GIS for Sustainable Planning and Urban Design

Asynchronous & Synchronous Online Courses

All classes are offered online in one of two class formats:

  • Asynchronous: Classes are offered over the course of one week. Attendance at optional virtual meetings with the instructor is encouraged but not required.
  • Synchronous: Classes are offered over the course of two days (Friday & Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.). Attendance at virtual meetings with the instructor is required.

Class Number: 11100

Fall 2020

GEOG 9033

1.6 CEUs
Fee: 

$395

The course covers cartographic and analytic techniques in GIS to assist sustainable planning and urban design. The course begins with an intensive review of data resources and cartographic techniques for effective ¿existing conditions¿ maps. The remainder focuses on spatial analysis techniques to assist in sustainable planning and urban design. Topics include: (a) use of Network Analyst for generating `walksheds¿ and evaluating ¿walkability¿ (b) using GIS to calculate indicators of smart growth and complete streets for Transit Oriented Development (TOD); (c) ¿smart growth¿; land-use scenario planning analysis; and (d) use of 3D Analyst for building 3D models, flythroughs, and form based planning.
Class format: Approximately 50% lecture, 50% application.

Section: 

1

Notes: 

Course fee: $395

Class Number: 11100

Refund Information

Refund Code Full Refund 75% Refund No Refund
CEL_2 Class dropped one day prior to class start day Class dropped on class start day Class dropped beyond class start day

 

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