The School of Urban and Regional Planning teams up with other UI programs provide these combined degree programs:

  • Civil & Environmental Engineering (BS) and Urban & Regional Planning (MA or MS). Contact the School of Urban & Regional Planning for information about required qualifications and the application process.
  • Educational Policy and Leadership Studies (Higher Education and Student Affairs) & Urban &  Regional Planning. This is offered by the College of Education and the School of Urban & Regional Planning, degrees are administered by the Graduate College.  Apply to the Graduate College and indicate your preference for this degree program on your application.
  • Law and Urban & Regional Planning. This is a combined degree program offered through the College of Law and the School of Urban & Regional Planning. Indicate your interest in this program on your application to law school, and also when you apply to the Graduate College. (You will need to apply to both).
  • Occupational & Environmental Health and Urban & Regional Planning. This is offered by the School of Urban & Regional Planning and Occupational & Environmental Health; degrees are administered by the Graduate College. Apply to the Graduate College and indicate your preference for this program on your application.
  • Social Work and Urban & Regional Planning. This is offered by the School of Social Work and the School of Urban & Regional Planning; degrees are administered by the Graduate College. Apply to the Graduate College and indicate your preference for this degree program on your application.

Environmental Policy & Planning (BS or BA) and Urban & Regional Planning (MA or MS). Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planningfor information about required qualifications and the application process. Apply to the Graduate College and indicate your preference for this degree program on your application.