Hey yall i went through the forum and read most ofl the posts about 'classes you wish you could have taken in undergrad.' i tried to take note of the most common answers and wrote them down in a list. i was just wondering if you guys could go through the list and just give comments, tips, etc.
EDES 3230. Design Communication III. 2 hours. 4 hours lab per week. Skill development in GIS, electronic communication, process and presentation graphics.
LAND 1500. Design and the Environment. 3 hours.Topics include land use patterns and policies, development and resource management, community design issues, and strategies for improving environmental integrity and quality of life.
GEOG 1103. Cultural Geography of the United States. 3 hours.Spatial development and organization of culture; population growth, migration, and urbanization; and the spatial dimensions of political, economic, and social processes. (I don't really know about this one...kind of picked it out myself...)
PADP 4620. Public Administration and Democracy. 3 hours.Major issues of administration and public agencies, such as personnel, finance, administrative law, and the growth and significance of governmental bureaucracy.
CRSS 4520/6520-4520L/6520L. Field Soil and Site Assessment. 3 hours. 2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week.How to assess a site to determine if the soil places any limitations on land use. Topics covered include soil sampling, soil landscapes, wetland and hydric soils, septic systems, and land application of waste.
GEOL 4370/6370. Data Analysis in the Geosciences. 3 hours.The principles of data analysis, including data collection methods, graphical presentation, and basic statistics.
LAND 2210. Design Communication I. 3 hours. 6 hours lab per week.Manual and computerized drafting skills/design drawing with an emphasis on the development of basic visual and computer literacy.
-see the problem is UGA doesn't have an undergrad program focused on anything relatively close to urban planning. so i took a major in the next best thing, Housing, which i will finish before completing the required number of hours for graduation. well if yall have any ideas or tips, advice just let me know.