The Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs is home to six undergraduate degree programs, five graduate programs, an interdisciplinary doctoral program, and several certificate programs. Three dual degree programs allow students to complete both their Juris Doctor (J.D.) and Master’s degrees in four years through a partnership with the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Research centers and programs provide engaged research conducted by faculty and staff, often with the involvement of students.
Since its establishment in 1977, the Levin College has gained a reputation for:
- Training present and future generations of urban planners, nonprofit and for-profit leaders, public administrators and scholars;
- Collaborating with neighborhood and civic leaders to address key challenges in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio;
- Conducting applied and scholarly research that improves public policies and expands opportunities for communities and people; and
- Facilitating the exchange of ideas and dissemination of information through forums and publications.
The College’s many degree programs provide diverse opportunities for learning while also functioning as a cohesive community. Students can expect to become part of a thriving academic environment that values intellectual freedom, debate, collaboration, diversity, and civic engagement.
They can also expect to see their work and research extend far beyond the boundaries of campus, to the city and region that sits at our doorstep.