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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Programs of Study Minors and Certificate Programs Minor in Environmental Planning (18 credits)  

Minor in Environmental Planning (18 credits)

Environmental Planning Minor:  Environmental planning requires the integration of environmental information into the planning process and is concerned with the protection and enhancement of environmental systems while meeting demands for growth and development. This minor is intended for students from any discipline who are interested in pursuing professional careers in environmental planning and related areas. It also provides a basis for graduate and professional studies.

Environmental Planning Graduation Requirements (18 credits)
Course #               Credits    Name                
Requirement                9    Environmental Planning Core                
11:573:202                   3    Environmental Issues                 
11:573:231                   3    Fundamentals of Environmental Planning                
11:550:230                   3    Environmental Design Analysis                

Plus 9 credits from:             Planning Electives      
11:375:202                   3    Water and Wastewater Treatment                
10:762:233                   3    Urban World                
10:762/833/843:210     3    Principles of Public Policy                
10:762:306                   3    Principles of Urban Planning                
10:762/832/971:202     3    Designing Healthy Cities                 
10:762:335                   3    Gender, Family, and Public Policy                
10:762:413                   3    Urban Revitalization                
11:216:474                   3    Advanced Remote Sensing Image Analysis
                                               Prerequisite: 11:216:371 or 01:450:322          
11:373:362                    3    Natural Resource Economics                
11:373:362                    3    Environmental Economics                
11:375:307                    3    Solid Waste Management and Treatment                
11:375:322                    3    Energy Technology and Environment                
11:550:231                    5    Introduction to Environmental Design                
11:550:331                    5    Environmental Planning Studio                 
11:550:332                    5    Praxis Studio I (Junior) Section OD                
11:573:232                    3    Fundamentals of Environmental Geomatics                
11:573:302                    3    Ecological History of North America                
11:573:437                    3    Sustainability Decision Tools                
11:573:437                    3    Spatial Data Visualization and Map Design
                                               Prerequisites: 11:573:232 and 11:573:233 or equivalent
11:573:444                    3    Watershed Planning and Management                

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