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Master of Urban Planning (Professional) and Heritage Conservation

  • Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Urban Planning (Professional) and Heritage Conservation gives you a sound platform for the realities of contemporary practice.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Duration
30 months full-time
Study Mode
In person
Intake Months
Mar, Feb
Domestic Fees
$10,534 per year

About this course

The Master of Urban Planning (Professional) and Heritage Conservation gives you a sound platform for the realities of contemporary practice. In less time that it takes to complete the two degrees separately, you will gain a professionally-recognised urban planning qualification, and increase your knowledge of how old buildings were built and how they can be preserved. This qualification is accredited by the New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI).

Study locations

City

Course structure

This programme combines courses from the two standalone masters programmes. Through taught seminars and studios, you will examine a range of case studies of best urban planning practice, as well as explore conservation theory and practice.

You'll be able to explore areas of interest and submit a 15,000 word (approximate) dissertation of personal research.

The programme is structured to facilitate connection with practising urban planning professionals and heritage conservationists.

  • Core courses: 225 points
  • Research project: 30 points
  • Research dissertation: 45 points