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University of California, Davis
Community and Regional Development B.S.

The Community and Regional Development major aims to provide a broad understanding of theories, methodologies and issues relevant to the study of communities and the people and organizations in them. The program focuses on the interaction between economic, political and socio-cultural forces at the local, regional, national and global level affecting community development. The emphasis is on how the quality of social life can be improved.
The Program. Principal subjects of study within the major are community and organizational development, social change processes, the role of culture and ethnicity in shaping community life, community research methodologies, the impacts of innovation and technology on community development, and the effects of social, economic and political systems on communities. The major is organized to allow students to develop fields of concentration that meet their career goals.

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