Taubman College

Graduate Placement

The M.U.D. program's ability to produce highly qualified and highly reflective urban designers has placed its graduates at leading design and planning firms across the United States and world as well as in public agencies, non-governmental organizations and academic positions, including:

  • AECOM (Gurgaon, India)
  • AECOM (Chicago, IL)
  • Aedas, Hong Kong
  • Albert Kahn Associates (Detroit, MI)
  • Altoon + Porter (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Artech Architects & Designers (Shanghai, China)
  • BauerLatoza Studio (Chicago)
  • BCRA (Seatle, WA)
  • Behal Joshi and Associates (New Delhi, India)
  • Beijing Department of City Planning (Beijing, China)
  • Beijing-Tsinghua Planning and Design Institute (Beijing, China)
  • Bellomo Architects (Palo Alto, CA)
  • Beyer Blinder Belle (Washington, DC)
  • Bottomley Design and Planning (Oakland, CA)
  • Brady Shipman Martin (Dublin, Ireland)
  • Calthorpe Associates (Berkeley, CA)
  • Catholic University, Department of Urban Planning (Washington, DC)
  • CBT Associates (Boston, MA)
  • Christner, Inc. (St Louis, MO)
  • City of Baltimore Research and Strategic Planning Division
  • City of St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg, FL)
  • Cooper Roberts Simonsen (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • DADA (Delhi, India)
  • Davis Brody Bond Associates/AEDAS (New York City)
  • Development Design Group (Baltimore, MD)
  • Detroit Collaborative Design Center (Detroit, MI)
  • Duany Plater-Zyberk (Gaithersburg, MD)
  • Dyett & Bhatia (San Francisco)
  • ECOLAND, Beijing, China
  • Eden Collaborative (Indianapolis, IND)
  • Ehrenkrantz Ekstut and Kuhn (New York City)
  • Ehrenkrantz Eckstut and Kuhn (Washington, DC)
  • Edward Durrell Stone (Miami, FL)
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • Fitzgerald Associates Architects (Chicago, IL)
  • Freiheit & Ho Architects (Kirkland, WA)
  • Gallery 255 Canal, (New York City)
  • Gensler Associates (Santa Monica, CA)
  • Goody Clancy Associates (Boston, MA)
  • Heller Manus Architects (San Diego, CA)
  • HOK (Chicago, IL)
  • HOK (Beijing, China)
  • HOK (New York City)
  • Howard University, Department of Architecture (Washington, DC)
  • Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (New York City)
  • Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, Istanbul Konut Inc. (Istanbul, Turkey)
  • James, Harwick and Partners (Dallas, TX)
  • JJR Inc. (Ann Arbor, MI)
  • JJR Inc. (Chicago, IL)
  • KNOLL Construction + INO Architects (Atlanta, GA)
  • LDA Design (Oxford, England)
  • Land Vision, Inc. (Chicago, IL)
  • The Lawrence Group (Davidson, NC)
  • Lawrence Institute of Technology, Department of Architecture (Detroit, MI)
  • Leo A Daly (Washington, DC)
  • Los Angeles City Regional Planning Department
  • Loewenberg Architects (Chicago, IL)
  • Marcellus Wright Cox (Richmond, VA)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Urban Research Lab
  • Matthei & Colin Associates (Chicago, IL)
  • Murray O'Laoire Architects (Dublin, Ireland)
  • National Low-Income Housing Coalition (Washington, DC)
  • New York City Department of Parks and Recreation
  • Parsons Brinckerhoff Korea (Seoul)
  • Perkins-Eastman (Mumbai, India)
  • Populous (Kansas City, MO)
  • River Stone Design Group (Park City, UT)
  • RMPK Group (Sarasota, FL)
  • RNL Design (Denver, CO)
  • Roberts Wallace Todd (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Rogers Evans (Oxford, England)
  • ROMA Associates (San Francisco, CA)
  • RTKL Associates (Baltimore, MD)
  • RTKL Associates (Dallas, TX)
  • RTKL Associates (Washington, DC)
  • Samsung (Seoul, Korea)
  • Sasaki Associates (Watertown, MA)
  • Saudi Arabian Parson Ltd.
  • SCE Creocean Ltd. (Bangalore, India)
  • School of Architecture and Planning (Chennai, India)
  • Skidmore Owings and Merrill (Chicago, IL)
  • Skidmore Owings and Merrill (New York City)
  • Skidmore Owings and Merrill (Shanghai, China)
  • Smithgroup Inc. (Washington, DC)
  • Teton County Planning & Development (Jackson, WY)
  • TU Delft, Department of Urbanism (Delft, Netherlands)
  • United General Services Administration (Washington, DC)
  • United States Department of Commerce
  • United States Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration (Washington, DC)
  • United States Peace Corps
  • University of Detroit, Mercy, Department of Architecture
  • University of Michigan, Sustainable Mobility and Accessibility Research and Transformation Project
  • University of Mississippi, Department of Landscape Architecture
  • Urban Collage (Atlanta, GA)
  • Urban Design Associates (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • URS Corporation (Baltimore, MD)
  • Wallace Roberts Todd/WRT (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Washtenaw College (Washtenaw, MI)
  • Wentworth Institute of Technology, Department of Architecture
  • Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership (Washington, DC)
  • Zurita Architects and Planners (New York City)

M.U.D. graduates also have entered advanced degree and Ph.D. programs in architecture, urban planning, metropolitan studies, policy, and real estate at universities including:

  • Columbia University
  • Harvard University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Mimar Sinan University (Istanbul, Turkey)
  • Northwestern University
  • TU Delt (The Netherlands)
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • University of Hawaii
  • University of Maryland
  • University of Michigan
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Utah
  • Washington University (St Louis)