Multiple elements of planning and public policy, including transportation, education, community development, social policy, workforce development and labor economics, gender and inequality, regional planning and development, public health and environmental planning, urban informatics, geographic information science, among many different topical areas are covered in our program. Students receive training in advanced qualitative and quantitative methods in preparation for conducting independent research. Our students typically aspire for research careers in academia, government, the non-profit sector, and international organizations.
- Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy)
College Ave Campus - New Brunswick
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For full consideration, the deadline for applying is Dec 15th.