The undergraduate Minor in Urban Studies allows students to learn about the history, structure, and future of the city while pursuing another major field of study. Students will explore political, economic, and social concerns of cities and investigate practical solutions to urban problems. The Minor in Urban Studies requires 18 total credits, including three required courses:

US 2000 - Introduction to Urban Studies

GPH 3130 - Introduction to Urban Geography

US 4510 - Cities and Regions

The remaining credits in the Minor may be fulfilled by an interdisciplinary list of elective courses. See the Urban Studies Major for a complete list. 

Please contact Academic Advisor Stacie Moser to discuss how a Minor in Urban Studies can fit in with your undergraduate plan of work. 

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