Bioregional Planning and Community Design Graduate Academic Certificate

Note: This program is under review by the State Board of Education and is not accepting new students at this time.

The Bioregional Planning and Community Design Program offers a 16 credit Graduate Certificate in Bioregional Planning and Community Design that can be completed by students in other graduate programs who have an interest in planning as well as by professionals who are interested in planning issues but do not want to pursue the 44 credit M.S. degree.

Students earning the certificate will gain the basic knowledge, skills, and values in bioregional planning and be able to effectively employ planning concepts and principles within their discipline or within their community.

BIOP 520Introduction to Bioregional Planning3
BIOP 521Local and Regional Comprehensive Planning3
BIOP 522Bioregional Planning Methods3
BIOP 523Planning Sustainable Places3
BIOP 560Bioregional Planning Studio I4
Total Hours16

Courses to total 16 credits for this certificate