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Two Year, Joint Professional degree

Sustainability is not just at the building scale; it encompasses a variety of issues related to communities and the people who inhabit those places. Combining the Master of City and Regional Planning (M.C.R.P.) with the Master of Science in Sustainable Design (M.S.S.D.) allows students to explore the many facets of sustainability, from alternative sources of energy to the benefits of increased density and walkability in our cities. As part of the joint degree program, students are able to obtain the two degrees at an accelerated rate. The M.C.R.P. / M.S.S.D. joint degree program requires a total of 57 credit hours of graduate credit.