CITD12H3 Planning and Building Public Spaces in Toronto

This course is designed to develop career-related skills such as policy-oriented research analysis, report writing, and presentation and networking skills through experiential learning approaches. The policy focus each year will be on a major current Toronto planning policy issue, from ‘Complete Streets’ to improvements to parks and public space infrastructure, to public transit-related investments. Students work closely in the course with planners and policymakers from the City of Toronto, policy advocates, and community organizers.

Prerequisite: 

15.0 credits, including completion of the following requirements of the Major/Major Co-op programs in City Studies: (1) Introduction to Social Science Thought, (2) Core Courses, and (3) Methods

Exclusion: 

CITD10H3 (if taken in the 2018 Fall Session and 2020 Winter session)

Enrolment Limits: 
25
Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences