Nov 19, 2019  
USC Catalogue 2019-2020 
    
USC Catalogue 2019-2020

Master of Urban Planning/Master of Arts, Curatorial Practices and the Public Sphere (MUP/MA)


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The Master of Urban Planning/Master of Arts, Curatorial Practices and the Public Sphere offers an unusually rich opportunity for students interested in developing a new knowledge base to become successful professionals working in the arena of organizing art projects in urban public space, planning and community development. Los Angeles and the facilities at USC provide a unique learning laboratory to educate a more competitive professional with a better understanding of both the administration of public art and issues of urban planning. This dual degree requires 58 units for completion, 26 in Roski and 32 in urban planning in Price.

Concentration Courses (8 units)


There are six concentrations available in the Master of Urban Planning program: Arts and Culture, Design of the Built Environment, Environmental Planning and Analysis, Housing and Real Estate Development, Economic Development, and Mobility and Transportation Planning. Students must select a concentration gateway and methodology course (4 units each, 8 units total).  Please see the Master of Urban Planning section of the catalogue for the concentration descriptions and course lists.

Additional requirements for the dual degree


There are 400 hours of internship required for the degree, usually pursued in the summer of the second year (fifth and final semester).

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