The bachelor's degree/master's program, offered by Douglass College
in cooperation with the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and
Public Policy, permits students from the regular arts and sciences
curricula at Douglass to complete both the baccalaureate and master of
public policy or master of city and regional planning degrees in a
total of five years of study. Students admitted to the program take up
to six graduate courses in their senior year, followed by a summer
internship, and complete their graduate studies in the fifth year.