This interdisciplinary minor is for those interested in learning more about the history, politics, economics, sociology, anthropology and theology of urban areas. You’ll choose from a variety of courses that cover theories and concepts, urban issues, research methods and theological reflections for a diverse classroom experience. With that knowledge, you’ll complete a required internship or field experience to round out your urban studies minor.
Job options for graduates of the urban studies minor:
The urban studies minor is offered through the Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice department.