URP 566– Urban Design: Case Studies
Course No.: 24228
Department: Urban and Regional Planning
Semester: 2018 Spring
Location: Hayes Hall – 328
Meeting Day(s): Wednesday
Meeting Time: 2:00 PM - 4:40 PM
Theories of Urban Settlement Patterns and Case Study: Rethinking Health and Shaping the City
The semester will be organized to introduce:
City Typology Normative Theories The case study on: Health and Shaping of the City
With these perspectives in mind, the seminar will address:
Consideration for creating a set of plausible visions for enriching and improving lives of the public and the more sustainable future.
The seminar will be organized as an interdisciplinary mode of learning with MARC and MUP students.
Students will complete weekly readings, participate in class seminars, complete team assignments, and deliver final project.