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  • Program Info

    A degree in planning consists of topic areas such as the structure and functions of urban settlements, legal and political aspects of plan-making, ethics, problem-solving, and quantitative analysis. Planners require at least a Bacheloru2019s degree within the field but can range up to a Doctoral degree. The degree that a Planner receives depends on the specialization they are focusing on. Receiving an undergraduate degree in Urban Planning or City and Regional Planning are the programs that will set a future planner up for success. An individual with an undergraduate degree can work entry-level planning positions and tend to receive a Masteru2019s later in their career. Individuals who receive a Masteru2019s degree tend to have a variety of undergraduate backgrounds. Other than a bacheloru2019s degree in planning, many get degrees in geography, sociology, urban studies, environmental studies, engineering or architecture. Some planning positions require 1-2 years of experience in related fields such as architecture, public policy, or economic development. Many students gain this experience through part-time or full-time internships. Important skills for a Planner to have include analytical skills (GIS, analyzing information from different reports), communication skills, decision-making skills, and leadership skills. Planners can receive the American Institute of Certified Planners certification with the proper level of education and passing an exam. Stay up to date on the latest developments in green building through access tou00a0online coursesu00a0with an annual subscription to theu00a0USGBC course catalog.

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    Program Host: U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)

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Quick Facts
Program Host Type: Career Training
Program Focus: Green design & construction
Outcomes: Credential
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