Community and Regional Planning

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


181. Introduction to Environmental Problems. (3)


265. Sustainable Community Planning Methods. (3)


330. Introduction to Urban Design. (3)


376 / 576. Human Settlements. (3)


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


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


420. Environmental Design Studio. (5 [4])


421. Urban Design Studio. (3)


425 / 525. Urban Design Theory. (3)


427 / 527. Watershed Management. (3)


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


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


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


462 / 562. The Housing Process. (3)


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


470. Seminar. (1-3, no limit Δ)


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


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


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


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


482 / 582. Graphic Communications. (3)


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


484 / 584. Neighborhood Planning. (3)


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


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


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


500. Planning Theory and Process. (4)


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


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


510. Planning Communication Workshop. (2)


511. Analytical Methods for Planning. (4)


513 / 413. Qualitative Research Methods. (3)


515. Natural Resources Field Methods. (3)


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


520. Planning Studio. (4)


521. Advanced Planning Studio. (5)


525 / 425. Urban Design Theory. (3)


527 / 427. Watershed Management. (3)


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


530. Internship. (2)


531 [531 / 431]. Foundations of Community Development. (3)


532 [532 / 432]. Foundations of Natural Resources. (3)


533 [433 / 533]. Foundations of Physical Planning. (3)


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


537 [537 / 437]. Urban Systems. (3)


543. Transportation Planning. (3)


545. Land Use Controls. (3)


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


562 / 462. The Housing Process. (3)


563. Housing Seminar. (3)


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


568. Advanced Urban Design. (4)


569. Rural Community Development. (3)


570. Seminar. (1-3, no limit Δ)


572. Indigenous Planning. (3)


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


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


576 / 376. Human Settlements. (3)


577. Practice of Policy Development. (3)


578. Latin American Development Planning. (3)


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


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


582 / 482. Graphic Communications. (3)


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


584 / 484. Neighborhood Planning. (3)


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


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


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


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


589. Professional Project II. (1-6, no limit Δ)


590. Historic Research Methods. (3)


591. Introduction to Preservation and Regionalism. (3)


593. Civic Places. (3)


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


691. Sustainable Settlements. (3)


692. Urban Outcomes Analysis. (3)


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


694. Urban Design Methods. (1-3)


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


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