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The City and Regional Planning Program is located within the Department of City Planning and Real Estate Development, a division of the College of Architecture, Arts & Humanities. This professional masters degree program was established in 1968 and has been fully accredited since 1973 with more than 627 graduates. As the only graduate planning program in South Carolina, the program plays a pivotal role in the development of the planning profession in the state and region. Graduate planning students come from a variety of undergraduate majors and professional backgrounds. The MCRP program typically has annual classes of approximately 15-20 students providing the opportunity for extensive faculty involvement in teaching, research, and public service. Students come from many states
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International students are expected to have at least a 600/250/100 TOEFL score, in order to complement the GRE standards. On occasion, students who do not meet the minimum expectation in a given requirement have been admitted when they have demonstrated professional experience or exceptional capacity for the planning profession.
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