Hi, I'm a current MUP student. It seems that most MUP/MCP programs have this law course requirement and have a wide range of courses for students to choose from. I am wondering which law course you guys think is most useful for someone concentrated in transportation planning?
My interest is in transportation economics/planning/engineering, especially in urban mass transit and (high-speed) rail planning. I hope to get a job in consulting when I graduate. It could be a planning/economics/engineering consulting firm.. Some examples would be AECOM, PB, and boutique firms like EcoNorthwest, Bay Area Economics, etc.
Would business law and real estate law be appropriate? Or should I take land use law? Thank you!