Department of City and Regional Planning

Scheme of Studies

BS CRP Program

Eligibility Criteria

l F.Sc.(Pre Engineering)/ICS/General Science(Statistics, Math and Economics)

l Admission is based on Open Merit and Eligibility Criteria is minimum of 60% marks. Department may conduct its own entry test/interview if required. Entry Test of UET is acceptable, but it is not a compulsory requirement.

Duration:                            4 years

Total Credit Hours:         133 (Th. 82 & Pr.51) 

Sr.

 

Course Title

Credit Hours

Total Credit Hours

SN

Course Code

FIRST SEMESTER

Theory

Practical

 

1.

Maj/CRP-101

Introduction to City and Regional Planning

2

1

3

2.

Maj/CRP-102

Technical Drawing

1

1

2

3.

Maj/CRP-103

Mapping and Remote Sensing

2

1

3

4.

Min/SW-103

Sociology

2

0

2

5.

Maj/CRP-104

Computer Aided Design and Modeling

0

2

2

6.

CC/Math-101

Applied Mathematics

2

0

2

7.

CC/Eng-106

English-I (Functional English)

3

0

3

 

Total

12

5

17

               

Sr.

 

Course Title

Credit Hours

Total Credit Hours

SN

Course Code

THIRD SEMESTER

Theory

Practical

 

15.

Maj/CRP-201

Transportation Planning

2

1

3

16.

Maj/CRP-202

Planning Theory

2

0

2

17.

CC/Stat-203

Applied Statistics

3

0

3

18.

Maj/CRP-203

Architectural Design

1

2

3

19.

Min/Geo-203

Applied Geography

2

1

3

20.

CC/Eng-202

English-III (Communication Skills and Report Writing)

1

2

3

 

Total

11

6

17

               

Sr.

 

Course Title

Credit Hours

Total Credit Hours

SN

Course Code

FOURTH SEMESTER

Theory

Practical

 

21.

Maj/CRP-204

Housing

2

1

3

22.

Maj/CRP-205

Planning Surveys and Data Analysis

1

2

3

23.

Maj/CRP-206

Environmental Planning and Management

2

1

3

24.

Maj/CRP-207

Information Technology and Database Management

1

2

3

25.

Maj/CRP-208

Climate Change and Disaster Management

2

1

3

26.

CC/PS-102

Pakistan Studies / Ethics

2

0

2

 

Total

10

7

17

               

Sr.

 

Course Title

Credit Hours

Total Credit Hours

SN

Course Code

FIFTH SEMESTER

Theory

Practical

 

27.

Maj/CRP-301

Site Planning and Landscape Design

2

1

3

28.

Maj/CRP-302

Urban Regeneration and Conservation

2

1

3

29.

Maj/CRP-303

Infrastructure Planning and Management

1

1

2

30.

Maj/CRP-304

GIS Analysis and Applications in Planning

1

2

3

31.

Maj/CRP-305

Planning Legislation

2

0

2

32.

Maj/CRP-306

Environmental Engineering

2

1

3

 

Total

10

6

16

               

Sr.

 

Course Title

Credit Hours

Total Credit Hours

SN

Course Code

SIXTH SEMESTER

Theory

Practical

 

33.

Maj/CRP-307

Urban Design

2

1

3

34.

Maj/CRP-308

Planning of New Towns

1

2

3

35.

Maj/CRP-309

Rural Planning

2

1

3

36.

Maj/CRP-310

Public Participation and Community Development

1

1

2

37.

Maj/CRP-311

Building Construction Technology

2

1

3

38.

Maj/CRP-312

Professional Planning Practice

1

1

2

 

Total

9

7

16

               

Sr.

 

Course Title

Credit Hours

Total Credit Hours

SN

Course Code

SEVENTH SEMESTER

Theory

Practical

 

39.

Maj/CRP-401

Spatial Development Planning – I

2

2

4

40.

Maj/CRP-402

Land Use and Building Control

2

1

3

41.

Maj/CRP-403

Project Planning and Management

2

1

3

42.

Maj/CRP-404

Research Methods

2

1

3

43.

Maj/CRP-405

Disability and development

1

1

2

44.

Maj/CRP-406*

Project (Part - I)

0

0

0

 

Total

9

6

15

               

Sr.

 

Course Title

Credit Hours

Total Credit Hours

SN

Course Code

EIGHTH SEMESTER

Theory

Practical

 

45.

Maj/CRP-407

Spatial Development Planning – II

2

2

4

46.

Maj/CRP-408

Regional Planning

2

1

3

47.

Maj/CRP-409

Estate Management

1

1

2

48.

Maj/CRP-410

Entrepreneurship

2

0

2

49.

