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Academic Foundations 003
African-American and African Studies 014
Allied Health Technologies 045
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Speech 950
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Theater Arts, Television and Media Arts (Theater Arts 965, Speech 950)
Urban Studies 975
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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2006-2008 Liberal Arts Colleges Academic Programs and Courses Urban Studies 975 Minor Requirements  

Minor Requirements

1. Required course: 21:975:410 Seminar in Urban Studies (1)

2. 18 credits of urban courses drawn from at least three departments. Among the courses eligible for urban studies credit are:

21&62:014:396 The African-American Community (3)

21&62:070:331 Urban Anthropology (3)

21&62:070:346 The Cultural History of the New York City Police (3)

21&62:082:333 Newark: Art and Architecture

21&62:202:203 Police and Community

21&62:220:337 Public Finance (3)

21&62:310:410 Issues in Urban Education (3)

21&62:570:337 Basic Reporting (3)

21&62:570:338 Advanced Reporting (3)

21&62:512:303 Topics in the History of Newark (3)

21&62:512:361,362 Urban History of the United States (3,3)

Hist 377 Cities in History (3-0-3)

21&62:790:305 American State and Local Governments (3)

21&62:790:360 Urban Politics and Public Policy (3)

21&62:790:362 The Politics of Poverty (3)

21&62:790:363 American Federalism: Nation, State, and City (3)

21&62:790:497,498 Internship in Political Science (3,3)

21&62:810:321 Oral History of Newark's Ironbound Neighborhood (3)

21&62:910:341 Social Welfare Policies through 1930s (3)

21&62:910:342 Contemporary Social Welfare Policies (3)

21&62:920:316 Race and Ethnicity

21&62:920:321 Urban Sociology


 
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