MC222 - Master of International Urban and Environmental Management

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RMIT program code: MC222
Plan name: Master of International Urban and Environmental Management
Plan code: MC222
Campus: City Campus
Credit points per semester:
Full time: 48
Part time: 24
CRICOS code: 079594E

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2019 Enrolment Program Structure

To graduate you must complete the following:

  Year One of Program
 
AND  Year Two of Program
 
  • Research Strategies - Social Sciences (HUSO2079 - 12 credit points) is a prerequisite for the capstone course, ARCH1405  International Urban and Environmental Management Project.
  • International Urban and Environmental Management Project(ARCH1405 - 24 credit points) is the capstone course.  Students enrol into this course in their last semester.
  • Students enrolling into Environment and Planning Work Placement (ENVI1206 - 12 credit points) are required to set up their own workplacement position.

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Year One of Program

Complete the following Six (6) Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Urbanisation Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region12ARCH1265City Campus2266 (FF)
2268 (INT)
Environmental Policy and Governance12ENVI1127City Campus2251 (FF)
2252 (INT)
Climate Change Responses12ENVI1222City Campus2269 (FF)
2270 (INT)
Research Strategies - Social Sciences12YesHUSO2079City Campus2636 (FF)
2637 (INT)
2590 (FF)
2591 (INT)
Global Governance12POLI1099City Campus2230 (FF)
2231 (INT)
2201 (INT)
Natural Resource Management12ARCH1482City Campus2263 (FF)
2264 (INT)
AND

Select and Complete Two (2) of the following Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

International Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Assistance12SOCU2234City Campus2316 (INT)
International Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation12YesHUSO2168City Campus2314 (WFF)
2315 (WINT)
International Project Management: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation12HUSO2159City Campus2185 (WFF)
2186 (WINT)
Introduction to Development Economics12HUSO2173City Campus2314 (FF)
2315 (INT)
Post Disaster Project Management12BUIL1268City Campus2522
Practical Ethics for Development12HUSO2347City Campus2218 (FF)
2219 (INT)
Theories of Development12HUSO2074City Campus2206 (FF)
2207 (INT)
Sustainable water management12ARCH1266City Campus2632 (FF)
Sustainability, Governance and Social Change12YesENVI1169City Campus2239 (FF)
2240 (INT)
Spatial Thinking and Urban Design12ARCH1274City Campus2231 (FF)
2232 (INT)
Statutory Planning12ENVI1134City Campus2247 (FF)
2249 (INT)
History of Planning12ARCH1412City Campus2237 (FF)
2238 (INT)
Strategic Planning issues12ARCH1261City Campus2247 (WFF)
2251 (WINT)
Planning Theory12ARCH1272City Campus2241 (FF)
2242 (INT)
Housing Policy12ARCH1270City Campus2645 (ISV)
Applied Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples12HUSO2295City Campus2364 (WFF)
Governance and Democracy in Development12HUSO2073City Campus2312 (FF)
2313 (INT)
Policy Making12POLI1052City Campus2349 (WFF)
Environment and Planning Work Placement12ENVI1206City Campus2633 (WFF)2585 (WFF)
Global Urban Transitions: Processes and Outcomes12ARCH1488City Campus2584 (FF)
 
AND

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Year Two of Program

Students enrolling into Environment and Planning Work Placement (ENVI1206 - 12 credit points) are required to set up their own workplacement position.

Complete the following Five (5) Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Social Impact Assessment and Community Engagement12ARCH1323City Campus2255 (FF)
2256 (INT)
Environmental Management Systems and Tools12ENVI1128City Campus2261 (FF)
2262 (INT)
Urban Economics and Spatial Development12ARCH1408City Campus2255 (FF)
2256 (INT)
Inter-Cultural Practices12HUSO2378City Campus2317 (FF)
2318 (INT)
International Urban and Environmental Management Project24YesARCH1405City Campus2272 (WFF)
2274 (WINT)
2258 (WFF)
2259 (WINT)
AND

Select and Complete Two (2) Courses (not previously completed) from the following:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

International Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Assistance12SOCU2234City Campus2316 (INT)
International Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation12YesHUSO2168City Campus2314 (WFF)
2315 (WINT)
International Project Management: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation12HUSO2159City Campus2185 (WFF)
2186 (WINT)
Introduction to Development Economics12HUSO2173City Campus2314 (FF)
2315 (INT)
Post Disaster Project Management12BUIL1268City Campus2522
Practical Ethics for Development12HUSO2347City Campus2218 (FF)
2219 (INT)
Theories of Development12HUSO2074City Campus2206 (FF)
2207 (INT)
Sustainable water management12ARCH1266City Campus2632 (FF)
Sustainability, Governance and Social Change12YesENVI1169City Campus2239 (FF)
2240 (INT)
Spatial Thinking and Urban Design12ARCH1274City Campus2231 (FF)
2232 (INT)
Statutory Planning12ENVI1134City Campus2247 (FF)
2249 (INT)
History of Planning12ARCH1412City Campus2237 (FF)
2238 (INT)
Strategic Planning issues12ARCH1261City Campus2247 (WFF)
2251 (WINT)
Planning Theory12ARCH1272City Campus2241 (FF)
2242 (INT)
Housing Policy12ARCH1270City Campus2645 (ISV)
Applied Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples12HUSO2295City Campus2364 (WFF)
Governance and Democracy in Development12HUSO2073City Campus2312 (FF)
2313 (INT)
Policy Making12POLI1052City Campus2349 (WFF)
Environment and Planning Work Placement12ENVI1206City Campus2633 (WFF)2585 (WFF)
Global Urban Transitions: Processes and Outcomes12ARCH1488City Campus2584 (FF)
 

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Program Manager:


Associate Professor Andrew Butt
+61 3 9925 3351
Email: andrew.butt@rmit.edu.au

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School of Global, Urban and Social Studies
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Melbourne, 3000

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