Training urban planners for careers in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors

The Master of Science in Urban Planning and Policy (MUPP) trains leaders interested in building just and sustainable solutions to today’s critical urban problems. The program combines the expertise in urban planning, policy analysis, and data analytics from the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs with expertise in physical planning, design, and data visualization from the School of Architecture. Its curriculum provides students with a solid foundation in research design and statistics, economic analysis, legal foundations planning, and the history of urban development and urban planning. Students also specialize in one of four concentrations — urban analytics, urban sustainability and resilience, urban design and physical planning, and urban development policy and planning. Read More

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Research in the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

Research in the School of Architecture

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