The University of Toledo is a perfect place to learn about the challenges cities face. UToledo’s urban campus sits in the heart of Toledo. Urban studies majors have opportunities to work with members of the community and local government as they study urban issues.
The goal of the urban studies program at The University of Toledo is to provide students with a broad understanding of urban issues in a global world.
Students study all aspects of cities, including economic development and urban planning. The program is interdisciplinary. Undergraduates take classes in economics, geography, history, political science and sociology.
Graduates of UToledo’s urban studies program find jobs in government or in the private sector, often as consultants.
Urban studies is an interdisciplinary major. Undergraduates take classes in many departments of UToledo’s College of Arts and Letters — political science, economics, geography, history, sociology and more.