GSD Course Bulletin - Fall 2008 - DES-03329-00
03329: Methods of Urban Planning (DES 0332900)
Urban Planning and Design
Lecture - 4 credits
Tuesday Thursday 11:30 - 1:00 Gund Hall
This companion course to the first-term Core Urban Planning Studio introduces students to selected methods used by urban planners in understanding, analyzing, and influencing the built environment. Students learn about the following: spatial analysis through GIS; visual representation techniques; projections and forecasts in plan-making, including how demographic, economic, and market forecasts inform land use and infrastructure needs assessments; how alternative land use scenarios are constructed, including approaches to allocating land use, estimating carrying capacity, and build-out analyses; and evaluation of land use impacts through fiscal, economic, social, environmental, and transportation frameworks.
Enrollment limited to students simultaneously enrolled in Core Urban Planning Studio I
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