Learn how to shape sustainable, equitable, healthy and inspiring built environments. City planners play a pivotal role in decisions shaping the future of our cities and regions by working at the interface between development and environment.
This degree will teach you how to collect and analyse information, identify requirements and options, make forecasts, and prepare policies, plans and programs for implementation. You will also learn how to exercise development control, investigate development proposals, evaluate results and communicate outcomes.
Work experience is a defining feature of the degree, which enjoys longstanding support from both public and private sector organisations. You will work closely with a broad range of partners across the city, state and internationally.
You will graduate with the knowledge and skills required to address contemporary planning issues, including sustainability, development feasibility, housing affordability, transport and infrastructure provision, facilitating urban renewal, and tackling social inequality and exclusion.