Upcoming Bloustein online continuing education courses fit many interests and budgets
Rutgers University Professional Development Institute
Whether you want to redevelop brownfield sites or develop your business, Rutgers University's Bloustein Online Continuing Education Program has courses that can help. Our upcoming courses explore several different topics. We offer a mix of offerings, from 5 ½ week courses that help you build expertise, to one-hour live training sessions. Most courses will be submitted for AICP CM credits.
Here is a list of upcoming courses through March 2009. For descriptions of each course, please visit http://www.policy.rutgers.edu/bocep and click on "upcoming courses"
BOCEP Deep Learning courses
Course features: No required meetings, interaction with professionals around the United States, opportunity to earn Certificate of Completion, up to 14 AICP CM credits per course (to be submitted) Course fee: $295. Scholarships up to $100 available.
*Introduction to New Urbanism, January 28 to March 7
*Brownfields Redevelopment, March 4 to April 11
*Economic Development Analysis, March 4 to April 11
*Introduction to Environmental Planning, March 4 to April 11
*New Jersey Planning Law, March 4 to April 11
*Park Planning and Design, March 4 to April 11
BOCEP Learning Lab courses
Course features: Live, short (one-hour), interactive. 1 AICP CM credit to be requested (unless otherwise indicated). Course fee: $20, unless otherwise indicated. All times eastern.
*Leading from the Middle Open House, February 3, 12 pm and 6 pm
*Recruitment and Retention of Planners of Color, February 11, 1 pm
*Incorporating Green Building Into Comp Plans and Land Regulations: February 18, 2 pm
*Who Do They Think You Are? Branding for Planning, Design and Development. February 24, 3 pm
For more information, please contact Professional Development Institute Director Leonardo Vazquez, AICP/PP at [email protected] or 732-932-3822, x711
BOCEP is produced by the Professional Development Institute of Rutgers University's Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.
Posted January 21, 2009