Suite 201 McCord Hall
School of Urban Affairs & Public Policy
University of Memphis
Memphis, TN 38152
Tel. (901) 678-1635
Fax (901) 678-2981
Detailed contact information: Administration, department and faculty contact information
The School of Urban Affairs & Public Policy is comprised of the following four academic units. Click on the name of each department to read more information about each.
208 McCord Hall
Tel. (901) 678-2161
Fax (901) 678-4162
The Graduate Program in City and Regional Planning is one of four units within the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy. The 48 hour graduate degree in City and Regional Planning prepares students for careers concerned with the physical development of communities, and the interaction of that development with the social, economic, and environmental well-being of communities. The program is fully accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board.
Tel. (901) 678-2737
Fax (901) 678-5279
The department offers bachelors programs through the College of Arts and Sciences and the Honors College, and a Master of Arts in the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy. The study of crime and justice is complex as researchers, practitioners, and policy makers tackle issues of policing strategies, corrections, capital punishment, violence, gangs, addiction, and international crime. The University of Memphis emphasizes research, scholarship, service and community outreach.
Tel. (901) 678-3360
Fax (901) 678-2981
The Division of Public and Nonprofit Administration prepares public service and nonprofit professionals with the knowledge and skills to face today’s challenges and tomorrow’s opportunities. Our undergraduate and graduate programs blend critical thinking and analytical skills to prepare individuals to lead public service organizations. Students gain the competencies necessary to manage information, people and finances in an environment driven by the desire to make a difference in their communities, their nation, and their world.
The Social Work Program at the University of Memphis is a Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited Baccalaureate Program. The Program prepares entry-level social workers for competency in a wide variety of problem areas, across a wide range of client systems, across diverse populations and using a broad theoretical base for practice, encompasses a comprehensive theoretical perspective as a foundation to explore the various systems that influence client’s lives and to pursue additional areas of knowledge that will facilitate serving clients’ needs.