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Course results for Urban planning Degrees
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CUR-URP-GCE | Postgraduate
Help to plan better futures
Examine social and economic planning theories, laws and trends and the importance of an integrated approach. Study land development processes, environmental factors and the implications for community sustainability within a governance framework.
CUR-URP-MAS | Postgraduate
Fully accredited by the national professional body for planners, the Planning Institute of Australia
Become an expert in planning theory, law and practice. Understand land development, ethics of practice and the development of plans that serve the needs of government agencies and communities. Find a career as a planner in the private and public sectors.
USQ-URP-DEG | Undergraduate
Plan cities, regional and rural areas in Qld and NSW
This accredited course gets you ready to work on environmental and transport planning, urban renewal projects, and more. You’ll develop planning expertise and professional skills to graduate job-ready. Topics include GIS and community consultation.
UOQ-URP-MAS | Postgraduate
Master sustainable planning skills
Gain the ideal balance of advanced theory and practical experience. You’ll tackle planning problems and strive to improve built and natural environments. Designed in consultation with industry and recognised by the Planning Institute of Australia.
UOQ-URP-GDI | Postgraduate
Extend your planning skills and expertise
Make planning decisions that are environmentally, socially and economically sustainable. You’ll explore citymaking, regulatory frameworks, and community participation. Choose electives to focus your planning career. Graduate job-ready or pursue your masters.
UOQ-URP-GCE | Postgraduate
Theory and practice for sustainable planning
Develop the skills to make environmentally, socially and economically sustainable planning decisions. You’ll learn from some of Australia’s leading planning practitioners. Graduate job-ready for planning roles or keep studying for your masters.