I have a BA in Art History from 2000. I've worked the past four years and am now looking to apply to urban planning graduate programs in Fall '05. I'm taking Sociological Statistics and Microeconomics this summer and the last 60 hours of my undergrad GPA comes to 3.29, if I calculated it right.
I'm interested in working for private (consulting) firms in international development/planning. Can anyone recommend any good schools or rankings of schools? I'm going to look at the ACSP's Guide but I don't know how much help that will be.
I've been looking at UIUC's program but haven't really seen anyone talk about it on here.
Any recommendations/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Edit: Did I make some faux pas by saying I wanted to work for a private consulting firm in international development?