The Urban Planning programs offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees in urban and regional planning. Both degree programs are professionally accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board.
Through the unique relations between EWU's urban planning programs and American Indian tribal governments in the region along with the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI), and the operation of the Northwest Tribal Technical Assistance Program, EWU has developed a curriculum in American Indian tribal planning at the graduate level to serve tribal government leaders and staff, American Indian students, and anyone interested in understanding tribal planning. The Tribal Planning Executive Certificate is a 23 credit curriculum that can be part of the MURP or other graduate programs at EWU or a stand-alone certificate. The purpose of the Executive Certificate is to provide executive-level education on tribal planning and tribal government administration, programs and services to American Indian tribal leaders, staff, tribal members and all interested students. All students must complete the graduate admission requirements for the MURP Program.
Executive Tribal Planning Certificate:
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