Urban Studies majors may select the
Urban Teaching Specialization (formerly known as the Education Specialization).
This is a major, not a minor, offered through the Urban Studies Program in conjunction with the Education Program.
Urban Studies majors pursuing this specialization must meet with an Education Program faculty member for advising at the time of major declaration. We encourage you to plan ahead carefully if you wish to pursue this option. Please file an Urban Teaching Specialization Declaration Form so that we can plan for your participation.
Note: If you wish to fulfill a requirement with a course not listed below, please fill out the Petition to Count a Course for an Education Requirement.
|Urban Studies Major - Urban Teaching Specialization Course Requirements|
(1 required course)
|EDUC BC 1510 FA||Educational Foundations|
|PSYC BC 1107||Psychology of Learning|
|PSYC BC 1115||Cognitive Psychology|
|PSYC BC 1129||Developmental Psychology|
|PSYC BC 2134||Educational Psychology|
|PSYC BC 3382||Adolescent Psychology|
|PSYC UN 1420||Human Behavior|
|PSYC UN 1440||Learning and Motivation|
(1 course, including
35 fieldwork hours)
|EDUC BC 3050 SP||Science in the City I|
|EDUC BC 3052 FA||Math and the City|
|EDUC BC 3055 SP||Arts & Humanities in the City|
|EDUC BC 3058 FA||Science in the City II|
|SOCI UN 3974 FA||Sociology of Schools|
(2 required courses,
including 100 fieldwork hours)
EDUC BC 3025 FA
|Inclusive Approaches to K-12 Literacy: Theory and Practice
Multicultural Elementary OR Secondary Pedagogy
|NOTE: Students who would like to major in Urban Studies AND obtain teacher certification must select another specialization for the major, since courses for certification and the Urban Teaching minor cannot be used towards the major.|