The Urban Studies program consists of 37 hours or 12 courses. There are seven courses that are required of all students. Students choose one from the three tracks:
|Track Courses (Select 1 Track from Human, Built or Natural)||9|
- UBNS 8000 | Seminar in Urban Studies
- UBNS 8020 | Race, Ethnicity and American Urban Culture
- PA 8010 | The Public Economy
- PA 8990 (Urban Section) | Capstone
- PA 8120 | Analysis & Decision Making
- UBNS 8200 | Community Organizing & Development
- GEOG 8056 | Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Students select two elective courses from those listed above. Elective credits must be approved by an advisor.
Students who have not had at least two years full-time professional experience in the public or nonprofit sector (experience must have been in the sector of the student’s primary future career interest) will complete an internship. The internship is given as a supervised course of three credit hours which can count towards the 37 hours required in the Urban Studies program. The internship is taken following completion of preparatory coursework as determined by the Director of the Urban Studies program.