Master's in Urban Design in Middle East

Compare Masters Programs in Urban Design in Middle East 2019

Urban Design

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Urban design is a multidisciplinary practice that involves planning the physical makeup of cities, towns and communities. Students have the opportunity to learn aspects of the disciplines of city planning, architectural design and landscape design, among others.

Nothing helps scholars grow like exposure to a diverse set of ideals and backgrounds and that’s just what any student will get in the Middle East. From ancient civilizations to modern day cultures, scholars have the opportunity to experience new things in this region.

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Master of Urban Design

Izmir Institute of Technology
Campus Full time 2 semesters September 2019 Turkey Izmir

─░zmir Institute of Technology is one of two institutions of higher learning in Turkey offering English-language instruction in City and Regional Planning. [+]

MASTER OF URBAN DESIGN PROGRAM (M.U.D.)

─░zmir Institute of Technology is one of two institutions of higher learning in Turkey offering English-language instruction in City and Regional Planning. In recognition of the fact that keeping abreast of international developments is vital already in the undergraduate stages of the profession of planning. We have developed library; laboratory, and internet facilities so as to enable international research and pursue multilingual thinking in the field.

Today in this country, we stand in urgent need of planners capable of developing solutions to the dire urbanization problems which we face and for which we pay each day.

The department currently offers instruction to 137 undergraduates, 21 post-graduates, and 24 Ph.D. students with 14 full-time faculty members and 23 universities through joint projects with local municipalities and preservation departments. Though postgraduate students routinely participate in these faculty-led projects, the fourth year undergraduate students are encouraged to participate in, contribute to, and learn from these real-life endeavors, thus actively transforming their environment.... [-]