Master of Urban Design-Remaking Cities Institute - Carnegie Mellon University

Master of Urban Design

The Master of Urban Design (MUD) degree is a post-professional, two-­year program that prepares graduates for careers using urban design to critically address environmental, economic, social, and cultural issues affecting the contemporary metropolis. The studio-based curriculum allows students to explore design strategies in a variety of scales and settings, from the post-­industrial city to the dense global metropolis.

Visit the School of Architecture's Master of Urban Design page for more info on admissions, degree requirements and faculty bios.