Most of the world's population now lives in large urban regions. How such metropolitan areas should be planned and governed has been debated for over a century. Using examples, this course surveys and critically evaluates leading historical and contemporary perspectives on metropolitan planning and governance, and highlights the institutional and political challenges to regional coordination and policy development.
At least 1.0 credit at the B-level in ONE of the following: City Studies or Human Geography or Management or Political Science or Sociology
Social and Behavioural Sciences