PAD 3330  Urban and Regional Planning credits: 3

This course provides a basic foundation into the principles of planning practices that imply and include the potential variations of substance as related to local government planning. Emphasis is placed on social, economic and housing planning and its relationship to conceptual frameworks, research perspectives, practical and political considerations, and public policy to include its origin, interpretation and implementation. Course content is guided by an understanding that community growth, and the inevitable changes associated with growth, are no longer accepted without challenge.

Admission to: PPA-BS with a minimum grade of C