The 48-credit master of city and regional planning (M.C.R.P.) and the 36-credit master of public informatics (M.P.I.) can be combined into
a 60-credit M.C.R.P./M.P.I. dual-degree option. To
complete the option, students must be separately accepted to each degree pathway.
The M.C.R.P. degree requires a set of core, concentration, and elective courses. The list of core,
concentration, and elective courses for the M.C.R.P. degree may be found the Bloustein School website