Minor in Geography - Community Design Context PLAN 2005   Community Design Context
Our communities are shaped by a wide range of factors as varied as the way we organize power within our government system, the significance of the profit motive in our economy, and our cultural desire to separate work and home. This course considers various governance, economic, social, demographic, and service issues that influence the shape and regulation of communities and landscapes in the contemporary context. It examines a range of scales, from international through national, provincial and local.
  • Lecture
  • Seminar

FORMAT COMMENTS: Lecture/seminar 3 hours
PREREQUISITES: PLAN 1001.03 or concurrent
RESTRICTIONS: Restricted to students in: Bachelor of Community Design