Urban Studies

Urban Studies Course Offerings

The Urban Studies program is a multi-discipline program.  Course Descriptions for these classes can be found under the individual disciplines.

AMST 202  – Sophomore American Studies Seminar

AMST 303 – Junior American Studies Seminar

ANTH 344 – Urban Theory and Ethnography

ARTH 310 – Greek Art

ARTH 470U – Seminar: Special Studies in Art History

CLAS 103 – Ideas and Culture: Greek Civilization

CLAS 105 – Ideas and Culture: Roman Civilization

CLAS 390 – The Ancient City

ECON 351 – Poverty, Affluence, and Equality

ECON 352 – Labor Economics

ECON 353  – Economics of Labor Unions

ECON 354 – Urban and Regional Economics

GEOG 231 – Introduction to Planning

GEOG 236 – Globalization and Local Development

GEOG 237 – Cities

GEOG 337  – The Nature of Cities

GEOG 410Q – Advanced Topics in Geography

HISP 209 – Planning History and Practices

HISP 469 – Laboratory in Preservation Planning

HISP 470 – Historic Preservation Abroad

HISP 471VV – Special Studies in Historic Preservation

HIST 308 – U.S. Labor History

IDIS 400 – Urban Research Seminar

PSCI 332 – Metropolitan Problems

SOCG 313 – Urban Sociology

SOCG332 – Introduction to Social Welfare

SOCG 440 – Sociology of Education