Maj/CRP-406

Project (Part- II)

0

6

6

 

Total

11

6

17

 

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

82

51

133

               

NOTE: The Bachelor (BS) degree course requires to be completed in 4 years or 8 semesters, and shall require minimum qualifying of 130 credit hours. Internship of 4-6 weeks with credit hours (0-0) is mandatory in the Second/Third Year during semester breaks/summer vacations to gain practical experience and to provide exposure to the students in the field of City and Regional Planning. 

Learning Objectives/ Learning Outcomes of Disaster Management

SCHEME OF STUDY FOR DISASTER MANAGEMENT

BS (04 YEARS) PROGRAMME

ELIGIBILITY

FSc. (Pre-Engineering and Pre Medical) OR FA with Mathematics, Biology, Statistics, Computer Science, Geography, Economics and Commerce

DURATION

4-year programme spread over 8 semesters

DEGREE REQUIREMENT

Minimum of 124 credits are required to complete 4 years BS in Disaster Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Structure

 

 

 

 

 

No. of

 

Credit Hours

Sr.

Categories

courses

 

 

Min – Max

 

 

Min – Max

 

 

 

 

1.     

Compulsory Requirement (No Choice)

9

9

 

25–25

2.     

General Courses to be chosen from other departments

 

 

7-8

 

21-24

3.     

Discipline Specific Foundation Courses

9–10

 

30–33

4.     

Major Courses including research

project / Internship

1-13

 

36-42

5.     

Electives within the major

4

4

 

12–12

 

Total

40

44

 

124 – 136

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total numbers of Credit hours

124-136

 

 

 

Duration

4 years

 

 

Semester duration

16-18 weeks

 

Semesters

08

 

 

 

 

Course Load per Semester

15-18 Cr hr

 

 

Number of courses per semester

4-6 (not more than 3 lab /

 

practical courses)

 

 

 

 

 

               

 

 

Course No

Course Titles

Credit

Hrs.

 

 

English-I

3

 

Pakistan Studies

2

 

Math/Stat-1

3

 

G-I  Fundamentals of Geography

3

 

G-II General Geology

3

DM 311

FOUNDATION-I Basic Science of Natural Hazards

3

 

 

17

 

English-II

3

 

Islamic Studies / Ethics

2

 

Math/stat-II / Univ. Optional

3

 

G-III Introduction to Environmental Science

3

 

G-IV Introduction to Sociology

3

DM 321

FOUNDATION-II Fundamentals of Disaster Management

3

 

 

17

 

English-III

3

 

Introduction to Computer

3

 

G-V Introduction to Economics

3

 

G-VI Introduction to Psychology

3

DM 431

FOUNDATION-III Basic Principles of Disaster Planning and Management

3

 

 

15

 

English-IV / Univ. Optional

3

 

G-VII Fundamentals of GIS and RS

2+1

 

G-VIII Principles of Management

3

DM 441

FOUNDATION-IV Disasters and Sustainable Development

3

DM 442 

FOUNDATION-V Community Based Disaster Management

3

 

 

15

DM 551

FOUNDATION-VI Hydro-meteorological Hazards

2+1

DM 552

FOUNDATION-VII Geo-Hazards

2+1

DM 553

FOUNDATION-VIII Complex and Biological Hazards

3

DM 554

MAJOR-I Research Approaches in Disaster Management

3

DM 555

MAJOR-II Applied Geomorphology and Natural Hazards

2+1

DM 556

MAJOR-III Gender Mainstreaming in Disaster Management

 

3

 

 

18

   

DM 561

FOUNDATION-IX Emergency Management

2+1

DM 562

FOUNDATION-X Disaster Risk Management

3

DM 563

MAJOR-IV Economics of Disasters

3

DM 564

MAJOR-V Project Management in Context of Disasters

3

 

 

 

DM 565

MAJOR-VI 6. Multi-Hazard Vulnerabilities

3

Proj 569

MAJOR-VII Research Project /Internship

1+2

 

 

18

DM 671

MAJOR-VIII Natural Hazards of Pakistan

3

DM 672

MAJOR-IX Disasters Risk and Urbanization

3

DM 673

MAJOR-X GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster

Management

2+1

 

ELECTIVE-I

3

 

ELECTIVE-II

3

 

 

15

DM 681

MAJOR-XI Climate Change and Natural Hazards

2+1

DM 682

MAJOR-XII  Techniques of Hazard Mapping

2+1

DM 683

MAJOR-XIII Practical in Disaster Management

1+2

 

ELECTIVE-III

3

 

ELECTIVE-IV

3

 

 

15

Total Credit Hours (124-136)

130

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Students are allowed to select any four electives from the given groups.

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