The Community Development minor is an applied, multidisciplinary minor. The purpose of the minor is to prepare students to integrate community development concepts into their own occupations; to recognize the relationships of social, economic, and development change on community viability and sustainability; and to take a more active role in the affairs of their own communities. The minor consists of 18 credits. Requirements include EMGT 410 Comprehensive Emergency Management Planning and SOC 405 Community Development and a minimum of three credits in each of the following areas: economics, business, and social science.
For individuals who
Are interested in learning the relationships of social, economic and demographic change in a community. Want to be highly involved in their local community.
Interdisciplinary coursework in sociology, emergency management, business and social sciences.
- Chamber of Commerce
- Community Development
- Non-Profit Management