Dual Degrees

For students whose professional goals and interests bridge academic disciplines, the MRED degree can be completed as a dual program with a Master of City and Metropolitan Planning, a Master of Architecture or a Juris Doctor. By pursuing a dual degree, students open doors to broader employment options post-graduation and bring a unique perspective to each industry. Dual-degree students are able to pursue two degrees simultaneously, while reducing the overall credit requirements for both programs. Please note that a separate application is required for each program.

The MRED/MCMP program is designed for students who are seeking to combine the planning and development professions. The dual degree provides graduates with broader employment options after graduation and throughout their careers. Graduates may pursue positions in public (federal, state and local level), private, or nonprofit planning, and/or development agencies.
The MRED/MArch dual degree is designed to accelerate professional preparation in both architecture and development, and to provide students a platform for quickly understanding how changes in design and development affect their professional activities.
The MRED/JD dual degree provides graduates with broad employment options after graduation and throughout their careers. Graduates may pursue positions in public (federal, state and local level), private, or nonprofit sectors, and/or in development agencies.