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Bachelor of Science in Territorial Planning and Management

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Join modern-day societies’ sustainability endeavors

Make a significant contribution toward the development

The Bachelor of Science in Territorial Planning and Management (BSTPM) equips students to become specialized professionals, who can help influence the landscape we live in by engaging with urban planning initiatives, resource management endeavors, environmental surveillance activities, and more.

Armed with these skill sets related to city operations, forestry, and geomarketing, graduates will be prepared for real-world success.

Unlock your potential with this comprehensive Bachelor's program

Take your passion for understanding our planet beyond just studying it

Bachelor of Science in Territorial Planning and Management Program Requirements

Program Requirements

The 122-credit BSTPM degree can be completed in four years. Students who major in BSTPM complete a General Education cursus (40 credits) as well as a Minor degree (15 credits) in another discipline of their choosing.

Bachelor of Science in Territorial Planning and Management Major core courses

Major core courses

  • Introduction to Geography
  • Geography Information Systems
  • Theories of Planning
  • Field Methods
  • Sustainable Earth Systems
  • Development Policy
  • Environmental Management
  • Remote Sensing
  • GIS for Local Planning
  • Geospatial Monitoring and Modeling
Bachelor of Science in Territorial Planning and Management Optional courses

Optional courses

  • Demography
  • Resource Management
  • Renewable Energy and Conservation
  • Designing with the Environment.
  • Environmental Assessment
  • Agriculture and Food Systems
  • Project Management
  • Urban and Regional Planning in Morocco
  • Geomarketing
  • Environmental Risk Assessment
Bachelor of Science in Territorial Planning and Management Career opportunities

Career opportunities

Today's dynamic and ever-changing world demands specialists with a clear understanding of geomatics, GIS principles and territorial planning.

As an established leader in this field, the Bachelor of Science in Territorial Planning and Management provides unparalleled training to prepare graduates for employment within various industries across Morocco and beyond its borders.

Opportunities abound from local planning agencies right through to national environmental monitoring services, public utility providers, resource extraction firms, telecommunications companies and transportation organizations.

Bachelor of Science in Territorial Planning and Management Intended Learning Outcomes

Intended Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Territorial Planning and Management program will be expected to:

  • Master a range of geospatial technologies, including GIS and remote sensing;
  • Master a range of data collection techniques and analysis;
  • Master the qualitative and quantitative methods of spatial analysis;
  • Understand the main theories of urban and regional planning and of environmental and resource management.
Bachelor of Science in Territorial Planning and Management catalog

BSTPM Catalog

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