- Knowledge about how to make holistic planning decisions in the interest of human security, resilience, and business continuity.
- Understanding and ability to interpret spatial qualities, local identities, while also addressing accessibility, inclusivity, health and safety needs.
- Understanding how human and natural threats influence changes in planning decisions, building conventions, standardization, transport, societal safety, climate, business, and more.
- Knowledge about the opportunities and limitations of emerging dual-use security technologies - both physical and virtual.
After the course the students should be able to
- Use a range of scientific methods for effective and proportionate planning approaches, especially for crime prevention and safety issues.
- Develop proposals that take holistic approaches, addressing human and natural threats.
- Consider safety, security and preparedness in other topics in a critical, reflective way.
- Visualize and implement ideas that consider flexible and dual-purpose solutions for inner-city problems.
After the course the student should have general knowledge regarding
- Approaching, analyzing, and proposing solutions and responses to human and natural threats in urban areas.
- The complexities of balancing user needs with safety and security needs.
- In-depth assessments of a sites via desk-based research and site observation.
- Independent execution of theoretical and creative project work.
- Presenting and communicating complex information orally.
- Presentation of urban projects in a convincing and professional manner through sketches / drawing / illustrations, text, physical / virtual modeling.
Required prerequisite knowledge
|Individual project-based assessment||1/1||A - F|
- Course coordinator
- Daniela Müller-Eie
- Course teacher
- Tegg Westbrook , Harald Nils Røstvik
- Head of Department
- Tore Markeset
Method of work
Independent and group work with tutoring.
Field work (in Stavanger center and UiS campus).
Sist oppdatert: 04.06.2020