Community and Regional Planning offers five dual degrees in partnership with other graduate programs giving students an opportunity to supplement their planning degree with additional knowledge, skills, and expertise. Two options are offered with other programs within the School of Architecture: the dual degree with Sustainable Design and the dual degree with Urban Design. Three options are offered with other programs on campus: the dual degree in Latin American Studies with the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies, the dual degree in Law with the School of Law and the dual degree in Public Affairs with the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs.
Community and Regional Planning also offers a specialization in Historic Preservation.
For detailed information regarding the curriculum of a particular dual degree program, follow the links in the menu on the left hand side of this page. Faculty program contacts can also provide information and are listed below:
CRP/Latin American Studies: Professor Bjorn Sletto
CRP/Law: Professor Rachael Rawlins
CRP/Public Affairs: Professor Elizabeth Mueller
CRP/Sustainable Design: Professor Matt Fajkus
CRP/Urban Design: Professor Dean Almy
Historic Preservation Specialization: Professor Benjamin Ibarra
Dual Degree Admissions
In order to enroll in a dual degree program, students must be admitted to both programs of interest. It is recommended that prospective students review the detailed requirements for the dual degree they are interested in and then contact the relevant program director. To apply for admission to a dual degree program, an applicant must select the correct dual degree on the ApplyTexas application, follow the application instructions for each degree program, and meet all application deadlines for each degree program.
If an applicant is not admitted to the dual degree program, he or she may be offered admission to an individual degree program.
For more information you may also contact:
Graduate Admissions and Scholarship Coordinator