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Universities and Colleges in the Philippines that Offer Courses on Environmental Planning

Enroll in these programs to qualify for the Environmental Planning Board Exam.

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Where can you enroll for environmental planning courses in the Philippines?

This is a running list of Philippine universities and colleges that offer courses to become qualified to apply for the Environmental Planning Board Exam.

Working experience may still be necessary to qualify for the Environmental Planning Board Exam.

Though utmost effort is exerted to keep this list updated, the author does not guarantee perfect validity of information. Please contact the educational institutions and the Professional Regulatory Commission for more details.

UP Diliman

  • Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning
  • Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning

UP Los Banos

  • BS Human Ecology, major in Human Settlements Planning

UP Mindanao (Davao City)

  • Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning

UP Open University

  • Diploma in Land Use Planning

UP Visayas (Iloilo)

  • Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning

Miriam College

  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Planning and Management
  • Master of Science in Environmental Planning and Management

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Notre Dame Dadiangas University (General Santos City)

  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Planning

University of San Carlos (Cebu City)

  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Planning

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St. Louis University (Baguio City)

  • Master of Arts in Environmental and Habitat Planning

Holy Name University

  • Executive Diploma in Urban and Regional Development

Central Luzon State University

  • Diploma in Land Use Planning (not offered as per Sep 2020 communication)

University of Mindanao

  • Master in Environmental Planning

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Excerpt on the academic qualifications for the Environmental Planning Board Exam

Effective after October 2, 2019, only holders of “the following degrees from schools, colleges or universities duly recognized and accredited by the CHED ” can apply for the Environmental Planning board exam.

(1) A graduate in environmental planning, urban/city and regional planning, or town and country planning or its equivalent;

(2) A Post-Graduate Diploma in Environmental Planning, city and regional planning or its equivalent, and with at least one (1) year of on-the-job training as required herein;

(3) A Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Planning, city planning or urban and regional planning, or town and country planning, or its equivalent, and with two (2) years of on-the-job training as required herein;

Section 18 (b) of RA 10587

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