Since 1969, the Urban and Regional Planning Track at the Technion has been training generations of planners. Graduates work in key positions in the field and influence the physical development of Israel’s landscape as well as decision-making processes – in cities, rural areas and natural settings.
The Urban and Regional Planning degree prepares students to work as urban and regional planners proficient in the theoretical, professional and investigative tools and knowledge required to shape policy, make decisions, and lead original research in the pertaining fields. The Master in Urban and Regional Planning is an excellent starting point to find work in this fascinating and dynamic field.
The Track offers a challenging academic curriculum that prepares graduates for a successful career in planning – in the public, private and third sectors, from the neighborhood level to national planning.The curriculum is multidisciplinary and integrates varied fields including economics, sociology, psychology, environment and transportation. The faculty is made up of professors and lecturers with widespread expertise in both teaching and research. Many of them are considered international authorities in their fields and are actively involved in local planning.
Want to take part in planning Israel’s future? Come study at the Technion!
The Urban and Regional Planning Track offers the following degree programs: