To earn the UW Master of Infrastructure Planning & Management degree, you must successfully complete 15 courses, for a total of 45 credits.
All courses are required, with one exception: You take only five of the six systems courses offered.
IPM 502: Introduction to Infrastructure Systems
IPM 508: Risk Assessment & Business Continuity
IPM 500: Strategic Planning & Policy Analysis
IPM 504: Applied Geospatial Analysis
IPM 505: Climate Change & Infrastructure
IPM 516: Community Resilience
IPM 501: Comprehensive Emergency Management
IPM 503: Infrastructure Finance
Students choose five out of the six infrastructure systems courses offered.
IPM 506: Energy Systems
IPM 510: Water Systems
IPM 514: Transportation Systems
IPM 513: Capstone A: Research Design
IPM 512: Public Health Systems
IPM 515: Capstone B: Implementation
IPM 509: Communications & Cyber Infrastructure Systems
IPM 511: Food Systems
Students gain practical experience through a capstone project. The capstone is the culmination of your graduate degree, allowing you to synthesize what you’ve learned in the program, conduct research and apply it to a real-world problem. At the same time, you’ll build a network in a particular area of the infrastructure field.