I'm interested in getting my masters degree in urban planning. I'll be graduating in the spring of 2009 with my bachelors in chemistry. I've come to the realization that I don't want to conduct chemistry research or even work with chemistry any longer. Will having my degree in chemistry negatively affect my chances of getting into a masters program for UP?
Also, are there any really stand-out UP programs with focuses in sustainable development? I think this is the field I would be most interested in, but, admittedly, I don't know very much about the other fields (transportation, policy, economic development, land use, etc). If any of you work/are familiar with these fields, could you elaborate?
Thanks in advance to everyone for their input.