Community & Regional Development Major
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It is the policy of the CRD Major that CRD students must be enrolled in a Summer Session (either I or II), and complete a faculty-signed academic contract, if they wish to receive unit credit for research or internship work done during the summer months.
All classes that you are taking to satisfy major requirements (i.e., lower and upper division classes, English classes) must be taken for a letter grade.
Preparatory Subject Matter
Community Development CRD 1
Ethnicity and American Communities CRD 2
Social Science Theory ANT 2 or SOC 1
Economic Theory ECN 1A or 1B
Statistics and Research STA 13 or 32 or SOC 46B
Computer Science PLS 21 or ECS 15
Depth Subject Matter
Comparative Community Change CRD 142, 152, 153 A or B or C,
164, 172, 176 or 180
Economics of Community Change CRD 118, 140,141, 162 or IAD 103
Political Processes & Community Change CRD 147, 149, 154, 157, 158, or 171
Methods for Community Research CRD 151, CRD 156 (one CRD required)
EDU 114, LDA 150, SOC 103, SOC 106,
CMN 102, or STA 102 Internship CRD 192 (P/NP Grading)
Areas of Specialization (Tracks):
Identify two tracks and take 20 units from each. One course from each track must be a CRD course or Take 40 units from one track with two CRD courses. Consult the CRD tracks handouts to identify an emphasis for suitable courses in your Area of Specialization. Up to 4 units of CRD 192, 198 or 199 (variable unit course work) may be counted toward this requirement. These 40 units may not overlap with the 40 units from the depth subject matter.
Policy & Planning and Social Services
Written/Oral Expression To satisfy English Composition requirement for College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences. Test given by Letters and Science not applicable.
Two courses from: ENL 3, UWP 1, 18, 19, 101, or 104 A,B,C,D, or UWP102, COM 1,2,3, 4, NAS 5, or CMN 1
Additional English required course for Major: UWP101, 102, 104A–F