Track one: Urban Social Development

A general introduction to the city. You'll gain a multifaceted understanding of urban life from various disciplinary angles and insights.

Track two: The Built Environment

Perfect for aspiring architects and urban planners. You'll learn the key aspects of building, designing and shaping neighborhoods and cities.

Track three: Urban Policy

A step toward city politics, nonprofits and social service work. You'll explore the tools and frameworks of local government and the social service sectors of urban life.

Track four: Education

For teachers in urban contexts. You'll better understand the systems and structures that affect urban schools.

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James Skillen

James Skillen
 On sabbatical

Associate Professor
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Philip Stegink

Philip Stegink

Assistant Professor
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Susan Verwys

Susan Verwys

Assistant Professor
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John Walcott

John Walcott

Assistant Professor
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