Degree granted: Bachelor of Arts
Hours required for major: 36
Tracks: urban and regional planning, public management, environmental policy and management, and personally-designed track.
Articulation Agreements: public management, environmental health and safety, community health management, paralegal studies, and human services
Advising: designated college adviser: phone: 216-687-3884
Student organizations: Pi Alpha Alpha, American Planning Association Student Chapter
Internship opportunities are available to all students; the Columbus Seminar and Washington Seminar provide on-site involvement in government; scholarships are available to qualified students; all required courses in the major are available both day and evening; students with substantial prior learning experience may apply for credit through the Assessment and Accreditation of Prior Learning Experience program.
Opportunities to participate in small seminar groups, research projects, and community engagement are available. Students majoring in Urban Studies should consult their adviser for assistance in planning their course of study.