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Urban Design (BS) Program

The Bachelor of Science degree is awarded upon completion of 120 credits, as designated by the program. A maximum of 60 credits may be transferred from other institutions. Students must maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average and fulfill all requirements in a timely manner.

Note: This curriculum applies to students who enter Parsons as first-year students in fall 2013 and after. Current students who entered Parsons in a prior academic year and incoming and prospective transfer students with sophomore or junior standing should refer to the Parsons catalog appropriate to their catalog year. See Academic Policies for more details.

First Year F S
PUFY 1000 Integrative Studio 1 3 -
PUFY 1010 Integrative Seminar 1 3 -
PUFY 1100 Sustainable Systems* 3 -
PUFY 1020 Space/Materiality** 3 -
PUFY 1030 Drawing/Imaging** 3 -
PUFY 1040 Time** - 3
PUFY 1001 Integrative Studio 2 - 3
PUFY 1011 Integrative Seminar 2 - 3
PLHT 1000 Objects as History* - 3
Elective
- 3
15 15
Sophomore Year F S
PUUD 2810 Urban Design Studio 1 3 -
PSDS xxxx Visualizing Urban Change 3 -
ULEC 2620 The Dynamic Metropolis: Lecture 0 -
ULEC 2621 The Dynamic Metropolis: Discussion 3 -
UURB 2xxx Urban Core Lab: Research and Fieldwork Seminar 3 -
PUUD 2820 Urban Design Studio 2 - 3
Modeling - 3
UURB 2xxx History of World Urbanism - 3
Electives
3 6
15 15
Junior Year F S
PUUD 3800 Urban Design Studio 3 6 -
Urban Toolbox 3 -
PUUD 3801 Urban Design Studio 4 - 6
UURB 3xxx Theories of Urbanism - 3
ULEC University Lecture Elective
3 -
Electives
3 3
Elective: Urban
- 3
15 15
Senior Year F S
PUUD 4xxx Urban Design Studio 5 6 -
Advanced Urban Concepts 3 -
Urban Core Project 3 -
PUUD 4801 Urban Design Senior Studio - 6
Advanced Urban Design Issues - 3
Comparative/Non-Western Urbanism - 3
Elective: Science
3 -
Elective
- 3
15 15
TOTAL CREDITS 120

*Objects as History and Sustainable Systems can be taken in any sequence, one in the fall semester and one in the spring.

**The three first-year studio courses—Drawing/Imaging, Space/Materiality, and Time—can be taken in any sequence, two in the fall semester and one in the spring.


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