C-26, r. 307 - Regulation respecting standards for recognizing a diploma equivalence or a training equivalence for the issue of a permit by the Ordre professionnel des urbanistes du Québec

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6. The studies shall cover the following subject areas, with no single subject area necessarily being covered in a separate course:
(1)  explanatory theories and methods for analyzing urban and rural space;
(2)  planning methods and the problematics of development choices;
(3)  the drawing up of land use planning and development plans, urban zoning plans and plans of action;
(4)  the preparation of capital equipment projects and the evaluation of their effects on the surroundings;
(5)  methods for applying urban planning decisions and for setting up programs for development projets;
(6)  tools and techniques for spatial observation, interpretation and representation;
(7)  spatial analysis models and economic activity location models;
(8)  economic and financial analysis techniques;
(9)  statistical and forecasting techniques;
(10)  methods for optimizing community choices;
(11)  the history of urban planning and of urban production;
(12)  urban planning law and the laws of local and regional communities;
(13)  real estate practices and public land management;
(14)  the organization of public utilities and of capital equipment firms;
(15)  urban policies of governments and of communities;
(16)  environmental protection;
(17)  urban planning administration;
(18)  housing policies; and
(19)  transportation and traffic.
O.C. 676-94, s. 6.