Undergraduate programs

The Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning offers an undergraduate major in community development. Community development is a process in which people act together to promote the social, economic, political, and physical well-being of their communities. Career opportunities are available in not-for-profit organizations, private consulting firms, and state, regional, and local governments. Community development practitioners work on a range of issues including housing, community organizing, transportation, the environment and economic development. The major prepares students for postbaccalaureate employment or graduate work in a professional or academic field.

Degree Maps and Learning Outcomes

Admission requirements

Degree requirements

Community Development B.A./B.S

Community Development Minor

Real Estate Development Minor

Sustainable Urban Development Minor

Degree Maps and Learning Outcomes

To view the degree maps and expected learning outcomes for School of Urban Studies and Planning's undergraduate degrees, go to www.pdx.edu/academic-programs/undergraduate-programs.