END 301– Perspectives On Land Use & Development
Course No.: 22708
Department: Urban and Regional Planning
Semester: 2017 Fall
Location: Hayes Hall – 401
Meeting Day(s): Tuesday-Thursday
Meeting Time: 9:30 AM - 10:50 AM
This course examines how society regulates the use of land and how policy is designed to steer the development of land as a lens to carefully observe and understand modern society. The course investigates how these efforts to regulate land use and development attempt to maximize the benefit to the public by attempting to balance the combination of economic goods, natural goods, and human/social goods to maximize the public’s quality of life.