WITH THE NEW BA IN URBAN POLICY AND PLANNING YOU CAN...
Make the practical beautiful... Create the cities of tomorrow... Design public spaces and parks... Build transportation that works... Address environmental issues... Pursue economic development... Make lives easier and healthier...
- Begins academic year 2019-2020.
- Students can officially declare the major in May 2019.
- Includes 33 required courses and 12 additional credits in Urban Policy and Planning.
- Offers traditional face-to-face, online and blended formats to support busy students.
- Provides seamless opportunities for transfer students.
- Urban development, the history of cities and the impact of the urban space on communities.
- Principles related to demographic data, functioning of government, community mapping, land-use codes and zoning regulations, building designs and sustainability practices.
Pursue careers in city and regional government, state and federal government, private development, housing, transit, nonprofits and more.
Scholarships & more
The Department of Public Administration in UNT’s College of Health and Public Service offers about $100,000 in scholarships and research assistantships each year, including:
Advisor information coming soon!
Founded in 1992, the Department of Public Administration is located in the College of Health and Public Service.
Today the department's ten faculty and five professional staff serve more than 350 majors in these three programs. Student-centered education is a hallmark of this dedicated faculty who take personal interest in every student's progress from the first day they enter and beyond graduation to their professional career.
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