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Summer 2022
Apr 16, 2024
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PLAN 31580 - Introduction to Planning: Past, Present, and Future
This course focuses on the comprehension, representation, and use of ideas and information in the planning field, including appropriate perspectives from history, social science, and the design professions. Course content offers the primary reasons planning is undertaken by communities, cities, regions, and nations, and the impact planning is expected to have. Specific topics include history of human settlements, planning history, planning theory, global dimensions of planning, and planning processes to influence the future.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Geography, Plng & Sustainablty Department

Course Attributes:
Grad Catalog Course, Graduate Lvl crses 500 and up, Min. grade B- required to pass

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