Master of International Planning Studies

The Master of International Planning Studies (MIPS) is a 30-credit program that is designed for:

1) An international audience seeking to upgrade skills without the need to meet all U.S. planning capabilities

2) Mid career professionals with experience in international planning, and

3) Prospective students planning to work internationally, such as military personnel seeking online credentials.

The program is ideal for domestic practitioners currently employed in urban and regional planning or related fields who desire additional knowledge in the field of community and regional development in the U.S. and other countries around the globe, as well as international professionals needing a degree and credentials for upward mobility in their workplace.

More information is available at the Registrar’s Office: Masters in International Planning Studies.

How to Apply 

Courses will be available starting Fall Semester 2021.  

To register for the Master of International Planning Studies, please go to: https://online.msu.edu/programs/int-planning-studies.

Contact

For inquiries or questions about this program, please contact Dr. Mark Wilson at wilsonmm@msu.edu.