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Community + Resource Planning Courses

Below you'll find descriptions of courses being offered in the current term only. To see a full list of courses, see the UNM Catalog. To see the programs of study (curriculum), see CRP Degrees and Curriculum

Schedule as of March 28, 2017

Community & Regional Planning - Spring 2017

CRP 181 - Intro to Environ Problems

Development of the major issues, concepts and methods emerging from the relationship of social systems and the natural environment. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 33991

M W 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
George Pearl Hall P104

Lecture
Joni Palmer - palmerjonim@unm.edu 3 60
Fees: $60

CRP 376 - Human Settlements

Development of the form and structure of human settlements based on historical, cultural, economic and physical factors. Course includes various theoretical explanations of why settlements are organized, the way they are and how various elements of settlement system interact. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 33992

M W 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
George Pearl Hall P133

Seminar
James R Richardson - jrich@unm.edu 3 Section Full
Fees: $99

CRP 413 - Qualitative Research Methods

Introduction to the methods and techniques of qualitative inquiry. It focuses primarily on preparing students to conduct rigorous qualitative research, community based planning and analysis. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 37955

T 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
George Pearl Hall 210

Seminar
Claudia B Isaac - cisaac@unm.edu 3 4
Fees: $99

CRP 420 - Environmental Design Studio

This course addresses physical planning analytical methods and presentation skills, and prepares students for professional roles as active and effective participants in the ongoing process of managing the urban spatial environment. Prerequisite: 165 and 181 and 265.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 41368

T R 3:00 PM - 5:10 PM
George Pearl Hall 215

Studio
Andrew K Bernard - abernard@unm.edu 5 6
Fees: $99

CRP 427 - Watershed Management

An introduction to the watershed as a rational planning unit, with case studies to illustrate principles of resource inventory, identification of land use problems and the formulation of plans for protection and rehabilitation. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 33993

W 2:45 PM - 5:15 PM
George Pearl Hall P135A

Seminar
William M Fleming - fleming@unm.edu 3 1
Fees: $99

CRP 429 - Problems

Problems are individualized topics conducted on a one to one student-faculty arrangement. Allows for exploration of various subjects of interest to students and faculty members.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 31741 Independent Study James R Richardson - jrich@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33
002 31746 Independent Study Theodore S Jojola - tjojola@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33
003 31753 Independent Study William M Fleming - fleming@unm.edu 1 TO 3 24
Fees: $33
004 36552


Independent Study
Rodney M Gonzales - mgonzo1@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33
005 31764 Independent Study Claudia B Isaac - cisaac@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33
006 31768 Independent Study Laura Harjo - harjo@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33
007 31773 Independent Study Irena Ehrenfeucht - rehrenfeucht@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33
008 31779 Independent Study Jennifer L Tucker - jennifertucker@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33
009 31784 Independent Study Caroline E Scruggs - cscruggs@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33
010 31788 Independent Study Alfred Simon - asimon@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33
011 37283


Independent Study
Mark C Childs - mchilds@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33
012 31794 Independent Study Christopher M Wilson - chwilson@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
Fees: $33

CRP 435 - Community Econ for Planners

Explores the intersections of economics and contemporary economic development issues and policies. How do economic decisions and policies impact the shaping of space and development of communities? Covers strategies to strengthen local economies. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 35633

M 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
George Pearl Hall P135A

Seminar
Claudia B Isaac - cisaac@unm.edu 3 1
Fees: $99

CRP 470 - Sem:Ad Geog Info Sys

Various topics related to planning in the southwest.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
002 39827

W 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
George Pearl Hall 217

Seminar
Tita Berger - tberger@unm.edu 3 5
Fees: $99
003 39825

M 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
George Pearl Hall 210

Seminar
Laura Harjo - harjo@unm.edu 3 6
Fees: $99
006 41547

F 9:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Education 104

Seminar
Subhankar Banerjee - subhankar@unm.edu 3 4
Fees: $99
008 41551

W 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Mitchell Hall 211

Seminar
Levi Romero - xlromero@unm.edu 3 4
Fees: $99
012 44062

R 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Off Campus - Albuquerque ONE

