As an Urban Studies major, you will learn how to revitalize neighborhoods or to write grant proposals. You will discover how public policy decisions affect everyone’s daily lives. You’ll explore environment-friendly urban development.
Your courses will come from the fields of geography, economics, political science, urban planning, statistics, environmental studies, and public management.
You may choose one or more specializations from the following areas:
Graduates of the Levin College work in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors including human services agencies, healthcare, local government, public safety, community development, housing and environmental advocacy.
A major in Urban Studies is good preparation for law school, or for graduate study in Public Administration, Urban Planning, Environmental Studies, or Urban Studies.
For more information, visit CSU's Urban Studies Department's website
|Computer applications||Logical thinking|
|Problem solving||Group process|
|Community involvement||Oral and written communications|
|Policy analysis||Data retrieval|
|Systemizing skills||Organization skills|
|Critical thinking||Numerical computation|
|Team skills||Advanced quantitative skills|