City and Regional Planning
Pratt’s accredited City and Regional Planning program graduates practitioners with the technical, strategic thinking, and collaborative know-how to plan and implement improvements for neighborhoods, cities, and metropolitan areas.
Of the 264 planning programs in the country, Pratt’s City and Regional Planning program ranks third nationally among master’s degree-granting institutions that do not also grant PhDs. Pratt ranks 25th nationally among all programs, including those that grant PhDs. It ranks 9th in the Northeast region, and 13th among all programs offering part-time study. The rankings are in the Planetizen Guide to Graduate Urban Planning Programs—the only comprehensive ranking and listing of graduate urban planning programs available.
Programs for Sustainable Planning and Development
Higgins Hall, Room 206
61 St. James Place
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Eve Baron, Chair