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Urban Land Development 

Location and hours

MS in Urban Land Development
Department of Public Policy & Administration
Tahoe Hall, Room 3038
fax 916/278-6544

Academic Advising
Rob Wassmer, Program Director

Summer Office Hours
June 2 - August 22, 2014
Monday - Friday 8:00 - 12:30 & 1:00 - 2:45

Campus Closed
July 4 ..... Independence Day

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The Department of Public Policy and Administration offers the Master of Science in Urban Land Development. This program brings together the private and public aspects of real estate development and helps students develop skills related to land development in metropolitan areas. Our interdisciplinary program covers all major aspects of the development process including design, feasibility analysis, land use regulation, market and location analysis, and negotiation. Our graduates bridge the gap between professional training in fields such as city planning and public policy, and business administration. Graduates learn to understand the constraints and incentives faced by both the private and public sectors when making land use recommendations and decisions.

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Priority application period
Fall 2015 is October 1 - December 1, 2014
(application accepted through March 1, 2015)