British Columbia Ph.D. in Urban Affairs & Planning Doctorate Programs
Earning a Ph.D. in urban affairs and planning may take 5-7 years to complete. Urban affairs and planning Ph.D. programs typically require students to create a thesis or dissertation that is based upon original research conducted throughout their time as students. Urban affairs and planning Ph.D. students are likely to spend a great deal of their time conducting research to discover new policies, procedures, or solutions to modern challenges facing urban communities.
Review Doctorate programs in Urban Affairs & Planning such as an on-campus Ph.D. in Urban Policy Analysis and Management, or the on-campus Ph.D. in Cities Planning, and the Ph.D. in Urban, Technological, and Environmental Planning.
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- Vancouver, BCVancouver, BC
University of British Columbia
The SCARP Masters Program is a generalist degree providing basic expertise across a number of substantive areas and the ability to critically integrate perspectives from each area. The program's strength is in the diversity of its faculty and students.