Global Urbanization and Regional Development
The global system is everywhere, but increasingly its people and economic output are concentrated in cities. The development of the world’s city-regions, in both developed and emerging economies, is cause and consequence of myriad economic, social and political processes. Students who pursue a certificate in Global Urbanization and Regional Development will understand how solving the problems of city-regions is therefore central to the health of the global system.
Faculty Certificate Leaders
Vinit Mukhija’s research focuses on informal housing and slums in developing countries and Third World-like housing conditions (including colonias, unpermitted trailer parks, and illegal garage apartments) in the United States.
1. Register for this certificate here
2. Take any 3 classes listed above during your grad studies at Luskin.
3. Follow the GPA policies to obtain your Certificate in Global Public Affairs.
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