Urban-Regional Planning (PLSC 411)
This course examines planning concepts and the role of planning in the formulation of public policy and the meeting of critical social problems regarding ""livability"" that shape our urban and regional environments. Also the uses of planning will be covered to show how people's concerns about their quality of life can be accommodated while providing employment, services and facilities. This course will delineate the impacts of people upon their environment, society, and governments. This course meets General Education requirements: Social Awareness. Pre-Requisites:PLSC 121 or PLSC 122; & PLSC 251. Typically Offered Fall Only, Odd Years
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