Metropolitan areas must address such enduring issues as poverty, homelessness, affordable housing, transportation, pollution, education, water and food security, health, crime, safety, recreation, zoning, segregation, ethno-racial tensions, and economic development. Each city must do so with recognition of its place in the wider regional, national, and global contexts. The urban studies immersion helps students identify and analyze such fundamental issues and allows them to explore and assess various ways policy-makers respond to those issues. This immersion is closed to students majoring in sociology and anthropology who have chosen the urban studies track.
|Choose three of the following:*|
|ANTH-235||Immigration to the U.S.|
|ANTH-315||Archaeology of Cities|
|INGS-210||Culture and Politics in Urban Africa|
|SOCI-220||Minority Group Relations|
|SOCI-310||U.S. Housing Policy|
|SOCI-325||Community and Economic Development: Rochester|
|SOCI-340||Urban Planning and Policy|
|SOCI-410||Diversity in the City|
* At least one course must be at the 300 level or higher.