Metropolitan Spring 2021 Courses
This list is subject to change. Check ALBERT for updates to day/time/modality. Max points allowed for non-CAS courses is 16. Students are required to complete a total of 128 credits to graduate.
IMPORTANT: SOME OF THESE COURSES DO NOT APPEAR IN ALBERT UNDER METROPOLITAN STUDIES. REGISTER FOR THESE UNDER SCA-UA. HOWEVER, NOT ALL SCA-UA COURSES COUNT, READ NOTES.
INTRODUCTORY 1 FOR MAJOR (intros can be taken in any order and do not need to be taken before electives. Intro 2 and the ONLY intro for the MINOR: SCA-UA 601.001 Approaches to Metropolitan Studies is offered only in fall)
SCA-UA 101.001 Social & Cultural Analysis 101 Singh; MW 11-12:15, Online, Recitation required (Req’d intro for 7 SCA majors, intro only for SCA minor, not for other minors, not an elective)
RESEARCH (Req'd for 7 SCA majors, contact dept. for access code AFTER ADVISING)
SCA-UA 90.001 Advanced Research Seminar: History & Politics of the Far Right Duggan; W 2:00-4:45, Online, Access Code required
SCA-UA 90.002 Advanced Research Seminar: Housing & Homelessness Ross; Tu 2:00-4:45, Blended, Access Code required
SCA-UA 93.001 Senior Honors Thesis: Faculty varies as do meeting days/times, Online. Prerequisites: SCA-UA 93, 3.65 GPA overall & in major. Access Code required
ELECTIVES TAUGHT BY SCA FACULTY (Majors must take four of these, minors must take two. American Studies and SCA minors must take all four electives with SCA faculty.)
SCA-UA 19.001 Justice Lab Husain; Tu 6:20-9, Online, (2 points) Class meets first 7 weeks only. (Please note this counts as HALF an SCA Faculty Elective for the 7 majors/minors.)
SCA-UA 115.001 Black Urban Studies: Ralph; M 12:30-3:15, Online.
SCA-UA 157.001 Hip Hop & Politics: Ralph; MW 9:30-10:45, Online.
SCA-UA 253.001 Couture/Culture: Fashion and Globalization Tu & Hatcher; MW 9:30-10:45, Online, SAME AS SCAI-UF 401.001 Recitation Required
SCA-UA 280.002 Topics: The History of Policing and Prison in the US Sugrue; Tu 4:55-7:35, Online, SAME AS HIST-UA 112.001.
SCA-UA 380.002 Topics in A/P/A Studies: Bitter Melon: A/P/A Urbanisms Bae; Tu-Th 3:30-4:45, Online.
SCA-UA 631.001 Urban Environmentalism Charles-Guzman; M 4:55-7:35, Online, SAME AS ENVST-UA 431.001.
SCA-UA 680.001 Topics in Met Studies: Governing NYC Johnson; MW 2:00-3:15, Blended, SAME AS POL-UA 994.004.
SCA-UA 680.002 Topics in Met Studies: Race, Inequality, and the City Sugrue; Tu-Th 2:00-3:15, Online. SAME AS HIST-UA 699.002.
ELECTIVES CROSS-LISTED (Majors can take two cross-listed courses if your major is listed. American Studies and SCA Minors CANNOT take these cross-listed courses since ALL electives must be with SCA faculty.)
SCA-UA 755.001 American Dilemma: Race, Inequality, Unfulfilled Promises of Public Education Martinez; MW 9:30-10:45, Online, SAME AS TCHL-UE 41.001 Recitation Required .
SCA-UA 757.001 Writing New York Augst; MW 9:30-10:45, Online, SAME AS ENGL-UA 180.001.
SCA-UA 758.001 The Irish and New York Casey; MW 2-3:15, Online, SAME AS IRISH-UA 180.001 & HIST-UA 180.001.
SCA-UA 762.001 Shaping The Urban Environment Ritter; Tu-Th 3:30-4:45, Online, SAME AS ARTH-UA 661.001.
SCA-UA 769.001 City Planning: 19th & 20th Centuries Ritter; Tu-Th 11-12:15, Online, SAME AS ARTH-UA 663.001.
SCA-UA 782.001 The Social Challenges of Climate Change Klinenberg; Tu-Th 11-12:15, Online, SAME AS SOC-UA 454.001 Recitation Required.
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