Knowlton School

City & Regional Planning

  • CRPLAN 2000 Introduction to City & Regional Planning | Undergraduate
    How transportation, housing, and land use work together to create vibrant cities and regions.
    Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 310.

  • CRPPLAN 2100 Reading the City through History and Law | Undergraduate
    An intensive investigation of cities' complex cultures and societal rules and the role of history and law in shaping their development.
    Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 210 and 350.
     
  • CRPLAN 2110 Creating Innovative Cities and Regions | Undergraduate
    Successful cities rely on innovation to keep them forward-moving. Emerging trends and unmet market needs are studied to generate innovative planning solutions.
    Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 2110H or 110.
     
  • CRPLAN 3100 Analyzing the City | Undergraduate
    Spatial, economic, and demographic tools aid in forecasting the future of cities and regions. These tools serve as a foundation for imagining the future.
    Prereq: Math 1118 (117) or 1151 (151) or 1131 (131), and CRPlan 3000; or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 3100H (340).
     
  • CRPLAN 3200 Place Making | Undergraduate
    Vibrant public places and sustainable communities are realized when planners visualize and understand spatial relationships at the site, neighborhood and community level.
    Prereq: 1100 (110), 1100E, 2000 (310), 2110, 2110E, Arch 1100 (100), 1100E, 100H, LArch 1100 (100), or 1100E, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 3200E or 330.
     
  • CRPLAN 3500 The Socially Just City | Undergraduate
    Too many cities are split between the haves and the have-nots. Explore how to reduce poverty, increase access to public services, and create a high quality of life for all residents.
    GE soc sci orgs and polities and diversity soc div in the US course.
     
  • CRPLAN 5010 Historic Preservation Planning | Undergraduate, Graduate
    Cities are rich in history. Policies, incentives and planning aid in preserving unique historic character and heritage of cities.
    Prereq: Sr or Grad standing. Not open to students with credit for Arch 604.

 

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