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Are you fascinated by the roles of culture and ethnicity in society? Do your interests include social change and community involvement? Community and Regional Development majors help shape the quality of life for other people. Dealing with social concerns such as hunger, homelessness, gender issues, and abuse are just a few of the ways you can help change contemporary society.
UC Davis Community and Regional Development majors are working in fields such as city and regional planning, community health, community law and community medicine. This is also an excellent major to consider if you plan to attend law or medical school.
After you complete your general education courses, you have several options: you can specialize in Community Groups, focusing on race, ethnicity and gender; Organization & Management, focusing on personnel, public relations, and general management; Policy & Planning, focusing on law, environment, local government; or Social Services, focusing on health, housing, design, education, and counseling. All students in this major are required to complete an internship in the field.
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