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M.Phil. Degree (one-year course): Examinations in Environmental Policy, Land Economy (Option B), Planning, Growth, and Regeneration, and Real Estate Finance, 2002: Notice

The Degree Committee for the Department of Land Economy give notice, with the approval of the Board of Graduate Studies and the General Board, that in the academical year 2001-02 the subjects for: Environmental Policy; Land Economy (Option B); Planning, Growth, and Regeneration; and Real Estate Finance, of the examination for the M.Phil Degree (one-year course), in addition to the compulsory dissertation, will be as follows. Each candidate's course of study will be subject to the approval of the Degree Committee.

Environmental Policy

Core methodology subject

CS01 Research methods (Michaelmas Term)

Core subjects

EP01 Ecological economics and environmental evaluation (Michaelmas Term)

EP02 Environmental and resource economics (Michaelmas Term)

EP03 Fundamentals of environmental law and regulation (Michaelmas Term)

EP06 Advanced techniques for environmental policy (Lent Term)

Optional subjects

At least one of:

EP04 Advanced environmental and resource economics (Lent Term)

EP05 Advanced environmental law (Lent Term)

Other options:

EP07 Institutions and development II (Lent Term)

EP08 Privatization and regulation (Lent Term)

EP10 Rural environment (Lent Term)

PGR05 Housing and regeneration (Lent Term)

PGR06 Issues in public policy and regeneration II (Lent Term)

PGR07 Urban economics (Lent Term)

PGR08 National planning II (Lent Term)

PGR09 Regional growth (Lent Term)

PGR10 Urban and environmental planning II (Lent Term)

RE03 Real estate finance and securitization (Lent Term)

RE04 Real estate investment and risk analysis (Lent Term)

RE05 Legal issues in land use and finance (Lent Term)

RE06 Urban economics (Lent Term)

Land Economy (option B)

Compulsory subject

B01 Research methodology

Optional subjects

B02 Finance and investment analysis

B04 Urban land markets and housing policy

B05 National planning and economic policy

B07 European rural economic and environmental policy

B08 European environmental law and policy

B09 Land use and environmental planning

B10 Institutions and development

B11 Economics of natural resources and the environment

B12 Public policy making and evaluation

Planning, Growth, and Regeneration

Core methodology subject

CS01 Research methods (Michaelmas Term)

Core subjects

PGR01 Urban and environmental planning (Michaelmas Term)

One out of:

PGR02 Issues in public policy and regeneration I (Michaelmas Term) or

PGR03A, PGR03B Cambridge-MIT studio workshop (Michaelmas Term)

PGR06 Issues in public policy and regeneration II (Lent Term)

RE06 Urban economics (Lent Term)

Optional subjects

PGR03B Cambridge-MIT studio workshop (Michaelmas Term)

PGR04 National planning I (Michaelmas Term)

RE01 Real estate finance and valuation (Michaelmas Term)

RE02 Real estate development (Michaelmas Term)

EP01 Ecological economics and environmental evaluation (Michaelmas Term)

EP02 Environmental and resource economics (Michaelmas Term)

EP03 Fundamentals of environmental law and regulation (Michaelmas Term)

PGR05 Housing and regeneration (Lent Term)

PGR08 National planning II (Lent Term)

PGR09 Regional growth (Lent Term)

PGR10 Urban and environmental planning II (Lent Term)

RE03 Real estate finance and securitization (Lent Term)

RE04 Real estate investment and risk analysis (Lent Term)

RE05 Legal issues in land use and finance (Lent Term)

EP04 Advanced environmental and resource economics (Lent Term)

EP05 Advanced environmental law (Lent Term)

EP07 Institutions and development II (Lent Term)

EP08 Privatization and regulation (Lent Term)

EP10 Rural environment (Lent Term)

Real Estate Finance

Core methodology subject

CS01 Research methods (Michaelmas Term)

Core subjects

RE01 Real estate finance and valuation (Michaelmas Term)

RE02 Real estate development (Michaelmas Term)

RE03 Real estate finance and securitization (Lent Term)

RE04 Real estate investment and risk analysis (Lent Term)

Optional subjects

EP01 Ecological economics and environmental evaluation (Michaelmas Term)

EP02 Environmental and resource economics (Michaelmas Term)

EP03 Fundamentals of environmental law and regulation (Michaelmas Term)

PGR01 Urban and environmental planning I (Michaelmas Term)

PGR02 Issues in public policy and regeneration I (Michaelmas Term)

PGR03A, PGR03B Cambridge-MIT studio workshop (Michaelmas Term)

PGR04 National planning I (Michaelmas Term)

RE05 Legal issues in land use and finance (Lent Term)

RE06 Urban economics (Lent Term)

PGR09 Regional growth (Lent Term)

The Degree Committee also give notice that in the examination to be held in 2002, in addition to the compulsory dissertation in each M.Phil:

(1) subjects offered in the Michaelmas Term will be examined at the beginning of the Lent Term by an essay or project not exceeding 4,000 words;
(2) subjects offered in the Lent Term will be examined by written examination;
(3) Land Economy (Option B) subjects will be examined either by a combination of essay or project not exceeding 4,000 words and by written examination, or by written examination alone.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 20 Month 2001
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