Master of Science in Sustainable Urban Management
The Master of Science in Sustainable Urban Management provides analytical and strategic skills for professionals to help them manage change in urban areas. All students take core courses in Urban History and Theory and Urban and Regional Analysis. They also take the two-course sequence designed solely for this degree program, Urban Skills and Applications I and II, in which they integrate their skills into an urban systems framework. Students select their specialization courses from one of three areas of study: Regional Systems and Informatics, Energy and Environment, or Governance and Community.
|UP 504||Urban History and Theory||4|
|UP 512||Urban Skills & Applications I: Colloquium||4|
|UP 505||Urban and Regional Analysis||4|
|UP 513||Urban Skills & Applications II: Chicago Practicum||4|
|Primary Area of Study: Students will pick one (Regional Systems and Informatics, Energy and Environment, Governance and Community||12|