This course-based program requires the completion of ★42 in graduate level course work, including ★36 of required, core courses and ★6 of optional graduate-level course work in PLAN courses. The core courses include a research project that is to be undertaken in the last semester of the program as a capstone course. Students must maintain standards acceptable to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research to remain in the program.
Entrance Requirements for 2 year stream:
Four year bachelor's degree [minimum 3.00 GPA (B) in last two years of study]; may be in a field other than planning. Applicants are required to submit a letter of Interest, two letters of academic recommendation, resume/CV, transcripts, a TOEFL score of 90 (Internet-based) or equivalent, where applicable (see English Language Requirement).
The course-based MSc program in Urban and Regional Planning (Regular) is designed for completion within two calendar years beyond a completed undergraduate degree. The program must normally be completed within three years from admission.