Three informative info. sessions are being held for prospective students to learn more about the Master of Urban and Regional Planning and the Master of Public Affairs.
- Hear what these master’s degrees have to offer
- Find out what planners and those in public affairs do
- Learn about career opportunities in planning or public affairs
- Discover how you can help people move, work and live better.
|Tuesday, Feb. 20th
|Wednesday, Mar. 20th
|Tuesday, April 23rd
For more information, please contact our Admissions Coordinator, Abbi Castle or 319-335-2773.
All undergraduate majors are accepted into the master’s programs in Urban and Regional Planning and Public Affairs
Email Abbi Castle to receive the passcode
What is Urban and Regional Planning?
Sustainable cities • Affordable housing shortages • Social Justice • Neighborhood revitalization • Land development • Mobility and Traffic congestion • Economic development • Climate planning and the environment
Master’s degree specializations
economic development, land use and environmental planning, housing and community development, geographic information systems (GIS)
What is Public Affairs?
City management • Policy analysis • Nonprofit management • Public policy
Graduates secure jobs in government, private consulting firms and nonprofit organizations.