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UB Graduate Academic Schedule: Fall 2017

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    ARC 565LEC - Urban Design: Understndng Form
    Lecture
    Urban Design: Understndng Form 000 Enrollment Information (not real time - data refreshed nightly)
    Class #:   10218   Enrollment Capacity:   5
    Section:   000   Enrollment Total:   3
    Credits:   3.00 credits   Seats Available:   2
    Dates:   08/28/2017 - 12/08/2017   Status:   OPEN WITH RESERVES
    Days, Time:   W , 2:00 PM - 4:40 PM
    Room:   Hayes 217 view map
    Location:   South Campus      
    Reserve Capacities
    Description Enrollment Capacity Enrollment Total  
    GRAD Seat Rsvd Arch & Urbn Pln 5 3  
    Comments
    Current practice of urban design in the United States and its context. Examination of new opportunities and constraints in environmental assessment; decision making and management structure in local government; mechanisms for land-use controls or incentives; public investment strategy and case studies assessing major development strategies used in today's practice. (Cross-listed with URP 565.)
      Course Description
    Urban Design 1: Understanding Urban Form is a multidisciplinary course with its roots in architecture, urban planning, and environmental design. Intended to be an introduction to urban design, the course is open to students who are interested in neighborhoods, cities, and larger metropolitan regions. Investigates the question of urbanism in general, and how the urban designer could be effective in improving the quality of life of cities through facilitating urban reinvestment and encouraging urban sustainability. By improving visual and physical quality of the built environment, urban design attempts all to make neighborhoods and cities beautiful, livable, as well as socioeconomically and culturally stronger.
      Instructor(s)
                 Hata, H look up    
      On-line Resources
    Other Courses Taught By: Hata, H