Understanding the History and Theory of Urban Planning
Demonstrate planning methods that anticipate and envision future changes to society and the built environment, such as knowledge of forecasts, risk assessment, futures scenarios and other tools for creating plan alternatives. (PAB 4.2.2d)
Possess the Skills Needed to Practice Planning
Use numerical reasoning and computation skills to conduct quantitative analysis of social and geographic information for basic professional planning purposes, problems and projects. (PAB 4.2.3d.
Use forecasts and scenarios to anticipate and describe future changes in society and the built environment. (PAB 4.2.3g)