University of New Orleans — Planning and Urban Studies
- Program Type:
- Coverdell Fellows
- Planning and Urban Studies
- Degrees Awarded:
- Urban Studies (MS), Urban Studies (PhD), Urban and Regional Planning (MURP)
- Admissions Deadlines:
Masters - rolling; Ph.D.- January 15
- Program Start:
- August, January
- Program Founded:
- June, 1999
Benefits are awarded through a competitive process. Accepted Fellows are eligible to be appointed as graduate assistants and receive paid tuition plus a stipend of $850 per month at the master's level and $1000 - $1250 per month at the doctoral level. As part of their assistantships fellows may be offered placement with nonprofit agencies or local units of government actively involved in community development projects.
Concentrations for the master of urban and regional planning program are: housing and community development; land use and the environment; and historic preservation. The master of science in urban studies program has possible concentrations in applied urban anthropology, geography, or urban planning and individualized concentrations are also possible. The University of New Orleans' Planning and Urban Studies Department has a long and distinguished record of service to the diverse communities of the New Orleans metropolitan area.
Applicants must complete the Planning and Urban Studies Department application form and meet competitive admissions requirements.
For inquiries about Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program, call 855.855.1961 x1440.
Planning and Urban Studies Department
Planning and Urban Studies Department 368 Milneburg Hall 2000 Lakeshore Drive
New Orleans, Louisiana 70148
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