Course description: Modeling and Simulation as a course is intended to help students develop a good level of understanding of the interaction of the parts of systems, and of the systems as a whole. The underlying principles will primarily place
Course description: The course focuses on the physical, social, economic and policy aspects of natural and human-made disasters. Particular attention will be given to basic issues of land use and development, institutional policies and response, and the political economy of disasters. The
Course description: This course focuses on planning policies and regulations, fundamentals of sustainable zoning and land use regulations and planning standards. Objectives: Introduce planners in the making to various forms of professional institutes that they will relate with in practice.
Course description: This course offers a good balance of theoretical and practical debates and is at the forefront of developing new ideas and developments. The focus is on the real world of practice, taking part in many real-life case studies
Course description: Central to this course is the activity of place-making, in recognition that planners have an important role in achieving development that will stand the test of time, meet the needs of the diverse population and create places that