Applicants may apply for fall or spring admission. The courses are offered online. The professional planning workshops required in conjunction with the independent study projects are scheduled in community-based settings and arranged on a case-by-case basis with the program. Tuition is required for all coursework.
For more information please contact Dr. Margaret Banyan at (239) 590-7850 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Required Courses (12 credits)
PAD 6708 Research Methods & Analysis (3)
URP 5312 Growth Mgmt & Comp Planning (3)
URP 5316 Land-Use Planning (3)
Three 1-credit PAD 6908 Independent Study projects, completed in conjunction with attendance at professional planning workshops.
Electives (3 credits)
Complete one of the following courses:
EVS 6937 Environmental Policy (3)
PAD 5255 Community/Economic Development (3)
PAD 5356 Environmental Policy & Ethics (3)
PAD 5620 Environmental Law (3)
PAD 6353 Environmental Governance (3)