The University of Utah
College of Architecture + Planning

MCMP Dual Degrees

A student enrolled in a dual degree program will be able to earn two degrees in less time and with fewer overall credit requirements than if that student enrolled in each degree program independently. Completing a dual degree provides students with a competitive advantage in the job market.

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Public Administration and City & Metropolitan Planning

The Department of City & Metropolitan Planning, together with the College of Social & Behavior Science, offers a dual degree program that enables students to earn a Master in City & Metropolitan Planning (MCMP) and a Master of Public Administration (MPA), simultaneously. This dual degree will prepare students for careers in local government, particularly in rapidly growing small towns and rural areas where administrators and planners wear many hats.

Public Policy and City & Metropolitan Planning

The Department of City & Metropolitan Planning, together with the College of Social & Behavior Science, offers a dual degree program that enables students to earn a Master in City & Metropolitan Planning (MCMP) and a Master of Public Policy (MPP), simultaneously. This dual degree will prepare students to be leaders in government, nonprofit and private sectors.

Juris Doctor and City & Metropolitan Planning

The Department of City & Metropolitan Planning, together with the S.J. Quinney College of Law, offers a dual degree program that enables students to earn a Master of City & Metropolitan Planning (MCMP) degree and a Juris Doctor (JD) degree, simultaneously. The subject of city and metropolitan planning in the United States can hardly be broached without directly incorporating some aspect of the American legal system. Similarly, a significant element of modern state and local government law involves topics and processes that are central to planning practices.

Real Estate Development and City & Metropolitan Planning

The Department of City & Metropolitan Planning, together with the David Eccles School of Business and the Department of Finance, offers a dual degree program that enables students to earn a Master of City & Metropolitan Planning (MCMP) degree and a Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) degree, simultaneously. The MCMP/MRED program is designed for those students seeking to combine the planning and real estate development professions.