Students in any Wright State major may benefit from a minor in Urban Affairs. The knowledge and skills gained in this minor can help all students become more engaged and competent citizens who understand how their local government and nonprofit organizations work to enhance our communities and region. Declaring and successfully completing courses for the approved minor is certified on students' official transcript upon graduation.
Academics and Curriculum
The Urban Affairs Minor is comprised of 18 credit hours: four required courses; Foundations of Urban Affairs (URS 3000), the American City (URS 3100), Public Service Ethics (URS 3300), and Public Policy Analysis (URS 4270), and two Urban Affairs electives from which you may choose.
View Minor in Urban Affairs program information and degree requirements in the University Catalog.