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THE AMERICAN TRADITION

From the coming of the Europeans and the westward expansion of early settlers, to the post-WW II and the modern era, American settlements and cities have adapted to a number of natural, demographic, economic, and political forces. This course examines the forms and characteristics of American cities, the underlying forces shaping those forms, and the roles of urban and regional planners, decision makers, entrepreneurs, and technology.

Course Goal
A. Cultivating advanced spatial planning and design professionals with globe vision, execution ability and leadership.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • With global vision and foreign language proficiency. PhD graduates are able to publish academic paper internationally.
  • As citizen of the earth, respect multi-culture and enhance environment sustainability and generation justice.
  • [Competence]
  • Ability to grasp and flexibly implement the methodologies of spatial planning and design in research and development.
  • Ability of accurate analysis and expound and effective communication.
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