View all Part time Bachelors in Urban and Regional Planning in South Africa 2019
Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.
Urban and regional planning is the practice of crafting designs and proposals for the development of a particular piece of land to be used by people, whether it is on a regional, urban or industrial level.
Part time Bachelor's Degree in Urban and Regional Planning in South Africa
This qualification is intended for students specializing in the field of urban and regional development planning, working in government and non-governmental
After successful completion of the National Diploma, candidates may, subject to the applicable programme regulations, register for the Bachelor’s Degree in Technology (Baccalaureus Technologiae –BTech). The BTech requires a minimum of one year’s further study.
A BTech Degree in the relevant field of study will be conferred on candidates after successful completion of all theoretical requirements.
This qualification is intended for students specializing in the field of urban and regional development planning, working in government and non-governmental sectors. Students who have achieved this qualification will be able to, independently, and in a team, plan in both spatial and non-spatial fields, using appropriate technology, in order to critically respond to the challenges in the natural and built environment. Students will be able to apply for registration as a Professional Planner with SACPLAN, after having met specific SACPLAN requirements....