662 Planning II: Operational Planning
Instructor: Dr. Perry Wood Perry_Wood@MS1.Mankato.MSUS.edu
ICMA, Chapter 8, "Land Subdivision Regulation", The Practice of Local Government Planning. Second Edition, 1988.
The student is expected to demonstrate that he/she knows and understands basic terms, concepts and techniques pertaining to development of land. The student is also expected to demonstrate the ability to apply this knowledge by examining selected problems.
Evaluation of the course objectives is based on a series of projects, a subdivision proposal and a final examination. Projects must be submitted on time. Projects submitted late will be devalued at a rate of five (5) points per day.
A student's grade for the course will be determined by the following formula:
Letter grades will be assigned on the basis of the following percentage:
A: 90 - 100
B: 80 - 89
C: 70 - 79
D: 60 - 69
F: Below 60
Attendance and participation in class are expected.