Course code APL250

APL250 Local Planning

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Course responsible: Marius Grønning
ECTS credits: 15
Department: Faculty of Landscape and Society
Teaching language: NO
(NO=norsk, EN=Engelsk)
Limits of class size:
52
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in Spring parallel. This course has teaching in Spring parallel, and evaluation in the exam period.
Course frequency: Annually
First time: 2013V
Preferential right:
M-BYREG, M-LA, M-EIE
Course contents:
General and case-related lectures on comprehensive land-use planning are followed up with seminars and teamwork assignments (formal Municipal Plan documents).
Learning outcome:
The course aims at providing the students with knowlegde and appreciation of local planning efforts and relevant planning tools. The students perform planning studio work on formal plan proposals, based on LAA250 inventories and analyses.
Learning activities:
Lectures, excursions, literature studies, exercizes and assignments in groups and individually. ICT is required for carrying out the assignments, especially Adobe programmes and GIS.
Teaching support:
Supervision and demonstrations will be given, as well as feed back during seminars and presentations. Teachers will offer up to a total of 100 hours of supervision for the assignments.
Syllabus:
Various articles, book chapters, public documents, and notes from lectures. Reference list will be presented at the cours introduction.
Prerequisites:
APL 102; LAD102, LAA250. Planning studio work assigment is a continuation of the assignment in LAA250.
Recommended prerequisites:
Theoretical perspectives on place and community, knowledge of driving forces, analysis methods for place/landscape, strategic visioning, scenario methods and feasibility studies.
Mandatory activity:
Excursions, exercises, group assignments (more information will be given at the course introdution), and plenary presentations.
Assessment:
Comprehensive evaluation. Obligatory assignments that are submittet and approved. 10% written assignments, 10% planning programme, 40% definition of planning issues, 40% elaboration and presentation of plan proposal.
Nominal workload:
450 hours seminars and assigments.
Entrance requirements:
Minimum requirements for entrance to higher education in Norway (generell studiekompetanse)
Type of course:
Lectures, exercizes, assignments, planning studio work with tutoring.
Note:
Engelsk: The main part of the work is carried out in groups of 3-5 students.
Examiner:
An external sensor will evaluate the group assignment. The written assignment is subject to internal evaluation.
Examination details: Continuous exam: A - E / Ikke bestått

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