Undergraduate Degree & Course Catalog
2016-17

Environmental Design - Courses

END 120 Introduction to Urban Environments
Environmental Design

An introductory course and approved social science general education course. Studies how physical, design, social, political and economic forces interact to shape and reshape our urban environments. Examines concepts and content related to cities, suburbs, and metropolitan regions within and outside the U.S. From multidisciplinary perspectives, covers media images of cities and suburbs, patterns and trends in urban environments over time and place, urban observation, demographics, culture, and design. Assesses contemporary urban issues, including race relations, environmental issues, and population problems. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. Open to non-majors.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 212 Urban and Environmental Planning
Environmental Design

Urban and Environmental Planning (END 212) provides an introduction to the planning, design, and development of cities, communities, and the natural environments in which they are situated, with the creation of sustainable communities as the overall goal. Through urban and environmental planning, sustainable neighborhoods are seen as places which maintain and restore our natural and built environments, thereby creating a higher quality of life for residents. Topics include the foundations of urban and environmental planning, techniques used, the development process, and urban design issues. Examines urban and environmental planning foci, such as urbanization, physical sprawl, environmental design, land use, sustainable development, neighborhood planning, transportation systems, historic preservation, and environmental assessment. Open to all undergraduates. Fulfills the SUNY Social Science general education requirement.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)



END 275 Environment and Landscapes
Environmental Design

Examines contemporary perspectives on environmental design. Focuses on the complex relationships between people, the natural and constructed environments, and landscapes. Introduces new ways of seeing, understanding, and communicating landscape design. Considers problems in the landscaped environment including greenspace, complex urban centers, post-industrial wastelands, physical infrastructure, and entire watersheds. Reviews how the planning and development of our landscaped settings affects quality of life in physical environments within the context of environmental design. May be offered on an intermittent basis. Open to all undergraduate majors.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 279 Exploring the Design of Buffalo Niagara
Environmental Design

Explores the planning and design history of the Buffalo Niagara region in relation to the future. Examines proposals aimed at revitalizing the economy, improving the quality of life, and protecting the environment of Buffalo Niagara for future generations. Involves historical plus current plans and designs accompanied with lectures, discussions, films, and readings. Introduces urban design and regional development theory and practice. Provides and opportunity to understand community design, the full scope of small to large scale regional work, and comprehend location of place in relationship to the Buffalo Niagara region. Researches the history of Buffalo Niagara communities, examine the place as planned, and critically interpret its history, plans, and designs. May be offered on an intermittent basis. Open to non-majors.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)



END 285 Transportation: Foundation of Urban Life
Environmental Design

Introduces how communities look to urban transportation systems to address environmental design challenges, including urban development, congestion, pollution, sprawl, public safety, obesity, and physical isolation. Explores multi-modal transportation (walking, bicycle, public transit, vehicle) in U.S. cities and metropolitan areas in order to explain the central role of transportation in shaping urban environments and the lives of people. The course is both historical and topical; it examines the tandem evolution of transportation systems and urban development, and investigates current transportation debates such as environmental impacts, congestion, air quality, the role of government, and strategies for sustainable transportation and travel. Includes lectures and field work. May be offered on an intermittent basis. Open to all undergraduate students.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 301 Perspectives On Land Use and Development
Environmental Design

Covers concepts and practices of urban land use and development in U.S. Topics include zoning, growth management, site design, environmental issues and land use evolution. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 212
Other Requisites: PD 301



END 302 Sustainable Urban Environments
Environmental Design

Examines the relationship of urban and natural environments, focusing on sustainable development and global climate change. Emphasis on biodiversity, pollution, efficiency, and renewable energy. Considers appropriate use of resources that are environmentally sound. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 303 Methods of Communication
Environmental Design

Develops communication skills on urban and environmental issues, and hones skills of description and reporting about urban and environmental places and policies. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 120 or permission of advisement



END 305 Environmental Education and Development
Environmental Design

Explores methods for creating public knowledge, awareness, and understanding toward the physical development of our natural and urban environments. Develops competency and skills for environmental designers in presenting environmental information through education, communication, and performing an environmental assessment. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 120 or permission of advisement


END 306 Communities and Educational Development
Environmental Design

Examines ways in which education influences, and is influenced by, communities. Considers how educational institutions can respond to conditions and issues that exist in community environments. Reviews challenges confronting communities, educational institutions, and urban development. Explores and identifies opportunities for collaboration and partnerships. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 120 or permission of advisement.
Other Requisites: PD 306



