2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin

Urban Studies

Office: Sturm Hall, Room S105
Mail Code: 2000 E. Asbury Ave. Denver, CO 80208
Phone: 303-871-2680
Email: dsaitta@du.edu
Web Site: www.du.edu/urbanstudies

The urban studies minor takes an interdisciplinary approach by bringing many different perspectives to the study of urban life. This course work helps shape students’ intellectual understanding of cities and refines their questions about urban life. Students have a diverse array of opportunities to think and learn about cities in an informed, disciplined and integrated way.

Urban Studies

Minor Requirements

24 credits, to include one course each from six of the following seven urban studies disciplines:

ANTH 3040Anthropologies of Place4
ANTH 3500Culture and The City4
ANTH 3510The Ancient City4
Communication Studies
COMN 1700Fundamentals of Intercultural Communication4
GEOG 3400Urban Landscapes4
GEOG 3420Urban and Regional Planning4
GEOG 3440Urban Transportation Planning4
GEOG 3425Urban Sustainability4
GEOG 3445Sustainability and Transportation4
GEOG 3940Urban Geography Seminar4
HIST 1520Immigrant Voices in Modern America4
HIST 3100Cities and Society in Latin America4
Political Science
PLSC 1000Introduction to American Politics4
PLSC 2470State and Local Politics4
PLSC 2820Civil Rights and Liberties4
Real Estate
REAL 1700The Business of the Built Environment4
SOCI 2190American Communities4
SOCI 2320Race and Ethnic Relations4
SOCI 2420Social Inequality4
SOCI 2500Schooling and Society4
SOCI 2655Latina/os in American Society4
Other courses may work pending approval of the Director.
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