Community and Regional Planning (CRP)

165. Social Issues in Urban and Regional Development. (3)


181. Environmental Issues in a Changing World. (3)


265. Sustainable Community Planning Methods. (3)


275. Community Change in a Global Era. (3)


330. Introduction to Urban Design. (3)


335. Community Economics for Planners. (3)


345. Stakeholders and Environmental Policy. (3)


355. Policing the City, From Albuquerque to Rio. (3)


376 [376 / 576]. Human Settlements. (3)


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


413 / 513. Qualitative Research Methods. (3)


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


420. Community Placemaking Studio. (5)


421. Urban Design Studio. (3)


425 / 525. Water and Energy in New Mexico: Conversations on Our Common Future. (3)


427 / 527. Watershed Management. (3)


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


436 / 536. Visualization Tools for Plan Making. (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. Community Growth and Land Use Planning. (3)


482 / 582. Graphic Communications. (3)


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


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


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


511. Analytical Methods for Planning. (3)


513 / 413. Qualitative Research Methods. (3)


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


520. Planning Studio. (4)


525 / 425. Water and Energy in New Mexico: Conversations on Our Common Future. (3)


527 / 427. Watershed Management. (3)


530. Internship. (2)


531. Foundations of Community Development. (3)


532. Foundations of Natural Resources. (3)


533. Foundations of Physical Planning. (3)


534. Foundations of Indigenous Planning. (3)


535. Community Economics for Planners. (3)


536 / 436. Visualization Tools for Plan Making. (3)


537. Urban Systems. (3)


538. Community Participatory Methods. (3)


539. Indigenous Space, Place and Mapping. (3)


540. Pueblo Design and Planning. (3)


541. Navajo Design and Planning. (3)


543. Transportation Planning. (3)


546. Contemporary Indigenous Architecture. (3)


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


562 / 462. The Housing Process. (3)


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


569. Rural Community Development. (3)


570. Seminar. (1-3, no limit Δ)


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


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


577. Practice of Policy Development. (3)


578. Development and Latin America. (3)


580. The Politics of Land. (3)


582 / 482. Graphic Communications. (3)


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


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


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


587. Political Economy of Urban Development in a Global World. (3)


588. Professional Project/Thesis Preparation Seminar. (2, may be repeated twice Δ)


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


590. Historic Research Methods. (3)


591. Introduction to Preservation and Regionalism. (3)


597. Capstone Planning Studio. (1-6, no limit Δ)


598. iTown Studio. (1-6, no limit Δ)


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


691. Sustainable Settlements. (3)


694. Urban Design Methods. (1-3 to a maximum of 4 Δ)


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