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FIELD TRAINING

The work environment for sustainable development is demanding and intense with long periods of field work and high expectations. This course requires students to participate in a field work project to experience a workplace atmosphere, where the student will act as field researcher to collect and analyze data for a client over a six-week period. Students will be involved in projects related sustainable development. Students will work with regional ecologists, local and provincial governments, and community partners to meet project deliverables. Success in this course is dependent on the students meeting the deliverables, and efficiently working with their field partners and the course professor.

Course Goal
A. Cultivating advanced spatial planning and design professionals with globe vision, execution ability and leadership.
C. Cultivating high-level spatial planning and design teaching faculty with inter-disciplinary, forward-looking and globe visions.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Competence]
  • Ability to grasp and flexibly implement the methodologies of spatial planning and design in research and development.
  • Ability of independent study and academic publishing and communication.
  • Ability of accurate analysis and expound and effective communication.
  • PhD graduates are able to teach planning (/design) professional courses and supervise students.
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    0103/1 P281100 [UP7291E]FIELD TRAINING 1.0 Y Huang, Tai-Lin