ERASMUS Course  Introduction to   Urban Development  

***CURRENT COURSE SYLLABUS (06/04/2020)***

Due to the current situation (Corona), the following changes are planned:

The course starts on April 07, 2020. During the first weeks, the classes will be tought online based on audio podcasts.

Please enroll via email (name + student's number) to huebscher(at) until April 06, 2020. The number of participants is restricted to 14. Hence, a first come-first served principle is applied. You will be given access to the course's moodle homepage on April 07, 2020.

ERASMUS Course: Introduction to Urban Development
Marcus Hübscher6 ETCS = 180 hours Summer term ERASMUS-students (Bachelor/ Master)
Aims & Scope 

This course deals with current and classic problems of urban development, providing a general introduction to the topic. Urban development is characterized as a cross-sectional subject between Economics, Geography, Sociology and Architecture, which makes it a complex research object due to a variety of scales and stakeholders involved. The aim of this course is to provide an overview and to encourage participants to deal with particular aspects, such as processes and framework conditions. A pool of topics will be addressed such as gentrification, neoliberalism, urban megaprojects, historic urban development ect. 


Tuesdays, 13:15 - 14:45, SR 7


presentation + audio file (20 min) + handout (1 A4 page)

written feedback on fellow students' presentations 

exam OR essay (tba)

letzte Änderung: 06.04.2020