Mcrp and march in city and regional planning and architecture in Georgia institute of technology
The dual Master of Architecture and Master of City and Regional Planning degree seeks to educate those who wish to engage directly in the process of city building. The program is intended to meet the needs of planning agencies, consultants, institutions, and architectural firms for graduates who can deal competently with the design complexities of urban areas. The curriculum is comprised of the core requirements for each of the two professional programs and, in addition, a set of dual requirements that focus upon urban design as a common ground linking the theory and practice of the two disciplines.
Academic degrees and records,The statement of purpose, Letters of recommendation, Resume,Relevant work experience
Facilities manager, Historic buildings inspector/conservation officer, Housing manager/officer, Local government officer, Town planner, Transport planner, Building surveyor, Civil Service administrator, Community development worker, Environmental manager, Estate agent, Landscape architect, Planning and development surveyor, Sustainability consultant