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Transportation Fall 2011 SOC
ENVS 295, CRN 92834: Cars, Culture and the Media - In this
course we break down the "love affair with the car" by examining the
culture that surrounds the automobile, the promotion of that culture
over time and the role of the media in promulgating car-related
Credits: 3 | Instructor: Richard Watts | Time: 10:00-11:15am T R
CE 295 ST: Transportation & Air Quality - Introduction to
mobile source emissions; legislative framework, emissions formation
processes, vehicle technology, dispersion of gas and particle
pollutants, modeling transportation project effects on local air
quality. Graduate student projects on related topics.
Credits: 3 | Instructor: Britt Holmén | Time: 10:00-11:15am T R
TRC 310: Transportation Systems Seminar: Transportation and Community Development
Credits: 1 | Instructor: Richard Watts
TRC 312: Critical Issues in Transportation - Introduction
to the complex interconnection of engineering, policy, science and
social science that characterize transportation systems, mobility
problems and solutions. Interdisciplinary teams conduct case studies.
Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
Credits: 3 | Instructor: Brian Lee
CE 133: Transportation Systems - Transportation systems
planning, analysis, and design with foci on modeling, decision support,
environmental impacts, and economic evaluation.
Credits: 3 | Instructor: Brian Lee | Time: 8:30-9:45am T R
NR 377: Land Use Policy and Economics - Economic and social
forces that drive urban and suburban land use patterns, such as urban
sprawl, and the policy mechanisms designed to intervene in those
processes. Pre/co-requisites: Econ 172 or equivalent, grad standing.
Credits: 3 | Instructor: Austin Troy | Time: 4:05-7:05 W
PA 308: Decision Making Models
Credits: 3 | Instructor: Asim Zia | Time: 4:05 - 7:05 W
CDAE 276: Community Design Studio - Problem-based community
design studio course with research on existing conditions, needs
assessment, sense of place, and development of sustainable and
integrative design solutions and processes. Credits: 3 | Instructor:
Diane Gayer | Time: 4:00 - 6:45 T
NR 243: GIS Practicum - An applied course in geospatial technology with a focus on ESRI's ArcGIS software suite. Prerequisites: NR 143/343.
Credits: 3 | Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne | 08:30 - 09:20 MWF