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URBAN STUDIES Course Offerings* (Updated 11.19.19)
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Introductory Courses (12 credits)Su19Au19Wi20Sp20
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T URB 101, Exploring Cities (5)
*This guide is for planning purposes only. Course schedule is subject to change.
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T URB 102, City in World Development (5)
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T URB 103, Urban Studies in Practice (1-2) max 3
**All Urban Studies students choose one of 3 formal options. For questions about course selection, please see your advisor.
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Foundation & Research Courses (30-31 credits)
Su19Au19Wi20Sp20Courses offered in highlighted quarters
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Foundations of Urban Studies
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T URB 220, Introduction to Urban Planning (5)
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T URB 316, Cities & Belonging (5)
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T URB 345, Urban Governance (5)
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T URB 432, Understanding Metropolitan Regions (5)
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T URB 403, Professional Development for Urban Careers (2)
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Research Methods
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T URB 225, Statistics for Urban Analysis (5) OR
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T GIS 311, Maps & GIS (6)
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T URB 200, Introduction to Urban Research (5) was T URB 350
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Formal Options: Declare One Option Below**
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A.Global UrbanismSelect 4 courses from the list below:
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T URB 210, Urban Society and Culture (5)
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T URB 250, Immigration, Race, American Cities (5)
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T URB 305, Data and the City (3)
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T SUD 444,Green Internationalism and the City (5)
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T URB 430, Pacific Rim Cities (5)
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B.Community Development and PlanningSelect 4 courses from the list below:
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T URB 235, Community Development (5)
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T URB 312, Race and Poverty in Urban America (5)
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T URB 340, Urban Social Change (5) OR T UDE 310 (Social Productions of Space – pending approval
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T URB 480, Housing in the United States (5)
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T SUD 475, Community and Economy (5)
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C.GIS & Spatial Planning(9 courses)
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GIS CertificateComplete all 5 courses listed below:
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T GIS 311, Maps & GIS (6)
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T GIS 312, Intermediate GIS (6)
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T GIS 313, Applied GIS & Project Design (3)
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T GIS 414, Advanced GIS (5)
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T GIS 415, Critical GIS & Project Practicum (5)
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Additional GIS coursesSelect 2 courses from the list below:
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T GIS 350, Urban Remote Sensing (5) ORSP21
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T GIS 3XX/4XX new to be developed
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T GIS 450, Participatory Mapping (5)
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T GIS 460, Cartography & Data Visualization (5)
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T GIS 470, GIS Scripting & Automation (5)AU20
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Urban Studies coursesSelect 2 courses from the list below:
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T URB 322, Land Use Planning (5)
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T URB 325, Urban Transportation(5)
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T URB 480, Housing in the United States (5)
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General ElectivesSu19Au19Wi20Sp20
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Electives available but not required for the degree.
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T UDE 260, Urban Design Studio (5) (formerly T URB 260)
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T URB 110, Intro to Digital Urban Data Analysis (5)
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T URB 201, Urban Change and Development (5)
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T URB 205, Images of the City (5)
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T URB 210, Urban Society and Culture (5)
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T URB 211, Digital Cities (5)
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T URB 235, Community Development (5)
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T URB 250, Immigration, Race, American Cities (5)
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T URB 305, Data and the City (3)
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T URB 312, Race and Poverty in Urban America (5)
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T URB 314, Gender and the Urban Landscape (5)
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T URB 315, Homes, Housing and Homelessness (3)
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T URB 322, Land Use Planning (5)
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T URB 324, Urban & Regional Economics (5)
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T URB 325,Urban Transportation: Problems and Prospects (5)
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T URB 340, Urban Social Change (5)
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T URB 360, The African American Urban Experience (5)
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T URB 379, Urban Field Experience (3-15)
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T URB 410, Environmental Equity (5)
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T URB 425, Spatial Statistics (5)
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T URB 430, Pacific Rim Cities (5)
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T URB 470, Creating the Urban Narrative (5)
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T URB 479, Planning & Development in the Puget Sound Region (3)
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T URB 480, Housing in the United States (5)
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T URB 490, Special Topics in Urban Studies (5, max. 15)
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T URB 494, Urban Research (1-15, max. 15)*
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T URB 496, Community Service Project (3-15, max. 15)*
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T URB 498, Urban Studies Internship (3-15, max. 15)*
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T SUD 222, Intro to Sustainability (5)
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T SUD 240, City & Nature (5)
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T SUD 425, Social Justice & Urban Sustainability (5)
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T SUD 444, Green Internationalism (5)
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T SUD 445, Urban Ecology (5)
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T SUD 475, Community & Economy (5)
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T GEOG 101, Introduction to Geography (5)
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T GEOG 210, Geographies of Global Change (3)
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T GEOG 321, Urban Geography (5)
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T GEOG 349, Geography and International Trade (5)
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You may use your general electives to focus on an in-depth area of study (i.e. minor or certificate) or to explore the liberal arts, business, social work or health-related fields. Upper-division transfer credits from other four-year institutions may apply to the elective category. Your academic advisor can evaluate transcripts upon request.
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*Independent Study coursework. Faculty sponsor required. See advisor.
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University Requirments (Major requirements may satisfy some of these requirements)*If credits arleady entered in majror credit countSu19Au19Wi20Sp20
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English Composition (5)
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