Urban Redevelopment, Certificate
The Urban Redevelopment Certificate is for graduate students who want to expand their knowledge of and expertise in the physical, economic, and neighborhood redevelopment of central cities and older suburban communities.
A total of 5 course units are required to complete the Certificate program.
|Required Courses 1|
|Select 5 course units from the following:||5|
|Introduction to Community and Economic Development|
|Introduction to Property Development|
|Politics of Housing and Community Development|
|Infrastructure Investment and Economic Growth: Why, How, and When|
|Financial Management of Public and Nonprofit Organizations|
|Preservation Through Public Policy|
|Urban Fiscal Policy 2|
|Total Course Units||5|
At least one course unit must be from Fels (GAFL) and one course unit from Wharton (REAL). City Planning students in the PPD or CED concentrations may apply no more than one course from their area of concentration toward the Certificate.
Substitutions must be approved in writing by the Director and submitted to the Weitzman School of Design Office of Student Services.
REAL 730 has pre-requisite requirements. Students enrolled in the Urban Redevelopment Certificate must follow Wharton's policies and procedures regarding pre-requisite requirements and course registration. Urban Redevelopment students are not guaranteed seats in these courses and must work directly with Wharton to enroll.
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2020 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.