Courses - Cities and the Environment in History PLAN 5005   Cities and the Environment in History
CREDIT HOURS: 3
The contemporary landscape reflects a long history of human activities on the land, and design and planning interventions through time. Civilizations rise and fall, often because of their degradation of the ecosystems that support them. This course examines the relationship of cities with the environment to enhance our understanding of landscape change, urban form, and patterns in human settlements through the ages.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Seminar

FORMAT COMMENTS: Lecture/seminar, 3 hours
CROSS-LISTING: PLAN 3005.03