Urban and Regional PlanningGraduate Certificate
The Graduate Certificate in Urban and Regional Planning is designed to enhance knowledge, skills, and career development in the field of community planning. The focus is broader than that of the Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning, providing students with enhanced knowledge, skills and career development in urban planning.
- 18 credit hours
- Evening classes
The Graduate Certificate in Urban and Regional Planning requires 18 credit hours beyond the bachelor’s degree, including two elective courses and the following four required courses. For more information on the curriculum, please visit the UCF Graduate Catalog.
Offered in fall
Offered in fall
Offered in spring
Offered in fall and spring
Admissions and Advising
Prospective students seeking enrollment in the Graduate Certificate in Urban and Regional Planning should submit the following for consideration:
- An official, sealed transcript of each college or university attended, showing a GPA of 2.5 or better
- A current resume
- A goal statement, no longer than two pages, addressing the following:
- What is your reason for pursuing this certificate and how does it fit into your future goals and plans?
- What specific areas of urban planning interest you?
- What previous work experience do you have in the field?
The deadline to apply for fall admission is June 15 while the deadline to apply for spring admission is Dec. 1.
For information on admissions, please contact our graduate advisor, Nasrin Lakhani.