IMPORTANT NOTE

The requirements below apply to those students with a 2023-2024 catalog year. Students are required by college policy to follow the major (and minor) requirements found in the catalog in effect at the time they declared their first major. To find your catalog year, please visit your Grades and Academic Records found in myOxy and access the catalog that matches your catalog year.

The requirements below apply to those students with a  2020-2021 catalog  year. Students are required by college policy to follow the major (and minor) requirements found in the catalog in effect at the time they declared their first major. To find your catalog year, please visit your Grades and Academic Records found in myOxy and access the catalog that matches your catalog year.

Students interested in the UEP major are encouraged to take UEP 101 during their first year. It is also recommended to take POL 101 and ECON 101 by the end of the sophomore year. 

Though not required for the major, students are also encouraged to take environmental science courses in the Geology department such as: GEO 150, GEO 245, and GEO 255.

Placement Information

No placement exams are specifically required for the UEP major.

Sample 4-Year Plan


Fall

Spring

Year 1

  • Fall FYS course

  • UEP 101

  • Core Requirement (4 units)

  • Core Requirement (4 units)

  • Spring FYS course

  • POLS 101 or ECON 101

  • Core Requirement (4 units)

  • Core Requirement (4 units)

Year 2

  • POLS 101 or ECON 101

  • UEP 301

  • Core Requirement (4 units)

  • General Elective (4 units)

  • UEP 300

  • Core Requirement (4 units)

  • Core Requirement (4 units)

  • General Elective (4 units)

Year 3

  • UEP 305 (CPMS)

  • UEP 310

  • UEP 311

  • General Elective (4 units)

  • UEP Elective (4 units)

  • General Elective (4 units)

  • General Elective (4 units)

  • General Elective (4 units)

Year 4

  • UEP 410

  • UEP Elective (4 units)

  • General Elective (4 units)

  • General Elective (4 units)

  • UEP 411

  • General Elective (4 units)

  • General Elective (4 units)

  • General Elective (4 units)

Curricular Notes

  • It is highly recommended that students enroll in UEP 101 during their first year.

Transfer Credit Policies

The UEP Program policy on transfer credit conforms to College policy. Students should reference the Transfer Credit section for details.

Contact Urban & Environmental Policy
Urban & Environmental Policy Institute

1882 Campus Road