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FIRST SESSION, 2017

PLAN 246 Cities of the Future (3). Introduction to the evolution of cities in history, to the concept of urban morphology or form, and to the different elements or subsystems of the urban system and how they have changed over time. Course flyer.

PLAN 575 Real Estate Development (3). MAYMESTER. Rigorous examination of real estate development from the entrepreneurial and public perspectives.  Emphasis on risk management and the inherent uncertainties of development.  The four dimensions of real estate are addressed: economic/market, legal/institutional, physical, and financial.

PLAN 591 Applied Issues in Geographic Information Systems (3). Applied issues in the use of geographic information systems in terrain analysis, medical geography, biophysical analysis, and population geography.

PLAN 799 Planning Seminar (Var.).  Original research, fieldwork, readings, or discussion of selected planning issues under guidance of a member of the faculty.

PLAN 896 Independent Study (Var.). This course permits full-time graduate students enrolled in the Department of City and Regional Planning who wish to pursue independent research or an independent project to do so under the direction of a member of the department faculty.

PLAN 992 Master’s Project (3).  The master’s project is original work, involving a substantial degree of independent research and/or analysis.  May be a research paper, critical essay, development and evaluation of a program, project, or plan.

PLAN 994 Doctoral Dissertation (Var.).

SECOND SESSION, 2017

PLAN 247 Solving Urban Problems (3). Introduction to methods used for solving urban problems. Covers methods employed in subfields of planning to develop an ability to critically evaluate different techniques and approaches used within these disciplines.

PLAN 799 Planning Seminar (Var.).  Original research, fieldwork, readings, or discussion of selected planning issues under guidance of a member of the faculty.

PLAN 896 Independent Study (Var.). This course permits full-time graduate students enrolled in the Department of City and Regional Planning who wish to pursue independent research or an independent project to do so under the direction of a member of the department faculty.

PLAN 992 Master’s Project (3).  The master’s project is original work, involving a substantial degree of independent research and/or analysis.  May be a research paper, critical essay, development and evaluation of a program, project, or plan.

PLAN 994 Doctoral Dissertation (Var.).