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REP-X809 Urban Development Strategies

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Course Description

Tackle the issues and complexities of urban infill development

Students will explore the design, construction, marketing, economic development and social implications of urban infill, as well as the political and community dimensions of projects. Throughout this course the practical aspects of urban infill development will be emphasized. The course will also include guest appearances by expert practitioners who will discuss openly and candidly about their urban development experiences.

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Learner Outcomes

  • Understand Strategies for complex mixed-use development
  • Understand California Redevelopment Law, community development, and government relations
  • Public-private partnerships, solicitation methods and partnership structures
  • Affordable and mixed-income housing development
  • Analyze sustainable development

Course Details

Number of Units: 1

Who Should Attend: Professionals who wish to obtain a foundation for a career in real estate or students who seek to specialize within the one area of the real estate industry.

Course Format: Classroom

Instructor: Jeff W. Graham, M.B.A., is President of Civic San Diego

Prerequisites

None


Applies Towards the Following Certificate(s), Professional Programs and Series




Sections

  REP-X809 - 002 Urban Development Strategies      
  2014 - FA   Status:  Available
 
Classroom:   Wed 6:00PM - 9:10PM
8 Oct 2014 to 29 Oct 2014
Class Schedule: 4 Sessions
Course Fee(s):
BUS Course Fee credit (1 units)   $450.00
Section Fee(s):
One time only non-refundable certificate fee $100.00
  Available for Extension Credit: 1 units
Location:   Main Campus
Course Format:  Classroom