Master of Regional Planning
Admission requirements: LSAT
or GRE; strong undergraduate record; three letters of recommendation; personal
statement; matriculated at Albany Law School.
The dual J.D./M.R.P. degree program is designed to
provide a professional curriculum of greater breadth than would otherwise be
available for students interested in environmental planning; land-use planning;
urban design; transportation planning; urban and regional information systems;
housing; local economic development; and community planning.
The planning curriculum offers students training in the planning process,
policy analysis and planning techniques. Legal training provides analytical
skills and substantive knowledge necessary for successful planning and program
For more information, please contact:
Catherine T. Lawson
Associate Professor and Director
Albany, State University of New York