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C R P 301: Planning Methods Studio

(3-2) Cr. 4. S.


An introduction to the methods and analytical techniques used by planners to study community change. Course includes identification of key sources of planning information and data. Students learn to use quantitative methods for analysis of population, land use, economic and transportation data. Students learn to apply basic analytic methods to community problems and learn the art of effective written, graphic, and oral presentation of data.

P R 301: Research and Strategic Planning for Advertising and Public Relations

(Cross-listed with ADVRT). (3-0) Cr. 3.

Prereq: ADVRT 230 or P R 220
The use of primary and secondary research for situations, organizations and the public. Formation and development of strategic plans for public relations and advertising students.