Cities, Markets and the Global Economy concentration

Neighborhoods, cities, and metropolitan areas are communities defined by geographic, economic, legal, political, cultural, and social boundaries. This concentration allows students to advance their knowledge on the intersection of these elements, the impact they have on populations and what is considered a "market," and the resulting economic impact on a global scale. 

To fulfill the concentration, students must take three courses from the following list:

SOCI 0007 - The Future of Work - First Year Seminar
SOCI 0008 - Work and Careers in the 21st Century - First Year Seminar
SOCI 1040- Population and Society
SOCI 1090- Urban Sociology
SOCI 2250 - The Future of Work
SOCI 2410- Metropolitan Growth and Poverty
SOCI 2910- Globalization
SOCI 2931- Latinx Communities and Social Change
SOCI 2933 - Global Chinas and Chinese Diasporas
SOCI 2940- Homelessness and Urban Inequality
SOCI 2941- The Immigrant City
SOCI 2942- Cities, Suburbs and Regions
SOCI 2943- Global Urban Education
SOCI 2944- Perspectives on Urban Poverty
SOCI 2945- Globalization and the City