Friday, September 3, 2010
Interested in learning more about the basics of New Urbanism and sustainable development?
The Miami School of Architecture will soon be offering an on-line opportunity to do so:
Learn New Urbanism Online! The Principles and Practice of New Urbanism is a self-paced online course offered by the University of Miami School of Architecture, a world leader in New Urbanism. Looking for an in-depth introduction to the theory and practice of New Urbanism? You can learn at your own pace, on your own schedule, from anywhere in the world, with The Principles and Practice of New Urbanism.
* For anyone interested in a comprehensive introduction to New Urbanism
* Developed by the University of Miami School of Architecture, a world leader in New Urbanism
* Receive a certificate from the University of Miami School of Architecture upon successful completion of the course
* Provides preparation for the Congress for the New Urbanism's (CNU) Accreditation Exam
* The CNU-Accreditation Exam can be taken online via the course web site at the conclusion of the course
Follow the above link and you can view a sample lesson that the course is offering.
--Chad Emerson, Faulkner U.
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