Credits: 15, completed with minimum grades of C+, with the exception of URP 4942, which is graded S/U
Society's demands on the natural environment continue to increase as communities grow to meet population demands. Planning addresses the interface between the social, environmental and economic dimensions of communities and regions. Never before has the need to shape visions and guide community outcomes been greater.
The minor in urban and regional planning introduces students to the challenging and vital aspects of creating, improving and sustaining communities and regions.
Application should be made early so that guidance can be given for course selection and special studies parameters. Students must have a C+ GPA for admission to the minor and they must maintain a C+ GPA in all coursework for the minor. The only S/U course accepted is URP 4942 Community Service.
The minor does not provide professional certification.
It is each student's responsibility to declare the minor through their major degree department or college and to obtain the required signatures from their department and URP.
|URP 3001 Cities of the World
|URP 4000 Preview of Urban and Regional Planning
|Electives: take three
|DCP 4000 Overview of Historic Preservation
|URP 4273 Survey of Planning Information Systems
|URP 4640 Sustainable Urbanism in Europe
|URP 4740 Housing and Urban Development
|URP 4882 Defensible Space and CPTED in Urban Design
|URP 4905 Special Studies in Urban and Regional Planning
|URP 4942 Community Service
Study Abroad/Off-Campus Studies
Students need approval before signing up for study abroad or off-campus studies for inclusion in the URP minor. Credits will not be accepted after a student has started study abroad or off-campus studies. Eligible programs should be offered by UF's International Center or the College of Design, Construction and Planning. URP’s undergraduate coordinator must determine eligibility of study abroad or off-campus coursework prior to taking the class. Accepted credits may vary from three to six, depending on the intensity and appropriateness of the selected program.
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