END 308 Health and Urban Environments
Environmental Design

Explores current health issues found in urban and physical environments. Examines diverse public health conditions, including environmentally-caused diseases, pollution-related diseases, aging populations, and the globalization of illness. Considers various community-based social and physical environmental solutions. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 120 or permission of advisement


END 312 Design of Cities
Environmental Design

Traces evolution of urban form and character from Greek city-states to the present. Emphasizes how technological, social, economic, and political changes affect urban layout and functioning.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 212
Other Requisites: PD 312



END 313 Local Government Policy and Politics
Environmental Design

Provides insights to the process and outcomes of local government decision-making. Topics include the types and powers of various local government entities, including: the influence of politics, how governments determine agendas, and implement projects/policies. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 319 The City Through Film
Environmental Design

Through weekly film screenings, discussions, readings, and critiques, explores themes of urban imagery, inner city, city-suburb relations, community planning and politics, and urban futures in cinema. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: Minimum of Sophomore Standing or Higher Or Permission of Advisement



END 350 Env Dsn Workshop 1: Methods of Design Inquiry
Environmental Design

A majors-only core studio workshop. Introduces how to integrate research inquiry, information analysis, and environmental design. Provides students with methodologies in gathering, analyzing, interpreting, and communicating qualitative and quantitative information about the contemporary physical and urban environment. Data sources include U.S. Census materials, state and regional agency databases, community master plans, historical archives, and online and hardcopy reports and surveys. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. Enrollment in END 350 requires official admission to the Environmental Design BA and Junior class standing. Concurrent enrollment in the following courses is prohibited: END 120/ END 350 and END 350/END 450.

Credits: 6
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: Junior Standing & Admission to the Environmental Design BA only. Concurrent enrollment in PD 350 and PD 450 is prohibited.
Other Requisites: PD 350


END 356 Computing for Environmental Analysis
Environmental Design

Covers basics of geographic information systems (GIS) and other computing tools for understanding, mapping, and analyzing natural and built environments. Includes weekly computer lab. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 1
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: END BA or END Minors or Social Science BS or permission of advisement.
Co-Requisites: END 356SEM. Students must register for END 356LAB and END 356SEM concurrently.



END 360 Environmental Design Workshop 2: Graphic Communications
Environmental Design

A majors-only core studio workshop. Examines modes of visual literacy for comprehending the built environment. Introduces rudimentary graphic representation skills for visually communicating urban planning and design concepts through readings and hands-on exercises. Class activities include drawing, drafting, design fundamentals, generating computer graphics, and urban observation. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. Enrollment in END 360 requires official admission to the Environmental Design BA and Junior class standing. Concurrent enrollment in the following courses is prohibited: END 212/ END 360, END 360/END 494, and END 360/ END 498.

Credits: 6
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: Junior Standing And Admission to the Environmental Design BA


END 363 Cities and Globalization
Environmental Design

Considers "world cities" and how global trends and forces shape the community design, politics, social life, environment, and economies of urban places. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: END 212 or PD 212, junior standing, and admission to the Environmental Design BA or Environmental Design minor.



END 395 Special Topics Lab in Environmental Design
Environmental Design

Topics vary annually. In the past this course addressed environmental planning, methods of design inquiry, environmental information systems, urban design, historic preservation, and real estate development. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 1-3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 402 Real Estate Development Fundamentals
Environmental Design

Introduces students to the fundamentals of real estate development, including planning, site acquisition, project feasibility, finance, and physical development in urban environments. Uses case studies, small group activities, fieldwork, readings, and discussions. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 212 and junior or senior standing in Environmental Design BA / Minor
Other Requisites: PD 402



END 403 Strategies of Property Management
Environmental Design

Introduces strategies and methods of property management, including creating financial reports, knowledge of property marketing, understanding leasing contracts, awareness of emerging practices in energy management, evolving security and emergency procedures, and enhancing tenant relations. May be offered on an intermittent basis. Includes lectures, discussion, and fieldwork. Pre-requisites: END 212 and junior/senior standing.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: END 212 and junior or senior standing


END 405 Urban Planning and Environmental Change
Environmental Design

Examines and assesses environmental information systems, the built environment, and demographic trends to explore the evolving role of urban planning in the context of global climate change. Introduces the environmental science of climate change, global responses, and urban planning strategies for climate change management. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 120 or permission of advisement.
Other Requisites: PD 355



END 406 Housing & Community Development
Environmental Design

Studies theories, concepts, and practices of housing and community development, emphasizing neighborhood planning and design in urban environments. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350
Other Requisites: PD 406


END 407 School Planning and Development
Environmental Design

Examines school planning within the larger context of neighborhood development. Considers how school planning and development creates opportunities for potential urban redevelopment as well as generating a sense of community pride and physical identity. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 212



END 408 Special Topics
Environmental Design

The content of this course is variable and therefore it is repeatable for credit. The University Grade Repeat Policy does not apply. A major or minor elective. Topics vary by semester.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 409 Data And Decisions In Environmental Design
Environmental Design

A major or minor elective. Topics vary annually. Explores environmental design and urban development concerns to analyze data about resulting problems and possible solutions. Considers concepts and methods in critiquing data and decision making. Evaluates studies and reports on trends for understanding planning , design, and development shaping our urban and community environments. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350
Other Requisites: PD 409



END 410 Special Topics
Environmental Design

Topics vary annually. In the past this course addressed the policies and politics of local government. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 412 Special Topics
Environmental Design

Topics vary annually. In the past this course addressed issues in environmental design and development planning in practice. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)



END 413 Special Topics
Environmental Design

Topics vary annually. In the past this course addressed legal issues in planning, design, and development. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 415 Special Topics
Environmental Design

Topics vary annually. In the past this course addressed the development and management of real estate property. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)



END 417 Special Topics
Environmental Design

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 422 Economic Development Planning
Environmental Design

Covers theory, concepts, and practices in contemporary economic development planning. Considers alternative approaches to job growth, including industrial development, workforce training, and quality of life strategies. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350
Other Requisites: PD 422



END 425 Cad Technology in Env Dsn
Environmental Design

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 426 Site Planning and Development
Environmental Design

Examines site planning, design, and development of residential, commercial, and industrial properties within various community settings. Reviews property site selection procedures and community landscape planning. Investigates activities within site development including planning, design, aesthetics, landform preparations, and renovations within urban environments. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: END 350SEM or permission of advisement



END 428 Foundations of Historic Preservation
Environmental Design

Historic preservation theory related to urban and environmental planning, emphasizing preservation practice, including tools of effective preservation, legislation, community roles, economics, adaptive use, and management. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 301LEC Or PD 312LEC


END 435 Urban Managemnt & Govrnce
Environmental Design

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)



END 439 Local Government Finance and Budgeting
Environmental Design

Introduces students to the theory, practice, and real world applications local government finances. Concentrates on public budgeting issues and revenue analysis. Examines concerns in community planning, including fiscal impact of development, school finance, and tax increment financing models. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 441 Nonprofit Management
Environmental Design

This course introduces students to management issues in the nonprofit sector. Topics will include nonprofit: governance, board structure, planning, financial management, fundraising, grant writing, leadership, personnel management, and ethics. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350SEM or permission of advisement required.



END 442 Central City Revitalization
Environmental Design

A major or minor elective. Examines theory and practice of urban revitalization with a focus on downtown and commercial revitalization in metropolitan central cities. Place-based and people-based strategies for urban revitalization will be investigated and explored. Best Practices in urban planning and design, including current research and scholarship, will be analyzed. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 443 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Environmental Design

Introduces and practices techniques in negotiations and bargaining, particularly as applied to community planning and environmental conflict. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350



END 450 Environmental Design Workshop 3: Comprehensive Projects and Processes
Environmental Design

A majors-only core studio workshop. Engages students in community planning and environmental design fieldwork in Western New York. Under the instructor's supervision, students work with clients and neighborhood groups to understand complex community planning and environmental issues, research best practices, and develop final plans, comprehensive designs, and presentations. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. Enrollment in END 450 requires official admission to the Environmental Design BA and Senior class standing. Concurrent enrollment in the following courses is prohibited: END 350/ END 450. An undergraduate senior capstone studio.

Credits: 6
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350, PD 360, and senior standing. Concurrent enrollment in PD 350 is prohibited.


END 459 Tourism and Recreation Development
Environmental Design

Examines a variety of specific tourism and recreation ventures and explores how they can be used to enhance development. Considered from several perspectives; including the role of tourism in economic development and the community level relationship between hosts and guests. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350



END 464 Infrastructure Planning & Design
Environmental Design

Introduces principles, operation and design of physical infrastructure systems including roads, public transportation, community facilities, public open space, surface drainage, and electric, gas, water, waste disposal, and telecommunication services.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 467 Legal Issues in Planning and Development
Environmental Design

Explores historical and legal foundations of planning and development. Provides a legal perspective on land use, zoning policies, environmental regulations, housing, and other areas of interest. Reviews political, legal, and administrative institutions related to the planning and development process. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 212



END 469 GIS Applications
Environmental Design

Covers theory, techniques, and applications in geographic information systems, particularly as applied to planning problems and issues. Includes weekly computer lab. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 1
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 356


END 471 3d Vis & Urban Simulation
Environmental Design

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 356



END 472 Designing Inclusive Environments
Environmental Design

Introduces concepts and techniques of inclusive design in our communities including site planning, property development, physical infrastructure, public spaces, accessibility, and landscapes. Considers the goal of creating beautiful and functional environments that can be used equally by everyone, irrespective of age, gender, or disability. Involves lectures, discussions, and fieldwork. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350


END 473 Projects in Physical Planning and Design
Environmental Design

Designed to provide a basic understanding of the physical planning, design, and development process. Examines environmental, man-made, and policy elements that impact the physical development planning. Introduces methods for analyzing physical planning and design problems, the applications of physical development planning standards, an understanding of physical planning approaches, and the creation of planning, design, and development solutions.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350SEM



END 474 Negotiation & Conflict Re
Environmental Design

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 479 Global Issues And Communities
Environmental Design

A major or minor elective. Considers significant themes in global issues, global culture, global development, and global relations shaping our local urban and community environments. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall
Grading: Graded (GRD)



END 480 Environmental Design Study Abroad
Environmental Design

The content of this course is variable and therefore it is repeatable for credit. The University Grade Repeat Policy does not apply. A majors-only study abroad course. Locations vary annually. In the past, undergraduate students have participated in environmental design study abroad programs taught in Australia, Cuba, Costa Rica, Canada, the Dutch Antilles, and other international locations as organized by the Department of Urban and Regional Planning. Other in-house study abroad programs will be offered on an ad-hoc basis by the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and the UB Office of Study Abroad, based upon faculty and student interest. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Summer
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 212
Other Requisites: PD 480


END 488 Special Topics
Environmental Design

Topics vary annually. In the past this course addressed hidden systems of cities and urban environments- utilities, water, sewer, telecommunications, and transport. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)



END 489 Special Topics
Environmental Design

Topics vary annually. In the past this course addressed urban hazards and disasters and community revitalization planning. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 491 Urban Design Special Topics
Environmental Design

Topics vary annually. In the past this course addressed urban design, environmental design, community planning, landscape development, and placemaking. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)



END 492 Environmental Design Colloquium
Environmental Design

Topics vary annually. In the past, an examination of issues pertaining to environmental design, community planning, and regional development. Included historical, theoretical, formal, technical, and ethical concerns in planning, design, and development. Content defined by instructor; with group discussions focused on assigned readings and field trips. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 1
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)


END 493 Colloquium II
Environmental Design

Topics vary annually. In the past, an examination of issues pertaining to environmental design, community planning, and regional development. Included historical, theoretical, formal, technical, and ethical concerns in planning, design, and development. Content defined by instructor; with group discussions focused on assigned readings and field trips. May be offered on an intermittent basis.

Credits: 1
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Data not available
Grading: Graded (GRD)



END 494 Visions of the City
Environmental Design

Student-led, faculty-guided reading course covers classic and contemporary books on the natural, built, and urban environments. An undergraduate senior capstone course.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350SEM, PD 360SLB, and Environmental Design Majors only.
Co-Requisites: PD 498SEM
Students may not enroll in PD 360SLB and PD 494SEM in the same semester.


END 496 Environmental Design Internship
Environmental Design

Offers opportunity to work in urban or regional agencies in areas such as housing development, local government, strategic planning, transportation, community development, environmental affairs, land use, and urban design.

Credits: 2-3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grading: Pass/Not Pass (PNP)
Pre-Requisites: Admission to the Environmental Design BA / Minor or permission of advisement.
Other Requisites: PD 496



END 498 Research Projects in Environmental Design
Environmental Design

A required senior undergraduate research and creative activity course. Engages students in environmental design methodologies and individual research on a topic of contemporary interest. Topics vary annually. In the past this course addressed community gardens, urban food security, active living, community design, urban/suburban relations, urban subcultures, urban hazards and disasters, environmental planning, and urban development.

Credits: 3
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: PD 350SEM and PD 360SLB, Approved Environmental Design Major
Co-Requisites: PD 494SEM.
Students may not enroll in PD 360SLB and PD 498SEM in the same semester.


END 499 Independent Study
Environmental Design

Designed to add depth and breadth to a student's degree program. Students electing this course must be accepted for work on a specific topic by a member of the faculty, and must have the approval of the department's chair.

Credits: 1-6
Semester(s) Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
Grading: Graded (GRD)
Pre-Requisites: Admission to the Environmental Design BA only.
Other Requisites: PD 499




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