Program Requirement Checksheet

MUP: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING

I. DEGREE CORE COURSES [21 CREDITS]

Students must complete or waive all schoolwide core courses

Course Number Course Name Prerequisites Typically offered credits
CORE-GP.1011 Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management None Fall, Spring, Summer 3
CORE-GP.1018 Microeconomics for Public Management, Planning, and Policy Analysis None Fall, Spring, Summer 3
CORE-GP.1020 Management and Leadership None Fall, Spring, Summer 3
CORE-GP.1021 Financial Management for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Organizations None Fall, Spring, Summer 3
URPL-GP.1603 Urban Planning: Methods and Practice Co-Requisite: CORE-GP.1011 Spring 3
URPL-GP.2608 Urban Economics CORE-GP.1018; Pre-or co-requisite: CORE-GP.1011 Spring 3
URPL-GP.2660 History and Theory of Planning None Fall 3

 

 

II. TRACK COURSES [6 total credits]

Students must complete the following 2 courses [6 credits]:

Course Number Course Name Prerequisites Typically offered credits
URPL-GP.1605 Land Use Law None Spring 3
URPL-GP.1620 Spatial Analysis and Visualization None Fall 3

 

 

III. CAPSTONE [3 credits]

To be eligible for Capstone, all students must have: earned at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA, declared a specialization, fulfilled the Professional Experience Requirement, and completed the course prerequisite listed for their choice of Capstone (see below).

Students must complete ONE of the two following pairs [3 credits]:

Course Number Course Name Prerequisites credits
  CAP-GP 3601 (Fall)
AND
CAP-GP 3602 (Spring)
Capstone: Advanced Projects in Urban Planning I & II CORE-GP 1011, CORE-GP 1018;
AND 
CORE-GP 1020 or CORE-GP 1021;
AND 
URPL-GP: 1603, 1605, 1620, 2608, and 2660
1.5 credits (Fall) 
AND 
1.5 credits (Spring)
  CAP-GP 3148 (Fall) 
AND 
CAP-GP 3149 (Spring)
Capstone: Advanced Projects in Applied Research I & II CORE-GP: 1011, 1018, 1020, 1021 (ALL four core courses);
AND
URPL-GP 2608, PADM-GP 2902; and 2 other Planning Core Courses.
Co-requisite: PADM-GP 2171 (no later than the fall of your Capstone year)
1.5 credits (Fall)  
AND 
1.5 credits (Spring)

 

 

IV. ELECTIVES [15 credits]

Course Number  Course Name         Prerequisites          Typically offered credits
           
           
           
           
           

 

 

TOTAL CREDITS IN DEGREE: 45

Last Updated: November 2018