Graduate Certificate in Urban Design


Enrollment in this program is contingent upon admittance through an application process.

To learn more about the program, find out about admission requirements, and express interest in the program, current Master of Architecture students should contact Assistant Professor Anna Goodman (, and Master of Urban and Regional Planning students should contact Ellen Shoshkes at

To view the requirements for the Certificate and the terms in which the included courses are expected to be offered, visit the program webpage.

ARCH 532      History and Theory of Urban Design (4)
USP 513         Public Space (4)

ARCH 521      Urban Design Methods (4)

USP 575         Urban Design Workshop (4) (M.Arch candidates only may substitute ARCH 585 with an urban design focus [6 credits] for this requirement)
ARCH 531      Studies in Contemporary Urban Design (4)

Minimum: 20 or 22 Quarter Credits

* Terms when courses are offered are subject to change. Students are responsible for checking course prerequisites and availability.