Urban Design Education
Georgetown University's Master of Professional Studies in Urban & Regional Planning prepares you to solve the critical challenges facing urban communities around the world. You'll learn from industry scholars and practitioners in the classroom while developing your skills outside of class through applied problem-solving, international travel, independent research, and networking events. Upon completing the program, you'll have the industry knowledge and leadership skills needed to effectively and responsibly shape the communities of tomorrow.
Urban Design Masters at the New School for Design radically reframes the study of cities. Through research and fieldwork, students will gain a broad understanding of the complex economic, political, social, environmental, and physical forces that influence urban growth and development.
An interdisciplinary venue at the University at Albany, State University of New York focused on the urban political economy.
The Taub Urban Research Center at NYUs Wagner School explores issues and challenges affecting cities and metropolitan regions. The Center issues reports and conducts forums that include participants from government, business, nonprofit organizations, and the academic community.
The Institute of Urban and Regional Development (IURD) serves faculty and students of the University of California, Berkeley, conducting research into processes of urban and regional growth and decline, and effects of governing policies on the patterns and processes of development.
The National Charrette Institute (NCI) is an nonprofit educational institution. We help people build community capacity for collaboration to create healthy community plans.
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is a nonprofit and tax-exempt educational institution established in 1974. Its mission as a school is to study and teach land policy, including land economics and land taxation.