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The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management at DIT

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The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management (DT106) is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in either planning the future of towns and cities or managing a sustainable environment for the future.

Because it is a combined programme, students have the flexibility to decide in second year whether to stream into one of two specialist areas, either Spatial Planning or Environmental Management.

The BSc is one of Ireland’s top professionally accredited programs, leading to a specialised, internationally recognised and highly employable degree in these two fields.

The programme is presented at DIT Environment & Planning, which has some of Ireland’s leading experts in these fields.

It is based at DIT Bolton Street, exactly halfway between the new DIT Grangegorman Campus and the city centre, both within 10 minutes walking distance.

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The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management at DIT

  1. 1. BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management A combined programme at DIT Environment & Planning DT106
  2. 2. DT106 is a combined degree that allows you to specialise in either: - planning the future of towns and cities (BSc Spatial Planning) - managing a sustainable environment for the future (BSc Environmental Management) Introduction The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management
  3. 3. DT106 is a combined programme. Students take all subjects in year 1. In year 2 they can choose between the Spatial Planning or Environmental Management streams. Year 4 allows full specialisation in their chosen field, including the completion of a dissertation. How does DT106 work? Common first year modules Environmental management modules Spatial planning modules Environmental management modules Spatial planning modules Environmental management modules and dissertation Spatial planning modules and dissertation BSc Environmental Management BSc Spatial Planning DT106 1st year 2nd year 4th year3rd year
  4. 4. * All BSc students will take a number of common modules, mainly in first year, but also throughout years 2 – 4. Students also take specialist modules as part of each streamed programme. Further programme content information is available at: steep.dit.ie What will I study? Earth Sciences Society and Environment Settlement Analysis Research methods European Field Trip Dissertation Rural management plans Environmental fieldwork Climate systems Conservation management River basin management Urban Design Local Area Plans Society and governance Heritage appraisal Development management BSc Environmental Management BSc Spatial Planning DT106 Sample Common Modules * Sample Streamed Modules * Sample Streamed Modules *
  5. 5. How do you plan a carbon-neutral community? Do they exist and can we develop them in Ireland? What will I learn on the BSc Spatial Planning? Vastra Hamnen, Malmo (Sweden)
  6. 6. What is “tactical urbanism”? How can it be used to kick-start the regeneration of our towns and cities? What will I learn on the BSc Spatial Planning? PARK(ing) Day Dublin: founded by DIT staff and students
  7. 7. What happens to our green bin waste? What can we do about the rest? What will I learn on the BSc Environmental Management? 65% Re-used Ballymount Landfill & Recycling Centre
  8. 8. How important is water resource management? How do you create a natural water conservation and filtration system? What will I learn on the BSc Environmental Management? Airfield Estate, Dundrum
  9. 9. What is the “New Urban Agenda” and what does it mean for Ireland? “The New Urban Agenda…will set global standards of achievement in sustainable urban development, rethinking the way we build, manage, and live in cities” Habitat III UN Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development , Ecuador, Oct 2016 What will I learn on the BSc Spatial Planning and Environmental Management?
  10. 10. Dublin City Council wants to radically reimagine the city centre DIT Environment & Planning students conducted research that kick- started Dublin City Council’s College Green Plaza initiative Environment & Planning grads are needed because…Dublin is changing
  11. 11. Environment & Planning grads are needed because…Ireland is changing More people are commuting longer distances in Ireland than ever before. DIT Environment & Planning staff are involved in actively campaigning at the highest levels for a more sustainable future for Ireland
