Spatial and Social Planning programme (180 ECTS credits)
Internationalisation and global processes affect the individual and society at both the local and regional level. Our society is becoming increasingly complex and dependent on the world. This requires a broader outlook and long-term planning while the speed of change demands flexibility and economical management of local resources. There is urgent need of long-term visions for developing society. Stricter environmental rules also impact on urban areas, and the infrastructure and landscape planning are expected to promote long-term sustainable development. Individual and public interests have to be considered and the planning process has to include different social groups, democracy issues and a gender perspective. The Community Planning programme offers a solid basis for addressing future societal challenges.
Education level: Basic level
Prerequisites: General admission requirements, plus either field-specific eligibility A5 (Mathematics 2a or 2b or 2c, Social science 1b or 1a1+1a2) or field-specific eligibility 5 (Mathematics B and Social science A). Elective programme courses may have different admission requirements.
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