MASTERSTUDIES

2 Master of Science Programs in Regional Planning

When searching for additional education in a concentrated field of study, the degree that is most often pursued following a Bachelor of Science is a Master of Science. An MSc program delves further into the chosen path of study to give students a deeper understanding of a scientific or mathematical subject.

What is an MSc in Regional Planning? These programs focus on enhancing the understanding of best practices for land usage and development. The skills necessary to identify healthy development in communities can be learned through the program. Protection, sustainability and improvement of natural or preexisting environments are encouraged in this field. By knowing how to ask effective questions and identify creative solutions to a problem, a graduate can offer profound improvement to a community.

Creativity and empathy are encouraged in a program for a Master of Science in Regional Planning. Students can enhance their ability to consider the effects of any decision on others and learn how to properly approach people during times of conflict.

Since earning an MSc in Regional Planning often takes one to two years, the cost of attending such a program varies. There are different prices associated with international and regional students, and information is available by contacting any university under consideration.

Employment for a graduate with a Master of Science in Regional Planning is mostly found in positions such as regional or urban planner in a community. Planners usually resolve conflicts in communities and plan for the future of the region. They use information to find solutions to otherwise complicated problems, often utilizing cost-benefit analysis. If a career in planning is not pursued, other possible jobs include government office and historical preservation.

There are online programs designed to give prospective students more flexibility. Long-distance learning may be offered even if a university is not nearby. To find out more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

2 Results in Regional Planning Filter

Master of Science in Planning

University of British Columbia - Faculty of Applied Science
MSc
Sep 2021
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15 Feb 2021
English
Campus

The restructured Master of Science in Planning is a thesis-based research program of study, which is differentiated from SCARP's accredited, professionally oriented Master of ...

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Master of Urbanism, Landscape and Planning (Leuven)

KU Leuven
MSc
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2 years
English
Campus

Cities and settlements are under extreme pressure. Social and environmental inequity is sharply on the rise. Urbanism, spatial planning and intervention in landscape systems a ...

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