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Urban and Regional Planning Graduate Admission Requirements in Canada

Prequisites and other requirements to become accepted to a Canadian university graduate and/or postgraduate degree program in Urban and Regional Planning.

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Prerequisites for Graduate Studies in Urban and Regional Planning

Admission to a graduate-level program in urban planning requires a previous degree in a related discipline (eg. design engineering, architecture, civil engineering) with a minimum B+ average (in some cases this must be an honors degree). Some schools also require some form of advanced experience in an urban planning environment (eg. co-op, directed studies, out-of-school employment, etc).

Admission to a PhD program can either be directly from an undergraduate degree (provided the academic requirements are met, and an aptitude for research has already been demonstrated), or after acquiring a relevant Master's-level degree.

As all graduate programs require a supervisor, most schools require this person to be approved prior to final admission.

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