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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy Course Listing Urban Studies 975 Course Listing  

Urban Studies 975 Course Listing

10:975:101 Introduction to Urban Studies (3) A general introduction to urban studies leading into the history of cities, suburbs, and the urban system, politics and economics of cities and metropolitan areas, and the peopling of urban areas.
10:975:202 Designing Healthy Cities (3) A review of the nature of America's cities and suburbs from their original planning to their ultimate reality and their effects on human health and well-being. Credit not given for both this course and 10:762:202, 10:775:202, 10:832:202, and 10:971:202.
10:762:230 Global Poverty (3) Introduction to the causes and governmental responses to urban poverty in developing nations: economic, historical, and cultural factors. Credit not given for both this course and 10:762:230 and 10:833:230.
10:975:231 Poverty in the United States (3) Assessment of causes and consequences of poverty in the United States: economic, historical, and cultural factors, plus governmental solutions. Credit not given for both this course and 10:762:231 and 10:833:231.
10:975:233 Urban World (3) Interdisciplinary perspectives on the study of cities, historical and contemporary, and urban processes and problems. Credit not given for both this course and 10:762:233.
10:975:296,297 Special Topics (3,3) Topics vary. See WebReg for current offerings. This course is designed to address current issues in planning and public policy.
10:975:298,299 Independent Study (BA,BA) Prerequisites: A contract with a faculty sponsor and permission of the program director.
10:975:307 Community Development (3) Analysis of neighborhood-based community development efforts to address housing, economic, and social issues affecting low-income communities. Resources for community building. Credit not given for both this course and 10:762:307.
10:975:310 U.S. Housing Policy (3) Exploration of major issues in housing: historical, economic, and social factors. Political and regulatory dimensions of housing decision-making: housing codes and the landlord-tenant relationship. Credit not given for both this course and 10:762:310 and 10:833:310.
10:975:352 Technology in the City (3) Exploration of the social and economic implications of new communications technologies for urban life. Includes consideration of ecommerce, online education, egovernment, and infrastructure needs. Credit not given for both this course and 10:762:352 and 10:775:352.
10:975:413 Urban Revitalization (3) Analysis of urban foundations, exploring the ideas and debates surrounding the concept of the urban, the politics of the urban, and how revitalization and redevelopment are theorized. Credit not given for both this course and 10:762:413.
10:975:498,499 Bloustein Honors Research (3,3) Participation of advanced undergraduates as research assistants at one of the institutes or centers at the Bloustein School. Students contract with and are supervised by the principal investigator of the project.
 
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