AG2111 Process in Urban Planning 7.5 credits

Process in Urban Planning

Urban planning is in this course understood as a complex process, involving a number of actors, private as well as public, with a broad range of competences, interests and demands. In the course, theory and practical examples from the fileds of communicative research and urban governance offer methods to use in the organisation and management of the planning process, aiming at realising and reaching acceptance for plans and project proposals.

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ABE/Urban and Regional Studies

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Second cycle

Add-on studies

AG2115 Contemporary Trends in Urban Planning and Design

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Replaces 1N1511