MBA/MA in Community Development and Planning
The Dual MBA/MA in Community Development and Planning (CDP) combines MBA requirements with CDP coursework in the department of International Development, Community and Environment, which is dedicated to addressing the greatest challenges of the twenty-first century: environmental sustainability, social justice and economic well-being. The program consists of 24 units (1 unit equivalent to a 3-credit course).
The MA in CDP teaches students to meet the challenges of urban revitalization in the United States, helping you to comprehend the social, economic, and political forces that shape communities. Combined with the MBA coursework, students graduate prepared for leadership in a broad range of fields, including nonprofit operations and management, civil service, consulting, entrepreneurship and education. Details on coursework towards completing a dual MBA/MA in Community Development and Planning (CDP) is provided here.