Levin College of Urban Affairs was established at Cleveland State University in 1977, as successor to its Institute of Urban Studies (created in 1969). Today, the Levin College is home to six growing undergraduate degree programs, two nationally accredited and ranked Masters Degree programs in Urban Planning and Public Administration, growing graduate programs in Nonprofit Management and Environmental Studies, and an interdisciplinary doctoral program.
The College is comprised of:
The Department of Urban Studies - the academic home for students interested in leadership roles in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors, as well as the home for faculty who generate new knowledge that often helps shape urban policy.
Research Centers and Outreach and Training Programs that provide engaged research focused on urban policy and the provision of client-responsive technical assistance, evaluation, or other forms of research.
More information about Levin College can be found on our website: http://urban.csuohio.edu