This innovative research program pairs faculty conducting urban-focused scholarship with undergraduates that have an interest in developing research skills in a semester-long, credit-bearing seminar.
The MUSA (Master of Urban Spatial Analytics) degree is a 9-month masters program coupling spatial analysis with substantive knowledge in an urban content area of the student's choosing.
This event celebrates the achievements of Penn doctoral students who have recently completed dissertations on urban-focused topics.
The College of Arts & Sciences offers a number of options for students interested in Urban Studies including both an undergraduate major or minor and a certificate program in conjunction with a Ph.D.
The H+U+D Initiative, sponsored by the Mellon Foundation, is a ground-breaking five-year collaboration by the Penn Institute for Urban Research, the School of Design, and the School of Arts and Sciences.
The Penn IUR Fellows in Urban Leadership Program, open to Penn undergraduates, engages a small cohort of selected students with high-level local, regional, and national leaders drawn from government, business, and civil society to discuss public and private decision-making in urban places.