ENS4400 Land Use Planning and Policy
Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Eric Tangumonkem
This course explores the legal and procedural aspects of land use and aspects of land use. Emphasis will be placed on what has guided and is currently guiding land use in the United States of America and how U.S. cities continue to manage urban growth, economic development, housing, transportation and traffic congestion.
How This Course Benefits Students:
The student will learn how and a Biblical word view has shaped land use and planning policy.
Why This Course Is Important:
Students will either be from the Western Christian tradition or will have encountered that tradition in history or through missionary efforts. This course will help the student from both backgrounds understand how missions in the West has shaped land use and planning policy.