Planning (PLAN)

PLAN 305. Dogs in Society: An Interdisciplinary Examination of the Human Canine Connection - SB3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Spring Only

Description: The course examines the evolution of dogs as human partners in society and delves into the relationship of our species with one another. It explores medical, safety, ethical, regulatory and legal issues, including the American with Disabilities Act and municipal approaches to regulating ownership. It considers behavioral adaptations of both species and some cutting-edge research in canine neuroscience. (Social Science)

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PLAN 380. Special Topics in Urban Planning3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: This course will cover special topics in urban planning at the undergraduate 300 level. Content of the course will vary by semester offered and instructor.

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PLAN 500. Economics for Public Affairs3 Units

Description: An introduction to basic economic concepts and their application to public affairs and urban planning.

Note: Cross-listed with PADM 500.

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PLAN 501. Urban Environmental Quality3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.

Description: A study of environmental aspects of urban areas and analysis of inter- and intra-city variations in environmental quality.

Note: Cross-listed with GEOG 561.

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