Bioregional Planning and Community Design (M.S.)

Master of Science. Major in Bioregional Planning and Community Design.

The Bioregional Planning and Community Design M.S. degree requires the completion of 44 units of course work. Specific requirements are: core requirement (20 cr); additional competency via restricted and free elective requirements (12 cr); area of specialization (9 cr); and final project or thesis. The final project can take the form of a professional report or a client report. See the BIOP student handbook for actual specific course requirements.