£551 per credit
The interdisciplinary bioregional planning degree prepares graduates to assist communities with growth and development. Additionally, graduates will be able to produce and evaluate alternative futures to help communities make decisions about future building and growth. Bioregional planning is focused on how the biophysical attributes of a region influence the human dimensions of culture and settlement, and also how human settlement and building affect the environment of the geographic area in which the community is situated. This program is unique in that it focuses on large-scale planning; bioregional planners deal with entire geographic regions, yet they are also qualified for smaller city planning as well.
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