie School of Public Service's Community Planning and Development program was inaugurated in 1997 and graduated its first students in 1999.htm (207) 773-3833 info@holtandlachman. The degree reflects the commitment to the environmental and community development values of the School's namesake. Sustainable Development.edu Page 248 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide . Vermont and Connecticut are eligible for reduced tuition. GIS. In addition to the core courses. Residents of New Hampshire.jsp) is an EPA-funded program part of the National Estuary Program. BA. Smart Growth. (207) 228-8180 lapping@usm..usm.maine.edu Lisa Morris Assistant Professor.edu/centers/cbep. MA. Environmental Planning. BA. Land Use Planning. The Maine Center for Business and Economic Research funded by the U. State Politics & Policy.usm. (1984).. Ph.PLANNING FACULTY Richard Barringer Research Professor. planning support systems.com (207) 780-4418 barringr@usm.D. PhD University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (1999). Columbia University.maine. Marlboro College (1982). BA (1969) and MRP (1974). Growth Management. Participatory Design. The CPD program is affiliated with three research centers located within the Muskie School. but prepares students to deal with issues encountered across the United States.htm) The Program endeavors to provide financial assistance to all students who require it. University of Massachusetts (1963). BS Environmental Science and Urban Planning Yonsei University (Korea) (1999) MRP Cornell University (2001) PhD University of Colorado-Denver 2010. BA. Regional Development Planning. Non Maine resident students may be eligible to apply funding assistance to tuition at resident rates. Ph. Specializations: Community Development. Planning Theory.usm. Architecture. BA. Specializations: Economics.D. BS. and courses are offered on schedules suitable for both full and part-time students. The program focuses on the planning and development needs of New England communities... New Paltz (1967).edu Josephine LaPlante Associate Professor.Arch. MA.maine. MS (1994) and Ph. Harvard College (1959). University of Southern Maine (1989).maine.maine.edu OTHER AFFILIATED FACULTY John Bauman Visiting Research Professor. Colgan Professor. The Casco Bay National Estuary project is a cooperative program addressing the environmental quality of Casco Bay and its watersheds. The student body is drawn primarily from Maine and New England states.edu/cber/) undertakes research and technical assistance projects in economic development and transportation. community and regional development. landscape analysis. Specializations: Urban design.. Temple University (1964). Economic Development Administration (http://usm. AB. race and gender (207) 788-5876 lmorris@usm. University of Minnesota. University of Maine (1991). Policy Analysis. Transportation & Urban/Regional Economics. BA (1973).edu/sustainabilitysolutions/index. (http://www. Quantitative Methods. MUP.D. (207) 228-8593 josielm@suscom-maine. Specializations: Planning History.maine.

.....48 GENERAL COST OF LIVING Approximate Annual Cost: .......................................................... 3.............................. see Graduate Catalog for details) Application Fee .....................000 FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Internship Opportunities Many of the 200 jurisdictions in the region and several consultants offer internships opportunities....... Awards and Grants Graduate Dean’s Doctoral Fellowships........ Students ............................... $18.................................763 per semester ...................................................................................................... ..... Research Assistantships The program offers several GRAs and GTAs on a competitive basis................................................ Director Phone (817) 272-3071 MA/MS PAB Ph............FALL 10: June 1.24 Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........ S....... numerous scholarships make it possible for recipients to pay in-state tuition................................... Students ...................................... SUMMER 11: February 1...150 per semester Out-of-State Tuition 2009-2010 ............................................................ ARLINGTON City and Regional Planning Program UTA Box 19588 Arlington.....................................16th Edition | Page 249 .........UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS................ SPRING 11: September 15.......$40-$70 for U........ Dept.......................................................................FALL 10: April 1.....................................3 Total Required Hours in Planning Program ............................................... 12/15 Hours of Restricted Electives ................................................. 2010 .edu/supa/cirp Ivonne Audirac.............................. 2010 ..... Director 817-272-3071 Year Initiated: 1975 PAB Accredited Degrees Granted through May 2010 .......................... 2010 ................................. SUMMER 11: April 1..................................... Feb 1 for the following Fall Financial Aid Deadline ............................Theses ........................................................................................0 1000 (verbal + quantitative) Not Required................. 