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Course content

The aim is to produce graduates who can:

Think and act strategically regarding the variety of spatial scales and spatial relationships that exist

Think and act in an integrated fashion regarding the interrelationships between different elements of spatial planning as well as the mufti-faceted influences that impact on and influence spatial planning

Think and act in an inclusive manner recognising the dynamic and complex nature of society.

Think and act in a sustainable manner seeking to manage environmental change and to deliver sustainable communities.

Interface with Planning practice is a keystone of the degree.

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