Urban Design (MS)

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The Master of Science in Urban Design (MSUD) degree is oriented to those who wish to expand upon their previous professional education and professional experience, as architects, landscape architects, city planners, or civil engineers, and to enter urban design practices either in private firms or public agencies, or to pursue a Ph.D.

The MSUD Program is housed in the School of Architecture and collaborates with the Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning.

The curriculum is focused on urban design studios, often in direct collaboration with local communities, addressing contemporary challenges including climate change, equity, and retrofitting obsolescent infrastructure. Practicum Internships with leading urban design firms across the US over spring break help students build professional networks.