In partnership with the University of Chicago, the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy will host a three day program on municipal finance in Chicago. Designed for urban planning, real estate, and economic development professionals, the program will provide a thorough foundation in the following topics:
Urban Economics and Growth
Intergovernmental Fiscal Frameworks
Capital Budgeting, Accounting, and Infrastructure Maintenance
Debt and Municipal Securities
Fiscal Impact Analysis
Who Should Attend
Those with the following experience will be given preference for admission:
New to senior-level urban planners who work in both the private and public sectors as well as individuals in the land development industry at large.
Job titles including:
Community and Economic Development Staff
Developers and real estate professionals
Real Estate Attorneys
Professional Development Credits
Upon completion of the program, participants receive a Certificate in Municipal Finance. For planners maintaining their AICP credentials, this course provides Certification Maintenance (CM) credits from the APA.
For more information, please visit harris.uchicago.edu