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Community Development Emphasis

Supporting Courses20
Fundamentals of Public Address
Micro Economic Analysis
Micro Economics Laboratory
Expository Writing
Displays of Geographic Information
Introductory Statistics
Introduction to Urban Studies
Upper-Level Courses30
Intermediate Micro Economic Theory
Public Finance and Fiscal Policy
Urban and Regional Economics
Urban Sociology
Community Politics
Economics of Land Use
The City and its Regional Context
Community Economic Development
Urban and Regional Planning
Seminar in Urban and Regional Studies
Total Credits50

Internship or lab course credit may be substituted for one of the courses with approval of adviser.