COMMUNITY, ENVIRONMENT & PLANNING
CEP 200: Introduction to Community, Environment, and Planning
An exploratory, 5-credit, I&S course
Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30 - 3:50 p.m., GLD 435
Instructor: Christopher Campbell
Visit cep.be.washington.edu or email email@example.com.
CEP 200 is a great class for Freshman and Sophomores looking for a small learning community and I&S credits.
We also have a CEP Open House coming up on Friday, November 4th, from 2-4 pm in the Gould Pavilion. Flyer for that coming next week!
A CEP education is fully lived, not passively taken. CEP is an undergraduate major in the Department of Urban Design & Planning that prepares students for lives of civic leadership and engagement. We emphasize collective practice, active student participation, and professional skills; personal and ethical development; and an interdiscplinary approach to viewing our built environments and communities.
In CEP 200, students learn how to communicate, facilitate, plan, and lead groups, while exploring the concepts of “community”, environment”, and “planning” as de ning ideas that shape our world and animate our actions.
This class will change the way you view yourself and your college education.