I'm currently in community college in Canada right now and I have 1 more year until I complete my 3-year program. I was wondering if applying for a Master's in urban planning without a bachelor's degree is a good idea.
There are two schools I've seen so far that would accept me without the bachelors, depending on the application I submit. They are York University and Dalhousie University:
I know I still have to fight the odds of getting accepted, but my question is if it's a good idea. Would these degrees considered a "degree mill", even though both of these programs are recognized by the Canadian Institute of Planners.
Or would it be better to start from the undergraduate level?