Environment, Infrastructure, and Transportation Track

Environmental protections and healthy economic development don’t have to be at odds. There is a balance. We’ll help you find it, design for it, and deliver it. You’ll pull from existing theory and historical trends to develop your own frameworks for understanding and assessing the cultural values and institutional contexts at play in the give-and- take of environmentally-conscious development. What’s more, we’ll help you figure out how to engage public interest for long-term, community-supported impact.

required Courses

Degree Core Courses 

CORE-GP.1011, Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
CORE-GP.1018, Microeconomics for Public Management, Planning, and Policy Analysis
CORE-GP.1020, Management and Leadership
CORE-GP.1021, Financial Management for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Organizations

Planning Core Courses

URPL-GP.1603, Urban Planning: Methods and Practice
URPL-GP.1605, Land Use Law
URPL-GP.1620, Spatial Analysis and Visualization
URPL-GP.2608, Urban Economics
URPL-GP.2660, History and Theory of Planning

Elective courses

PADM-GP.1801, Communication Skills for Public Service
URPL-GP.2471, Transportation Policy and Behavior
URPL-GP.2613, Sustainable Cities in a Comparative Perspective
URPL-GP.2614, Intelligent Cities: Technology Policy and Planning
URPL-GP.2618, Geographic Systems and Analysis
URPL-GP.2624, Environmental Planning: Communities, Fairness, and Beyond
URPL-GP.2631, Transportation, Land Use, and Urban Form
URPL-GP.2641, Urban Transportation Planning
URPL-GP.2666, Water Sourcing and Climate Change
URPL-GP,4628, Parking and the City: Regulation, Market, and Mobility
URPL-GP.4632, Planning Healthy Neighborhoods
URPL-GP.4650, Advanced GIS: Interactive Web Mapping and Spatial Data Visualization
URPL-GP.4666, Topics in Urban Studies