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  • Home | School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
    MUEP Planning MUEP Admission Requirements Pre requisites How to Apply Frequently Asked Questions Apply for a TA position in planning Program Information Courses Planning Faculty Current Students MUEP Alumni MEP Alumni Concurrent Degrees MUEP Sustainability MUEP MPA MUEP MPP Certificates GIS Certificate FAQS Apply Certificate Requirements GIS Certificate Courses Past course offerings GIS Capstone Projects 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Related Sites Transportation Admissions Criteria Certificate Requirements Courses Faculty Students Alumni Research Blackboard site Fellowships and Funding Key information for incoming graduate students People Administration Message from the Director National Academy Faculty Faculty Staff Graduate Students Academic Professionals Postdoctoral Associates Professors Emeriti Visitors All Opportunities Careers Jobs Internships Current Internship and Employment Opportunities Finding an Internship Employment Resources ASU GIS listserv Earning Credit for an Internship Recruiting an Employee What can I do with a major in Student Organizations ASU Chapter American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing ASPRS Gamma Theta Upsilon GTU Geography Honor Society GTU Membership Join GTU Student Planning Association at ASU Students for the New Urbanism SNU Upsilon Rho Beta URB Urban Planning Honor Society Study Abroad School Employment TA Resources Research and Outreach Featured Projects Current Research Outreach Editorial Contributions Affiliated Research Units News and Events News In the News News Archive Events Event Archive RSS Feeds Alumni and Friends Alumni News Alumni newsletter July 2015 July 2015 Alumni News Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup July 2015 Alumni newsletter January 2015 January 2015 Alumni News Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup January 2015 Introducing Deborah Salon assistant professor Alumni newsletter July 2014 Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup Alumni Directory Geography BA and BS Alumni Geography MA Alumni Geography PHD Alumni MAS GIS Alumni Planning BSD and BSP Alumni Planning MEP and MUEP Alumni Alumni Map Giving Matthew

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  • Academics | School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
    MAS GIS Financial Aid MAS GIS Courses MAS GIS Faculty MAS GIS Alumni and their careers MAS GIS News MUEP Planning MUEP Admission Requirements Pre requisites How to Apply Frequently Asked Questions Apply for a TA position in planning Program Information Courses Planning Faculty Current Students MUEP Alumni MEP Alumni Concurrent Degrees MUEP Sustainability MUEP MPA MUEP MPP Certificates GIS Certificate FAQS Apply Certificate Requirements GIS Certificate Courses Past course offerings GIS Capstone Projects 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Related Sites Transportation Admissions Criteria Certificate Requirements Courses Faculty Students Alumni Research Blackboard site Fellowships and Funding Key information for incoming graduate students People Administration Message from the Director National Academy Faculty Faculty Staff Graduate Students Academic Professionals Postdoctoral Associates Professors Emeriti Visitors All Opportunities Careers Jobs Internships Current Internship and Employment Opportunities Finding an Internship Employment Resources ASU GIS listserv Earning Credit for an Internship Recruiting an Employee What can I do with a major in Student Organizations ASU Chapter American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing ASPRS Gamma Theta Upsilon GTU Geography Honor Society GTU Membership Join GTU Student Planning Association at ASU Students for the New Urbanism SNU Upsilon Rho Beta URB Urban Planning Honor Society Study Abroad School Employment TA Resources Research and Outreach Featured Projects Current Research Outreach Editorial Contributions Affiliated Research Units News and Events News In the News News Archive Events Event Archive RSS Feeds Alumni and Friends Alumni News Alumni newsletter July 2015 July 2015 Alumni News Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup July 2015 Alumni newsletter January 2015 January 2015 Alumni News Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup January 2015 Introducing Deborah Salon assistant professor Alumni newsletter July 2014 Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup Alumni Directory Geography BA and BS Alumni Geography MA Alumni Geography

