The Environmental Planning curriculum provides a broad educational experience emphasizing an understanding of planning and management of the physical and cultural environments. The program strives to consider our relationship with the land, in an effort to foster ethical planning solutions. A program that that promotes sustainability regardless of location, strives for social equity and envisions a post-industrial landscape that provides ecological services.
Program Learning Goals
- Understand, analyze, and incorporate natural features and systems in planning and land management practices.
- Analyze and incorporate social, cultural, and behavioral factors in planning.
- Understand the history of environmental planning and policy including contemporary and sustainable practices and their impact on people and the land.
- Evaluate implications of institutions and policy in terms of their ability to shape sustainable regions.
- Effectively communicate with the public, communities, and policymakers on issues of land stewardship, environmental justice, and social well-being.
Requirements (120 credits)
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