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Comprehensive Planning: Introduction and Planning Principles
- Location(s): Ongoing Online Course
- Tuition: FREE
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John R. Mullin, is a Professor in the Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning Department at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Associate Director of the Center for Economic Development, and former Dean of the Graduate School. His research and professional interests focus upon industrial revitalization, port development and downtown planning.
This course underscores the critical importance of citizen planners in shaping the future of their communities through simple actions (or inaction) that can have important consequences. The course encourages responsible stewardship in a society that is rapidly changing. Modules provide users with tools and techniques, case studies, good practices, and other resources to meet the needs of twenty-first century urban, rural, or suburban communities.
This is an introductory planning course for members of planning boards, planning commissions, zoning boards, conservation boards, and other related planning positions.
- Economic Development
- Retail Planning
- Historic Preservation
- Community Visioning
- Open Space Planning
- Neighborhood Planning
- Infrastructure Planning
- Land Use Planning
- Environmental Planning
- Growth Management
- Design, Aesthetics and Preservation
- Master Planning
- Emerging Issues
- Implementation and Capital Investment Planning