SDSU - Graduate Masters of City Planning (MCP) degree within our School of Public Affairs

I am pleased to introduce you to our Graduate Masters of City Planning (MCP) degree within our School of Public Affairs.   We would appreciate your forwarding this letter on email or otherwise posting it on bulletin boards for any undergraduate students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in city planning.

Our graduate MCP Program has been in existence for over 40 years.  Alumni with a Masters in City Planning from SDSU range from Directors of planning departments to community planners to Vice Presidents of land use and environmental planning firms. 

Current MCP faculty specialize in a wide array of fields including sustainable urban planning, land use, environmental law, transportation, urban design, GIS , community planning, housing, and research methods.  Our proximity to Mexico allows students to focus on the U.S.-Mexico border and Latin America.  We also emphasize community outreach and internships.

We are pleased to invite students to apply to our Graduate MCP program for Fall 2012 admissions.  The application period runs from October 1, 2011 to February 1, 2012. 

Students can find information about applying on the Internet links at:    
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We look forward to receiving student applications.

Yours sincerely,
 Lawrence A. Herzog
Professor and MCP Coordinator
Graduate Program in City Planning
School of Public Affairs
Thank you,
Nancy Flitcraft, M.A.
Academic Coordinator
San Diego State University
School of Public Affairs
5500 Campanile Dr.
San Diego, CA  92182-4505
PH: (619)594-6084
FAX: (619)594-1165
Office:  PSFA 101