UPDATED – CM credit courses at SUPA: Competitiveness and Prosperity in the Creative Economy

The School of Urban and Public Affairs and UT Arlington are teaming up with the Creative Class Group to offer a unique professional development course for alumni and students. The course will be presented by Steven Pedigo of the Creative Class Group. This course, taught in three modules, will provide the framework and tools necessary to evaluate community competitiveness and locational assets in a shifting economic landscape:

Module 1: Why Cities and Clusters Matter to Prosperity
O ct. 16, 4-7 p.m.

Module 2: 4-T’s of Creative Communities
Nov. 13, 4-7 p.m.

Module 3: Measuring and Benchmarking Communities
Nov. 29, 4-7 p.m.

View the course syllabus

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Seating is limited. All modules will be held in the Planetarium (CPB 303).

Each module qualifies for three American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certificate maintenance credits.

Cost is $35 per module, or $90 for all three. Alumni who are members of the SUPA Alumni Chapter of the UT Arlington Alumni Association will receive $10 off their total.

Cost includes parking. Cash or checks will be accepted at the door if you pre-register. SUPA students, faculty and staff members can attend the course for free, but must pre-register.
This post was updated on 09/28/2012 to include new dates and details.

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