Master of Science (Urban and Regional Planning)

This programme covers the core spatial planning knowledge as well as research and generic skills necessary to be a competent and innovative urban and regional planner. Students are taught to understand and appreciate social, economic and political processes that shape cities and regions, and ways in which public policy can improve the quality of life. Ideas and concepts such as sustainability, urban governance, and regional economic development form the basis of the courses in the programme.
Mode and Duration of Study
Mode of Study : Full-time
Minimum Duration : 1 1/2 years
Maximum Duration : 3 years
Classification of Courses
Classification Credits Percentage
1. Programme Core 22 49
2. Programme Electives 12  27
3. Research Project 5  11
4. Compulsory University Course (including Research Methodology) 6  13
Total  45 100
Award Requirements

For the award of Master of Urban and Regional Planning, the students should achieve a total minimum of 45 credit hours with minimum CGPA of 3.0, including the completion of Research Project.