- MUI 1010H Intro to Management of Urban Innovation
- MUI 1020H Civic Engagement and Economic Development
- MUI 1060H Local and Regional Government: Management and Policymaking
- MUI 1090H Technology, Strategy & Policy
- MUI 1040H Socially Sustainable Cities: Theory, Policy and Practice
- MUI 1075H Digital Cities
- MUI 1030H Urban and Regional Economic Development Theory
- MUI 1050H Urban Politics
- MUI 1080H Economic Development Planning
The second year of the program is comprised of elective courses and a capstone course (see more information below) that includes a Major Research Project.
In Year 2, students will enroll in 4 elective courses in the Fall term and 3 elective courses and a research-intensive capstone course in the Winter/Spring Term. Year 2 courses are drawn from a variety of disciplines and programs including: Engineering, Geography, Global Affairs, Management, Political Science, Planning, Sustainability Management and Urban Innovation.
Students have the opportunity to take electives* with other departments dependent on the approval of the MUI Program.
Below are sample electives offerings that students may be interested in taking.
Sample Elective Courses*
- MUI 2055H Cities Industry and the Environment
- MUI 2080H Intelligent Communities/Smart Cities
- POL 2394HH Innovation and Knowledge Flows in City-Regions
- GLA 2018H Innovation and the City
- IMI 1001H Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- IMI 1002H Social Entrepreneurship: Global Alternatives to Neo-Liberal Economics
- IMI 2002H Leadership for a Sustainable Future
- IMI2003H Project Management: Practice and Tools
- IMI3002H Change Management
- SSM 1080H Strategies for Sustainability Management
*Electives offerings are subject to change year to year
In the summer term between Year 1 and Year 2, students will participate in a required paid summer internship opportunity. The Placement & Employer Relations Manager will facilitate the internship process. They will assist you in securing an internship placement as well as curate PD opportunities throughout the program.
In their 2nd year of studies, MUI students are required to complete a full-year Capstone Course whereby students will be assigned to work in groups of 2-3 students, under the supervision of the MUI Capstone Course Instructor. Student teams will be assigned to projects in September and will work on their project until the end of March on a project with the sponsor acting as a non-paying “client”.
For more information about Capstone, please see HERE.