Urban Design & Town Planning Courses
This degree leads to a professional career in planning, with employment opportunities in both city and country.
Building Design Management involves the synthesis of technical knowledge with an understanding of building occupant needs, site context and aesthetics.
This course gives you the education to take a leadership role in urban management, strategic planning and policy development.
Urban and regional planning is more than just creating physical environments – it’s a way of sustainably changing and shaping the world.
As an industrial designer, create products, services and systems to improve people’s everyday lives.
Provide advice on the financial and legal aspects of construction and buildings.
Coordinate and supervise the construction of large building projects.
Plan large-scale projects such as cities, ports and recreational areas.
Develop the knowledge and skills needed to help communities, companies and governments integrate the environmental, economic and social aspects of development from site design to regional scale analysis.
Have you ever stopped to think how new suburbs are planned, where the next railway station will pop up or how to balance urban growth and the environment? In all these processes, an Urban and Regional Planner has been involved.