The mission of the Ph.D. program in Urban and Regional Sciences is to develop scholars of distinguishing excellence in landscape, urban and environmental planning. [more]
Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Sciences semester outline…[more]
Links to course listings available for the Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Sciences…[more]
In 2001, the URSC program was reviewed by an external team.…[more]
Requirements for admission to the program…[more]
Information for students, about College Station, Texas, directory, career information, student organizations and related links…[more]
Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Sciences program brochure in pdf format: Program Brochure ( 498.5 KB)
For those receiving financial support, the average financial support provided per full-time graduate student (including tuition rebate) for the prior year, including research assistantships, teaching assistantships, fellowships, tuition, benefits, etc. that is "out-of-pocket" is $61,435.
The rolling three-year average of the number of discipline-related refereed papers/publications, juried creative /performance accomplishments, book chapters, notices of discoveries filed/patents issued, and books per year per core faculty member can be found in the following chart: Faculty Publications ( 213.1 KB)
In the prior year, the percentage of FTS with support/the number of FTS is 32.2%.
The last external Review for the Doctor of Philosophy in Urban and Regional Sciences was December 2009.
Not Applicable for the Doctor of Philosophy in Urban and Regional Sciences.