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Introduction to present and historical resource and environmental planning concepts, policies, processes and issues. Sustainability principles are examined in the context of international trends and developments and the New Zealand planning framework.
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Students who successfully complete this course should be able to:
Please note: Learning Outcomes are subject to change until the beginning of the semester in which the course is delivered.
132.111 is a prerequisite course for 132.212 & 132.213. For Bachelor of Resource and Environmental Planning students, a restricted pass will not qualify as a pass for prerequisite purposes. These students must achieve a minimum of 50% across all assessments to complete the course and be eligible to progress to the second year, subject to their results in their other first-year BRP courses. Students who are not enrolled in the BRP can be credited with the course with a restricted pass.
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