Courses Catalogue

Urbanization And Environment

COURSE CODE: ENV2109
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 3
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Environmental Management, Bsc
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: School of Natural and Applied Sciences
STATUS: Core
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

READING MATERIALS / LIST

 

1.      Agwal, Kimondo J., Moreno G., and Tinker J., (1981). Water, sanitation and health for     all. Anmol publications

2.      Blakey E.J., (1994). Planning local economic development: theory and practice. 2nd ed.    Thousand oaks. CA: Sage publications. Inc

3.      Caincross S., Feachem R., (1997). Environmental health engineering in the tropics.           John wiley and sons publications

4.      Cunningham W.P., and Saigo W.B., (2006). Environmental science: A global concern.     6th ed.McGraw-Hill company, New York

5.      Freire M. and Stein R., (2001). The challenge of urban Government; policies and practices. WBI development studios

6.      John M., (2006). Contemporary urban planning. 7th ed. John wiley and sons publications

7.      Schbeter P., (1996). Participation and partnership in urban infrastructure management. Nema news vol.19, published by the urban management programme,     World Bank

8.      Shina p.c.,(1998). International Encyclopedia of sustainable development. 1st ed. J.L.        Kumar, anmol publications, Delhi

9.      Bryson J. M., (1995). Strategic planning for public and non-profit organizations, revised edition. San Francisco publishers,

10.  Jersey BassDaniel B., and Edward B., (2005). Environmental science: Earth as a living     planet. 5th ed. John wiley and sons publications

11.  Duany A. and Plater-zyberk E., (1991). Town-marking principles. Rizzol, New York