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Top 3 Doctorate Degrees in Regional Planning 2019/2020

A PhD is the abbreviation for Doctor of philosophy. This degree is a post graduate program delivered to a high level student researcher who has done deep research in a specific field or subject.

Regional planning can cover learning about where to place settlements, how to efficiently dispose of the waste of a given community, or when to adjust previous plans to protect the environment. Programs around the world may be specific to the area where the class is offered.

PhD Program in Regional Planning

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Doctorate in Regional Development

Universidad de La Laguna
Campus Full-time Part-time September 2020 Spain Santa Cruz de Tenerife

The Doctoral Program in Regional Development that is proposed is the result of the adaptation of the current Doctoral Program in Regional Development, Training and Employment, distinguished with the Quality Mention according to Resolution of October 20, 2008, of the Secretary of State of Universities, for which the Mention of Quality is awarded to the doctoral studies of Spanish universities for the 2008-2009 academic year.

PhD in Regional and Political Geography

Charles University Faculty of Science
Campus Online & Campus Combined Full-time 4 years Request Info Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

The field is aimed at local, regional, macro-regional, continental, and global problems of landscape sphere. The aiming is based on the study of the development of Nature - Sociogeographical interaction on different hierarchy level. The study is aimed at regions of the Czech Republic and foreign countries as well.

Doctor of Philosophy in Planning

University of British Columbia - Faculty of Applied Science
Campus Full-time 4 years September 2020 Canada Vancouver

SCARP is interested in attracting students to its Ph.D. program who are interested in topics broadly related to the transition to sustainability through the democratization of planning approaches. Under this broad umbrella, our faculty have diverse interests, ranging from sustainable transportation studies to disaster preparedness, community development and social planning, poverty alleviation at home and abroad, negotiation and mediation of land and resource conflicts, the ecological footprint, risk analysis, managing multicultural cities and regions, cross-cultural and indigenous planning, community based urban design, urbanization and its challenges in East and Southeast Asia to name just a few of our faculty's research interests. Our research approach is inherently interdisciplinary and spans qualitative and quantitative methodologies.