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Planning and Public Policy

Planning and Public Policy (PHD) New Brunswick

  U.S. Non-U.S.
Fall 2024 Dec 15, 2023 Dec 15, 2023
Fall 2025 Dec 15, 2024 Dec 15, 2024

The School of Graduate Studies - New Brunswick

Areas of Concentration

Community Development, Economics, Education, Environmental, GIS, Gender, Health, Housing, International Development, Labor/Workforce Development, Land Use Planning, Law, Management, Physical Planning, Political Economy, Political Processes & Institutions, Poverty, Public/Urban Informatics, Race and Ethnicity, Real Estate, Regional Planning, Science & Technology, Social Justice, Social Policy, State & Local Finance, Statistical Methods, Transportation

Program Requirements

Application, Personal Statement of Interest (must be electronic), official transcripts, three Letters of Recommendation, formal writing sample (in addition to personal statement), vitae/resume (must be uploaded electronically via graduate admissions website).

Test Requirements

GRE General.

Personal Statement Instructions

Why do you want to obtain a PhD in Planning and Public Policy? (250-500 words), What are your specific research interests within the field of Planning and Public Policy? (500-750 words), Why is the Bloustein School an appropriate doctoral program in which to pursue your research interests? (250-500 words), What else should the admissions committee know about you when evaluating your application? (250-500 words)