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Urban and Regional Studies

Dr. Stephen E. Wright, Coordinator

Phone: (540) 568-6199
E-mail: wrightse@jmu.edu

The minor in urban and regional studies prepares students for careers or graduate training in government. While satisfying the B.A. or B.S. requirements of their chosen major, students may complement that major with a 24-hour minor in urban and regional studies drawn from the following courses.

Minor Requirements
Courses

Credit Hours

ECON 475. Regional Economics

3

GEOG 410. Urban Geography

3

POSC 360. Urban Politics

3

SOCI 265. Sociology of the Community

3

Choose from the following: 1

12

ECON 326. Public Finance
ECON 340. Economics of Natural Resources
FIN 210. Principles of Real Estate
GEOG 315. Field Studies
GEOL/GEOG 310A-D. Environmental Impact (2-3 credits)
GEOL 340. Soil and Land Use
POSC 302. State and Local Government
POSC 495. Internship in Political Science (4 credits)
SOCI 352. Birth, Death, Sex: Exploring Demography
SOCI 361. Bureaucracy and Society

 


 

24

1 Must be in a discipline other than the student's major.

 

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