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City and Regional Planning

110 New East, CB# 3140
(919) 962-4779

First Session, 2021

PLAN 375 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. Previously offered as PLAN 575. REMOTE ONLY-SYNCHRONOUS.

PLAN 704 Theory of Planning I (3)

MAYMESTER. The logic of planning as a professional activity. Critical overview of current process theories leading students to develop a personal philosophy applicable to their work as planners. REMOTE ONLY-SYNCHRONOUS.

PLAN 793 Planning Internship (Var.)

Applied work experience in a professional setting. REMOTE ONLY-SYNCHRONOUS.

Second Session, 2021

PLAN 101 Cities and Urban Life (3)

This course will introduce students to the topic of cities and urban life. Over 80% of the United States’ population lives in cities or their suburbs, and over half of the world’s population lives in urban areas. Studying cities and urban life is important to understanding how human societies have developed, how our households live and function, how our economies grow and innovate, how our culture develops and influences, and an array of other topics. REMOTE ONLY-SYNCHRONOUS.

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. REMOTE ONLY-SYNCHRONOUS.

PLAN 793 Planning Internship (Var.)

Applied work experience in a professional setting. REMOTE ONLY-SYNCHRONOUS.

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