Noah Billig, Landscape Architecture
WALK 304
nsbillig@uark.edu

John Gaber, Political Science
MAIN 428
479-575-3356
jgaber@uark.edu

Minor in Planning

The departments of Landscape Architecture and Political Science collaboratively offer an interdisciplinary minor in Planning for students interested in regional and urban planning. A student who wants to minor in Planning should notify either the Department of Landscape Architecture or Political Science and consult an academic adviser. A Planning minor consists of 18 hours of required and elective courses subdivided into three concentrations. A student should choose one concentration and take 6 hours of elective courses in that concentration. The minor's required and elective courses include:

Required Courses:
LARC 5386Landscape Architecture Design VIII (Sp)6
or LARC 5493 Environmental Land Use Planning (Sp)
and one 3 credit-hour elective from the Spatial Concentration
PLSC 3253Urban Politics (Sp)3
PLSC 4103Introduction to Urban Planning (Fa)3
Electives6
Select two courses from one group
Policy Group:
Cultural Resource Management I (Sp)
Anthropology of the City (Irregular)
Principles of Environmental Economics (Sp)
Theory (Fa)
Public Participation in Design and Planning (Irregular) (Public Participation in Design and Planning not offered until 2014)
Special Topics (Sp, Su, Fa)
Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations (Even years, Sp)
Environmental Sociology (Fa)
Transportation and Distribution Management (Sp, Fa)
Spatial Group:
History of Urban Form (Irregular)
Preservation and Restoration (Irregular)
Anthropology of the City (Irregular)
Principles of Environmental Economics (Sp)
Urban Geography (Sp)
Special Studies (Irregular)
Theory (Fa)
Incremental Sprawl Repair (Irregular) (Incremental Sprawl Repair not offered until 2014)
Historic Landscape Preservation (Irregular)
Environmental Sociology (Fa)
Environmental Group:
Cultural Resource Management I (Sp)
Landscape Archaeology (Fa)
General Ecology (Sp, Fa)
Ecosystems Assessment (Even years, Fa)
Ecosystems Assessment Laboratory (Even years, Fa)
Principles of Environmental Economics (Sp)
Theory (Fa)
Historic Landscape Preservation (Irregular)
Environmental Sociology (Fa)
Total Hours18