Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Qualifications in Urban and Regional Planning are in increasing demand as a range of related professionals in real estate, local government and business seek to develop an understanding of planning issues. The Master of Urban and Regional Planning is designed for people with first degrees in disciplines other than planning to develop the skills and knowledge required to become a planning professional. It examines the theoretical foundations of planning and relevant legislative and bureaucratic frameworks. All units are based on inter-disciplinary knowledge, techniques and practices and address environmental, social and design issues.
Total of 11 units. This includes 9 core units plus either 2 elective units or any approved OUA postgraduate unit.
- Urban and regional planning
Standard entry requirements
- Bachelor degree in any discipline
- Or Graduate Certificate in Development Planning
Planning Institute of Australia (PIA)
Graduate Certificate in Development Planning