The Certificate in Sustainable Land Use Planning (CSLUP) is a 19-credit hour upper division program designed to prepare students to enter the workforce immediately with solid skills and experience required for a wide variety of entry-level land use planning positions.
Certificate requirements: Students must complete the requirements similar to those for the Planning track in Sustainable Land Use Planning (see Appendix), with the main difference being that students must take a course in GIS and complete an internship. The 19-credit hour course completion requirement will include four required courses and two elective courses.
Grade Requirements: A grade of “C” or better in all courses used toward the certificate (a grade of “C-” is not acceptable). An overall GPA of 2.75 is required for the four core courses in the Certificate Program
Program Code: 7057CP
Upon completion of the requirements, students who may or may not be pursuing a major or minor in Geography, will receive a certificate showing completion of the program requirements.