Students in the Master in Urban Planning (MUP) program can undertake concurrent degrees with other departments at the GSD and joint degrees with certain schools outside the GSD. Concurrent degree students must be in full-time residence at the GSD for at least one additional year beyond the longer of the two degree programs.

Concurrent Degrees

Popular concurrent degrees include MUP with:
Master in Landscape Architecture (MLA)
Master in Architecture (MArch)
Master in Urban Design (MAUD/MLAUD)
Master in Design Studies (MDes)

In addition to the general combination of the MUP with any MDes area, it is possible to use a dual degree in MUP and MDes to pursue advanced training in physical planning, over the course of three years of study.

For general information and policies on pursuing concurrent degrees, visit the main page on Concurrent Degrees.

Joint Degrees

Joint degree programs include:
Public Policy and Urban Planning
Public Administration and Urban Planning
Law and Urban Planning
Public Health and Urban Planning