Urban and Regional Analysis Minor
For information, contact the Department of Geography, 118B Shideler Hall, 513-529-5010.
Urban and regional planners develop programs and policies to guide future growth and redevelopment of urban, suburban, and rural communities. They assist elected officials in solving the social, economic, and environmental problems of their communities.
This minor is not available to urban and regional planning majors.
(20 semester hours)
|All of the following:|
|GEO 101||Global Forces, Local Diversity||3|
|GEO 201||Geography of Urban Diversity||3|
|GEO 451||Urban and Regional Planning||3|
|GEO 459||Advanced Urban and Regional Planning||3|
|Select at least 8 hours of the following:||8|
|Mapping a Changing World|
|Geographies of Urban Change|
|Geographic Information Systems|
|Advanced Geographic Information Systems|
|GIScience Techniques in Landscape Ecology|
|Aerial Photo Interpretation|
|Techniques and Applications of Remote Sensing|
|Race, Urban Change, and Conflict in America|
|Global Cities, World Economy|
|Citizenship and the City|
|Land Use, Law and the State: Geographic Perspectives|
|Global Periphery's Urbanization|
|Urban Field Experience|
or ISA 125
|Introduction to Business Statistics|
|Total Credit Hours||20|
GEO 460/GEO 560 courses and other courses may be substituted with permission of your primary advisor. A 2.00 grade point average is required for the courses in the minor. Courses for the minor may not be taken on a credit/no credit basis except by permission of the primary advisor.