Otago's Master of Planning (MPlan) degree is recognised nationally and internationally for professional excellence. It contains exciting and flexible study options, leading to excellent employment opportunities.
Planners play a major role in the decision-making processes of government, local government and private enterprise. Planners assess the impacts of proposals, develop policy, help articulate important community values, and play an ongoing role in monitoring and evaluating new policies and developments. They may be involved in the management of marine, water, air and land resources, the development in urban and rural areas, conservation of natural resources, protection of indigenous peoples' values, heritage protection, and the social impacts of change.
See the full list of Planning (PLAN) papers
|Paper Code||Year||Title||Points||Teaching period|
|PLAN411||2024||Planning Theory||20||Not offered in 2024|
|PLAN412||2024||Spatial Planning and Development||20||Not offered in 2024|
|PLAN435||2024||Planning Case Study I||20||Full Year|
|PLAN438||2024||Planning Practice||20||Not offered in 2024|
|PLAN535||2024||Planning Case Study II||20||Full Year|
|PLAN590||2024||Planning Project||50||Full Year|
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