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This is a one-year postgraduate course designed to provide graduate engineers and other suitably qualified graduates with a sound basic knowledge and awareness of the role of all professional bodies involved in planning the physical infrastructure. In particular this course is suitable for civil engineers in local authorities, planning offices and consultancies| but is open to all those holding other relevant qualifications.The topics covered include: planning theory and practice; legal aspects and planning legislation; rural and urban planning; economic planning; transportation and land use planning; environmental aspects including environmental impact assessments and studies; geographical information systems; sociology and psychology in planning. Lectures are normally held on Friday evening and Saturday morning each week throughout the two semesters (September to April).

Visit the Physical Planning (P.Grad.Dip.) page on the Trinity College Dublin website for more details!

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