The graduate certificate in Planning and Community Development offers you a multi-disciplinary and comprehensive education in planning and community development to help you further your career goals. The program is tailored to students seeking a credential in the field, but who are not in need of a complete master’s degree.
Planning and community developers work to improve the physical, economic, social and environmental qualities of their communities as they design and implement programs that make communities better places to live and work.
You will learn how to identify issues confronting your communities and design strategies for change through community planning, urban and regional planning, citizen participation, community design, economic development, advocacy and sustainable development.
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