I feel like this is a silly question, but one that I wonder about none-the less.
With all the different planning titles for academic programs (Master of Urban Planning, Master of Community and Regional Planning, Master of City and Regional Planning etc etc) does it really matter which one you receive? Would an interviewer in a large city really care that your programs title is "Community and Regional Planning", as opposed to one of the others?
I feel like the actual program and what you studied and worked with during school is what future employers will look at. Am I correct, or does it really matter which acronym accompanies your Masters degree?