The interdisciplinary minor in urban affairs introduces students to urban issues from multiple disciplines. Students have the opportunity to take classes in economics, history, political science, and social and cultural sciences.

The urban affairs minor consists of six courses, totaling 18 credit hours. Some courses you might take as an Urban Affairs minor:

Public Service Accelerated Degree Program

Marquette University offers a five-year accelerated degree program in Public Service for students completing a bachelor's degree and declared in the Urban Affairs minor. Students admitted to the program may count up to 12 graduate credits taken during their senior undergraduate year toward both the bachelor's and master's degrees, thereby reducing the time typically needed to complete both degrees from six years to five. 

For a complete listing of required courses for the program in Urban Affairs, please visit the Marquette University Online Bulletin at this link.