A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. A master's degree prepares students to lead or manage. A master's degree also prepares a person for a range of pursuits through specialized study of a field.
Regional planning can cover learning about where to place settlements, how to efficiently dispose of the waste of a given community, or when to adjust previous plans to protect the environment. Programs around the world may be specific to the area where the class is offered.
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University of British Columbia - Faculty of Applied Science
The restructured Master of Arts in Planning is a thesis-based research program of study, which is differentiated from SCARP's accredited, professionally oriented Master o
The restructured Master of Arts in Planning is a thesis-based research program of study, which is differentiated from SCARP's accredited, professionally oriented Master of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP) and is intended to provide learning opportunities for:
practicing professionals who want to strengthen their research skills;
those with undergraduate planning degrees from accredited programs;
and students (with or without a master's degree) interested in eventually doing doctoral research;
to undertake graduate-level study leading to a non-accredited, research-based master's degree.
Degree: Master of Arts (Planning)
Mode of delivery: On campus
Program Components: Coursework + Options
Faculty: Faculty of Applied Science
School: School of Community and Regional Planning