The key issues of cities in the Third World are addressed, including squatter settlements, rural-urban migration, urban agriculture, housing, urban transport, basic services (water, sanitation, waste management, health and education), urban governance, socio-cultural diversity, and urban environmental planning. Case studies demonstrate public policies and their link to socio-economic, cultural and environmental issues.
Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing or by permission of the Instructor. Students with Third-year standing may have access subject to space availability and approval from the Faculty.
Programs: Cities, Regions, Planning