Urban and Regional Planning (B.S.)
|General Education 23 Requirements
|33 credit hours
|Urban and Regional Planning Major Requirements (39 credit hours)
|INTRODUCTION TO URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING
|PRINCIPLES OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING
|MAPS AND MAPMAKING USING GIS
|LAND USE PLANNING AND ZONING
|PLANS AND PLAN-MAKING
|Electives Selected by Advisement (18 credit hours)
|Select from the following:
|HOUSING AND EQUITABLE URBANISM
|PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE COMMUITIES
|NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
|URBAN ANALYSIS USING GIS
|COMMUNITY PLANNING AGENCIES AND ISSUES
|PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
|FUNDAMENTALS OF GIS
|ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING APPLICATIONS IN GIS
|All College Electives
|42-48 credit hours
|Total Credit Hours
- understand the basic themes in the planning field and the multidisciplinary aspects of the profession.
- be able to assemble ideas and information from prior planning practice and scholarship and understand its relationship to plan development.
- be able to organize planning information into maps, graphs, and other visual representations and analyze that information to seek patterns, relationships, and connections.
- be able to prepare and deliver clear and convincing written and oral presentations.