Seminar
Donavan D Boone - dboone01@unm.edu 3 1
Fees: $99
013 44070

F 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
George Pearl Hall 215

Seminar
John D Quale - quale@unm.edu 3 2
Fees: $99

CRP 473 - Plan on Native American Lands

The social, political and economic interrelations between tribal lands and their activities with the outside dominant society. Case studies are used to present views in support of tribal autonomy and tribal integration. {Spring, alternate years}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 43136

T 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
George Pearl Hall P139

Seminar
Theodore S Jojola - tjojola@unm.edu 3 13
Fees: $99

CRP 480 - Community Growth & Land Use

Study of land use planning and growth management dynamics at the local level, in its physical, legal administrative and economic contexts. Restriction: enrolled in B.A.E.P.D. program. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
002 33996

R 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
George Pearl Hall P133

Seminar
John C Barney - jcb23@unm.edu 3 8
Fees: $99

CRP 483 - Intro To GIS

Overview of GIS capabilities in the context of community issues and local government. Includes direct manipulation of ArcView software, lectures, demonstrations and analysis of urban GIS applications. Prerequisite: 265. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 42060

M W 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
George Pearl Hall P110

Laboratory
Alex J Ochoa - ao4930@unm.edu 3 4

CRP 485 - Practice of Negotiation

Introduces students to new ways to negotiate and resolve disputes in the context of professional practice through collaborative decision making and problem solving. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 38004

T 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
George Pearl Hall P104

Seminar
James R Richardson - jrich@unm.edu 3 Section Full
Fees: $99

CRP 486 - Plng Issues in Chicano Comm

Applies planning concepts and techniques to development issues facing Chicanos in New Mexico generally and Albuquerque specifically. Other Chicano communities are studied for the insights gained from a comparative approach. {Fall}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 42061

M 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
George Pearl Hall P139

Seminar
Francisco Uvina - fuvina@unm.edu 3 1

CRP 511 - Analytical Methods for Plng

Introduction to comparative analysis of social, economic and spatial data as integrated into a typical comprehensive plan. Building data sets, organization of information, use of survey research, preliminary forecasting methods. Descriptive statistics a prerequisite. Prerequisite: 500 and 510. Restriction: enrolled in M.C.R.P. program and permission of graduate advisor. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 34931

T R 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
George Pearl Hall P104

Seminar
Caroline E Scruggs - cscruggs@unm.edu 4 13

CRP 513 - Qualitative Research Methods

Introduces students to the methods and techniques of qualitative inquiry. It focuses primarily on preparing students to conduct rigorous qualitative research, community based planning and analysis. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 37956

T 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
George Pearl Hall 210

Seminar
Claudia B Isaac - cisaac@unm.edu 3 4

CRP 527 - Watershed Management

An introduction to the watershed as a rational planning unit, with case studies to illustrate principles of resource inventory, identification of land use problems and the formulation of plans for protection and rehabilitation. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 33997

W 2:45 PM - 5:15 PM
George Pearl Hall P135A

Seminar
William M Fleming - fleming@unm.edu 3 3

CRP 530 - Internship

Professionally based experience in professional planning practice in public, private or non-profit settings. Supervision is given in the field setting as well as at an academic setting. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 43862


Independent Study
James R Richardson - jrich@unm.edu 2 18

CRP 531 - Foundations of Community Dev

Explores what it takes to practice community development. What are processes of community development and how can planners enhance and build community in ways that promote fair and just distribution of resources and impacts. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
002 44279

T 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
George Pearl Hall P135A

Seminar
Jennifer L Tucker - jennifertucker@unm.edu 3 10

CRP 532 - Found of Natural Res

A foundation for applying planning concepts and analytical techniques to natural systems in regions. Ecology and environmental policy, land suitability analysis, natural resources accounting and impact assessment. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
002 44277

T 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
George Pearl Hall 209

Lecture
William M Fleming - fleming@unm.edu 3 11

CRP 533 - Foundations of Physical Plng

(Also offered as ARCH 530/430) An introductory course of physical planning practice for Planning, Architecture and Landscape students. Graphic methods of analysis, field trips, cross-disciplinary projects range from regional plans to design details of the built environment. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 35390

