Spatial development management

Type: Normative

Department: geography of ukraine




SemesterAmount of hoursLecturerGroup(s)
516Associate Professor LABINSKA H.GRPH-31s, GRPH-32s


SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
516GRPH-31sAssociate Professor LABINSKA H.

Course description

The discipline of “Spatial development management” is a normative discipline in the specialty 106 “Geography” for the bachelor’s degree program, which is taught in the V semester in 3 credits (according to the European Credit Transfer and Transfer System ECTS).

The purpose of studying the discipline is to acquaint students with the trends of spatial development at the present stage, their mastery of modern approaches and tools for the ability to make decisions about optimizing the development of a particular area.

The main objectives of the course include: study of basic concepts of spatial development, its key elements, types of urban planning documentation; study of international experience of spatial change on the example of London, Paris, Barcelona, Coventry, Essen; analysis of urban concepts developed in the world and examples of their implementation at the present stage (Berlin, Paris, Barcelona, Budapest, Melbourne, New York, Denver, Songdo and others); elucidation of the specifics of spatial development of urban and rural settlements, industrial and agricultural areas, recreational regions; analysis of successful examples of renovation, revitalization and participation; reflecting spatial changes in the world in the context of the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic; use of scientific and methodological approaches to develop a strategy for the development of the settlement in the scientific research work of the student in this course. To intensify the educational process, study tours and the use of interactive teaching methods are provided.