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Online Master's Degrees in Urban Design 2020/2021

A master’s program is a focused degree that requires about two years of classwork, research, and possibly a thesis paper to earn. This advanced program of study allows students to further specialize their schooling in an area that interests them.

Urban design is a practice intended to help shape cities and towns while establishing and implementing plans to allow for future growth. Common areas of study for students of urban design include architectural design, urban planning, highway engineering and landscape design.

Online Master in Urban Design

5 Results in Urban Design, Distance learning Filter

Master in Design of Urban Spaces, Architectural and Mobility

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12 months
Spanish
Online

Program aimed at developing leadership skills and design of urban spaces. The program places special emphasis on sustainability and building a transdisciplinary vision.

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Online Master in Planning and Management of Smart Cities

Master
Nov 2020
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Part-time
Spanish
Online

The Online Master in Planning and Management Smart Cities trains professionals in the management of methods and instruments of analysis, planning and territorial management, b ...

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Master in International Architecture Lab

Master
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Full-time
English
Campus
Online

A new concept of master interior design. The characteristic of these courses is that Academic theory is combined with practice on real jobs site. Focuses on the great question ...

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Online Master in Design of Urban Interior Spaces

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Full-time
Spanish
Online

Different studies carried out in recent years identify a growing tendency for the world's population to move from more rural settings to concentrate in large urban areas. At p ...

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Masters in urban regeneration, rehabilitation and design (online)

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9 months
Spanish
Online

The Master aims to facilitate the practical application of the subjects taught. This is why we are currently collaborating in two different urban environments. Miranda del Cas ...

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