Key Information

Learning outcomes

At the conclusion of the course the you will be able to:

  1. Identify infrastructure planning as a key approach to planning and urban development leadership.
  2. Describe infrastructure networks and recognise the significance of infrastructure provision as a defining function of, and framework for, the planning, designing, and building of cities and metropolitan areas.
  3. Explain how infrastructure is critical to the sustainability of cities.
  4. Articulate and design the infrastructure life cycle, and how it leads to sustainable infrastructure.
  5. Critically appreciate the roles of government, private sector, and other agents in infrastructure development processes.
  6. Provide advice on planning and designing sustainable infrastructure networks for the built environments.

Upon successful completion of this course you will receive:

  1. Official Certificate of completion.
  2. Up to 40 PIA CPD points.
  • Domestic students: AUD $3690 
  • International students: AUD $4500 

Please visit the fees page for more information.

Eligibility criteria

An undergraduate degree with a Credit average or above in a relevant field such as a built environment discipline or studies in social science, social policy, business or law.

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The UNSW Non-Award Course page provides you with further details on how to apply.