Cities

Cities—how they function, what they mean for people’s lives, and the systems and policy areas—fundamentally shape the urban environment. As a student, you will learn about broad sets of analytical, policy, and management skills to inform infrastructure, design, and thoughtful planning. While our urban planning program delves into core education about cities, we have also woven these topics into each of our programs in order for Wagner graduates to form a deep understanding of urban environments.

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URPL-GP.1605, Land Use Law
URPL-GP.2415, Public Policy and Planning in New York
PADM-GP.2416, Racial Inequality in America: What Do We Do Now?
URPL-GP.2452, Public-Private Partnerships, Public Spaces, Politics, & the Press
URPL-GP.2608, Urban Economics
URPL-GP.2620, Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in American Cities
URPL-GP.2625, Environmental Infrastructure for Sustainable Cities
URPL-GP.2670, Land Use, Housing and Community Development in New York City Seminar
URPL-GP.2680, Topics in Urban Design
PADM-GP.4191, Understanding the Role Federal Tax Credits Play in the Affordable Housing & Renewable Energy Sectors
URPL-GP.4622, Wealth and Inequality
URPL-GP.4634, Equitable Community Engagement
URPL-GP.4635, Community Equity and Wealth Building
URPL-GP.4636, Housing and Community Development Policy I
URPL-GP.4638, Housing and Community Development Policy II
URPL-GP.4666, Topics in Urban Studies: Managing Complex Systems Reform in Government