About this Dual Degree Program

This dual degree program provides a unique niche for graduate students to enhance their opportunities in industry, non-governmental organizations, and government by providing space to explore and gain expertise in water science and resource management, sustainable urban and regional planning and the application of technology to address key water-related challenges facing society.

It prepares you for careers in community development; environmental and natural resources planning; hazard mitigation and disaster recovery planning; parks and recreation development; project management; smart city planning; sustainability; urban design; and more.

This program gives you the opportunity to earn a Master of Science in Urban Planning from the School of Landscape Architecture and Planning and a Master of Science in Water, Society and Policy from the School of Natural Resources and the Environment within three years.

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Dual Degree Requirements