UPPP Graduate Students

UPPP's community includes graduate students who have completed undergraduate degrees in wide ranging areas of social science, humanities, engineering, and biological and physical science. Many have decided to pursue their graduate degrees after gaining professional experience in a variety of fields, including, but not limited to planning, policy, and design. 

Ph.D. in Planning, Policy, and Design

The doctoral program trains scholars in the analysis of social problems related to the built, natural, and institutional environments, for employment in a range of activities, from university teaching and research, to administrative and research-oriented positions in governmental agencies, international organizations, nonprofit organizations, and private consulting practice. Typical time to degree is six years. 

Master of Public Policy

The Master of Public Policy (MPP) program is a two-year, professional degree program that provides training for highly motivated and talented individuals to become leaders at the local, state, national and international level in the development and management of policies that lead to a more productive public sector, a more productive private sector, and more vibrant communities.

Master of Urban and Regional Planning

The Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) program is a two-year professional program that is a gateway to opportunities in planning and planning-related practice including work in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors.  


Information and resource links for current graduate students, including student handbook:

Social Ecology Graduate Student Services


Graduate Student Directory

*Current graduate students - you can manage much of the information that appears on your directory profile page. View the following Computing Services website pages for details:

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