Planning with Indigenous Communities (PLAN 445.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
PLAN 445 02 January 2017 Ryan Walker (primary instructor)

Description

The course focuses on the application of the theory and methods of Indigenous planning and planning with Indigenous communities in reserve, rural, urban, northern, and international contexts. Emphasis is on project-based and experiential learning through group and individual projects, guest lectures and a field trip.

Prerequisite(s)

72 credit units at the University and one of PLAN 329, PLAN 341, PLAN 342, NRTH 331, NRTH 332, or INDG 210.

Note

Students with credit for GEOG 445 will not receive credit for this course. This course was labeled GEOG 445 until 2014.

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