Morgan State University

School of Graduate Studies

City and Regional Planning


1700 East Cold Spring Lane, 310 McKeldin Center

310 McKeldin Center

Baltimore, MD 21251

United States





Program Information

Degrees Offered:

M.C.R.P. - Master of City and Regional Planning

Format: Campus

Program Description:

The Graduate Program in City & Regional Planning is the oldest program in the State of Maryland. Originated in 1970 as a component of the Center for Urban Affairs, the planning program became the first at an HBCU in 1974 to receive degree recognition and the forerunner of the accreditation from the American Institute of Planners. The program has been accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board since 1986. Morgans planning program strives to prepare a multicultural student body for professional planning experience in varied public and private settings. The professional planning community contributes to this effort through their participation in the IAP Lecture Series and the Planning Advisory Committee, among other activities. The Baltimore region serves as a laboratory for students as they gain expertise in addressing the challenges and opportunities that shape the future of our cities.



Facts & Figures

Classification: Master's College or University I

Locale: Large City

Size & Settings: 6,000-9,999

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