Urban Studies (UBNS)
UBNS 1010 INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES (3 credits)
Introduction to history, concepts, development and literature of urbanism. An interdisciplinary examination of issues confronting contemporary urban society and how various academic disciplines relate to those issues. (Cross-listed with PA 1010).
UBNS 3000 APPLIED STATISTICS AND DATA PROCESSING IN PUBLIC SECTOR (3 credits)
A course in the basic statistics of public sector research and public administration decision-making. The emphasis is on exploration of data processing techniques as they relate to statistical analysis and on understanding the proper application of statistics
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): MATH 1430 or permission of instructor.
UBNS 4900 SPECIAL STUDIES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND URBAN STUDIES (1-6 credits)
Special studies are designed around the interests and needs of individual students. Topics may be either in urban studies or public administration and must be approved by a faculty adviser.