The Environmental Planning specialization offers an opportunity for students to focus on the protection of environmental assets and natural resources. In the public sector, graduates with an environmental planning concentration often work at the state, regional, or federal level where that type of specialization is more common. A number of former students work for environmental consulting firms or land conservation organizations.
Elective courses are taken both within the department and across campus to strengthen natural science and technical areas. CRP 841 Introduction to Environmental Planning is the overview course for this specialization. Students in consultation with their advisor select electives to build both a depth and breadth of understanding to address natural resource issues.
CRP 841 Introduction to Environmental Planning
Elective course options:
CRP 840 Seminar in Coastal Planning
CRP 844 Outdoor Recreation Resource Management and Planning
CRP 845 Water Resources Policy and Law
CRP/POST 870 Seminar in Sustainable Development
CRP 883 Techniques for Analyzing Development Impacts
CRP 889 Selected Topics in Planning
CRP 890 Directed Studies in City and Regional Planning
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