Do you have a special interest in the living environment around you? Are you interested in combining analytical thinking with creative design?Then it is highly likely that Spatial Planning and Design is the field for you. What effect will climate change have on our future cities and rural areas? How can you develop sustainable strategies and designs for new and existing urban systems? How do you deal with a complex built environment and related planning processes? Planner are asked to translate spatial transformation such as urban growth and decline into new opportunities to enhance quality of life. The Bachelor’s degree programme in Spatial Planning and Design revolves around physical and institutional design. The course units you follow are related to spatial planning and design, water management, infrastructure and environmental planning, spatial computer programs, complex decision-making and academic research. You also go on excursions to see spatial projects in practice. There will be an opportunity to develop your personal interests via elective course units. You complete your Bachelor’s degree with a research project. Excellent students can take part in a more sophisticated programme at the Honours College, which is more in-depth and has a wider range of topics.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma equivalent to a level of the Dutch pre-university diploma (VWO) and a high school GPA 3/4. Mathematics should have been passed as standard/methods level subject (VWO level A) in your secondary school education. If this is not the case, you will be asked to prove your level of mathematics by obtaining one of the accepted mathematics certificates.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning