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Masters in Planning with a specialization in Environmental Planning

This program emphasizes an interdisciplinary focus in its conceptual, instrumental, and methodological content for the diagnosis and analysis of environmental problems and needs. The MP encourages the evaluation of intervention alternatives and the design of plans and programs that promote the appropriate management of natural resources and the practices that result in environmental protection and sustainable development methods.

COURSE DESCRIPTION CR. PREREQUISITES
Core Studies
ENPL 500 Planning Theory 3  
ENPL 504 Social and Economic Planning 3 ENPL 500
ENMG 506 Statistics Methodology in Research 3  
Undergraduate Statistics      
ENPL 508 Land Use Planning 3 ENPL 500/ENPL505
ENPL 640 Plan Elaboraci├│n, Implementation and Evaluation 3 ENPL 500, ENPL 616/508
Specialization Components
ENMG 501 Principles of Environmental Science 3 Env. Sci./Undergraduate
ENPL 505 Geographic-Environmental Information Systems 3  
ENMG 615 Environmental Legislation & Regulatory Agencies 3 ENMG 501
ENPL 616 Urban Planning 3 ENPL 500/ENPL 505
ENMG 617 Preparing Environmental Documents 3 ENMG 615
Related Electives
Choose two courses
ENST 515 Sustainable Development 3 ENMG 501
ENPL 620 Coastal Area Planning 3 ENPL500/ENPL 508/ENMG 501
ENPL 630 Planning for the Mitigation of Natural Disasters 3 ENMG 500
ENMG 503 Economics of Natural and Environmental Resources 3 None
ENMG 531 Biology of Conservation 3 ENMG 531
ENMG 608 Managing Hazardous Waste 3 ENMG 615
ENMG 609 Energy Sources and Environmental Resources 3 ENMG 501
ENMG 701 Tropical Environments 3 Ninguno
ENMG 712 Tropical Ecological Formations 3 ENMG 501
Research Components      
ENPL 721 y 723 Thesis 6 36 earned credits
  Total Credits 42