This certificate program is for urban planning students who would like to have a deeper specialization in city design and wish to take more courses and studios in Design and Development than those required by the area of concentration. See more: http://luskin.ucla.edu/content/luskin-design-and-development-certificate
This program aims to provide a mechanism for graduate students at UCLA to pursue their interests in sustainability and collaborate with students from different fields. See more: http://www.environment.ucla.edu/lis/
Students will have the opportunity to explore methodologies for both urban analysis and representational techniques, and will develop skills in digital media, spatial analysis, urban representation, film, animation, and narrative analysis. See more: http://www.urbanhumanities.ucla.edu
Certificates are offered in the following four cluster areas: 1) Global Environment & Resources, 2) Global Health & Social Services, 3) Global Processes & Institution, and 4) Global Urbanization & Regional Development. See more: http://global.luskin.ucla.edu/certificates/
With food security and environmental sustainability becoming increasing global concerns, there is an urgency to educate the next generation of leaders with strong interdisciplinary foundations. The Food Studies graduate certificate program offers UCLA PhD, MA and professional school students the opportunity to investigate this growing field. The program will prepare students from diverse disciplines to address complex topics that span food cultures and histories, nutrition and public health, food policy and food justice, urban planning, and agrifood systems and the environment. See more: http://luskin.ucla.edu/foodstudies
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