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Urban planners identify community needs, then partner with public officials, engineers, architects, artists, developers and others to provide short- and long-term solutions through innovation and design.
The primary role you'll serve as an urban planner will be to assist with all facets of land use projects in a community. Projects may include:
An education at UNT in Urban Policy and Planning will equip you with these core competencies:
A career in urban planning is classified as a "bright outlook occupation" by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and is currently one of the fastest growing fields in the world.
Earning a degree in Urban Policy and Planning will help prepare you for competitive placement within in-demand areas including: