This course focuses on the spatial structure and function of cities and regions and the roles that urban planners play in analyzing and shaping cities and regions, including the built and natural environment, environmental policies, and social and economic dynamics. The objective is to reach a critical understanding of the cultural and historical processes and planning actions and policies that have influenced cities and regions.
Course No.: 10310
Department: Urban and Regional Planning
Semester: 2018 Fall
Location: Hayes Hall – 403
Meeting Day(s): Tuesday-Thursday
Meeting Time: 9:30 AM - 10:50 AM
Students will gain both a theoretical and practical understanding of city and regional planning processes as we explore problems and challenges currently facing communities in Western New York, the United States, and the world. Prerequisite: graduate standing.