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Dr. Mohammad Qadeer

Professor Emeritus, FCIP, RPP

School of Urban and Regional Planning

Department of Geography and Planning


Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room E320

Mohammad Qadeer is Professor Emeritus of urban and regional planning. He was the Director of the School of Urban and Regional Planning from 1985 to 1996. He has published widely on topics concerning planning for multicultural cities, ethnic enclaves, immigration and settlement, and international development. Since his retirement in 2000, Professor Qadeer has continued to contribute to teaching and learning at the School through course offerings, guest lectures and supervising student research. He returns to SURP regularly to teach Planning for Multiculturalism.


  • B.Sc., M.A.(Punjab)
  • M.S.(Athens)
  • M.C.P.(Rhode Island)
  • Ph.D.(Columbia)