PAD 553 - Community Planning and Policy
The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to the professional practice of community planning and the basic theoretical concepts on which the discipline of professional planning is based. Students will identify and analyze the critical factors for achieving community quality of life, the relevant public policy issues, decision making processes, and resources that affect planning across a broad spectrum of community types, including urban-suburban-exurban-rural, and the complexities of zoning, economic and community development.
Restricted to MPA and Certificate students.
Academic Program Restrictions:
CERT:Mgmt of Non Prft Org -UIS CERT:Online Comm Plan - UIS CERT:OnlineEmrPrepHomeSec -UIS CERT:OnlineMgmtofNonPfgOrg-UIS MPA:Online Public Admin -UIS MPA:Public Administration -UIS NDEG:Pub Sector-Labor Rel-UIS CERT:Community Planning - UIS
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate
Term(s): Spring , Summer