City and regional planning phd in Georgia institute of technology
PhD students pursue advanced studies and research on issues most critical to the field of city and regional planning. The PhD program engages extensively with other programs, research centers, and colleges as it delivers its major and minor fields of study. Program graduates are expected to be well qualified to serve in a range of settings such as universities, planning consultancies, research and development firms, government agencies, and advanced practice.
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