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CMTY 452. Environmental Planning

Credits: 3
Department: Planning and Community Development
Description: Theory, tools, principles and techniques, policy, regulation, and socio/economic impacts on communities emphasizing sustainable development, land use, economic growth, transportation, and environmental impact and mitigation issues.
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Identify, recite, explain, and discuss major theoretical concepts, policies, and laws pertaining to environmental planning.
2. Explain current environmental challenges as connected to economic growth, land use, transportation, and waste management issues impacting communities.
3. Collect, analyze, and interpret environmental data.
4. Evaluate and synthesize current information and apply it to appropriate planning and policy decision-making related to Sustainable Planning and Development.

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