Play a vital role in decisions shaping the future of our cities and regions
The Master of City Planning is structured to offer you the option of either developing your general planning knowledge or – through your elective options and selected focus of your Planning Project – pursuing specialisations in City Renewal and Development, City Design, History or Theory, and Healthy, Sustainable Communities. Close synergies with other taught postgraduate courses in the Faculty provide an excellent basis for interdisciplinary working.
The program has been structured to fit in with busy lives and work commitments. You can commence the Master of City Planning in either semester 1 or 2 and complete the course either full or part time. Where possible, classes are scheduled in the late afternoon or evenings. A number of electives are offered in intensive mode.
Working with industry, government and practice partners, this degree ensures that UNSW Built Environment remains on the front foot in shaping the next generation of city thinkers, planners and urban policy makers.