The Supervised Research Project is a major independent study completed by each student to qualify for the Master of Urban Planning degree. While it is not a master's thesis per se, it is an applied problem-definind and problem-solving project, and as such, an opportunity for the student to demonstrate a mastery of knowledge in the field.
Over three decades, almost 500 Supervised Research Projects have been completed in the School. On the following pages is found an index organised by student surname which can be browsed by topic by simply doing a CTRL-F search (on PC) or flower-F search (on Mac). The index has been divided into the following clusters for ease of consultation:
- Student surnames A-B-C-D-E-F-G
- Student surnames H-I-J-K-L
- Student surnames M-N-O-P-Q-R
- Student surnames S-T-U-V-W-X-Y-Z
McGill Library Catalogue of Supervised Research Projects
Copies of all Supervised Research Projects are held in the McGill Library system, which features a more detailed catalogue record for each project but which can only be accessed via this not-so-user-friendly catalogue.