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
41 Park Row, Room 1109
(212) 346-1459 or
|Select 3-4 courses of the following: 1||12|
|New York City: From Great Metropolis to World Capital 1898-Present|
|Concert Season in New York|
|Topics in Art|
|Topics from Hispanic Literature and Culture in Translation I|
|Select one courses at the 200-level or above from the following: 2||3|
|Environmental Science: The Web of Life|
|Environmental Chemistry: Principles, Problems and Solutions|
|Topic: Ethnographic New York|
|Community Relations in the Criminal Justice System|
|History of New York City|
|Internship Program l|
|Community Service in New York City|
|Immigration, Ethnicity and Race in NYC History|
|NY Blue Collar: Worker in City Fiction: Civil War-Depression|
Other NYC-related courses may be substituted with approval of program coordinator.
Other 200, 300, 400-level NYC-related courses may be substituted with approval of program coordinator.