Urban design program consists of two academic offerings; a Masters Program and a Post Graduate Diploma Program.
Masters Program in Urban Design
The Masters programme will be offered as a part time course in two years titled as Master’s degree in Urban Design (MUD). The program is organized on a module-credit basis, with a total of 60 credits representing approximately 500 hours of student input, including staff contact during the first year and additional hours of inputs of research and urban design project supervision during the second year. Successful completion of the Postgraduate Diploma in Urban Design can lead to admission to the Master of Urban Design, a studio based course in which students gain expert knowledge, enabling them to build a career in urban design or a related field.
Post Graduate Diploma in Urban Design
The program is organized on a module-credit basis, with a total of 40 credits representing approximately 500 hours of student input, including staff contact. The programme will be offered as a part time course in one year titled as Post Graduate Diploma in Urban Design.
Eligibility and Application Procedure
Please refer to the MUD Micro Site for further information including eligibility and application process on both programs.
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