An Urban Studies minor is a great way to understand how cities work, or how someone’s environment affects behavior. Learn how different races, cultures and economic or social statuses fit together in a small environment, and how political and social policies affect the quality of life of different communities.
Prerequisite: SOC 140.
8 credits: 9 credits in residence, 12 credits upper division.
URB 140 | Introduction to the City | 3 credits
SOC/HIS 340 | Race and Ethnic Relations | 3 credits
SOC/URB 360 | Urban Sociology | 3 credits
SOC/URB 390 | Poverty in the Urban Context | 3 credits
Electives: Choose 6 credits from the following | 6 credits
BIO 216, PS/SOC 345, URB/FA 235, URB/EN 245/345, SE 311, URB/HIS 370, PS/SS 355, URB/SS 403