City Planning

Having 33 academic staff (including full time professors and research asssisants) the sub-branch of “City Planning” has the largest academic staff within the department. There are seven planning studios with supporting theoretical courses. The sub-branch of City Planning carries recent urban research studies and the outcomes of these studies are revealed within the education program.

The sub-branch of City Planning carries out the following graduate programs:

·         Urban Space Organization and Design (with thesis)

·         Urban Transformation and Planning (with thesis)

·         Urban Conservation and Renewal (with thesis)

·         Landscape Planning (with thesis)