The Minor Program in Culture, Creativity and Cities offers students an in-depth understanding of the relationship between culture and cities. The Minor is interdisciplinary in content and method. Through experiential learning, students will develop a suite of transferable skills in written, oral, and digital communication.

Program Requirements
The program requires the completion of 4.0 credits as follows:

1. 0.5 credit from the following:
ANTA02H3 Introduction to Anthropology: Society, Culture and Language
CITA01H3/‚Äč(CITB02H3) Foundations of City Studies
GGRA02H3 The Geography of Global Processes
MDSA01H3 Introduction to Media Studies
MDSA02H3 History of Media
MGTA01H3 Introduction to Business
MGTA02H3 Managing the Business Organization
[SOCA03Y3 Introduction to Sociology or [(SOCA01H3) Introduction to Sociology I or (SOCA02H3) Introduction to Sociology II]]
VPAA10H3 Introduction to Arts and Media Management

2. SOCB58H3 Sociology of Culture

3. 1.0 credit from the following:
ACMB10H3 Equity and Diversity in the Arts
ENGB37H3 Popular Literature and Mass Culture
GGRB05H3 Urban Geography
GGRB55H3 Cultural Geography
MDSB03H3 Advertising and Consumer Culture
MDSB25H3 Political Economy of Media
SOCB37H3 Economy, Culture, and Society
SOCB44H3 Sociology of Cities and Urban Life

4. SOCC26H3 Sociology of Urban Cultural Policies

5. 1.0 credit from the following:
ENGC59H3 Literature and the Environment
ENGC83H3 World Cinema
GGRC13H3 Urban Political Geography
SOCC27H3 Sociology of Suburbs and Suburbanization
SOCC44H3 Media and Society
SOCC47H3 Creative Industries
SOCD12H3 Sociology of Art
SOCD52H3 Sociology of Books
VPAC15H3 Cultural Policy

6. 0.5 credit from the following:
SOCD01H3 Advanced Seminar in Culture and Cities
SOCD51H3 Capstone Seminar in Culture, Creativity, and Cities