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See Part time MSc Programs in Architecture Studies in Asia 2019

The creation of a building or space that is not only aesthetically appealing, but is also structurally sound and within legal parameters involves planning and design work from someone familiar with the principles of architecture.

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Master of Science in Built Environment (By Research)

Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur
Campus Full-time Part-time 18 - 48 months January 2020 Malaysia Kajang + 1 more

The Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Built Environment programme is designed to provide students with a formal qualification in built environment at the master’s level. Through the programme, professionals and graduates would be equipped with technical knowledge and skill required in the Built Environment sector. The programme also serves as an opportunity and pathway to pursue the Ph.D. in Built Environment and other relevant fields.

Master in Professional Studies: City Science

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Dubai
Campus Part-time 16 months September 2019 United Arab Emirates Dubai

This program has been created for thought-leaders who are fascinated by the fast-developing and extremely exciting area of city science and smart cities. It is particularly suited for those who are in, or who are seeking, a leadership position spearheading digital transformation in either a public or a private organization's operations and services. Our current students include senior decision makers from across the region who are helping shape the future of the cities we live in.

MSc Urban Planning (Specialisation in Urban Design)

Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Campus Full-time Part-time 18 months September 2019 China Suzhou + 1 more

The MSc Urban Planning (specialisation in Urban Design) programme allows you to engage in the complex issues of urban space production in the dynamic Chinese context. It considers the interplay between spatial design and social, economic, environmental and political issues evident in a range of urban settings.