The Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University is one of the top 10 urban affairs schools in the nation. U.S. News & World Report’s listing of "America’s Best Graduate Schools 2005" ranked it number two in the nation for its “city management/urban policy” graduate specialty. The College offers 13 degree programs that equip students with the technical and management skills needed to launch careers in fields such as public management, planning, public safety, historic preservation, environmental studies, economic development, and housing. Degree completion programs are available for community college transfer students with A.A., A.A.S., or A.A.B. degrees in human services, health sciences, paralegal studies, police science, emergency management, or fire science.
The Urban Services Administration Major is designed to:
Graduates of the Urban Services Administration program are employed in children and family services agencies, in nonprofit organizations, and in other agencies with a human services mission. A major in Urban Services Administration is good preparation for law school or for graduate study in Public Administration, Social Work or Community Agency Counseling.
Career Services assistance is available at the college through job postings, government and post-graduate internship opportunities, and a mentoring program. The Cleveland State Career Services Office offers career counseling and resume review on site. The required urban services administration internship gives students practical experience in settings designed to complement their degree program.
Visit CSU's Urban Services department's website for more information
|Computer applications||Logical thinking|
|Problem solving||Group process|
|Community involvement||Oral and written communications|
|Policy analysis||Data retrieval|
|Systemizing skills||Organization skills|
|Critical thinking||Numerical computation|
|Team skills||Advanced quantitative skills|