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: Introduction to principles of the planning and design of cities, with a focus on urban form and the forces that have shaped cities, including an overview of significant historic precedents and theories of urban design. Coursework will consist of a series of short readings in foundation literature and assignments that emphasize analytic thinking and expression, delivered online with integrated peer reviews, culminating in a final project.
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