Ulster University

Ulster University

Infrastructure Engineering

Core areas of study: sustainable development; business management; professional development; research methods; detailed studies in areas of specialism including: highway engineering; transportation; utilities and waste management, as well as design elements; course is also suitable as a 'matching section' for those who require additional studies and experience to progress to Chartered Engineer Review; the comprehensive programme allows students to gain theoretical and applied knowledge from leading practitioners and to carry out a detailed study/dissertation which can contribute to and assist the student in their current work.

Entry requirements

Degree in civil engineering, environmental engineering, transport studies, or similar subject; applications from other disciplines considered.

Course modules

PgCert: Integrated design studies; sustainable development; organisation project management practice; structural design for infrastructure; road safety engineering; PgDip: Modules from the PgCert and infrastructure design studies; optional modules: waste systems, utilities and water engineering and highway asset management; MSc: Modules from PgCert and PgDip as well as dissertations.

Assessment methods

Coursework; examinations; thesis production; presentations.


Qualification Study mode Fee Course duration
PgDip Full-time - 1 years
MSc Full-time - 1 years
PgDip Part-time - 2 years
PgCert Part-time - 2 years
MSc Part-time - 3 years
PgCert Full-time - 6 months

Campus details

Campus name Town Postcode Region Main campus Campus Partner
Jordanstown Campus Newtownabbey BT37 0QB Northern Ireland

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