The Master of Science degree is awarded for completion of 60 credits. A maximum of six credits can be transferred from another institution. Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and fulfill all requirements in a timely manner.
Research projects and electives enable students to personalize the curriculum to align with their interests and goals. Sample focus areas include external and local forces transforming low-income districts and neighborhoods of color; privatization and commodification of housing, health, and public services; solidarity economies and cooperative practices; urban mobilities and their social, economic, and environmental impact; public spaces and infrastructures in light of shifts in development and management; and the role of women-led urban practices in advancing social and spatial justice.
Additional details about the curriculum are provided in the program FAQ.
For a complete listing of courses and course descriptions, visit the university course catalog.