The Master of Arts degree is awarded for completion of 36 credits. A maximum of six credits of graduate-level coursework can be transferred from another institution. Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and fulfill all requirements in a timely manner.
The curriculum and associated student work addresses diverse topics including social movements, urban governance, nonprofit management, socio-spatial design in the sharing economy, racial and gender injustices, logistics and politics of infrastructure, women-led urban movements and practices, climate change and environmental justice, securitization and militarization of cities, resistance against displacement, and alternative economies.
For a complete listing of courses and course descriptions, visit the university course catalog.