Part time Master's Degree in Regional Planning

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A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

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Master in Regional Planning and Development

Rezekne University of Applied Sciences
Campus 3 semesters September 2018 Latvia Rēzekne

The program enables to get comprehensive knowledge and skills for effective fulfillment of manager's functions in state management structures on a regional level as well as in regionally-located commercial structures on the basis of best practices of EU countries. [+]

The program enables to get comprehensive knowledge and skills for effective fulfillment of manager's functions in state management structures on a regional level as well as in regionally-located commercial structures on the basis of best practices of EU countries. Teaching process is carried out by specialists of high scientific qualification: professors, associate professors, and doctors with rich experience of pedagogical, scientific, and practical work.

Qualification awarded: Master of Social Sciences in Management.

Admission requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Commerce, or Administration.

Duration of studies: 1.5 years of full-time studies.

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Master of Community and Regional Planning

University of British Columbia - Faculty of Applied Science
Campus 20 months September 2018 Canada Vancouver

The MCRP is a 20-month professional master's degree in Planning. It is an innovative and flexible program that anticipates and responds to rapidly changing urban, regional, and global environments. The MCRP curriculum begins with a strong core sequence of 18 credits that are tailored to the evolving demands of the profession. [+]

September 2017 Intake closed. Applications will reopen in October 2017 for September 2018 intake

The MCRP is a 20-month professional master's degree in Planning. It is an innovative and flexible program that anticipates and responds to rapidly changing urban, regional, and global environments.

The MCRP curriculum begins with a strong core sequence of 18 credits that are tailored to the evolving demands of the profession. Students will additionally undertake a sequence of courses in an area of concentration customized for their interests and professional aspirations. In their second year, students will be required to take a studio course that integrates theories and methods covered throughout the curriculum into a single team-based project with a real or simulated client or community group. The program's Capstone requirement provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate their competency through developing a professional portfolio or professional research report.... [-]