The Bachelor of Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning is a professionally-accredited four year degree. It is an exciting and diverse course that provides significant experiential learning opportunities in metropolitan, regional and rural areas, as well as overseas. You will have extensive engagement with industry and communities via the course and through extracurricular activities organised by the award winning Plan B Student Association. Staff mentoring will help you develop the critical thinking, problem-solving and communication capabilities required for succeeding in planning and planning-related professions and tackling the big issues such as: food and energy security, housing, transport, the creation of dynamic, inclusive, open public spaces, as well as the challenges posed by cultural pluralism and diversity, and planning for the specific needs of the aged, children, people with different abilities. You will be taught by scholars with professional planning backgrounds and practitioners with expertise in planning, urban design, law, sociology and geography. Professional work experience is a course requirement, so you will also develop your skills in the workplace. The course comprises 480 credit points, of which 120 credit points must be taken at each year level. It may be undertaken full-time over four years or on a part-time basis. Students take the subjects as listed below for each year level. To assist with planning your enrolment, download a PDF copy of the study plan guide here: Bachelor of Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning (ABURE) 2019Note: LTU0AIM is a not-for-credit subject which students are required to complete at the commencement of their first semester. The subject is designed to enhance the students' knowledge and awareness of issues concerning academic integrity.