The Urban and Regional Studies Institute is an interdisciplinary, national award-winning, degree program oriented toward examining and understanding the broad range of problems and challenges associated with the nation's urban and regional areas.

Undergraduate Programs
Urban and Regional Studies offers a variety of undergraduate degrees to provide an enriching educational experience for our students and to prepare them for future careers and success.

Graduate Programs
The Urban and Regional Studies graduate programs provide students an applied learning environment with emphasis on real-world situations, and personal attention that is the hallmark of quality graduate education.

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Career Opportunities

Learn more about careers and opportunities applicable to Urban and Regional Studies program graduates locally and throughout the world. Graduates are prepared to take their big ideas and make a real-world impact.

Faculty and Staff

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Graduate Programs

The Urban and Regional Studies graduate programs provide students an applied learning environment with emphasis on real-world situations, and personal attention that is the hallmark of quality graduate education.

Real World Experiences

Urban and Regional Studies students have many opportunities to get practical, hands-on experience preparing for their future careers.

Scholarships and Financial Assistance

A variety of scholarships and financial aid options are available to Urban and Regional Studies students. View current opportunities.

Undergraduate Programs

Urban and Regional Studies offers a variety of undergraduate degrees to provide an enriching educational experience for our students and to prepare them for future careers and success.

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