sus380 | undergraduate
Sustainable Planning And Land Use
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Soil and Ground Water Considerations in Sustainable Planning
- Explain the importance of soil in land use planning.
- Analyze solid waste and wastewater disposal systems planning.
- Explain natural water protection strategies.
Surface Water Considerations in Sustainable Planning
- Explain best management practices for storm water drainage design.
- Analyze surface water planning issues and strategies.
Natural Water Landscapes and the Built Environment
- Explain the importance of natural water flow.
- Explain sustainable planning practices for coastal areas.
- Explain the effects of urbanized landscapes on sustainable development.
Biological Considerations in Land Use Planning
- Analyze biological challenges in sustainable planning.
- Create a comprehensive sustainable land use plan.
Introduction: Physiography, Landscape Form, and Topography
- Explain how the physiography of the United States has influenced planning and land use over the last decades.
- Explain the role of politics in sustainable planning and land use.
- Explain the role of landscape form and topography in effective sustainable planning and land use.
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