- Environmental Design, School of
- Community and Regional Planning
Introduces students to the practice of planning and managing municipal and regional environmental infrastructure programs that typically fall under the realm of a local or county department of public works or environmental planning. Covers the historical development, governing regulations, current status and innovative trends with respect to comprehensive solid waste management, wastewater treatment, drinking water supply, stormwater management, district heating/cooling systems and green energy, and multi-purpose greenways. Infrastructure finance such as capital budget, operations and maintenance, and funding are discussed. Guest speakers present case studies to complement class discussions and student-lead case study research. Open to students from all disciplines.