- Gain the tools needed to build stronger urban economies
- Apply data to economic development problem-solving
- Develop a catalog of best practices for what works in cities
The 21st century is the century of the city. We come together in cities, to live and to work, to play and to create. With more than half the world’s population currently living in cities—more than three billion people—and an estimated 60 million more moving to cities every year, cities are cauldrons of human creativity. The building of competitive, prosperous, and sustainable cities is the grandest of the grand challenges facing our world. Simply put, we will need new and innovative thinking brought to the forefront of urban economic development. Working with some of the leading economic development and city practitioners across the world, students will gain the skills, insights, and expertise needed to build more creative, innovative, and sustainable cities.
This semester, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.
No one organization or sector has the full suite of capabilities, relationships or assets to tackle persistent and escalating social problems...