DURP Course Catalog

UP547 - Regional Planning and Policy

Overview:

When are regional approaches more common and why? This course builds knowledge of principles and practices to tackle challenges that go beyond the geographical or disciplinary domain of a single agency. Through reading, seminar discussions, and assignments, students will develop an understanding of problems and settings that involve multiple jurisdictions and actors. Topics will address crosscutting issues such as affordable housing, foreclosures, fiscal stability, and spatial inequality.

Prerequisite:

Graduate standing in urban planning or consent of instructor

Credit:

4 hours

Instructor:

Chakraborty

Notes:

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