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These regulations are to be read in conjunction with all other Statutes and Regulations of the University including General Regulations for Postgraduate Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas, and Postgraduate Certificates.
1. Admission to the Postgraduate Certificate in Planning requires that the candidate will:
(a) meet the University admission requirements as specified; and
(b) have been awarded or qualified for a Bachelor's degree, or equivalent.
2. In all cases, if English is not the applicant's first language and the admission qualification was not completed at a University where English is the medium of instruction, the applicant shall have achieved an IELTS of at least 7.0 with no band less than 6.0 within the preceding five years.
3. Candidates for the Postgraduate Certificate in Planning shall follow a flexible programme of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at least 60 credits, comprising:
(a) courses selected from the Schedule to the Certificate; and including:
(b) attending Contact Workshops, block courses, field trips, studios, workshops, tutorials, and laboratories as required.
4. The Postgraduate Certificate in Planning is awarded without specialisation.
5. The timeframes for completion as outlined in the General Regulations for Postgraduate Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas, and Postgraduate Certificates will apply.
6. Candidates may be graduated when they meet the Admission, Qualification and Academic requirements within the prescribed timeframes.
7. The general Unsatisfactory Academic Progress regulations will apply.
132.730 Policy Analysis and Evaluation Techniques 30 credits
132.731 Planning Law 30 credits
132.732 Planning Theory 30 credits
132.734 Urban Planning and Development 30 credits
132.735 Natural Resource Policy and Planning 30 credits
132.736 Professional Practice 30 credits
132.742 Planning History: From Town Planning to Resource Management 30 credits
132.751 Natural Hazards and Resilient Communities 30 credits
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Last updated on Tuesday 08 October 2019