AUT 2021: URBDP 480 “Planning as a Profession”

URBDP 480 “Planning as a Profession” provides a unique opportunity for students to meet and interact with professionals from the non-profit, public and private sectors who work in planning and related fields.  Students learn firsthand what skills and interests align with various careers in planning.  Each student will create their own strategic plan to acquire releveant skills through academic courses, internships, work experience and volunteer opportunities.  In addition, students will build a valuable network among these professionals to access local non-profit organizations, government agencies and consulting firms.

This one credit course meets each Friday from 12:00 Noon to 1:20 PM in Gould 322.  No add code is required and the course is open any undergraduate or graduate student regardless of academic major.