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  • Undergraduate Studies | School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
    Admissions Criteria Certificate Requirements Courses Faculty Students Alumni Research Blackboard site Fellowships and Funding Key information for incoming graduate students People Administration Message from the Director National Academy Faculty Faculty Staff Graduate Students Academic Professionals Postdoctoral Associates Professors Emeriti Visitors All Opportunities Careers Jobs Internships Current Internship and Employment Opportunities Finding an Internship Employment Resources ASU GIS listserv Earning Credit for an Internship Recruiting an Employee What can I do with a major in Student Organizations ASU Chapter American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing ASPRS Gamma Theta Upsilon GTU Geography Honor Society GTU Membership Join GTU Student Planning Association at ASU Students for the New Urbanism SNU Upsilon Rho Beta URB Urban Planning Honor Society Study Abroad School Employment TA Resources Research and Outreach Featured Projects Current Research Outreach Editorial Contributions Affiliated Research Units News and Events News In the News News Archive Events Event Archive RSS Feeds Alumni and Friends Alumni News Alumni newsletter July 2015 July 2015 Alumni News Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup July 2015 Alumni newsletter January 2015 January 2015 Alumni News Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup January 2015 Introducing Deborah Salon assistant professor Alumni newsletter July 2014 Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup Alumni Directory Geography BA and BS Alumni Geography MA Alumni Geography PHD Alumni MAS GIS Alumni Planning BSD and BSP Alumni Planning MEP and MUEP Alumni Alumni Map Giving Matthew G Bailey Scholarship Award Balling Family GIS Fellowship Endowment Anthony J Brazel Research Exam Award Gage Davis Associates Urban Planning Travel Scholarship Endowment Ray Henkel Scholarship Award Mary R Kihl Leadership Endowment and Leadership Award John F Lounsbury Student Travel Fellowship Melvin G Marcus Memorial Fellowship Malcolm L Comeaux Lecture Fund Contact Undergraduate Studies Geography Urban Planning Geographic Information Science Advising Scholarships and Funding Graduate Studies

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  • About the Undergraduate Geography Programs | School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
    Credit for an Internship Recruiting an Employee What can I do with a major in Student Organizations ASU Chapter American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing ASPRS Gamma Theta Upsilon GTU Geography Honor Society GTU Membership Join GTU Student Planning Association at ASU Students for the New Urbanism SNU Upsilon Rho Beta URB Urban Planning Honor Society Study Abroad School Employment TA Resources Research and Outreach Featured Projects Current Research Outreach Editorial Contributions Affiliated Research Units News and Events News In the News News Archive Events Event Archive RSS Feeds Alumni and Friends Alumni News Alumni newsletter July 2015 July 2015 Alumni News Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup July 2015 Alumni newsletter January 2015 January 2015 Alumni News Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup January 2015 Introducing Deborah Salon assistant professor Alumni newsletter July 2014 Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup Alumni Directory Geography BA and BS Alumni Geography MA Alumni Geography PHD Alumni MAS GIS Alumni Planning BSD and BSP Alumni Planning MEP and MUEP Alumni Alumni Map Giving Matthew G Bailey Scholarship Award Balling Family GIS Fellowship Endowment Anthony J Brazel Research Exam Award Gage Davis Associates Urban Planning Travel Scholarship Endowment Ray Henkel Scholarship Award Mary R Kihl Leadership Endowment and Leadership Award John F Lounsbury Student Travel Fellowship Melvin G Marcus Memorial Fellowship Malcolm L Comeaux Lecture Fund Contact Undergraduate Studies Geography Courses Urban Planning Geographic Information Science Advising Scholarships and Funding Graduate Studies Navigate your world Plan the future Major in Geography with a GIS Certificate Watch full size video Major in Meteorology Climatology Watch full size video You are here Home Academics Undergraduate Studies About the Undergraduate Geography Programs At ASU the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning provides an opportunity for study in population and migration environmental and

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  • Undergraduate Courses: Geography | School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
    Studies SB G GCU 344 Geography of Hispanic Americans 3 Examines the homelands migrations settlements landscapes roles and selected cultural traditions of Hispanic Americans General Studies SB C GCU 350 The Geography of World Crises 3 Contemporary world crises viewed from a perspective of geographic concepts and techniques General Studies SB G GCU 351 Population Geography 3 Demographic patterns spatial temporal and structural investigation of the relationship of demographic variables to cultural economic and environmental factors General Studies SB G GCU 357 Social Geography 3 Environmental perception of individuals and groups Stresses the spatial aspect of social and physical environments General Studies SB GCU 359 Cities of the World I 3 Historical evolution of urban patterns and structures in the Middle East India Southeast Asia China Japan and Europe General Studies SB G H GCU 360 Cities of the World II 3 Historical evolution of urban patterns and structures in Latin America North America Sub Saharan Africa and Australasia General Studies SB G GCU 361 Urban Geography 3 External spatial relations of cities internal city structure and spatial aspects of urban problems in various parts of the world particularly in the United States General Studies SB GCU 364 Energy in the Global Arena 3 Production transportation and consumption of energy emphasizing the electric power industry and its environmental problems General Studies SB G GCU 394 Special Topics 1 4 GCU 414 Teaching Geography Standards 3 Introduces Arizona Geography Standards for K 12 educators emphasizing exciting curricula and illustrated with best practices by master teachers Internet GCU 421 Geography of Arizona and Southwestern United States 3 Geography of the Southwest with an emphasis on Arizona Divided into physical geography history people and economy General Studies SB C GCU 424 Geography of Mexico and Middle America 3 Central America and Mexico Prerequisite GCU 323 or instructor approval General Studies SB G GCU 425 Geography of the Mexican American Borderland 3 Geography of a binational and bicultural region Examination of settlement boundary issues ethnic subregions population change industrial development and urban growth Fee General Studies L SB G GCU 426 Geography of Russia and Surroundings 3 Examines the geography of Russia and other post Soviet states Prerequisite GCU 121 or instructor approval General Studies SB G GCU 432 Geography of China 3 Examines the physical economic cultural social demographic agricultural political historical and environmental aspects of the geography of China Lecture discussion Prerequisite GCU 326 or instructor approval General Studies SB G GCU 433 Geography of Southeast Asia 3 Examines the biophysical and social features of Southeast Asian nations and peoples Prerequisite GCU 326 or instructor approval GCU 441 Economic Geography 3 Spatial distribution of primary secondary and tertiary economic and production activities Prerequisite GCU 141 or instructor approval General Studies SB GCU 442 Geographical Analysis of Transportation 3 Networks modes economics and flows at the urban national and international scales Prerequisite GCU 141 or 441 General Studies SB GCU 474 Public Land Policy 3 Geographic aspects of federal public lands policy management

