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MS IN CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING

Post-Graduate Programs:

Ms in City and Regional Planning

Learning Objectives:
Following are the main objectives of the MS-CRP program:

•    To provide advanced knowledge and skills in the field of City and Regional Planning.

•    To develop research in order to contribute to the existing body of knowledge, skills and techniques in City and Regional Planning profession.

•    To provide professionals in various stream of specializations in City and Regional Planning.

•    To equip the postgraduate students with the knowledge and skills that are required to resolve problems and issues in their present professional practice.

Eligibility Criteria for MS CRP:

BS degree in City and Regional Planning, BS Environmental Science, B-Arch, BS Remote Sensing & GIS, BS Space Science and allied fields Plus GAT.

Scheme of Studies for MS CRP:

Year-1
semester-I

Course No

Course Title

Credits

CRP-501

Advanced Research Methods

3(2+1)

CRP-502*

Regional Development Planning

3(2+1)

CRP-503*

Social Engineering

3(2+1)

CRP-504*

Environment, Resources & Development

3(2+1)

 

Total Credits

12

Semester-II

Course No

Course Title

Credits

CRP-505*

Advanced Planning Techniques

3(2+1)

CRP-506*

Environmental Planning

3(2+1)

CRP-507*

Disaster Resilience, Recovery & Rehabilitation  

3(2+1)

CRP-508*

Housing Policy & Practice

3(2+1)

 

Total Credits

12

Year-2
semester-III & IV

Course No

Course Title

Credits

CRP-601

Internship

04

CRP-602

Seminar

02

CRP-603

Research Thesis

06

 

Total Credits

12

Total Credit Hours:  12+12+12= 36

Note: *Courses will be offered on the availability of the Faculty Members.

List of Courses:

Ref No.

Course Title

Credits

CRP-502

Regional Development Planning

3(2+1)

CRP-503

Social Engineering

3(2+1)

CRP-504

Environment, Resources and Development

3(2+1)

CRP-505

Advance Planning Techniques

3(2+1)

CRP-506

Environmental Planning

3(2+1)

CRP-507

Disaster Resilience Recovery and Rehabilitation

3(2+1)

CRP-508

Housing Policy and Practice

3(2+1)

CRP-509

Comparative Urban Planning

3(2+1)

CRP-510

Planning Legislation

3(2+1)

CRP-511

Advanced Planning Theory

3(2+1)

CRP-512

Transportation Planning

3(2+1)

CRP-513

Public Transport Planning

3(2+1)

CRP-514

Disaster Management and Rehabilitation

3(2+1)

CRP-515

Development Planning in Pakistan

3(2+1)

CRP-516

Local Planning Practice

3(2+1)

CRP-517

Legal and Regulatory Aspects in Planning

3(2+1)

CRP-518

Urban Finance Management

3(2+1)

CRP-519

Advanced Statistics

3(2+1)

CRP-520

Advanced Remote Sensing

3(2+1)

CRP-521

Rural Planning

3(2+1)

CRP-522

Advanced Geographical Information Systems

3(2+1)

CRP-523

Mathematical Models in Planning

3(2+1)

CRP-524

Urban Sociology

3(2+1)

CRP-525

Informal Housing

3(2+1)

CRP-526

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

3(2+1)

CRP-527

Community Organization and Development

3(2+1)

CRP-528

Housing and Urban Development

3(2+1)

CRP-529

Urban Design

3(2+1)

CRP-530

Urbanism

3(2+1)

CRP-531

Urban Land Management

3(2+1)

CRP-532

Project Appraisal

3(2+1)

CRP-533

Infrastructure Planning and Management

3(2+1)

CRP-534

Climate Consideration in Urban Design

3(2+1)

CRP-535

Land Use Planning & Zoning

3(2+1)

CRP-536

Urban Governance

3(2+1)

CRP-537

Urban Conservation

3(2+1)

CRP-538

Development Policies

3(2+1)

CRP-539

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

3(2+1)

CRP-540

Energy Planning and Management

3(2+1)

CRP-541

Gender and Development

3(2+1)

CRP-542

Disaster and Development

3(2+1)

CRP-543

History of Urban Forms

3(2+1)

CRP-544

Monitoring and Auditing Urban Development

3(2+1)

CRP-545

Techniques for Damage and Need Assessment

3(2+1)

CRP-546

Environmental Management and Safety

3(2+1)

CRP-547

Production Planning and Control

3(2+1)

CRP-548

Project Management

3(2+1)

CRP-549

Human Resource Management

3(2+1)

CRP-550

Computer System in Information Management

3(2+1)

Eligibility Criteria for PH.D:

  • MS in City and Regional Planning and allied fields such as Gender and Development, Environmental Sciences, Engineering Management
  • GRE as required by HEC

Specializations offered

Social Engineering

Housing and Urban Development

Engineering Management

Remote Sensing and GIS

Natural Resource Management

District and Regional Development Planning

Transportation Planning

Disaster Management