Welcome - Environmental Systems in Planning PLAN 1201   Environmental Systems in Planning
Planners require a fundamental understanding of bio-physical structures and processes in diverse landscapes, and how they interact with human uses. This course introduces students to human-environment systems, and how they inform the environmental principles applied in planning. The course will place understanding of these concepts within the multiple ethical, legal, political, and social contexts of planning. Students will learn the fundamentals of field observation, documentation, and report writing.
  • Lecture
  • Tutorial

FORMAT COMMENTS: Lectures, labs, field visits