Another undergrad question,
I'm interested in planning with a concentration in land use policy. So far I have a list of five grad schools I'll probably apply to for summer/fall 2006 admissions. One of them is on the west coast... in LA.
Are there major differences in the curriculum of a east coast school vs. a west coast school... considering my concentration is land use policy?
My psychology is 'old urbanism,' and I'll definetly pursue a career on the east coast or an rust belt city. What I'm worried about is having an emphasis on California style developments [cough]sprawl[/cough] and little to nothing on urban infill and urban issues.
Are my concerns legitiment?
USC's dual Real Estate/Planning