I was wondering if getting a second planning degree is necessary if my first degree (Eastern Michigan University) is fully accredited by the PAB. i understand that there is only a 3 year wait to become certified for the AICP degree...
Since i went to a school who is or was (dunno if they got re-certified but i'm grandfathered in so it doesn't effect me), does it even make since to get a 2nd planning degree.....
my areas of interest are in Rural / Small city planning and alot of my undergrad methods research is in Rural growth management / smaller cities growth management.
Pennyslvania State - ONLINE DEGREE - Economic Development / Planning (something of that nature not sure what the program is called off the top of my head)
Pennsylvania State - Rural Sociology
University of Missouri - Rural Sociology
University of Georgia - Environmental Planning / Design
Any Public Affairs Degree
Any Public Administration Degree (that's what my minor is)
Any Urban Affairs degree
or any other policy / sociology / architecture program that is out there....
i was debating also maybe going into Landscape Architecture.... i have areas of interest, but dunno what i should do as far as getting a 2nd planning degree or expanding my educational skillset