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  • About the Undergraduate Urban Planning Programs | School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
    ASU GIS listserv Earning Credit for an Internship Recruiting an Employee What can I do with a major in Student Organizations ASU Chapter American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing ASPRS Gamma Theta Upsilon GTU Geography Honor Society GTU Membership Join GTU Student Planning Association at ASU Students for the New Urbanism SNU Upsilon Rho Beta URB Urban Planning Honor Society Study Abroad School Employment TA Resources Research and Outreach Featured Projects Current Research Outreach Editorial Contributions Affiliated Research Units News and Events News In the News News Archive Events Event Archive RSS Feeds Alumni and Friends Alumni News Alumni newsletter July 2015 July 2015 Alumni News Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup July 2015 Alumni newsletter January 2015 January 2015 Alumni News Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup January 2015 Introducing Deborah Salon assistant professor Alumni newsletter July 2014 Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup Alumni Directory Geography BA and BS Alumni Geography MA Alumni Geography PHD Alumni MAS GIS Alumni Planning BSD and BSP Alumni Planning MEP and MUEP Alumni Alumni Map Giving Matthew G Bailey Scholarship Award Balling Family GIS Fellowship Endowment Anthony J Brazel Research Exam Award Gage Davis Associates Urban Planning Travel Scholarship Endowment Ray Henkel Scholarship Award Mary R Kihl Leadership Endowment and Leadership Award John F Lounsbury Student Travel Fellowship Melvin G Marcus Memorial Fellowship Malcolm L Comeaux Lecture Fund Contact Undergraduate Studies Geography Urban Planning Courses BSP MUEP Fast track 4 1 program Geographic Information Science Advising Scholarships and Funding Graduate Studies Navigate your world Plan the future Major in Urban Planning Watch full size video Watch full size video You are here Home Academics Undergraduate Studies About the Undergraduate Urban Planning Programs Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning B S P The Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning B S P introduces students to the diversity of the planning profession It provides an understanding of the broader purpose of planning while presenting an opportunity to focus on practice and application Core required methods and therotical courses Core required methods courses provide training in planning analysis and presentation of information Planning methods provide tools for planning research and include such methods as GIS and surveys population projections socioeconomic analysis visualization and modeling They provide the basis for municipal planning and review processes and the skills needed to prepare environmental impact statements and city plans Lecture based courses provide theoretical and historical perspectives on planning that provide a strong foundation for a graduate level professional program in planning Specialization areas Specialization areas provide avenues for students to focus their elective courses in areas that include local neighborhoods public participation housing environmental quality hazardous waste contemporary legal issues and preservation planning Foundation for graduate studies The B S P program offers students a solid training in the planning profession and the opportunity to focus While studies relate to the Phoenix metropolitan area they have a strong theoretical and practical grounding enabling students to practice planning throughout the United States The B

