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Urban and Regional Planning Major - Environmental Planning Track

Our environment influences how we talk, live and grow. Cities are a tangible part of your world that become part of your daily life: the school where you grew up, your favorite grocery store, that graffiti-covered traffic sign you pass on the way to work, that old man always sitting on the park bench. City planning is not just about the buildings or roads, but the environment we build and how we interact with it every day. With an urban and regional planning (URPL) degree at Salisbury University, you can help create these worlds within worlds.

Why Choose the Environmental Planning Program at Salisbury University?

The environmental planning track integrates conservation and resource management with physical processes in the environment to promote sustainable development.

Careers for Environmental Planning Program Graduates

Our environmental planning program prepares students to compete for professional planning jobs in the private and public sectors, and to pursue graduate education. With a bachelor’s degree, you could become a junior or assistant planner, but you could also go on to careers in one of the following:

  • Public sector
    • city, county, state, and federal environmental planning, natural resources, coastal management, and community health
  • Private sector
    • environmental planning consulting, and brownfield redevelopment)
  • Non-profit organizations (advocacy planning, environmental conservation, and community health)
  • International development planning