R 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
George Pearl Hall 209

R 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
George Pearl Hall P110

Seminar
Rodney M Gonzales - mgonzo1@unm.edu 3 9

CRP 534 - Foundations of Indigenous Plan

Examines the relationship of indigenous planning to other planning approaches such as advocacy, equity, and radical planning; considers aspects of "indegeneity" such as sovereignty, land tenure, and culture, and their application to community planning.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 43139

R 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
George Pearl Hall 217

Seminar
Theodore S Jojola - tjojola@unm.edu 3 13

CRP 535 - Community Econ For Planners

Explores the intersections of economics and contemporary economic development issues and policies. How do economic decisions and policies impact the shaping of space and development of communities? Covers strategies to strengthen local economies. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 35635

M 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
George Pearl Hall P135A

Seminar
Claudia B Isaac - cisaac@unm.edu 3 8

CRP 538 - Community Participatory Methds

Introduces students to community participatory methods, including democratizing information, building community capacity, and redistributing power in communities. This course is an anti-oppression, decolonization, and liberation centric course.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 42062

W 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
George Pearl Hall 210

Lecture
Laura Harjo - harjo@unm.edu 3 8

CRP 545 - Land Use Controls

This course examines the legal context for the evolution of land use regulation in the United States, with particular emphasis on the Southwest. Restriction: enrolled in M.C.R.P. program. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
002 44516

R 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Bratton Hall (Law School) 2406

Lecture
Anita P Miller - amille01@unm.edu 3 8

CRP 551 - Problems

Individual study of problems in planning undertaken with faculty advisement and supervision. Restriction: permission of instructor.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 31869 Independent Study James R Richardson - jrich@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
002 31876 Independent Study Theodore S Jojola - tjojola@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
003 31880 Independent Study William M Fleming - fleming@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
004 36553


Independent Study
Rodney M Gonzales - mgonzo1@unm.edu 1 TO 3 21
005 31889 Independent Study Claudia B Isaac - cisaac@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
006 31896 Independent Study Laura Harjo - harjo@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
007 31899 Independent Study Irena Ehrenfeucht - rehrenfeucht@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
008 31901 Independent Study Jennifer L Tucker - jennifertucker@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
009 31903 Independent Study Caroline E Scruggs - cscruggs@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
010 38212


Independent Study
Mark C Childs - mchilds@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25
011 40976


Independent Study
Rodney M Gonzales - mgonzo1@unm.edu 1 TO 3 1
012 31913 Independent Study Christopher M Wilson - chwilson@unm.edu 1 TO 3 25

CRP 570 - Seminar

Various topics related to planning in the southwest.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
002 39262

W 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
George Pearl Hall 217

Seminar
Tita Berger - tberger@unm.edu 3 6
003 39826

M 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
George Pearl Hall 210

Seminar
Laura Harjo - harjo@unm.edu 3 8
006 41548

F 9:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Education 104

Seminar
Subhankar Banerjee - subhankar@unm.edu 3 1
008 41552

W 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Mitchell Hall 211

Seminar
Levi Romero - xlromero@unm.edu 3 4
012 44063

R 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Off Campus - Albuquerque ONE

Seminar
Donavan D Boone - dboone01@unm.edu 3 2
013 44071

F 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
George Pearl Hall 215

Seminar
John D Quale - quale@unm.edu 3 2

CRP 573 - Plan on Native American Lands

The social, political and economic interrelations between tribal lands and their activities with the outside dominant society. Case studies are used to present views in support of tribal autonomy and tribal integration. {Spring, alternate years}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 43137

T 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
George Pearl Hall P139

Seminar
Theodore S Jojola - tjojola@unm.edu 3 8

CRP 578 - Latin Am Development Planning

(Also offered as LTAM 578) This course covers the historical roots of development planning in Latin America and develops a theoretical background to evaluate current policy options of Latin American countries at the local and regional scale. {Spring, alternate years}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 43138

