Launched in 2011, the online UW Master of Infrastructure Planning & Management (MIPM) program prepares graduates to shape the infrastructure of the future — resilient, secure and accessible.
The program is designed for early and mid-career professionals seeking advanced training in infrastructure planning and management. Its online format also makes it convenient for active service members deployed across the country or the world. The program is popular among veterans as well, ranking in the top ten of UW graduate programs for enrolling student veterans.
The MIPM is offered by the UW Department of Urban Design & Planning, one of the leading planning programs in the United States and the top planning school in the Pacific Northwest. A self-sustaining, fee-based degree, the MIPM is administered in partnership with UW Continuum College, which extends the reach of the UW with a range of online and on-campus programs for working professionals and other learners of all ages.
About the University of Washington
The University of Washington, founded in 1861, is one of the world's best universities. The UW enrolls more than 55,000 students each year and thrives as a center for research and learning. The university’s largest campus is located in the heart of Seattle, one of the most scenic and livable cities in the United States.
A World-Class Educational Institution
The University of Washington is consistently rated one of the world’s top institutions of higher learning. In 2017, it ranked 11th on the U.S. News & World Report list of best global universities, and it’s been recognized by Reuters as one of the most innovative universities in the world.
The UW offers many areas of study, including more than 300 separate programs and more than 575 degree options. A major research center, the university attracts more federal research dollars than any other public school in the United States. The outstanding faculty includes seven Nobel Prize winners and 15 MacArthur Fellows, or "genius grant" recipients.