Master of Planning
Course summary for international students
|Award granted||Master of Planning|
|Deakin course code||S763|
Note: Offered to continuing students only.
Continuing students should contact their course advisor for further information.
Further course structure information can be found in the handbook archive.
Please note that students who commenced S764 Master of Planning (Professional) from 2015 onwards are not able to exit with a Master of Planning.
The Master of Planning has been designed as an introduction to the challenges of an ever-changing urban, regional and rural environment and can only be completed as an exit option from the Master of Planning (Professional). The course offers the opportunity of cross-faculty specialisation in six key areas which are central to facilitating strategic change on complex planning issues locally, regionally and globally.
As a graduate of the course, you will be able to grasp the complexity of projects and understand the broad range of participants that need to work together to achieve sound and effective planning outcomes. You will have a developed understanding of planning across a range of disciplines and will be equipped to collaborate on projects and on processes that deliver integrated solutions for both the public and private sectors.
The Master of Planning is relevant if you have a related undergraduate degree or significant professional experience in this field and are looking to up-skill, enhance or broaden your qualifications. It is also suitable if you are seeking a career change and have successfully completed an undergraduate degree in another discipline.
The Healthy Cities specialism can only be completed in campus mode at Burwood (Melbourne).
Units in the course may include assessment hurdle requirements.
To qualify for the award of Master of Planning, you must successfully complete 12 credit points from the units listed below.
- 9 core units; and
- 3 credit points of elective units
|AIA718||Planning Theory, History and Current Issues|
|SRD761||Designing Urban Environments|
|SRP782||Urban Dynamics and Change|
|SRA744||Urban Patterns and Precedents|
|HSH724||Glocal Action for Healthy Cities and Communities|
|SRM781||Managing Change and Innovation|
|SRP781||Planning Processes and Practice|
|SRD762||Interdisciplinary Planning and Design|
Students may choose any specialisation comprising three elective credit points.
|Graduate Certificate of Planning (S563)|
|Graduate Diploma of Planning (S663)|