To earn the online Master of Infrastructure Planning & Management, you must successfully complete 15 courses, earning a total of 45 credits. This includes a required capstone project that students participate in during the final two quarters of the program, worth a total of 6 credits.
The program curriculum incorporates a wide range of topics, which can be divided into four course types.
Total Credits: 24
Students choose five out of the six infrastructure systems courses offered.
Total Credits: 21
During the last two quarters of the program, students gain practical experience through a capstone project. This project presents a special opportunity for students to synthesize what they learned in the program, conduct research and apply it to a real-world problem, and network in a particular area of the infrastructure field. For more details, see the Capstone Project page.
Students are allowed to take individual courses without enrolling in the full degree program. Students must apply for each course and enrollment is on a space-available basis. Credit for these courses can later be applied toward the Master of Infrastructure Planning & Management under certain conditions. See the Single Course Enrollment page for details.