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ETC4260C Site Development and Feasibility

Principles and practices of residential and commercial land development processes will be discussed in this course. Students will learn zoning and land use requirements and/or restrictions. The course will expose the student to project development processes and the utilization criteria used. Financial requirements and responsibility of the project, feasibility studies, market analysis, site analysis and utilization, project programming and design will also be addressed in this course. Project cost estimates for infrastructure, common buildings, individual specialty buildings and/or houses will be identified and evaluated.

Prerequisites: ETD 1320C and SUR 2101C.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall
Credits: 3.00

Classes not offered for selected criteria.

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