  12. 12. 5 years ago China had 42 cities bigger than Dublin. Now there are 100. The DT106 programme is being delivered by DIT Environment & Planning lecturing staff at the Gengdan Institute of Beijing University of Technology Environment & Planning grads are needed because…the world is changing Shanghai in 1990 Shanghai in 2015
  13. 13. The North Pole is an alarming 20 degrees warmer than normally recorded as winter descends in 2016 DIT Environment & Planning graduates are working with environmental agencies such as an Taisce, Friends of the Earth, Environmental Protection Agency, Greenpeace, Marine Institute, etc. Environment & Planning grads are needed because…the planet is changing
  14. 14. About a quarter of urban dwellers live in slums or informal settlements. Another one billion people are classed as migrants. DIT Environment & Planning graduates are working with global agencies, such as UN Habitat, Transport for London, NZ Transport, ENTSOE-E European Energy Grid, etc. Environment & Planning grads are needed because…global society is changing
  15. 15. Construction sector skills shortage estimated at 40,000 workers (Nov 2016) Environment & Planning grads are needed because there is a…Housing and Skills shortage Priory Hall, Dublin 13
  16. 16. What you’ll do while studying at DIT Environment & Planning: - Field trips Studio work Lectures and seminars We’re into Active Learning
  17. 17. We are based at DIT Bolton Street. This is the halfway point between the DIT Grangegorman Campus (and sports facilities) and Dublin city centre, both within 10 minutes walking distance. Where we are based
  18. 18. European Associations Students can go on Erasmus exchanges to: Dundee (Scotland) / HCU Hafencity (Germany) / TU Dortmund (Germany) / Tampere (Finland) / Lyon (France) and many others Hafencity, Hamburg
  19. 19. Education partnerships with: National University of Lesotho Gengdan Institute of Beijing University of Technology International Associations
  20. 20. [right] Dublin City Councillor Ciaran Cuffe, Lecturer at DIT Environment & Planning, talks to Professor Brian Norton, President of DIT, and Anne Graham, CEO of the National Transport Authority at the ITRN 2016 conference at DIT Grangegorman Strong links to industry and government
  21. 21. The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management is Ireland’s top professionally accredited programme, leading to a specialised, internationally recognised degree Professional Accreditation
  22. 22. 300-400 CAO points range * Entry Channels * All built environment programmes suffered as a result of the severe economic downturn. This is guaranteed not to last. Already skills shortages are affecting housing and infrastructure supply. Local authorities and agencies have lifted recruitment embargoes.
  23. 23. All our staff are professionally engaged at the highest disciplinary levels in Ireland and are fully committed to delivering a Teaching & Learning environment of the highest academic quality for all our students at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Meet the Staff
  24. 24. Head of School, Henk van der Kamp, is past President of both the Irish Planning Institute and the European Council of Town Planners Assistant Head of School, Dr. Conor Norton, is a professional urban design consultant and is past President of the Royal Town Planning Institute Republic of Ireland Branch Meet the Management
  25. 25. Hilary is managing projects in Bogota, Nairobi and Delhi with the UN-Habitat Safer Cities Programme Archie is an Assigned Certifier and Sustainability Consultant with i3PT Certification Association Rachel is a Transport Planner with Arup Consultants Stephen is Programme Coordinator of the Liberties Improvement Initiative at Dublin City Council Our Graduates – where are they now?
  26. 26. Niall is Planning Project Manager at Gaelectric working on regional energy projects in Northern Ireland Aoife is PhD Researcher at Future Analytics Consulting, focussed on urban security, safety and resilience Gary is Consultant Town Planner at Hughes Planning & Development Consultants, Dublin Sorcha is Strategic & Environmental Planner at Brady Shipman Martin, planning, landscape and environment specialists Our Graduates – where are they now?
  27. 27. Colin is producing an online electricity grid map for the European Energy Union with ENTSOE-E in Brussels Jean is a PhD Candidate at K2 - the acclaimed Swedish Knowledge Centre for Public Transport in Lund Cillian is a Geospatial Data Analyst and Systems Specialist at the NZ Transport Agency, Auckland Ilana is Acquisitions Consultant, identifying and planning new sites with Lidl UK in London Our Graduates – where are they now?
  28. 28. Follow us… @DITenvironment steep.dit.ie/environment-planning email us anytime at: environment@dit.ie
  29. 29. DT106. The BSc in Spatial Planning and Environmental Management at DIT Environment & Planning. Think about it…

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