Community and Regional Planning

Program Director
Ric Richardson, Professor
Phone 505-277-6460
Email: crp@unm.edu 
Web site: http://saap.unm.edu

Professors
William Fleming, Ph.D., University of British Columbia
Theodore Jojola, Ph.D., University of Hawaii, M.C.P., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
James (Ric) Richardson, M.Arch.A.S., M.C.P., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
José A. Rivera, Ph.D., Brandeis University

Associate Professor
Claudia B. Isaac, Ph.D., University of California (Los Angeles)

Assistant Professors
Moises Gonzales, M.U.D., University of Colorado Denver; M.C.R.P., University of New Mexico
Laura Harjo, Ph.D., University of Southern California
Timothy Imeokparia, Ph.D., M.C.R.P., Ohio State University
Caroline Scruggs, Ph.D., Stanford University

Professors Emeriti
Teresa L. Córdova, Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley)
David S. Henkel, Ph.D., Cornell University
Paul E. Lusk, M.Arch., University of Pennsylvania
William J. Siembieda, Ph.D., University of California (Los Angeles)

Adjunct and Part-Time Faculty
Adelamar Alcantara, Ph.D., University of Hawaii
Christopher Blewett, M.A., University of New Mexico
Steve Borbas, M.Arch., Pratt Institute
Enrico Gradi, M.C.R.P., University of New Mexico
Sharon Hausam, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin (Madison)
Anita Miller, J.D., New York University
Porus Olpadwala, Ph.D., Cornell University
V.B. Price, B.A., University of New Mexico
Tony Sylvester, M.C.R.P., University of New Mexico
Francisco Uviña, M.Arch., University of New Mexico
Jose Zelaya, M.Arch., University of New Mexico


Associated Programs

Undergraduate Program


Graduate Program



Courses

CRP 165. Community and Regional Planning, Introduction. (3)



CRP 181. Introduction to Environmental Problems. (3)



CRP 265. Sustainable Community Planning Methods [Community Planning: Concepts and Methods]. (3)



CRP 330. Introduction to Urban Design. (3)



CRP 376 / 576. Human Settlements. (3)



CRP 403 / 503. Community-Based Practice. (3)



CRP 416 / 516. The Natural History of Watersheds: A Field Approach. (3)



CRP 420. Environmental Design Studio. (4)



CRP 421. Urban Design Studio. (3)



CRP 425 / 525. Urban Design Theory. (3)



CRP 427 / 527. Watershed Management. (3)



CRP 428 / 528. Gender and Economic Development. (3)



CRP 429 / 551. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CRP 431 / 531. Foundations of Community Development. (3)



CRP 432 / 532. Foundations of Natural Resources. (3)



CRP 433 / 533. Foundations of Physical Planning. (3)



CRP 435 / 535. Community Economics for Planners. (3)



CRP 437 / 537. Urban Systems. (3)



CRP 462 / 562. The Housing Process. (3)



CRP 465 / 565. Land Development Economics. (3)



CRP 467 / 567. Regional Planning Process and Theory. (3)



CRP 470. Seminar. (1-3, no limit Δ)



CRP 472 / 572. Indigenous Planning. (3)



CRP 473 / 573. Planning on Native American Lands. (3)



CRP 474 / 574. Cultural Aspects of Community Development Planning. (3)



CRP 480 / 580. Community Growth and Land Use Planning. (3)



CRP 481 / 581. Computer Applications for Planning and Administration. (3)



CRP 482 / 582. Graphic Communications. (3)



CRP 483 / 583. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS). (3)



CRP 484 / 584. Neighborhood Planning. (3)



CRP 485 / 585. Practice of Negotiation and Public Dispute Resolution. (3)



CRP 486 / 586. Planning Issues in Chicano Communities. (3)



CRP 487 / 587. Political Economy of Urban Development. (3)



CRP 500. Planning Theory and Process. (4)



CRP 503 / 403. Community-Based Practice. (3)



CRP 508. Design and Planning Assistance Center. (3-6 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



CRP 510. Planning Communication Workshop. (2)



CRP 511. Analytical Methods for Planning. (4)



CRP 513 / 413. Qualitative Research Methods. (3)



CRP 515. Natural Resources Field Methods. (3)



CRP 516 / 416. The Natural History of Watersheds: A Field Approach. (3)



CRP 520. Planning Studio. (4)



CRP 521. Advanced Planning Studio. (5)



CRP 525 / 425. Urban Design Theory. (3)



CRP 527 / 427. Watershed Management. (3)



CRP 528 / 428. Gender and Economic Development. (3)



CRP 530. Internship. (2)



CRP 531 / 431. Foundations of Community Development. (3)



CRP 532 / 432. Foundations of Natural Resources. (3)



CRP 533 / 433. Foundations of Physical Planning. (3)



CRP 535 / 435. Community Economics for Planners. (3)



CRP 536. Social Policy and Planning. (3)



CRP 537 / 437. Urban Systems. (3)



CRP 543. Transportation Planning. (3)



CRP 545. Land Use Controls. (3)



CRP 551 / 429. Problems. (1-3, no limit Δ)



CRP 562 / 462. The Housing Process. (3)



CRP 563. Housing Seminar. (3)



CRP 565 / 465. Land Development Economics. (3)



CRP 567 / 467. Regional Planning Process and Theory. (3)



CRP 568. Advanced Urban Design. (4)



CRP 569. Rural Community Development. (3)



CRP 570. Seminar. (1-3, no limit Δ)



CRP 572 / 472. Indigenous Planning. (3)



CRP 573 / 473. Planning on Native American Lands. (3)



CRP 574 / 474. Cultural Aspects of Community Development Planning. (3)



CRP 576 / 376. Human Settlements. (3)



CRP 577. Practice of Policy Development. (3)



CRP 578. Latin American Development Planning. (3)



CRP 580 / 480. Community Growth and Land Use Planning. (3)



CRP 581 / 481. Computer Applications for Planning and Administration. (3)



CRP 582 / 482. Graphic Communications. (3)



CRP 583 / 483. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS). (3)



CRP 584 / 484. Neighborhood Planning. (3)



CRP 585 / 485. Practice of Negotiation and Public Dispute Resolution. (3)



CRP 586 / 486. Planning Issues in Chicano Communities. (3)



CRP 587 / 487. Political Economy of Urban Development. (3)



CRP 588. Professional Project/Thesis Preparation Seminar. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CRP 589. Professional Project II. (1-6, no limit Δ [1-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ] )



CRP 590. Historic Research Methods. (3)



CRP 591. Introduction to Preservation and Regionalism. (3)



CRP 592. Public Works. (3)



CRP 593. Civic Places. (3)



CRP 599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



CRP 691. Sustainable Settlements. (3)



CRP 692. Urban Outcomes Analysis. (3)



CRP 693. Urban Goals and Components Analysis. (1-3)



CRP 694. Urban Design Methods. (1-3)



CRP 695. Urban Development and Regulation. (1-3)



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