Georgia Tech’s graduate planning program ranked No. 5 nationally

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Georgia Tech’s Master of City and Regional Planning is building its national stature. Planetizen, an online publication that caters to urban and regional planning professionals  has just released its top schools for urban planners. Georgia Tech has climbed from No. 8 to No. 5 in the country since the last edition was published

The four schools that have a higher rank than Georgia Tech are: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1); University of California – Berkeley; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; and University of California, Los Angeles. Rounding out the Top 10 are: Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey (6); Cornell University (7); University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill (8); University of Southern California (9); and Harvard University (10).

“The Planetizen Guide is a widely-used, rich source of information about graduate planning programs in the United States,” said Bruce Stiftel, chair of the School of City and Regional Planning, in a story written on its website. “Identification as a top five program by Planetizen in their performance indicator-based ranking is a welcome recognition of Georgia Tech’s innovative and professionally-engaged planning education.”

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