Master of Urban Planning and DevelopmentGRADUATE
Build a successful career in urban planning and development by getting the education and experience you need. Work on real-world problems and learn from the best in the field.
- Learning modeOnline, On Campus
- DurationPart-time 2 years
- Tuition & FeesClick here
- Next intakeAugust, November
The Master of Urban Planning and Development (M.U.P.D.) program at Gollis University is designed to prepare students for careers in urban planning and development. The program offers a rigorous curriculum in urban planning theory and practice, with a focus on sustainability, equity, and resilience.
The M.U.P.D. program at Gollis University covers a wide range of topics in urban planning and development, including:
- Urban planning theory
- Urban design
- Transportation planning
- Environmental planning
- Economic development
- Community development
- Housing policy
- Social equity
Accreditation and Recognition Matters
The Gollis University curriculum is accredited and recognized by multiple relevant authorities including Somaliland higher education commission
Why Choose Gollis University?
- Strong faculty: Our faculty are experts in urban planning and development, and are committed to providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.
- Field experience: Students in the M.U.P.D. program complete a field placement, where they gain hands-on experience working on urban planning projects.
- Flexible options: The M.U.P.D. program can be completed full-time or part-time, and offers online and evening courses to accommodate students' needs.
- Global perspective: Our program prepares students to work in a variety of settings, including developing countries and conflict zones.
- Affordable tuition: Gollis University is a public university, and we offer competitive tuition rates for all students.
Graduates of the M.U.P.D. program at Gollis University are prepared for a variety of careers in urban planning and development, including:
- Urban planners
- City planners
- Transportation planners
- Environmental planners
- Economic developers
- Community developers
- Housing policy analysts
- Social equity advocates
- Sustainability experts