Regional Planning

UP 523

This introductory course examines regional planning and analysis. Regionalism represents a distinctive view of metropolitan development, an alternative conception of community, and an institutional response to environment, economic and social challenges. We examine such debates a sustainability, metropolitan sprawl, city-suburb inequality, and the role of state and federal policy.

Credits: 
3
School(s)/College(s): 
Arch. and U.P. (Taubman) » Urban and Regional Planning
Arch. and U.P. (Taubman)
Semesters: 
Winter 2012
Fall 2013
Fall 2015