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    University of Kansas

    Hello-

    I am wrapping up a BA in Environmental Studies at UMKC (also have a BS in History) and am looking towards grad school in 2007. Right now I am considering KU, partially because i've always wanted to go there, mainly because I have a profound interest in urban planning. I'm also comfortable with the KC and Lawrence region (originally from St. Louis). Does anybody on here have any experience or thoughts (good or bad) with/on the program at KU?

    any thoughts would be appreciated!

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    Quote Originally posted by SuburbanNation
    Does anybody on here have any experience or thoughts (good or bad) with/on the program at KU?
    I got my MRCP from K-State, so I don't have any direct knowledge of KU's program, although I believe it to focus on urban enviroment, design and environmental planning as opposed to K-State's lean towards small town and rural planning.
    "And all this terrible change had come about because he had ceased to believe himself and had taken to believing others. " - Leo Tolstoy

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    Quote Originally posted by Budgie
    I got my MRCP from K-State, so I don't have any direct knowledge of KU's program, although I believe it to focus on urban enviroment, design and environmental planning as opposed to K-State's lean towards small town and rural planning.
    People I have spoken with have also referred to K-State around here - probably stemming from UMKCs cooperation with the K-State architecture program.

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