The School offers a professionally-accredited Master of Urban Planning degree, within which students can pursue one of four options: (a) the core program, (b) a concentration in the subfield of Transportation Planning, (c) a concentration in the subfield of Urban Development and Urban Design, or (d) the Barbados Field Study Semester in the Fall of the second year. Details of our programme offerings can be found by following the links shown to the left. The application deadline for all academic programs offered at the School is the 15th of January of each year for the academic year beginning the following Fall.
Applicants must have completed their first degree at the time of application: they must upload a transcript indicating that their degree is completed. For most applicants this will mean that their first degree has been completed by end of summer of the year preceding the year of entry to the program. Typically, students admitted to the MUP program have worked (in a wide variety of positions) at least one or two years prior to applying. Basic proficiency in algebra and statistics is expected of all applicants.
The School is pleased to announce the launch of its concentration in Urban Development and Urban Design as of the Winter 2018 academic term. Please see details here.