(LO1) After this module, students will be able to understand the key theories and principles of urban design and their influence on or applications to practice.
(LO2) Students will be able to critically discuss current issues and challenges faced in urban design in their local area.
(LO3) Students should be aware of broader urban issues and challenges faced by other cities globally, not only in the Western context, but also in the global south.
(LO4) Students will be able to apply a variety of urban analytical techniques and methods in their practice for sustainable development and place-making.
(LO5) Students will be able to understand the process and role of urban design governance and its relationship with the planning system.
(S1) Communication skills.
(S2) Literacy application of literacy, ability to produce clear, structured written work and oral literacy - including listening and questioning
(S3) Problem solving/ critical thinking/ creativity analysing facts and situations and applying creative thinking to develop appropriate solutions.
(S4) Global perspectives demonstrate international perspectives as professional/citizens; locate, dicusss, analyse, evaluate information from international sources; consider issues from a variety of cultural perspectives; consider ethical and social responsibility issues in international settings; value diversity of language and culture.