The MSc in Sustainable Development, full-time (TU205) and part-time (TU218), and the MSc in Spatial Planning (TU225), have been announced by TU Dublin. The next intake will be September 2024. 

MSc in Sustainable Development (part-time/full-time) 

The MSc in Sustainable Development at the TU Dublin School of Architecture, Building and Environment is an established and well-recognised postgraduate degree programme in Sustainable Development, with part-time and full-time options. The next course intake is September 2024.

The MSc Sustainable Development is designed to build on existing knowledge and allow students to apply the principles and practices of sustainable development to their own field of expertise or employment. The course also offers opportunities to deepen knowledge in chosen areas of community development, energy, enterprise, environment, planning or transportation.

Lectures take place in a blended format and allow for a work placement component, as well as accommodating part-time students who may be in employment. 

The programme is delivered at TU Dublin Bolton Street and on the new TU Dublin Grangegorman campus.

For individual queries contact Programme Chairperson, Dr Gerard Doyle:

Further information about the programme and details of how to apply are available here (full-time) and here (part-time)

Further information about the TU Dublin School of Architecture, Building and Environment is available here.

MSc in Spatial Planning

The MSc in Spatial Planning is a part-time, professionally accredited postgraduate programme in all aspects of urban and regional planning, based at the TU Dublin School of Architecture, Building and Environment.  

In response to demand and the need to increase the supply of professional planners, this well-recognised and advanced programme is now being run on an annual basis. Applications are being accepted now for September 2024 course commencement.

This part-time programme provides an opportunity for practitioners and experienced individuals to become qualified professional planners. The programme is accredited by the Irish Planning Institute and the Royal Town Planning Institute.

Through a modular delivery of lectures, tutorials and seminars over a period of 2.5 years, including the successful completion of a dissertation, students can obtain a highly recognised planning qualification. 

The programme is delivered in a blended format to suit working professionals. The programme is based at the TU Dublin Bolton Street and Grangegorman campuses, with some tuition taking place online.

For individual queries, contact programme chairperson, Odran Reid: Odran

Further information about the MSc in Spatial Planning (TU225) programme and details of how to apply are available here