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The sustainability of tomorrow's communities depends on how they are planned today
Rapid urbanisation, a changing climate, and a carbon-constrained economy, are key challenges. Professional urban, regional and environmental planners are playing an increasing role in ensuring we live in more sustainable and vibrant communities.
Learn how to manage environmental issues and human activities in urban and regional planning practices. You'll develop specialist knowledge and skills in the areas of land use and environmental planning, biophysical, socio-economic and cultural sciences, statutory planning in the Queensland context, and professional and ethical planning practice.
Study urban and environmental planning at Griffith
The inclusion of work-integrated learning activities in the urban and environmental planning degree program demonstrates our commitment to preparing graduates for success in their working life.
Our planning degrees are distinctive in putting the “environment” into planning policy and practice – you’ll study within Australia’s first School of Environment. We provide design and evidence based planning studios that draw upon the socio-economic and biophysical sciences to give you the skills you’ll need to tackle complex real world contemporary planning problems.
We have one of the largest teams of urban and environmental planning educators in Australia, who are leaders in the field. The Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning is accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia to ensure our graduates meet the strict accreditation requirements for employment as a professional planner.
Architecture and Planning at Griffith are rated 5-stars for student support and learner engagement by the Good Universities Guide 2019, a leading independent provider of high-quality education and career information.
Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning/Bachelor of Science
Jasmine Divall decided to follow in her sister's footsteps after seeing how she loved attending Griffith University. With a passion for solving environmental issues and sustainable urban development she enrolled in a Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning / Bachelor of Science double degree. 'I love having the opportunity to solve real problems and work on projects that can contribute to building better environments,' Jasmine said. 'I also enjoy studying a range of subjects in my double degree which has allowed me to realise my true values and passions.'
|Bachelor of Environmental Science||Gold Coast
|Bachelor of Environmental Science||Gold Coast
|Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning||Nathan
|Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning||Gold Coast
Expand your qualifications and your career options with our range of double degrees. As a double degree graduate, you’ll have a special skill set that will help you stand out with future employers.
|Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Environmental Science||Gold Coast
|Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Environmental Science||Nathan
|Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning/Bachelor of Science||Nathan
|Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning/Bachelor of Science||Gold Coast
It is important to check the degree requirements including placement requirements, before you apply.
Our graduates are highly successful and follow a number of career paths, from urban planning in cities through to strategic planning for metropolitan regions; from planning for natural resource management to transport and social planning. You may find work in development companies implementing proposals for new housing estates, tourism complexes, transport networks, shopping centres and other commercial projects. You'll also find opportunities with all levels of government, including state and local government agencies, as well as business and industry groups, community organisations and private consulting firms.
14 Jul 2020
We’re doing Open Day differently this year
11 Jun 2020
Lucrative new scholarships on offer for Year 12s
Monday 13 July — Saturday 17 October
Trimester 2: Teaching and exams
Includes study and exam period from Thursday 1 October to Saturday 10 October.
Tuesday 14 July — Thursday 1 October
Virtual Open House
See Griffith up close without leaving home, with 24/7 access to our interactive online event. Register today to unlock study and support info, live chat and everything you need to find the degree for you.
Monday 21 September — Friday 25 September
Virtual Open House: Mature Student Week
No matter whether you’re returning to university after a few years off, starting study for the first time or looking for a postgraduate degree to further your career, we can help you find the right study path.
Monday 26 October — Friday 30 October
Trimester 3: Orientation
Get the right start and find out everything you need to know about starting at Griffith.