Bachelor Urban Planning programs emphasize a range of topics with core coursework providing a background in many areas of planning. Core courses include such topics as history, theory, urban design, statistics, urban law, land use, economics, and planning practice. Many Bachelor Urban Planning programs also allow for specializations in specific areas such as: preservation, international development, transportation planning, real estate, geographic information systems and others.
Bachelor Urban Planning degrees prepare individuals for direct entry into the world of professional urban planning and can have significant career growth both in public and private sectors. Many urban planners work collaboratively with architects and city designers, as well as with local governments. Programs can be studied online or directly at universities in many locations around the world. Many students of Bachelor Urban Planning programs also combine with other planning related disciplines such as civil engineering, architecture, real estate, etc. This makes for more well-rounded and versatile professionals.
As cities and infrastructures expand, the need for qualified urban planners increases. Bachelor Urban Planning programs can help to meet these challenges. Browse the programs below to learn more!
Construction management is a profession that brings architectural visions to life by protecting the interests of the construction process. Construction management professionals are leaders and influencers, those able to listen, organize, and communicate efficiently while abiding by laws and regulations to produce a high-quality end product. In the first and second year of study, our students take classes that overlap with those in the architecture program, learning the cross-disciplinary skills that will help prepare them for a career working with architecture and other building industry professionals. [+]
In a fast evolving environment with increasing population density, urban planning and architectural competencies are an asset. Our Bachelor degree within this prestigious School of Architecture will provide you with the relevant tools and practices to excel in this particular field, if you endeavor to pursue your career. [+]
The School of Architecture and the Built Environment at Kenyatta University is projected to have its first intake on September 2015. The school aims at providing training in the planning, formulation and implementation of built forms ranging from the individual dwellings, communities and cities. [+]
Traits of a project arise dreams materialize brick by brick. The Bachelor of Architecture and Urbanism, formed by Facipe acquires skills to design and monitor the implementation of buildings, architectural ensembles and monuments, landscape architecture and interior, and perform physical planning, local, urban and regional. [+]
Architecture (07.00.00). As a part of this programme students graduate to work in the following fields: [+]
The aim of study program is to give University education, main knowledge and skills in order to independently solve architectural and urbanization tasks. [+]
The quality management itself as a relevant and original way in a world constantly seeking means and organization. Companies are demanding open solutions, responsible and sustainable to adapt quickly to the legislation in place in all areas where management is paramount. The (the) qualiticien (no) origins that was mostly a (a) technician (do), became a (a) specialist management of organizations. He (she) knows the company and its economic mechanisms, technical, human. He (she) knows that an organization must be structured according to the risks it runs to the near and long-term horizon. He (she) is aware of the existence of all the methods and quality management tools, security, health, sustainable development, excellence. He (she) has a vision of the future (at least that of his boss). [+]
Urban planning and design considers the nature of human settlements and how they should be shaped from a range of perspectives. On this programme you will learn how to formulate strategic plans, design liveable spaces and create public places. [+]
Curriculum affects aspects of integrated management of the construction process, which graduates in Building Engineering have to be the protagonists. [+]
The architecture’s action field is very diverse and includes design, restoration, rehabilitation of buildings and its urban environment, landscape, indoor designing and building details, calculation and structures designing and facilities, etc. [+]
Space planning. With just those three little words, we could define the totality and variety of activities that an Architect and Urban Planner can develop. Acting in the management, planning and execution of projects, interventions in urban areas, restoration of historical heritage and interior architecture, this professional is indispensable these days, what with the construction market in high boiling throughout the country. [+]
Architectural design I, Architectural design II, Study of form and composition I, Study of form [+]