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M.S Bioregional Planning and Community Design

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Enhancing local communities

Prepare to create communities based on strategic, sustainable growth and enhance cultures, resource bases, the environment and economic health with this interdisciplinary program. Develop research and problem-solving skills while drawing on the expertise of nine academic departments in eight colleges. This program can be customized to fit your career plans.

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  • Interdisciplinary program bringing together experience and expertise from 8 academic departments.
  • Partner with students and professors on real-life projects to help Idaho communities fulfill sustainable growth visions.
  • Offered on our Moscow campus and at our Boise-based Urban Design Center

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Students in our Moscow program pursue a wide variety of research interests in emerging social, economic and environmental issues. They have immediate access to a diverse group of faculty and the opportunity to work with the Kootenai and Nez Perce tribes and the Center for Resilient Communities.

Boise

Boise is an ideal living laboratory for studying urban planning and design, where students collaborate with the public and private sectors on real-world projects. Students at our Boise center are immersed in an intimate, interdisciplinary studio setting with graduate students in architecture and landscape architecture.

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Bioregional Planning & Community Design

Phone: 208-364-4595

Fax: 208-885-9428

Email: jvos@uidaho.edu

Bioregional Planning & Community Design

Physical Address:

322 E. Front Street
Suite 390
Boise, ID 83702

Phone: 208-364-4595

Fax: 208-885-9428

Email: jvos@uidaho.edu