NCKU Curriculum Map
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SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE

The course is structured in three parts, namely, trends and contexts, selective comparison of planning systems, and emerging themes in planning practices. Lectures and interstitial class discussions are designated as the main platform of teaching/learning interactions. This said, participations of in-classroom discussion are strongly recommended and reading listed articles is a must. Grades are to be calculated as the classroom performances of each student constituting50%, and a final paper(style and content will be announced at the last month of the semester)as another50%.

Course Goal
A. Cultivating advanced spatial planning and design professionals with globe vision, execution ability and leadership.
B. Cultivating advanced spatial planning and design researchers with scientific vision and innovation ability.
C. Cultivating high-level spatial planning and design teaching faculty with inter-disciplinary, forward-looking and globe visions.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • With global vision and foreign language proficiency. PhD graduates are able to publish academic paper internationally.
  • With professional ethics and social responsibilities.
  • As citizen of the earth, respect multi-culture and enhance environment sustainability and generation justice.
  • [Competence]
  • Ability to grasp the content of spatial planning and design theories and development issues.
  • Ability to grasp and flexibly implement the methodologies of spatial planning and design in research and development.
  • Ability to innovatively integrate theories and practical skills to achieve the best spatial planning and design practices.
  • Ability of accurate analysis and expound and effective communication.
  • PhD graduates are able to teach planning (/design) professional courses and supervise students.
  • Ability of teamwork and leadership.
  • Ability of integrating, implement, and developing inter-disciplinary knowledge from professional aspect.
  • Courses of Recent Years
    Year/
    Semester
    Course
    Number
    Class
    Code
    Course Name
    (The name will link to the syllabus.)
    Credit Taught in English
    (Yes or No)
    Instructor
    0109/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Huang, Wei-Ju
    0108/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Kung, Shiann-Far
    0107/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Huang, Wei-Ju
    0106/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Kung, Shiann-Far
    0105/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Kung, Shiann-Far,Huang, Wei-Ju
    0104/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Hsieh, Horng-Chang
    0103/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Kung, Shiann-Far,Huang, Wei-Ju
    0102/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Hsieh, Horng-Chang
    0101/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Kung, Shiann-Far
    0100/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Hsieh, Horng-Chang
    0099/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Kung, Shiann-Far
    0098/1 P271600 [UP7104E]SPATIAL PLANNINGGTHEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0 Y Hsieh, Horng-Chang