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PNH 641 - Economic and Community Development

Describes and evaluates ways to coordinate the efforts of public agencies, private businesses, and nonprofit organizations to address planning, economic development, and employment issues more comprehensively. Included in this analysis are public and private programs basic to economic development, state and federal enabling legislation and regulations, and local ordinance and public/private partnership alternatives. Offered winter semester. Prerequisite: PNH 520 or PNH 630 (may be taken concurrently).

Credits: 3

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