Professional Projects

Urban and Regional Planning students produce a wide variety of practical work in the field of planning.

All master's students are required to take the Planning Workshop, a practicum course which examines a selected urban or regional planning problem to demonstrate the interdisciplinary character of planning practice, and to give second-year planning students an opportunity to collaboratively engage in socioeconomic analysis, physical planning, and implementation policy formulation. 

Graduating master's students also complete a professional project to demonstrate the application of their area of interest to a real world scenario or plan analysis. Students showcase their culminating work at the annual Professional Project Forum at the end of each academic year.

Professional Project Grading Rubric

Professional Project Summary Sheet

 

Professional Project Archive