250 word essay MASTER'S GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Hours of Core (semester hours) .............................................S.......................... ACSP Member: FULL Master's Specializations Urban and Suburban Design and Redevelopment Green Cities and Transportation Creative Cities and Economic Development Certificate Programs in GIS and Development Review PROGRAM INFORMATION GRADUATE DEADLINES...............................(additional fees may also apply.................. 2011 Doctoral Admission Deadline Admission for Fall Semester Only .................... TX 76019 Phone (817) 272-3071 Fax (817) 272-5008 http://www.....................................D....................... Three letters of recommendation............. The Institute of Urban Studies provides opportunities for professional planning.............................. 3/6 Hours of Electives.....................................12 Thesis or Final Report Product ........ ...................................................................................17 ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .373 Degrees Granted in 2009-2010 academic year....... TUITION AND FEES Master’s Admission Deadlines 2010-2011 For International Students....................... Annual Student Enrollment Applied 08-09 Master’s in City and Regional Planning 75 Enrolled 08-09 35 Applied 09-10 61 Enrolled 09-10 23 MASTER'S DEGREE Master's in City and Regional Planning Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Ivonne Audirac....................................................... 2010 ...............uta....................................... Graduate Teaching Assistantships......$6................ SPRING 11: October 15..... 2011 For U................ experience and in-depth urban research as GRAs...................................6 -Professional Report ................. Receipt by April 1 In-State Tuition 2009-2010 ...$60 for International Students MASTER'S ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Minimum Undergraduate GPA: Minimum GRE: Ranking in Undergraduate Class: Departmental Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution............................$4........

depending on student’s previous preparation) Hours of Studio or Practice Related Courses ........ Director (817) 272-3071 Anjomani@uta....... completion of oral presentation of dissertation proposal.......................... Awards and Grants: Graduate Dean’s Doctoral Fellowships..........................S. Dissertation Required Indicators of Academic Progress ..............................30 (some core hours may be waived upon recommendation of student’s supervisory committee................................. and several GRAs and GTAs are offered through the Institute of Urban Studies.. statement of research interests........ Planning for Growth in Cities and Metropolitan Regions: An Empirical Study of Impact Fee and Choice.............. in Urban Planning and Public Policy Contact Person: Phone: E-mail: Ard Anjomani..... Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Departmental Requirements: Master’s degree from an accredited institution.... Shared Land Use Impacts Between Military Installations and Contiguous Communities (post-BRAC): Fact and Opinion Differences in Planning and Public Policy.................... Growth/Decline of Employment Subcenter in Polycentric Regions: The Case of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitian Area.. 7 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 18 1 2 5 DOCTORAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS University Admission Policy: Current GRE score..............D...........edu TOTAL DOCTORAL STUDENT COMPOSITION FALL 2009 U......... 2.... Hispanics also appear in the racial categories below..... completion of diagnostic evaluation.... Dept.........0 Total Required Hours in Doctoral Program .............. The University of Texas at Arlington also provides competitive fellowships.....0 Hours of Electives... 3....6+ GPA in master’s..... Current minimum TOEFL score of 213 on computer-based exam (Non-native English speakers only) 1000 (minimum 500 on verbal + minimum 500 on quantitative) Minimum GRE: *Do not double count Hispanics....9 Hours of Unrestricted Electives ... 4 Dissertations Granted from 2004-2010 1.TOTAL MASTER'S STUDENT COMPOSITION Fall 2009 U.16th Edition ................. three letters of recommendation.. 4........................... Page 250 | ACSP Urban & Regional Planning Guide .......... Citizens & Permanent Residents Hispanics of Any Race White African American Native American/ Pacific Islander Asian American Mixed Other/Don’t Know Non-US Citizens Non-Permanent Residents Total Students Male 1 Female 0 1 Total 1 8 5 0 0 0 1 8 23 Year initiated 2003 Degrees Granted 2004-2010 ................................................................... numerous scholarships make it possible for recipients to pay in-state tuition... 0 1 4 37 0 7 26 DOCTORAL DEGREE Ph.... Spatial Patterns and Determinants of Industrial Regional Growth in Mexico..Completion of written comprehensive exam in