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Master of Resource and Environmental Planning

  • Masters (Coursework)

Become a highly respected planning professional with Massey's Master of Resource and Environmental Planning. This postgraduate qualification is accredited by the New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI).

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Duration
2 years full-time
Study Mode
Online

About this course

Become a highly respected planning professional with Massey's Master of Resource and Environmental Planning. This postgraduate qualification is accredited by the New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI). It will give you practice-focused learning, field trips and guest speakers to develop or hone the skills you'll need as a professional planner.

Entry requirements

To enter the Master of Resource and Environmental Planning you will have been awarded or qualified for:

  • a bachelor's degree with at least a B grade average across the highest level courses, or
  • the Bachelor of Resource and Environmental Planning (Honours), with at least a B+ grade average across the highest level courses, or
  • the Postgraduate Diploma in Planning with at least a B grade average (Professional Pathway) or a B+ grade average (Research Pathway).

You will need to provide verified copies of all academic transcripts for studies taken at all universities other than Massey University.

Study locations

Online

Career pathways

With a Master of Resource and Environmental Planning, you could work in a variety of fields as diverse as planning, policy making, economic development, nature conservation and international development.

You'll be able to apply your training locally or overseas in a variety of professional and applied environments such as:

With a Master of Resource and Environmental Planning, you could work in a variety of fields as diverse as planning, policy making, economic development, nature conservation and international development.

You'll be able to apply your training locally or overseas in a variety of professional and applied environments such as:

  • city/district councils
  • regional councils
  • Central government (eg, Ministry for the Environment, Department of Conservation, New Zealand Transport Agency)
  • non-government organisations
  • environmental and other non-governmental organisations.

Credit for prior study or work

For information on prior learning, exemptions and transfer of credit or other questions:

  • review the Recognition of Prior Learning regulations
  • contact us through the Enquire button on this page.