The J.D. and Master of Science in Analytics dual-degree program is offered by the Center for Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth and School of City & Regional Planning in the College of Design at Georgia Institute of Technology .
Develop skills and knowledge through the latest in urban planning methodologies and legal components.
Georgia State University’s relationship with Georgia Tech provides unique learning opportunities on cutting-edge research insights to solve legal and urban-planning problems.
- City Planner
- Community Development Consultant
- Data Analyst
- Economic Development Officer
- Department Counsel
- Transportation Planner
- Regional Planner
- Housing Policy & Projects Manager
- Historic Preservation Officer
Earn both degrees in a shorter time than if pursued separately.
- J.D. Required Courses: 42 credit hours
- J.D. Elective Courses: 48 credit hours
- 6 credit hours can count towards M.C.R.P. specialization requirements
- 15 credit hours can count towards M.C.R.P. elective credits
To pursue a dual degree, students must be accepted by both colleges and satisfy the curriculum requirements for both programs.
- Current J.D. students must apply for the dual degree and M.C.R.P. admission before the beginning of their third-year of law school.
- Current M.C.R.P. students must apply for the dual degree and J.D. admission before their second year of M.C.R.P. study.
Foundation or introductory coursework may be required for students based on their previous academic experience.
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