This course will build on the material taught in GGR361H5, City Planning. This course will delve deeper into the scholarship related to urban planning and urban development more broadly such as planning for multicultural cities, ethics in planning and planning ethics, contemporary scholarly theories of planning (collaborative planning theory etc.), planning for more equal cities and planning for sustainability.
Distribution Requirement: Social Science
Lecture hours: 36
Prerequisite: 14.0 credits including any one of: GGR207H5 or GGR361H5 or GGR349H5
Recommended preparation: GGR361H5
NOTE: This course is typically offered on a three-year cycle. Please contact the academic advisor for more information