Minor in City and Regional Planning
Dr. Lynn A. Mandarano
Chair and Faculty Advisor for City and Regional Planning Minor
Tyler School of Art Building
Administrative Suite Room 210Y
Students in the Tyler School of Art (except for students pursuing the Community Development major or minor) as well as students in other colleges, schools, and departments may choose to minor in City and Regional Planning. Through this minor students undertake formal studies about public planning, thereby preparing themselves for contributions as informed citizens, civically engaged professionals, or ultimately as professional planners.
In this 18 credit minor, the required courses provide common background in the basics of planning, including history, theory, comprehensive planning and its components, ethics and principles of planning practice with particular emphasis on citizen participation, and exposure to a range of analytical methods for understanding community planning issues. The four electives allow students to explore interests in different facets of city planning: land use; housing; economic development; transportation; sustainability and environmental planning.
The minor provides students with the background and with stronger credentials to apply for graduate level work in planning.
Students must earn a minimum grade of C- in courses satisfying minor requirements and must have a minimum 2.0 grade point average in the required 18 credits to earn the minor.
- A student may not double count any course for the Minor in City & Regional Planning toward any other major, minor, or certificate.
- At least half of the courses for the minor must be taken at Temple University.
- Courses for the minor must be completed prior to graduation.
|CTRP 1017||City Planning Principles and Practice||3|
|CTRP 2213||Environmental Planning||3|
|Four City & Regional Planning electives numbered 2000-3999 1,2||12|
|Urban Form and Design|
|Land Use Planning|
|Sustainable Food Systems Planning|
|Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)|
|Ecological Planning and Development|
|Sustainability in Suburban Communities|
|Sustainable Community Design and Development|
|Internet and Digital Technologies for Community Engagement|
|Introduction to Emergency Management Planning|
|Topics in Community & Regional Planning|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
One of the four electives may be a course from another subject approved by the Department Chair for Planning and Community Development.