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Burnham-Moores Center Offers New Certificate in Land Use and Sustainable Community Development
San Diego, August 5, 2008—On Sept. 4, the University of San Diego's Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate will launch its second Continuing Education program: the Certificate in Land Use and Sustainable Community Development. The Certificate in Land Use and Sustainable Community Development is a comprehensive program for today’s professional interested in better understanding the mandated, complex and time-consuming processes that are involved in every land use decision. The program will help clarify the entitlement and permitting process, as well as the environmental impact assessment. The program will also help participants understand how to incorporate sustainable measures in their projects through site planning, building design and energy efficient approaches.
Classes in the Land Use and Sustainable Community Development curriculum are geared toward developers, land use professionals, industry consultants and advisers, community advocacy stakeholders—both public and private, architects, civil engineers, environmental professionals, attorneys and planners.
The first class, Managing the Entitlement Process, starts Sept. 4 and meets every Thursday in September from 6 to 9 p.m. Lou Lightfoot, president of the Lightfoot Planning Group, will instruct the class. Local government and non-profit professionals may be eligible for financial assistance through an SDG&E scholarship. For more information on scholarship terms and availability, contact Julia Chemers at Juliarose@sandiego.edu, or (619) 260-7699.
For more information on the Land Use and Sustainable Community Development program and other real estate continuing education programs, go to www.sandiego.edu/ce.
Founded in 1993 and formally dedicated in 2004, the University of San Diego’s Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate is committed to delivering outstanding education, industry outreach and research services to advance responsible leadership in the real estate profession. The Center offers a Master of Science in Real Estate degree, an undergraduate minor in real estate, a Certificate in Real Estate Finance, Investments and Development, a Certificate in Land Use and Sustainable Community Development and several industry conferences a year. For more information, visit www.usdrealestate.com/.
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