The Master of Urban Renewal and Housing is a program designed for all those looking to play a part in the equitable reshaping of Australia’s cities. Hosted by UNSW Built Environment, this 1.5 year program plays into the growing centrality of urban renewal in debates on Australia’s metropolitan future. Likewise, appropriate and effective housing policy is increasingly recognised as crucially important not only in enhancing urban quality of life and social equity, but also in maximizing city productivity.
There are two options available for graduates wishing to study a Master of Environment:
The two year (200 point) Master of Environment pathway is a Professional Entry pathway suitable for graduates with an undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline with an overall average of 65% .
The one year (100 point) pathway Master of Environment is a Professional Development Pathway suitable for graduates with an Honours degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline with an overall average of 65% p>