This has probably been covered, but I'm currently an undergrad looking to go into either architecture, urban planning or historic preservation. My questions are:
1. Will getting an MArch qualify me for planning jobs if I decide to go that route, or would an MUP be necessary?
2. How much historic preservation do planners do? Is it more big picture stuff, and then the rest is left to architects?
3. Can you do Urban Design with an MUP, or do you need to have an architecture degree to practice that field?
Thanks for responding!