The MPLAN program is geared towards professionals and those seeking to add to their dossier of planning related education. It encompasses both the traditional planning and new frontiers in planning for public services, programs and projects. Courses are available on campus, through video conferencing, and on-line supervised reading courses.
Graduates from this program will be awarded a Master of Planning. It takes approximately 3-5 semesters to complete, depending on the students ability to allocate time to complete 4.0 credits.
The Rural Planning and Development program has two streams:
Within each stream are a range of specialities you may be interested in.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN:
Municipal Planning in Rural Towns
Land Use Planning
Environmental and Resource Management
Aboriginal Community Planning and Development
Program and Project Planning
Planning Departments in Rural Urban Interface Municipalities
Community Development Officer
Natural Resources and Environmental Management
6 January 2020
University of Guelph
50 Stone Road East,
N1G 2W1, Canada
Students must have qualified graduates from relevant disciplines (minimum B- average) is required with 4-5 years of experience in planning OR appropriate prior education.
English Language Proficiency
Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL) - 70
International English Language Testing System (Academic) (IELTS) - 6.5
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) - 85
Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE-A) Note: A minimum score of 60 must be achieved in each individual component - 60
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT)) Note: A minimum score of 21 must be achieved in each of the four categories (listening, speaking, reading, writing) – 89