I'm trying to decide which path to take. There's Cranfield grad school in the UK that has an Airport Planning masters. Or I can get an Urban Planning degree from a US accredited school.
Obviously, the Airport Planning degree is very specific and more information based, where as an urban planning degree seems more apt to give me analytical skills and a broader base of knowledge.
I like the flexibility of the urban planning degree (if my future interests change) and the fact that its accredited. (though not sure how much that matters) I like the Airport Planning degree because it might really help me springboard into the aviation industry.
I've thought about doing an urban planning degree specializing in transportation but I'm not sure if that will be good enough to get me into airports.
What are your thoughts?