Taubman College Master of Urban Planning students produce award-winning work engaging and assessing real-world planning challenges in partnership with community, government or other organizations. Each student will complete a Capstone course that culminates in a final group presentation and plan given to an audience of peers and project clients.
Through visiting professors and lecturers of various educational backgrounds and professional experiences, students are introduced to new ideas and opportunities. Field-study and community outreach are essential aspects of the Program. Students may participate in Expanded Horizons, an on-site field study, and serve Detroit neighborhoods through the Detroit Community Partnership Center, Michigan Neighborhood AmeriCorps Program and the Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Work Study Program. Students publish Agora, the Planning and Urban Design student journal, and run the Urban Planning Student Association.