Prerequisite: FCS 3200 or ARCH/URBPL Majors.
Quantitative Intensive BS
Meets with FCS 6700. Capstone class. Students learn to use demographic data to assess the needs of consumers, households, and communities and conduct research projects on changing communities. These analyses are central to understanding a variety of community issues regarding homeownership, household crowding, immigration, racial and ethnic change, education, employment, transportation, and poverty. The course places emphasis on the interface between theory, measurement, and communication of scientific findings. Service learning may be offered on an optional basis.