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MINOR PROGRAM(S) IN CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING

Minor Program in City Planning

City Planning is closely interrelated with a wide range of disciplines and fields of knowledge extending from engineering, sciences (civil, environmental engineering, etc.) to sociology, history, architecture, law, economics, and political sciences. The minor program in City Planning aims to familiarize students from neighboring disciplines with the idea of planning and to equip them with a degree of sensitivity towards urban related issues.

The program is in principle open to students from any planning-related department and consists of a must course and five electives to be chosen from among the following courses. Students who are willing to attend the program should contact Departments Minor Program Coordinator in order to decide the courses they should attend.

Compulsory Courses

Course Code Course Name METU
Credit
Contact
(hours/week)
Laboratory
(hours/week)
ECTS
Credit
CRP105 ORIGINS OF URBANISM AND THE PROCESS OF URBANISATION 3 3 0 4.0
CRP111 INTRODUCTION TO CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING 3 3 0 4.0
4 elective course(s) approved by the Department of City and Regional Planning.
Total minimum credit: 18