School of City & Regional Planning Accepts Applications for Faculty

Employment Opportunities.

The School of City and Regional Planning at the Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications for three tenure-track Assistant Professor positions with core research and teaching interests in one or more of the following domains: a) housing, community, and/or real estate development; b) local and regional economic development; and c) urban spatial analytics and data science.

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Subhro Guhathakurta Named New City & Regional Planning Chair


Dr. Steven P. French, dean and John Portman Chair in the College of Design at Georgia Tech announced on May 31, 2018, that Dr. Subhrajit Guhathakurta has been named the new chair in the School of City and Regional Planning. The appointment took effect July 1, 2018.

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About Us

The School of City & Regional Planning is ranked as the 7th best planning school in the nation. Click here to learn more about our programs, faculty & research. 

Undergraduate Planning

Our certificate in Real Estate Development is open to all undergrads. We also offer a minor in Sustainable Cities and other courses for undergraduates at Georgia Tech.

Master Degrees

We offer the Master of City and Regional Planning, the Master of Science in Geographic Information Science and Technology, the Master of Science in Urban Design.

Doctoral Degree

Ph.D. students pursue research in economic and community development, housing, land use, environment, transportation, planning theory, collaborative governance and urban design.

Student Life

SCaRP students engage with the Georgia Tech and Atlanta communities in innovative, transformative and informative ways. Would you expect any less from a planner?

Research + Engagement

SCaRP faculty and student research is highly valued. Through their research, the award-winning Georgia Tech planning community is making an impact that is changing the world for the better.

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