Minor in Urban Affairs
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Students may earn a minor in urban affairs in conjunction with their major by successfully completing a coordinated set of approved courses. Twenty credits must be earned with a minimum grade of C. Two courses may be credited toward both a major and minor specialization. All minor concentrators develop their programs in consultation with and the approval of the program advisor.
(total 12 credits)
- MET UA 301 Introduction to Urban Affairs
- MET UA 509 Urban and Public Finance and Budgeting
- MET SO 201 Sociological Methods
(total 8 credits)
Choose two additional courses.
- MET AH 364 Architecture and City Planning in Old Boston
- MET AH 394 Urban Environment and Aesthetic Experience
- MET EC 367 Economics of the Public Sector
- MET HI 373 History of Boston
- MET HI 535 Urban History
- MET UA 403 Boston Urban Seminar
- MET UA 508 Real Estate Development
- MET UA 510 Special Topics
- MET UA 515 History and Theory of Urban Planning