Each year, UCI students in our MURP program conduct Professional Report projects as part of their graduation requirements. The Professional Report is an opportunity for students to spend approximately 6 months working on an independent, real world planning project.
Students work on a wide range of issues, including land use planning, urban design, environmental planning, community and economic development, housing, international planning, transportation planning, and others. Each student works with a faculty mentor and a professional client. The client provides real world expertise connected to the project. Students conduct the projects "pro bono"; there is no cost to clients for having students conduct a project for their firm or agency.