Community and Regional Planning
College of Design
Fall Term: February 1
Fall Term: August 20
Winter Term: December 1
Spring Term: March 1
This program may accept applications after the posted deadline on a space-available basis. Refer to the program’s website for more details.
MEDIAN TIME TO DEGREE
The master of community and regional planning (CRP) program trains policy-oriented planners for leadership positions in the public, nonprofit and private sectors.
The program is ideal for students seeking a challenging education with a strong emphasis on applied learning.
The program is flexible, allowing students to develop a focus based on their career goals or pursue a joint degree in programs such as environmental studies, law, business, landscape architecture, or public administration.
The CRP program is a professionally accredited master's program that has awarded degrees in planning since 1968.
The progressive planning and environmental programs of the state of Oregon and the applied, problem-solving orientation of the CRP program attracts an increasing number of students from the U.S. and the Pacific Basin.
The two-year degree program enrolls approximately 25-30 students each year.
Application at a Glance
You apply for admission through your program. Detailed instructions are available on the program’s website.
UO Application Requirements
- Official Transcripts
- English Language Proficiency Requirement for International Applicants
- Financial Verification for International Applicants
Program-Specific Application Requirements
- Letters of Recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
- GRE (UO Institution Code: 4846)