Urban and Regional Planning Pathways
How to Apply
Learn to generate plans and policies controlling the use of urban and rural land, and counsel on economic, environmental and social factors affecting land use. You can pursue a Master of Urban and Regional Planning at UWA after completing a bachelor's degree with a major in Geographical Sciences or Human Geography and Planning.
Urban and regional planner
Standard entry for high school leavers
- BA + MURPln
- BCom + MURPln
- BDesign + MURPln
- BSc + MURPln
- BPhil (Hons) + MURPln
- A completed bachelor degree.
Knowledge and skills
Teaching supported by world-class research
Pathways for mature-age students
Our teaching is supported by the world-class research of the Centre for Regional Development, the Planning and Transport Research Centre and the Centre for Built Environment and Health.