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Prospective Students

Prospective Students

The Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning offers one of the finest city and regional planning educations in the nation. Planetizen named Tech’s MCRP program tenth in the nation in 2019. 

Our School offers the Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning, the Master of City and Regional Planning (MCRP) and the Master of Science in Geographic Information Science and Technology (MS-GIST).

MCRP students have several dual degree options combining this degree with the Master of Science in Geographic Information Science and Technology, the Master of Architecture, the Master of Science in Civil Engineering, the Master of Science in Public Policy or the Juris Doctor degrees.

Attend a Virtual Information Session

Take the opportunity to learn about city planning at Georgia Tech, our MCRP and MS-GIST degree programs, the application process, and funding your education. Students will hear from the School chair, program directors, and current students.

Our virtual information sessions last an hour with extra time at the end for Q&A with our presenters. They will take place on BlueJeans Events. Please register below to receive the link to join the webinar.

Join Our Prospective Student Email List

Interested in learning more about the School of City & Regional Planning? Want to hear about our upcoming information sessions? Do you need a reminder to start on your application as deadlines approach? Sign up here to join our mailing list for interested students! 

Planning at Georgia Tech

Planners help the people who live in cities and regions to imagine better futures for themselves and to make those futures happen. With a technology based approach, we teach you to craft processes and design places that lead to better communities.

Students take full advantage of the academic, social, and professional development resources here at Tech.

The Institute's many research centers provide outstanding opportunities for in-depth research during graduate studies. 

The Student Planning Association (SPA) organizes a variety of social, academic, and community outreach events to enhance students' personal, educational, and professional development.  

Our 1,400+ alumni share aspirations and a common past that draw them to each other and keep them regularly involved with SPA and school events.

Where better to study planning than at Georgia Tech?

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Academics

Learn more about our academic programs and requirements.
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Admissions Checklist

Familiarize yourself with our application process and admissions requirements.
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Apply Now

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Financial Aid

Take a look at the opportunities available to Georgia Tech and SCaRP students.
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Student Life

Learn about why studying at Georgia Tech is more than just getting a degree.
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