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Undergraduate preparation in college algebra and microeconomics is recommended prior to enrolling in the MURP program. Before enrolling in the program, students must demonstrate the ability to master skills in quantitative methods. This requirement can be met by a grade of B+ or better in a college mathematics course (minimum level: College Algebra), a minimum quantitative GRE percentile rank of 56, or satisfactory completion of a three-week preparatory Math Camp offered by the Urban Planning department, prior to the beginning of the Fall Quarter.
1.If you are applying to UCLA as a graduate student for the first time, or if you have applied before but were not admitted, complete all parts of the application. The $105.00 (for U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents) or $125.00 (for all other applicants) application fee must be submitted online by credit or debit card before the application can be processed.2.If you filed an application for graduate admission at UCLA within the last year and were admitted but did not register, be sure to select Renewal from the dropdown menu at Application Type in the application. Submit only the application, and any additional or updated information or records. One renewal of application is accepted without the application fee.
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Statement of Purpose
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Submitting your international transcripts
When applying to a UCLA graduate program, each international applicant is required to submit to that program official records from all academic institutions she or he attended.Official records are defined as original documents issued by the institution—not photocopies—which bear the actual signature of the Registrar and the seal of the issuing institution. If you have attended more than one institution, separate official records should be submitted by each institution.
The UCLA Department of Urban Planning is at the intersection of unique academic, regional, geographic and professional resources that create a learning environment unlike any other. Los Angeles, one of the most culturally diverse and exciting urban settings in the world, serves as a unique laboratory for faculty and students to study and solve urban issues and problems. The world-class faculty in the department — nationally and internationally recognized scholars and leaders in community development, environmental planning, housing, land development, regional and international development, transportation, and urban design — prepare master’s and doctoral degree students to address the social, economic and spatial relationships that shape society.
For more than 40 years, UCLA’s Department of Urban Planning has been a leading center of innovation and action. We are consistently ranked among the nation’s top planning programs. We study urgent and topical issues at multiple scales and using interdisciplinary approaches — from local community development in Southern California to global environmental degradation.
207 Applied Microeconomics for Urban Planning
220B Quantitative Analysis for Urban Planning II
211 Law and the Quality of Urban Life
220A Quantitative Analysis in Urban Planning I
242 Poverty and Inequality
222A Introduction to Histories and Theories of Urban Planning
271 Community Economic Development
237A Sectoral Analysis
280 Affordable Housing Development
229-2 Housing Markets and Policy
283 Community Research and Organizing
235A Urbanization in the Developing World
218 Graphics and Urban Information
274 Intro to Physical Planning
281 Introduction to the History of the Built Environment in the US
282 Urban Design: Theories, Paradigms, Applications
273 Site Planning
261 Land Use Planning
232 Disaster Management and Response
237A Sectoral Analysis