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The minor in Urban Studies will provide undergraduate students with a concentration in interdisciplinary studies of cities, urbanism, and urbanity. The Minor has a liberal arts orientation: it combines perspectives from the social sciences, the humanities, and policy. The Minor is a useful complement to majors such as Public Policy, History, Geography, Sociology, Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Public Health, Real Estate and others.
Students who wish to minor in urban studies must take 15 hours of courses. This will include two required courses offered within the Urban Studies Institute and three courses chosen from a list of possible electives.