The Master of Urban and Regional Planning is a graduate program established in 1975 at the Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies.
The Master is an innovative postgraduate structured around three areas of knowledge: "Urban and Regional Planning", "Urban Design" and "Research and Simulation" (and elective subjects) whose route, given the nature of the program allows the student learning follow different routes in their training, offering professionals the opportunity to develop their own profile according to your expectations and function in a multi-disciplinary and investigative field, enhancing their own expertise.
The graduate will be able to generate and apply knowledge and basic tools for action and critical reflection within interdisciplinary working groups Planning, Urban Design and research from the private sector or the public sector and academia; formulate plans and projects planning and urban design at the level of the city and the region.
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