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  • Undergraduate Courses: Urban Planning | School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
    Alumni News Roundup January 2015 Introducing Deborah Salon assistant professor Alumni newsletter July 2014 Message from the Director Alumni News Roundup Alumni Directory Geography BA and BS Alumni Geography MA Alumni Geography PHD Alumni MAS GIS Alumni Planning BSD and BSP Alumni Planning MEP and MUEP Alumni Alumni Map Giving Matthew G Bailey Scholarship Award Balling Family GIS Fellowship Endowment Anthony J Brazel Research Exam Award Gage Davis Associates Urban Planning Travel Scholarship Endowment Ray Henkel Scholarship Award Mary R Kihl Leadership Endowment and Leadership Award John F Lounsbury Student Travel Fellowship Melvin G Marcus Memorial Fellowship Malcolm L Comeaux Lecture Fund Contact Undergraduate Studies Geography Urban Planning Courses BSP MUEP Fast track 4 1 program Geographic Information Science Advising Scholarships and Funding Graduate Studies You are here Home Academics Undergraduate Studies Urban Planning Undergraduate Courses Urban Planning The following is a complete listing of undergraduate course offerings in Urban and Environmental Planning Graduate courses are listed here Use the Schedule of Classes to see offerings for a particular semester and the Course Catalog to check pre requisites Syllabi provided are samples that MAY NOT accurately represent the current course offered PUP 190 Sustainable Cities 3 Introduces technological social and cultural principles and innovations for cities under the notion of sustainability and sustainable development within the global regional and local contexts GENERAL STUDIES HU SB G PUP 191 First Year Seminar 1 3 Small course emphasizing student faculty discussion interaction Strongly recommended for first year students PUP 200 Cities in Cinema 3 Environmental aesthetic social economic political cultural and other factors influencing global cities seen through films from around the world GENERAL STUDIES HU H G PUP 301 Introduction to Urban Planning 3 Theoretical and practical aspects of city planning interrelationships among physical planning environment government and society GENERAL STUDIES L PUP 361 Planning Workshop I 4 Basic site planning and design techniques Collection and analysis of information and basic planning research Report writing and public presentation skills Fee Previous Syllabus PUP 363 History of Planning 3 Historical overview of western urban and regional planning and planning theory focusing on the 19 th and 20 th centuries Previous Syllabus PUP 410 Citizen Participation 3 Theory and practice of citizen participation in planning Examines and critiques participation techniques and roles of planners PUP 412 History of the City 3 The city from its ancient origins to the present day Emphasizes European and American cities during the last five centuries GENERAL STUDIES L or HU H PUP 420 Theory of Urban Design 3 Analyzes the visual and cultural aspects of urban design Theories and techniques applied to selected study models GENERAL STUDIES HU PUP 424 Planning Methods 4 Methods for urban planning research Emphasizes research design quantitative and qualitative methods survey research and data analysis Studio Previous Syllabus PUP 425 Urban Housing Analysis 3 Nature dimensions and problems of urban housing government policy environment and underlying economics of the housing market PUP 430 Transportation Planning and the Environment 3 Overview of transportation

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  • Accelerated Program for the Bachelor of Science (BSP) and Master of Urban and Environmental Planning (MUEP) Degrees | School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
    Sustainability Planner City of Lakewood CO My current position challenges me to find solutions to financial political and cultural barriers and applies a multitude of the principles that I studied at ASU Read more You are here Home Academics Undergraduate Studies Urban Planning Accelerated Program for the Bachelor of Science BSP and Master of Urban and Environmental Planning MUEP Degrees Fast track 4 1 BSP and MUEP program The School of Geographical Sciences Urban Planning s fast track approach allows highly qualified students who are finishing their Bachelor of Science in Planning degree to be enrolled simultaneously in the Master of Urban and Environmental Planning degree program These students are permitted to take up to 18 credits of graduate courses as undergraduates after admission to the fast track 9 of which is coursework that would be shared between the two degrees programs of study Coursework for fast track students Students in the fast track option will need to complete of all the required courses for each of the two degrees This includes the final required capstone course requirements or other graduation requirements for each of the two degrees The courses that will serve the requirements for both BSP and MUEP degrees are as follows The course on planning and development control law is taught in both the undergraduate and graduate programs and should be taken at the graduate level to cover both BSP and MUEP requirements PUP 531 Similarly other undergraduate courses have graduate level counterparts and may be taken at the graduate level while completing the BSP and shared between the two programs These shared courses will meet the requirement for the BSP degree and will be regarded as elective courses in the graduate program Only one class at the 400 level will be accepted These include but are not limited to PUP 410 598 Public Citizen Participation Fall elective 3 credits PUP 425 525 Urban Housing Analysis Spring elective 3 credits PUP 430 550 Transportation the Environment Spring elective 3 credits PUP 442 598 Environmental Planning Fall elective 3 credits PUP 444 526 or 527 Preservation Planning Summer elective 3 credits PUP 445 598 Women in the Environment elective 3 credits PUP 465 565 Sustainable Urbanism elective 3 credits In addition to the 9 shared courses fast track students will take an additional 9 hours of the following banked classes which will be held out of the BSP degree program to transfer into the MUEP degree program PUP 571 Socioeconomic Impact Analysis core 3 credits MUST TAKE offered each Fall PUP 576 GIS Workshop core 3 credits MUST TAKE offered each Spring One 3 credit Planning elective at the graduate level Sample Program of Study pdf Eligibility Since this shared degree option is intended for exceptional students all candidates must have a minimum university cumulative GPA of 3 5 in all courses taken at ASU All applicants should have taken 75 credit hours toward their BSP degree before applying to the accelerated program They must have completed 90

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