URBAN ISSUES PROGRAM
Robert Wilson, Director
ANB 1.104, D1600, 475-7900
Undergraduate Advising Office: ANB 1.104, 475-7905
The Urban Issues Program strongly discourages students from adding courses in the department after the third class day. After the first class meeting, adding courses will require the instructor's written consent if courses cannot be added via TEX or ROSE.
URB 301, 315, 360, and 370 are requirements for the urban studies major. Priority for registration in these courses will be given to urban studies majors and to others who have completed at least three hours of urban studies coursework. Nonmajors who want to register for these courses may seek assistance through the undergraduate advising office. Enrollment of nonmajors is handled on a space-available basis.
Upper-division standing is required for registration in all upper-division courses in urban studies. Priority to register for upper-division urban studies courses, especially writing component courses, is given to urban studies majors.
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