Graduate Certificate in Development & Environmental Planning

This certificate is designed to give students insight into development and environmental planning issues at the city, state and federal levels.  In the planning profession, planners assist communities to formulate plans and policies to meet social, economic, environmental, and cultural needs in the face of societal forces.  They do so by identifying problems and opportunities, evaluating alternative solutions or plans, and communicating their findings in a way that allow citizens and public officials to make knowledgeable decisions about the future.

Courses in this certificate are available through online and campus-based instruction.  

Certificate Requirements

Students are required to take:

Due to course rotations, this program takes a minimum of 2 semesters to complete.

Contact Information

Dr. Misun Hur, Assistant Professor
Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment
212-A Brewster Building

Admissions Information

This certificate is only available to ECU MBA students. The certificate can replace the electives component of the ECU MBA degree. ECU students should complete this form to add the certificate to their degree plan.