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CRP 201: The Dwelling
Programming and planning for human habitation in dwellings and neighborhoods. Housing as a response to human needs. Environmental impacts and their amelioration. Building types and their impacts on programmatic needs. Examples of various housing schemes in and around Chicago.
Professors: Blake M. Davis; Faculty TBA; Leslie Johnson; (more)
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CRP 425: History and Architecture of Cities I
Selected topics in the history and development of human settlements. Examination of the forces affecting city development in history. These courses are taught as seminars and meet for one three-hour period per week.
Professors: Peter P. Beltemacchi
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CRP 465: The Ecological Basis of Planning
The role of natural systems in meeting human needs. Natural systems. Climate, geology, land forms, soils, vegetation, and animal populations as the bases of agricultural and industrial technologies. Competing demands on air, water, and land. Limiting factors.
Professors: Blake M. Davis; Faculty TBA; Martin S. Felsen; (more)
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CRP 497: Planning and Integrated Agriculture, Infrastructure, and Economics
Independent study of projects and problems. **Instructor permission and dean approval required.**
Professors: Peter P. Beltemacchi
Terms: N/A | Credits: 3-6
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CRP 519: Principles of City Planning I
This course explores the problems of housing from the scale of the single dwelling to larger residential buildings. Examination of the internal functions of a housing unit , the relationship of one unit to another and of the overall structure and development of settlement units.
Professors: Peter J. Kindel; Peter P. Beltemacchi
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CRP 519: The Principles
This course explores the problems of housing from the scale of the single dwelling to larger residential buildings. Examination of the internal functions of a housing unit , the relationship of one unit to another and of the overall structure and development of settlement units.
Professors: Peter P. Beltemacchi
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CRP 520: Principles of City Planning II/Urban Design
This course explores principles of urban design. Applications will make analyses of urban issues, such as the integration of urban elements into an organic whole, the town center, the interrelationship of built forms to open spaces and the varying components of the urban fiber.
Professors: Andrew Vesselinovitch; Christine Carlyle; Peter P. Beltemacchi; (more)
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CRP 521: Advanced Planning II
Advanced work in city and regional planning. Analysis. Structure. Clarification of principle and idea in planning. Varied problems.
Professors: Peter P. Beltemacchi
Terms: N/A | Credits: 1-20
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CRP 597: Special Problems
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Professors: Peter P. Beltemacchi
Terms: N/A | Credits: 1-20
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