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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Certificate Programs Environmental Planning Certificate (21 credits)  

Environmental Planning Certificate (21 credits)

Environmental planning requires the integration of envi-ronmental information into the planning process and is concerned with the protection and enhancement of environmental systems while meeting demands for growth and development. The Environmental Planning Certificate Program provides a basic introduction to the challenges of environmental planning and enables students from a variety of disciplines to pursue professional careers in planning.

The certificate is administered through the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources. For further information, contact Dr. David L. Tulloch in the Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences Building, Room 133, 932-1581, or

Required courses (12)

11:372:231 Fundamentals of Environmental Planning (3)

11:372:232 Fundamentals of Environmental Geomatics (3)

11:372:409 New Jersey Planning Practice (3)

11:372:411 Environmental Planning and the Development Process (3)

Electives (9)

11:375:409 Environmental Statement and Impact (3)

10:975:305 U.S. Urban Policy (3)

10:975:306 Introduction to Urban and Environmental Planning (3)

10:975:315 Theory and Methods of Land-Use Planning (3)

10:975:316 Urban Design and Site Planning (3)

10:975:335 Administrative Issues in Environmental and Land-Use Planning (3)

10:975:420 Computers in Planning and Management (3)

10:975:474 Tourism Planning (3)

10:975:478 History of Planning Thought (3)

10:975:481 Housing and Economic Analysis (3)

Adviser-approved course(s) in planning

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