Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Help shape tomorrow's towns and cities. The impact of humans on the environment has the potential to threaten the future prosperity and liveability of our towns and cities. There is a growing demand in both the government and private sectors for passionate professionals who can help address environmental issues, promote inclusive communities, and develop sustainable spaces and places. La Trobe's Associate Degree in Urban and Regional Environments gives you a foothold in the vital area of community and environmental planning and development. Whether you're looking for a standalone qualification or a pathway into the Bachelor of Planning (Honours), you'll gain key skills in planning and design while building your understanding of sustainability from a regional, urban and global perspective. This immersive, two-year course develops your expertise in planning practice, such as understanding places, people and policies.
The course comprises 240 credit points, of which 120 credit points must be taken at each year level. It may be undertaken full-time over two years or on a part-time basis.
- First Year Subjects: Academic Integrity Module
- Climate, Sustainability and Society
- Economic Issues and Public Policy
- Exploring Living Environments
- Introducing Plan Making
- Introduction to Aboriginal Australia
- Mapping, Analysing and Visualising Data
- Politics, Philosophy and Economics
- Reading Australian Landscapes
- Society, People and Place
- Wominjeka La Trobe: Indigenous Cultural Literacy for Higher Education
Standard entry requirements
VCE: Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL.HSC: One of English Standard, English Advanced (Band 2), English as an Additional Language or Dialect (Band 3).
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Your course fees will depend on the subjects you choose to study: each subject has its own costs. The total course fee may vary depending on the subjects you choose, your study load, the time it takes to complete your course and your approved Credit for Prior Learning. Fees correct Friday, Nov 11 2022