The MSc Urban Planning programme offers a unique combination of specialist study in urban planning, complemented by a range of optional modules in property development and design, drawing upon a range of expertise across the University of Liverpool in Urban Planning and Architecture. We can offer you a unique degree of flexibility. You can focus on the topic(s) of most interest to you, specialising in property development and/or urban design, and on graduation, you will have completed modules that cover urban planning in theory and in practice, and a choice of urban design, architecture or property development.
This flexible approach, drawing on expertise across multiple disciplines will stand you well in your planning career.
Internationally recognised as a centre for industries related to property development and architecture, London provides an ideal test bed for your studies; it is arguably the ideal city within which to study the production of the built environment from both an aesthetic and a commercial perspective.
Semester 1 •Urban and Planning Theory (15 credits) •Presenting Research Design (15 credits) •Design Project 1* (30 credits) •Design Appreciation 1* (15 credits) •Property Development 1: Valuation Methods and Investment Appraisal* (15 credits)
Semester 2 •Urban Planning Practice (15 credits) •Research Methodology (15 credits) •Design Project 2* (30 credits) •Design Appreciation 2* (15 credits) •Property Development 2: From Design to Delivery* (15 credits)
1 module from: •Thesis: Dissertation (60 credits) •Thesis: Research by Design (60 credits) •Thesis: Design (60 credits)
Students who successfully complete are expected to go on to interesting and rewarding careers in property development, urban planning, the wider construction industry, conservation and many other specialisms to be found in the built environment and the arts.
Urban Planning MSc
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