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NonPoint Source Pollution and Erosion Comparison tool
E264 Hydrologic Engineering Center- Riverine Analysis System (HEC-RAS)
E930 IEMC, Community Specific: Box Elder Co., UT
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
How to Determine the Ordinary High Water Mark
|5/10/2012 - 5/11/2012 |
|Urban Planning & Design Studio (114LUP506)
|Location: Sacramento, CA
|Time: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Sutter Square Galleria
2901 K Street
COURSE MEETING DATES
May 10 & 11th
June 7 & 8
Receive hands-on practice in professional urban planning and
design skills in a studio/lecture format. Immerse yourself in planning
and design principles, examples and case studies for todayís
communities. Critique land use plans and site designs, create and
prepare site plans, and analyze and develop planning staff reports.
Emphasis is placed on urban infill and sustainable community design,
and the challenges and complexities of planning and urban design in
growing communities. In-class studio work and critique, as well as
guest lectures, a hands-on downtown design modeling charrette and field
visits are also included. There will be a minimum of 24 hours of
planning and design work conducted outside of class.
Technical Requirements: Certain elements of this class will be conducted online. You must have a
computer with access to the Internet and an email account in order to
complete this course. If you plan to access an online course using an
iPad, iPod or an iPhone there are a variety of Flash web browsers
available in the App Store that can enable your iPad/iPod/iPhone to view
Jeff Loux, Ph.D.,
chair of the Science,
Agriculture and Natural Resources Department, UC Davis Extension, and
faculty in Environmental Design, UC Davis. He co-directs UC Davis
Land Use and Natural Resources program and is responsible for more than
courses, seminars and conferences each year, in the classroom and
working professionals. Loux has authored two books, including Water and Land Use, and numerous
articles, book chapters and papers on sustainable urban design, water
public participation and environmental and land use policy.
3 quarter units academic credit, X432.6, 26 AICP Hours, 30 MCLE Hours, 30 REHS Hours
$550.00 Includes course materials
10% discount for APACA
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