Planning in Times of Change

We are in unprecedented times of change in terms of climate, resources, and population change. How do planners play a role in this?  This field school explores the dynamic field of planning from its history to present day and its possible futures. This experience will highlight real-life planning scenarios that are relevant to communities in our area, especially Indigenous communities. The various roles of public, politicians, and planners in the field of planning will be explored. Students will participate in a planning project for a local community! Professor Joanne Nelson, Ts'msyen, will bring her passion for Indigenous issues into the world of planning.

Additional fees for this field school include all travel/transportation and shared meals when required.  


Courses | 3 credits


Admission requirements

In some cases, pre-requisites may be waived. POI form is required for all applicants.
Seats are limited.

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Dates and locations

June 16 to June 22, 2024

Prince Rupert

Program fees

Field trip fee$100.00$100.00
GEOG 112$332.04$1,334.73
Student Union fees

Non-refundable deposit due at registration: $120.00

Full tuition is due by June 3, 2024 (10 business days before start of field school).