PLANNING 100G Creative Communities: An Introduction to Planning
PLANNING 100G | ARTS, B&E, EDUSW, EMHSS, LC* | Semester One 2017 | City Campus
*Does not satisfy the General Education requirement for the Bachelor of Urban Planning (Honours).
This course focuses on planning. Planning is about creating the future – a future that is sustainable, exciting and just. You will explore the evolution of urban planning ideas and practice, as a context for critically thinking about current issues and how New Zealand cities might be shaped from now on.
Note: Bachelor of Urban Planning and Bachelor of Urban Planning (Honours) students can not use PLANNING 100G to meet their General Education requirement.
By the end of the course, you should:
- Understand how urban planning contributes to city-making.
- Understand theories and practices informing urban planning from the Industrial Revolution to the present.
- Understand how to use this knowledge as a basis for contemporary urban planning criticism.
Key ideas and practices in the development of contemporary urban planning in New Zealand and internationally.
Two assignments (50%)