City Planning: MCP
from the Bulletin
The Master of City Planning (MCP) program is designed to prepare students for a wide variety of professional roles in planning for urban and regional development. The professional planner frequently functions as a member of a multidisciplinary team and may be involved in such tasks as the analysis of policy alternatives, formulation of public investment programs, forecasting and monitoring urban and regional systems performance, development of joint programs among various public and private sector institutions, and plan design and implementation.
The Metropolitan College MCP emphasizes a theoretical and methodological core curriculum common to the numerous roles and specializations within the urban and regional planning field, as well as coursework specialized for several career options.