This certificate program is designed for individuals who want to develop analytical skills and stay current on issues of regional land use, transportation, and economic development. It provides students with a perspective on the institutions of municipal and metropolitan planning and issues affecting the delivery of public services, and it explores innovative solutions to urban and suburban development problems. This certificate is offered in conjunction with The Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development. The Institute offers a variety of programs regarding land use, infrastructure and transportation in the region.
|MPS 571||METROPOLITAN PLANNING||4|
|LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION|
|STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING|
|ECONOMIC FOUNDATIONS OF PUBLIC SERVICE|
|ADVOCACY AND LOBBYING|
|GIS FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT|
|HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT|
|STUDY ABROAD SEMINAR IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION/INSTITUTIONS|
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Non-degree seeking students
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Complete a DePaul University School of Public Service graduate admission online application; submit undergraduate and (if applicable) graduate transcripts (a GPA of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale is recommended but not required for admission); and a resume.
Students enrolled in other DePaul graduate degree programs
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Complete a DePaul University School of Public Service graduate admission online application. Submit a resume.