Master’s Studies in City and Regional Planning (Turkish)/ Master’s Studies in City and Regional Planning (English)
The City & Regional Planning Master’s programs prepare students to excel as professionals capable of understanding and resolving complex urban planning problems. The curriculum gives students both a broad understanding of the urban and regional environment and a foundation of skills needed to plan for today’s regions and cities. A thesis provides an opportunity for focused study in the student’s major area of specialization and interest, such as regional and spatial planning, local governments, infrastructure and environment, urban planning, urban policies and urban studies, transport planning, and urban design.
The curriculum is a 120credit program. The curriculum requirements include eight core (compulsory and elective) courses including a compulsory course on Methods in Scientific Research and Ethics and a seminar, thesis preparation course, thesis writing course, a thesis, and a scientific publication derived from the thesis study.
Applicants for admission to the Master’s studies in City and Regional Planning program are expected to:
Applicants from other background requirements for classified standing requirements may be admitted on a conditionally classified basis, depending on the results of an individual analysis of their applications.