Certificate in Infrastructure Engineering and Management

The Certificate in Infrastructure Engineering and Management is a preparatory coursework-only non-degree program designed to be taken standalone for gaining introductory knowledge in infrastructure systems, planning, and engineering, or in preparation for gaining advanced knowledge in the Master of Public Works program.


Required Courses (6)
Select a minimum of two courses from the following (with adviser consent):6
Statistical Analysis of Engineering Data3
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems3
Legal Issues in Civil Engineering3
Economic Decision Analysis in Civil Engineering3
Systems Analysis in Civil Engineering3
Statistical Models and Methods3
Introduction to Public Administration3
Public Infrastructure Management and Financing3
Elective Courses (6)
Select a minimum of two courses from the following (with advisor consent): 16
Bridge and Structural Design3
Facility Design of Transportation Systems3
Railroad Engineering and Design3
Introduction to Transportation Engineering and Design3
Construction Methods and Cost Estimating3
Construction Planning and Scheduling3
Construction Site Operation3
Construction Contract Administration3
Hydraulic Design of Open Channel Systems3
Soil and Site Improvement3
Seismic Retrofit and Earthquake Hazard Reduction4
Building Envelope Rehabilitation3
Advanced Bridge Engineering3
Mathematical Methods for Structural Engineering3
Advanced Reinforced Concrete3
Structural Forensic Engineering3
Buckling of Structures4
Advanced Steel Structures4
Asphalt and Concrete Mix Design3
Pavement Evaluation and Management3
Demand Models for Urban Transportation3
Urban Transportation Planning4
Traffic Operations and Flow Theory3
Public Transportation Systems3
Advanced Traffic Engineering3
Transportation Systems Management3
Transportation Economics, Development and Policy3
Prestressed Concrete3
Transportation Systems Evaluation3
Structural Reliability and Probabilistic Bases of Design3
Engineering Behavior of Soil4
Design of Foundations, Embankments and Earth Structures4
Rock Mechanics and Tunneling4
Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics4
Transportation Asset Management3
Intelligent Transportation Systems3
Algorithms in Transportation3
Groundwater Hydrology and Sampling3
Geotechnical Landfill Design and Maintenance3
Water and Wastewater Engineering3
Modeling of Environmental Systems3
Industrial Waste Treatment3
Hazardous Waste Engineering3
Total Credit Hours12

If more than two courses from the required courses list are taken, those additional courses can be applied as electives