The Graduate Certificate in City Planning is a six-month program designed to help you move into planning from a related discipline, or to gain a greater understanding of planning from a relevant professional standpoint. Key areas of study include urban society, theory and history, city economics and development, environment and sustainability, strategic spatial planning, law, administration, research and analysis.
Why choose this degree?
If you are looking for foundational knowledge and practical capabilities in planning with a six-month program, or intending to continue to the Graduate Diploma and the Master of City Planning, this is for you.
Who should choose this degree?
Students with an undergraduate qualification in a related discipline who seek to move into planning, and professionals who work in other sectors whose work intersects with the planning system, will choose this program.
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