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PLAN 601. RESEARCH PROJECT. 1-15 Credits.

Pre-requisites: substantial completion of degree requirements and permission of the instructor, department chair and college dean.
A major planning project approved by the student's advisory committee. Students must file a record of study in the standard research format which will describe the approach, objectives, methods and conclusions of the project.

Political Science & Public Policy: Political Science, International Affairs, Public Administration, & Urban & Regional Planning

James E. Headley, Chair Political Science and Public Policy: Political Science, International Affairs, Public Administration, and Planning  department web page

Urban & Regional Planning

Degrees EWU offers both graduate and undergraduate paths towards obtaining an accredited, professional degree in Urban and Regional Planning.  The links on this page take you to pages that provide additional details on the undergraduate and graduate degrees as well as some alternative options and the Minor in Urban and Regional Planning.

Urban and Regional Planning, Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP)

The MURP Program is a two-year professional curriculum. The program is one of only four in the Pacific Northwest states that is professionally accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board.

Graduate Studies

...a Y grade is received. Urban and Regional Planning PLAN 601 , PLAN 695 10 credits


...great importance to students planning graduate work in...project in RTC ( ENGL 601 ). Literature students must...


...following facilities: Catalyst Building 601 E. Riverside Ave...resource sharing eco-district planned for the development...

School of Business

...year degree programs. Students planning on transferring from...of Business Graduate Programs 601 E. Riverside Avenue...


...personal statement on career plans and interest HIST 600 , HIST 601 or HIST 602...