Professional Development and Engagement
The Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) degree program educates aspiring planning professionals to solve societal, economic, and environmental challenges and build a just and sustainable future.
Upon graduation, students have the critical thinking, networking, and analytical skills to succeed in planning practice. Our faculty, students, and alumni reflect the diversity of society and become effective leaders in the private, public, and non-profit sectors.
MURP is consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top professional planning programs with full accreditation from the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB).
MURP Program Highlights
- Project Based Learning: Video Highlights of Student Projects in Santa Ana, CA
- The Capstone Experience: Professional Report, Practicum
- Faculty Highlights:
- Recent Student Awards:
- MURP Strategic Plan
MURP Program Learning Outcomes (PLO)
Program Learning Outcomes can be found here.
Our post-graduation employment rate is consistently strong. Of the 80 percent of graduates with known employment status who did not pursue further education within one year of graduation, 99 percent of 2015-2019 graduates secured employment in planning or planning-related jobs within one year of graduation.
To find out more about the MURP program and how it can help you reach your professional goals, read our Director's message and explore our site. Keep an eye on program happenings by watching the department's News.
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