Specialise your knowledge, right now
The blurring of boundaries between the built environment disciplines is occurring as a response to client demand for more complex designs involving specialist knowledge. The combined Master of Sustainable Environments/ Master of Project Management is designed to support this international trend and to deliver projects that ultimately reflect longevity. At Bond, graduates are equipped with specialist knowledge in urban design and planning, and sustainable practices.
Internationally recognised qualification
The Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning is accredited by RICS and PIA (Planning Institute of Australia). The Master of Project Management is accredited by RICS, PMI and AIPM. Completion of the combined degree satisfies the accreditation requirements of both single degrees.
The Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning/ Master of Project Management ensure graduates are equipped with knowledge and skills across a variety of disciplines. Graduates focus their attention to urban design and planning, sustainability and environmental management, as well as project and program management. This combination of knowledge and skills allows graduates to differentiate themselves in the industry and pursue many career paths.
Combined degree options
- Master of Architecture / Master of Project Management
- Master of Construction Practice / Master of Project Management
- Master of Sport Management / Master of Project Management
- Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning / Master of Project Management
- Master of Valuation and Property Development / Master of Project Management
- Master of International Relations / Master of Project Management
- Master of Business Administration / Master of Project Management
- Master of Communication / Master of Project Management
- Master of Criminology / Master of Project Management
- Gain a qualification professionally recognised by some of Australia’s leading industry bodies
- Small class sizes and personalised approach to learning
- Graduate sooner with Bond’s accelerated degrees
About the program
The combined Masters degree in Sustainable Environments and Planning and Project Management enables students interested in being an environmental planner to gain specialised knowledge related to urban design and planning and its influence on the natural environment. Sustainable development is an important contemporary pursuit in the context of human-induced climate change. Show more
The combined Masters degree in Sustainable Environments and Planning and Project Management enables students interested in being an environmental planner to gain specialised knowledge related to urban design and planning and its influence on the natural environment. Sustainable development is an important contemporary pursuit in the context of human-induced climate change. It is also an international endeavour, where finite resources are a limit to the growth of human settlements worldwide. Therefore, a combined understanding of the environmental planning process together with the generic principles of successful management of scope, time, cost, risk, human resources, quality, procurement, stakeholders and environmental impact, and their balanced integration, is most valuable. Environmental planners may be involved in design, planning, construction and operation of our built environment within the confines of acceptable habitat impact. Graduates of this degree are internationally recognised by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The program is also accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA). Show less
|Duration||6 semesters (2 years)|
|Program type||Masters Coursework|
|Study area||Architecture and Built Environment|
|Credit for prior study||For more details on applying for credit, please contact the Student Business Centre: [email protected]|
You must complete all of the following subjects:
- Planning Theory and Ethics (SDUP71-100)
- Regional Planning Policy and Practice (SSUD71-205)
- Sustainable Communities (SDUD71-206)
- Economics of Sustainable Development (SSUD71-211)
- Environmental Management and Climate Change (SSUD71-318)
- Project Resource Planning (SSUD71-403)
- Urban Design and Place Making (SSUD71-220)
- Planning and Assessment Processes (SSUD71-300)
- Environmental Assessment (SSUD71-324)
- Environmental Science Fieldwork (SSUD71-326)
- Principles of Project Management (SSUD71-103)
- Project Finance and Procurement (SSUD71-111)
- Risk Management (SDIM71-201)
- Project Portfolio and Program Management (SSUD71-305)
- Expert Witness and Dispute Resolution (SDCM71-323)
- Research Methods in Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMR71-100)
- Research Project (SSUD74-200) 20cp
The below fees are based on an average per semester cost, fees may vary based on which subjects are selected and the number of subjects enrolled in for each semester:
- 2019 fees: $13,085 per semester (based on 3 subjects per semester)
- 2020 fees: $13,563 per semester (based on 3 subjects per semester)
When considering the fees associated with your studies, keep in mind that Bond’s accelerated schedule means you can finish your degree sooner and be out in the workforce up to a year earlier than if you went to another university.
This time saving also represents a substantial reduction in accommodation and living costs, plus a full year of extra earnings.
Academic entry requirements
Completion of an Australian Bachelor degree or equivalent at an approved institution.
Please contact the Office of Future Students for further information.
English language proficiency requirements
As tuition is delivered in English, all students will be required to provide documented evidence of the required level of proficiency in the English language. Read more detailed information on English Language Proficiency Requirements for university study.
Credit for prior study
Subject credits may be awarded for previous studies. To apply for credits, you will need to submit academic transcripts including detailed subject outlines/course descriptions for each relevant subject and/or certified copies of testamurs to the Office of Future Students. Please refer to how to apply for credit for more information