Planning, Public Policy, and Social Theory (3)
Contemporary social theory applied to planning and policy; the role of the state in globalization, space, and scale; gender, race, and culture; citizenship, ethics, and social justice.
Lake. Required course for Ph.D. program.
Advanced Scholarly Research (3)
Doctoral-level study of scholarly exposition, peer research review, research design, and the preparation of research proposals. Students prepare dissertation proposals encompassing doctoral-level synthesis of theory and analytic methods.
Noland. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Required course for Ph.D. program.
Research in Planning and Public Policy (BA,BA)
These required courses are listed through the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.
Discrete Choice Methods (3)
Review of linear regression and categorical dependent variables. Methods include linear probability, logit, probit, multinomial, and conditional logit models.
Jagannathan. Required course for Ph.D. program.
Advanced Qualitative Methods (3)
Techniques of qualitative research, including interviewing, ethnography, and phenomenology; appropriate applications.
Weiner. Required course for Ph.D. program.