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Our program leads to a STEM-designated, post-professional Master of Urban Design degree. Learn about degree requirements and our core studio sequence.

Dual & Joint Degrees

Pursue a dual degree from either the Master of Architecture program or the Master of Landscape Architecture program, or a joint degree from the Master of Social Work program.

Global Urbanism Studio

This immersive, summer-long experience provides students the opportunity to study significant global cities in comparative perspective.

Events & Workshops

Public lectures and a pair of annual workshops—Informal Cities and The Lively City—promote engagement with outside practitioners from around the world.


Our faculty are nationally and internationally recognized in their fields—and they are deeply committed to teaching each and every student.
A map highlighting the Chouteou Greenway with call-outs to intersections with various neighborhoods
+STL: Growing an Urban Mosaic, finalist proposal for Chouteau Greenway competition, co-led by [dhd] derek hoeferlin design, TLS Landscape Architecture & OBJECT TERRITORIES. Team members included urban design faculty Derek Hoeferlin, Linda C. Samuels, Paola Aguirre-Serrano (visiting faculty), and Michael Allen.

School-Produced Publications

Recent Student Work