Planning and Development (MS)
College of Arts & Sciences
Distance Education (Online)
|Fall Semester||Spring Semester||1st Summer Session||2nd Summer Session||11-week Summer Session|
|Priority||April 15th||November 15th||**||**||**|
|Graduate School||August 1st||December 15th||*||*||*|
* Applications not considered for admission in this term
First semester of offering will be Fall 2022.
For priority consideration and early admission decisions for the Fall term, the application and all supplemental materials are due by April 15th. The general deadline is August 1st.
**This program does not have a Priority Deadline for this term.
Applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree from an institution accredited by a regional accrediting body.
Application Materials Needed: Completed application form, Application fee, Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended (not just w/in 5 years), Statement of purpose, and two Letters of references.
The MS in Planning and Development has three concentrations (Coastal and Environmental Planning; Rural and Regional Planning; and Urban and Community Planning). Admitted applicants will work with their advisor to explore and then determine their concentration option).