M.Plan Syllabus: Explore urban development, sustainable design, policy analysis, and more in our comprehensive M.Plan curriculum.
Syllabus for Master of Planning (M.Plan) Course
The Master of Planning (M.Plan)
course is a comprehensive academic program designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in urban and regional planning. The syllabus encompasses a diverse range of subjects, including Urban Planning Theory and Practice, Regional Planning, Environmental Planning, Transportation Planning, Housing and Community Development, Infrastructure Planning, Urban Design, and GIS Applications in Planning. Students delve into the intricacies of urban development, exploring sustainable practices, policy frameworks, and governance structures. The curriculum emphasizes research methodologies, policy analysis, and practical applications through case studies and project work. Students learn to analyze urban complexities, develop innovative solutions, and craft strategic plans that address the challenges of rapidly evolving urban landscapes. The program fosters critical thinking, teamwork, and effective communication, preparing students to become adept planners capable of envisioning and implementing sustainable urban development initiatives.
1st Year OR 1st & 2nd Semester Syllabus of Master of Planning (M.Plan)
|Planning History and Theory
|Traffic and Transportation
|Land Development and Management
|Metropolitan Regional Planning
|Urban Planning Studio
|Fundamentals of Management
2nd Year OR 3rd & 4th Semester Syllabus of Master of Planning (M.Plan)
|Urban and Regional
|Project Formulation and
|Urban Governance and
|Training and Seminar