The School of Cities offers the Multidisciplinary Urban Capstone Project (MUCP) Info Session
The School of Cities offers the Multidisciplinary Urban Capstone Project (MUCP), a unique, full academic year capstone design course offered by the University of Toronto. They are offering a student information session this Monday, March 22 at 10 am, welcoming all students.
Each project is assigned to a team of 4th-year undergraduates drawn from different disciplines. Student teams work through a creative, iterative, and open-ended design process to design solutions to meet client needs. All projects are sourced from cities, community groups, and non-governmental organizations for whom the project addresses a real urban need, and requires a multidisciplinary approach to solve.
Successfully completing the project requires that students integrate skills and knowledge from across multiple disciplines. Current participating undergraduate departments and faculties are Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Department of Geography and Planning, Rotman School of Management, the Urban Studies Program at Innis College, the Department of Sociology (UTSC and UTSG), and the Faculty of Information.