The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a leader among planning schools with world-class faculty and high-impact research. Located in the booming Research Triangle, Carolina Planning is an epicenter of collaboration and innovation in the economic, housing, community development, transportation, land use and environmental planning that shapes our cities and regions of the world.
A two-year professional program that teaches the theory, skills, and decision-making techniques needed for positions of leadership in the planning profession.
An advanced academic degree that prepares students for a career in teaching and applied research at universities, governments, and other organizations.
A minor in Urban Studies and Planning that allows undergraduates to explore urban and regional issues through a planning framework.
5th among Graduate Planning Programs