Pratt Institute: GCPE (Graduate center for planning and the environment)
Pratt Institute School of Architecture, the Programs For Sustainable Planning and Development (PSPD) is an alliance of four programs with a shared value placed on urban sustainability—defined by the “triple bottom line” of environment, equity, and economy.
The four graduate Master of Science programs are:
- City and Regional Planning Curriculum (60 Credits)
- Sustainable Environmental Systems Curriculum (40 Credits)
- Facilities Management Curriculum (50 Credits)
- Historic Preservation Curriculum (44 Credits)
The primary mission of the PSPD is to provide a professionally oriented education to a student body with diverse cultural, educational and professional backgrounds. The PSPD welcomes applicants with undergraduate degrees in a wide range of academic disciplines. In the application process, the PSPD values creativity, civic engagement and depth of experience, as well as intellectual capacity.