W 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
George Pearl Hall P130

Seminar
Jennifer L Tucker - jennifertucker@unm.edu 3 13

CRP 583 - Intro To GIS

Overview of GIS capabilities in the context of community issues and local government. Includes direct manipulation of ArcView software, lectures, demonstrations and analysis of urban GIS applications. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 42065

M W 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
George Pearl Hall P110

Laboratory
Alex J Ochoa - ao4930@unm.edu 3 3

CRP 585 - Practice of Negotiation

(Also offered as PADM 588) Introduces students to new ways to negotiate and resolve disputes in the context of professional practice through collaborative decision making and problem solving. {Spring}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 38005

T 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
George Pearl Hall P104

Seminar
James R Richardson - jrich@unm.edu 3 8

CRP 586 - Plng Issues in Chicano Comm

This course applies planning concepts and techniques to development issues facing Chicanos in New Mexico generally and Albuquerque specifically. We study other Chicano communities for the insights gained from a comparative approach. {Fall}

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 43666

M 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
George Pearl Hall P139

Seminar
Francisco Uvina - fuvina@unm.edu 3 2

CRP 589 - Professional Proj II

Development of a professional project reflective of advanced work in the field. Project should have an identified client, a time frame and a final product which demonstrates competence to engage in professional level planning. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 31951 Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj James R Richardson - jrich@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25
002 31953 Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj Theodore S Jojola - tjojola@unm.edu 1 TO 6 24
003 31955 Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj William M Fleming - fleming@unm.edu 1 TO 6 21
004 36554


Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj
Rodney M Gonzales - mgonzo1@unm.edu 1 TO 6 23
005 31957 Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj Claudia B Isaac - cisaac@unm.edu 1 TO 6 24
006 37290


Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj
Caroline E Scruggs - cscruggs@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25
007 31958 Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj Irena Ehrenfeucht - rehrenfeucht@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25
008 31963 Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj Jennifer L Tucker - jennifertucker@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25
009 38006


Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj
Laura Harjo - harjo@unm.edu 1 TO 6 23
010 31967


Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj
Alfred Simon - asimon@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25
011 31966 Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj Mark C Childs - mchilds@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25
012 31970 Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj Christopher M Wilson - chwilson@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25

CRP 597 - Capstone Planning Studio

Advanced studio projects responsive to client needs and useful to community organizations and public agencies. Results in final planning products which demonstrate competence to engage in professional level planning. Content varies each year. Restriction: admitted to M.C.R.P. program.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
002 43938

M W 1:30 PM - 5:15 PM
George Pearl Hall 215

Studio
Rodney M Gonzales - mgonzo1@unm.edu 6 9

CRP 598 - iTown Studio

This is an exit studio in the M.C.R.P. program and builds on the skills acquired in the first year of CRP classes. Students are expected to produce planning document deliverables to the indigenous community. Restriction: admitted to a graduate program in the School of Architecture and Planning.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 43915


Studio
Theodore S Jojola - tjojola@unm.edu 1 TO 6 9

CRP 599 - Thesis

Development of a research project reflective of advanced inquiry into a planning topic. Thesis should make concrete contributions to guide planning practice. Offered on a PR/CR/NC basis only.

Sections
# CRN Time/Location Instructor Credits Seats Available
001 31975 Thesis James R Richardson - jrich@unm.edu 1 TO 6 23
002 31978 Thesis Theodore S Jojola - tjojola@unm.edu 1 TO 6 22
003 31979 Thesis William M Fleming - fleming@unm.edu 1 TO 6 23
004 36555


Thesis
Rodney M Gonzales - mgonzo1@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25
005 31983 Thesis Claudia B Isaac - cisaac@unm.edu 1 TO 6 19
006 37291


Thesis
Caroline E Scruggs - cscruggs@unm.edu 1 TO 6 24
007 31990 Thesis Irena Ehrenfeucht - rehrenfeucht@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25
008 31992 Thesis Jennifer L Tucker - jennifertucker@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25
009 38007


Thesis
Laura Harjo - harjo@unm.edu 1 TO 6 24
010 31993 Thesis Mark C Childs - mchilds@unm.edu 1 TO 6 25