Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program offers a thorough grounding in urban and regional planning both to graduates wishing to enter the profession and to practising professionals wishing to upgrade their knowledge. Besides acquiring knowledge and necessary skills for their professional accreditation, graduates will be in high demand and will be able to access employment opportunities within and outside Australia.
72 credit points (equivalent to 12 standard units) including a coursework component and a research dissertation. Students admitted under an articulation program will follow a modified program of study.
- Urban and regional planning
Standard entry requirements
- AQF Level 7 Bachelor degree in a discipline related to the built environment including architecture, planning, environment or geography
- Or admission through an articulation program.
The program is fully accredited with the Planning Institute of Australia and graduates are eligible for membership of the Institute's Urban and Regional Planning Chapter.
Students may be eligible for credit (advanced standing) for previously completed studies.
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Students will be required to maintain a credit average (or higher) to be eligible to proceed to the research component of the course.