(19-21 credits)

Urban planners are responsible for a broad range of activities that reshape the physical landscape, including providing infrastructure systems, planning for land-use change, and environmental stewardship. The Urban Planning minor is intended for students majoring in other fields of study who are interested in engaging with the theory and practice of urban planning.

Required courses (13 Credits)
GEO214Introduction to Urban and Regional Planning3
GEO344Spatial Statistics3
GEO314Issues in Urban Planning3
GEO341Introduction to Geographic Information Systems4
Electives (6-8 Credits)
Selective two courses, each from a different department:6-8
Architecture of New York City
Building the Twentieth Century: Architecture and Urban Design
Visual Programming
Web Page Design
Computer Science I: Foundations
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Cities of the World
Quantitative Analysis in Urban Planning
Geography of Soils
Geography of Water Resources
Natural Resources: Utilization and Management
American Govt and Politics
American Public Policies
Introduction to Law
Social Inequality in the United States
Urban Sociology
Total Credits19-21