• Planning the lived environment is a complex, dynamic
    activity. It requires a broad understanding of political,
    economic, cultural, design, environmental and legal
    issues. For cities, suburbs and regions, the Bachelor
    of City Planning encompasses the development,
    improvement, conservation and general management
    of the environment. As a graduate, you will have the
    skills to address sustainability and climate change
    issues, transport and infrastructure provisions,
    facilitate urban renewal, or tackle social inequality
    and exclusion.

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