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Planning the future, OU Regional & City Planning

The University of Oklahoma Division of Regional and City Planning faculty prepare students to address the challenges that face the cities, towns and rural areas  in Oklahoma and nationally.

The OU RCPL program, founded in 1947, is one of the oldest programs west of the Mississippi River. Like other divisions within the OU College of Architecture, students also have access to a multidisciplinary learning environment and with a low student-faculty ratio, students work closely with faculty to gain insight from their experience. This focus on communication and experience better prepares graduates for the collaborative work of successful city planning professionals.

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RCPL Degree Requirements

Are you looking for information on our curriculum?

See Program Information: Degree Requirements

Are you looking for information on applying to our program?

See Admissions

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Scholarships & Employment

Are you looking for information on student scholarships?

How about Internships or Employment?

Check out information under Student Life & Resources!

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RCPL Policies & Forms

Are you looking for College or Division Policies? 

Are you looking for forms you might need with internships

or the graduate college?

See Policies & Forms

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Recent News:


RCPL Faculty Position

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor - Regional and City Planning

Review of applications begins Feb. 22nd (open until filled)

Please go to:  (faculty positions, College of Architecture) to access full details on the posting and how to apply.

For questions regarding the application process, please contact Leehu Loon, Associate Dean of Administration at

New Employment Opportunties

Several student employment and internship opportunities, including both Oklahoma City and Tulsa area postings, are available in the Student Resources section.

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