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Community Development

The minor in Community Development is designed to introduce students to community development theory, to analytic and research skills pertinent to the field, and to the role of organizations and critical issues in community development.

Requirements: 

24 units

    Complete the following course (4 units)

    • CRD 1 The Community (4 units)

    Choose five courses (20 units)

    • CRD 118 Technology and Society (4 units)
    • CRD 140 Political Economy of Regional Development (4 units)
    •  CRD 141 Organization of Economic Space (4 units)
    • CRD 142 Rural Change in the Industrialized World (4 units)
    • CRD 147 Community Youth Development (4 units)   
    • CRD 149 Community Development and Environmental Justice (4 units)
    • CRD 151 Community Field Research: Theory & Analysis (4 units)
    • CRD 152 Community Development (4 units)    
    • CRD 153A/B/C International Community Development (4 units)  
    • CRD 154 Social Theory and Community Change (4 units)
    • CRD 156 Community Economic Development (4 units)
    • CRD 157 Politics and Community Development (4 units)
    • CRD 158 Small Community Governance (4 units)
    • CRD 162 People, Work and Technology (4 units)  
    • CRD 164 Theories in Organizational Change (4 units)
    • CRD 171 Housing & Social Policy (4 units)
    • CRD 172 Social Inequality: Issues and Innovations (4 units)
    • CRD 176 Comparative Ethnicity (4 units)
    • CRD 180 Transnational Community Development (4 units)

    Total = 24 units

    Minor Advisor

    Galyna Erdman
    gerdman@ucdavis.edu
    530-752-2244