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    How good at maths do you need to be to successfully complete a Town Planning masters degree?

    Considering that planning is by definition associated with construction and engineering, do you need strong maths skills, or is it more policy and admin based and therefore has more in common with law than engineering?

    A significant component of planning degrees seems to be plan reading and plan making, as you would expect. I would guess that you need a pretty decent understanding of concepts like area, angles, measurements, geometry, etc to do well at this?
 
 
 
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