ΣΥΝΕΔΡΙΟ ΓΕΩΓΡΑΦΙΑΣ: ΜΕΤΑΦΕΡΕΤΑΙ ΣΤΙΣ 3-5 Ιουνίου 2021

COURSE OUTLINE



(1) General

School:Social Sciences
Academic Unit:Geography
Level of studies:Undergraduate
Course Code:GEO 205Semester:C
Course Title:Urban Planning
Independent Teaching ActivitiesWeekly Teaching HoursCredits
Lecture3
Course total5
Course Type:Required
Prerequisite Courses:None
Language of Instruction and ExaminationsGreek
Is the course offered to Erasmus students:No
Course Website (Url):https://geography.aegean.gr/pps/index_en.php?content=0&lesson=205


(2) Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

The course aims to familiarize students with selected principles and concepts in terms of urban planning and their application in a case study. The simultaneous lectures and group work aim to the students' understanding of the particularities and the complexity involved in the theory application on a case study.

Emphasis is on identifying the distinctive role of the geography science in the urban planning process.

General Competences

  1. Search for, analysis and synthesis of data and information, with the use of the necessary technology

  2. Decision-making

  3. Working independently

  4. Team work

  5. Working in an interdisciplinary environment

  6. Criticism and self-criticism

  7. Production of free, creative and inductive thinking


(3) Syllabus

I. INTRODUCTION:

 

The importance of geography in urban planning.

 

II. METHODOLOGICAL AND CONCEPTUAL ISSUES

 

City: conceptual issues.

 

City: essential functions.

 

City: allocation criteria.

 

Descriptive cities development.

 

III. URBAN PLANNING: CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

 

Urban planning and urban programming.

 

Urban planning typologies.

 

IV. URBAN PLANNING: BASIC ORGANIZATION LEVELS

 

Master plan.

 

Urban planning study.

Urban design study.

 

V. URBAN PLANNING: IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES

 

Residential areas.

 

Land use.

 

Open spaces.

 

Networks.


(4) Teaching and Learning Methods - Evaluation

Delivery:
Face to face
Use of Information and Communication Technology:
Teaching Methods:
ActivitySemester workload
Lecture39
Tutorials0
Non-supervised study39
Project59
Performance evaluation/Exams3
Course total140
Student Performance Evaluation
Εxams (50%) and student projects (50%)


(5) Attached Bibliography

  1. Aravantinos A., (2007) Urban planning: for a sustainable development of urban space. (Athens : Symmetry).
  2. Adrikopoulou E. Giannakou A., Kafkalas G., Pitsiava-Latinopoulou M., 2007. City and planning practices. (Athens : Kritiki).
  3. Karidis, D. (2006) The seven books of urban planning (Athens: Papasotiriou) [in Greek].
  4.  
    Economou D. and Petrakos G. (1999) The Development of the Greek Cities: Inderdisciplinary approaches in the urban analysis and policy, University of Thessaly (Athens : Gutenberg).
     
    Marmaras M. (2002). Planning and Residential area: theoretical approaches and aspects of Greek urban geography. (Athens:Greek Letters).