Master of Planning
The Master of Planning (MPlan) is a one year program geared towards graduates with 4-5 years of working experience for an agency or non-governmental organization (NGO) abroad or in Canada; or for mature Canadian planners working in a municipal planning environment, for other levels of government, in professional consulting, non-governmental organizations (NGO) or other contexts, or for graduates of related professional programs. It is explicitly designed for individuals wishing to upgrade their professional training to the Masters level without necessarily withdrawing from the work force for an extended period of time. The MPlan program is offered in-class or via online learning.
The MPlan program offers courses in all three semesters: Fall (September – December), Winter (January – April), and Summer (May – August). The MPlan program offers at least one online course in each semester. Students may enroll in either full-time or part-time studies in the MSc program. Students may start the MPlan program in any semester.