07.03.04 Urbanistics

Urban planning

5 years

About the program

The program includes two applied areas of urban planning:
Urban design - design of squares, streets, rural settlements and urban areas;
Urban planning - the formation of master plans, urban zoning, planning of the territory.
The theoretical and research modules study:
The history of urban planning - the study of the main stages of the development of settlement in general and separately in the Siberian region;
The theory of urban planning - the study of the principles of organizing towns, rural settlements and their systems;
Urban planning analysis - applied research of urban planning factors of the organization and development of the territory.
Information support of urban planning documentation is based on the study of the discipline Territorial Information Systems - GIS (Geographic Information Systems).
Additional modules include the study of theoretical and practical tasks of organizing urbanized territories, for example: the basics of urban planning ecology, landscape architecture, landscape planning, typology of buildings, urban planning statistics, etc.

Learning outcomes

  • Formation of urban development plans
  • Preparation of urban development projects
  • Basics of urban planning research

Career opportunities

The Bachelor of Urban Planning has career opportunities in various areas of town planning:
as an administrative officer who deals with urban and rural development management activities;
as a planner who generates urban planning and zoning documents;
as an architect who carries out projects for the planning and improvement of urban areas.
An graduate can engage in research on social, economic, environmental, and other processes that shape urban structure. The Bachelor of Urban Planning can continue his research activities in the Master's program.

Program academic supervisor

Fees and funding

200 300 ₽
Per year

Entrance exams

Applicants take a computer entrance exam in Russian or provide CEFR level B1, TORFL level 1 or equivalent to the Russian-taught program.

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