The Master of City Planning (MCP) is a two-year professional degree in which students have the option of completing either a group studio or an independent thesis as their capstone project. Those who choose the thesis path spend a year working on their scholarly project with the support of an individual thesis advisor and the instructors of the fall Urban Research Methods course and spring Planning Thesis Studio course. This collection includes the capstone theses. The City & Regional Planning Department began digitally archiving these theses in the 2020-21 academic year. Prior theses are available in hard copy by request from the departmental administrator.