New York City Studies

NEW YORK CITY STUDIES MINOR

New York City Studies consists of a series of courses that explore the history and culture of New York. By studying literary, sociological, scientific and historical texts; by visiting and exploring the city's museums, performances, and neighborhoods; and by working in and serving the city's communities, students will attain a rich understanding of the complex and diverse heritage they inherit by participating in this program.

For more information about how you may major in whatever you like while also becoming a New York City insider contact:

Professor Barbara Blumberg
History Department
41 Park Row, Room 1109
(212) 346-1459 or
E-mail: bblumberg@pace.edu

 

 

 

 

Category

 

Credits

 

 

 

Required Courses:

15

 

 

 

Group A

 

 

 

 

 

THREE or FOUR courses from the following from the following:

12

 

 

 

NYC 115

NYC: Studies in Value

6

MUS 121

The Concert Season in NYC

3

THR 123

Current Theater in NYC

3

DAN 123

Current Dance in NYC

3

ART 296

New York and the Visual Arts

3

HIS 113

The American Experience: The City and the Workplace

3

SCI 142

Geology of Metropolitan NYC OR

3

SCI 171

Coastal Oceanography

3

SOC 111

Urban Sociology

3

SPA 154

The Hispanic Cultural Experience in NYC

3

 

 

 

Note: Other NYC-related courses may be substituted with approval of program coordinator.

 

 

 

 

Group B

 

 

 

 

 

ONE course at the 200-level or above from the following:

3

ENV 221

Environmental Science or

3

ENV 222

Environmental Science

3

ENV 296F

An Environmental Study of the Greater NYC Region

3

ANT 296B

Ethnographic NY

3

CRJ 250

Police-Community Relations

3

HIS 366

History of NYC

3

HIS 391

History Internships in NYC

3

COM 393

Intern Program

3

SOC 226

Community Service in NYC

3

NYC 230

Immigration, Ethnicity, and Race in New York City's History

3

NYC 240

New York Blue Collar: The Worker in City Fiction

3

 

 

 

Note: Other 200, 300, 400-level NYC-related courses may be substituted with approval of program coordinator.

 

 

 

 

Total credits

15