Graduate Certificate in Infrastructure Engineering and Management
Course code: 3264 ~ Course abbreviation: GradCertInfrastructure ~ Total credit points required: 24 ~ 1 year part-time ~ Managing faculty: Engineering
Study mode and course location
Off-campus (Clayton - P/T only)
This graduate certificate provides a course of study for infrastructure engineering and management professionals wishing to expand their skills in areas of relevance to the planning, design, management and operation of facilities. Participants will normally have a three year degree in engineering or equivalent. In exceptional circumstances, applicants without degree or diploma qualifications may also be admitted on the basis of work experience, subject to faculty approval.
Graduates will understand the need to plan, develop and maintain infrastructure at a high level; evaluate alternative projects and policies in a rigorous manner; plan and execute the development of infrastructure projects; communicate their arguments effectively to teams and clients and critically evaluate their work and the work of others.
Students should choose two units from the list of core units available in first and second semesters, one unit from the list of Engineering electives and one unit from the list of Business and Economics electives (refer to the list in the entry for the Master of Infrastructure Engineering and Management). The number of units required may vary depending on entry level and whether any credit has been granted for prior studies.
Group 1 Core units
Select two units from:
Group 2 Elective units
Select one unit from:
Group 3 Business and Economics electives
Total: 24 points
Students who have satisfactorily completed 24 points may articulate to the Graduate Diploma in Infrastructure Engineering and Management.