Duration
Full-time: Varies
Next start date
2022 Semester One – 28 February
2022 Semester Two – 18 July
Available locations
City
Points
120 or 180
Programme type
Postgraduate
Taught & research options available

Programme overview

New Zealand’s infrastructure is expected to grow dramatically in the next 20 years. Our new buildings, roads and water systems are going to need people who know how to take care of them. Get a head start in this exciting field with the MInfraAssetMgt, designed to equip students with the skills, knowledge and expertise to be effective employees in an essential field.

Programme structure

There are 8 ways to complete a MInfraAssetMgt. Your selection will depend on your technical and educational background, and career goals.

The MInfraAssetMgt will be available with 120 and 180 point taught and research pathways, in addition to a general option there are also two optional taught specialisations available in:

  • Strategic Asset Management and Planning
  • Network Management and Systems

You can learn more about the programme courses and both specialisations in the Courses tab.

If you’re not ready to commit to a masters programme, we also offer the following:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Infrastructure Asset Management
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Infrastructure Asset Management

You'll also need to meet other requirements, including time limits and total points limits. See Postgraduate enrolment.

For all official programme information, including regulations about entry, enrolment, fees, examinations, and requirements for degrees, diplomas and certificates, see the University Calendar.

Subjects available in this programme

  • Infrastructure Asset Management
  • Network Management and Systems
  • Strategic Infrastructure Management and Planning
For all official programme information, including regulations about entry, enrolment, fees, examinations, and requirements for degrees, diplomas and certificates, see the University Calendar.

2022 entry requirements

My highest qualification is from:

Programme requirements

Minimum programme requirements

Minimum requirements listed here are the likely grades required and do not guarantee entry. We assess each application individually and applicants may require a higher grade to be offered a place.

  • Study option
    Taught 120 points
    Grade required
    GPA Grade Point Average 4.0
  • Study option
    Research 120 points
    Grade required
    GPA Grade Point Average 4.0
  • Study option
    Taught 180 points
    Grade required
    GPA Grade Point Average 4.0
  • Study option
    Research 180 points
    Grade required
    GPA Grade Point Average 4.0

Further programme requirements

Select your study option:

You must have completed a Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), with a GPA of 4.0 or higher in 120 points above Stage III.

You must have completed a Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), with a GPA of 4.0 or higher in 120 points above Stage III.

You must have completed a Bachelors degree in a relevant subject from this University with a Grade Point Average of 4.0 or higher in 75 points above Stage II.

Note: Relevant subjects include applied science, engineering, information technology, science, or technology.
 

You must have completed a Bachelors degree in a relevant subject from this University with a Grade Point Average of 4.0 or higher in 75 points above Stage II.

Note: Relevant subjects include applied science, engineering, information technology, science, or technology.

Other pathways to study

If you do not meet the GPA requirement through your BE or BE(Hons), you can still gain entry by passing 60 points with a GPA of 4.0 or higher in one of the following:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Infrastructure Asset Management
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Infrastructure Asset Management
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Engineering in a relevant subject

Or:

A Bachelors degree in a relevant subject with a GPA of 4.0 or higher in 75 points above Stage II and at least three years of relevant professional experience

Or:

A relevant Postgraduate Diploma from this University with a Grade Point Average of 4.0 or higher, or
the equivalent as approved by the Senate or its representative.

Or:

In exceptional circumstances Senate or its representative may approve the admission of a student who has extensive, relevant, practical, professional or scholarly experience deemed equivalent.

Note: Relevant subjects include applied science, engineering, information technology, science, or technology.

Programme requirements

Minimum programme requirements

Minimum requirements listed here are the likely grades required and do not guarantee entry. We assess each application individually and applicants may require a higher grade to be offered a place.

  • Study option
    Taught 120 points
    Grade required
    GPE Grade Point Equivalent 4.0
  • Study option
    Research 120 points
    Grade required
    GPE Grade Point Equivalent 4.0
  • Study option
    Taught 180 points
    Grade required
    GPE Grade Point Equivalent 4.0
  • Study option
    Research 180 points
    Grade required
    GPE Grade Point Equivalent 4.0
  • Qualification
    IELTS Academic International English Language Testing System
    Score required
    6.5

Further programme requirements

Select your study option:

You must have completed a four-year bachelors degree in engineering at a recognised university (or similar institution) that includes:

  • Broad coverage in your first year of the foundational science topics that underpin engineering disciplines: mathematical modelling, chemical and materials science, electrical engineering theory, mechanics, programming, and engineering design
  • One year of postgraduate-level study
  • A research project or dissertation comprising at least one-quarter of the final year

You will need a GPE of 4.0.

Alternatively, you must have completed one year of postgraduate study, following an undergraduate degree, in a relevant subject at a recognised university (or similar institution) with a GPE of 4.0.

Note: Relevant subjects include applied science, engineering, information technology, science, or technology.

You must have completed a four-year bachelors degree in engineering at a recognised university (or similar institution) that includes:

  • Broad coverage in your first year of the foundational science topics that underpin engineering disciplines: mathematical modelling, chemical and materials science, electrical engineering theory, mechanics, programming, and engineering design
  • One year of postgraduate-level study
  • A research project or dissertation comprising at least one-quarter of the final year

You will need a GPE of 4.0.

Alternatively, you must have completed one year of postgraduate study, following an undergraduate degree, in a relevant subject at a recognised university (or similar institution) with a GPE of 4.0.

Note: Relevant subjects include applied science, engineering, information technology, science, or technology.

You must have completed a Bachelors degree in a relevant subject at a recognised university (or similar institution).

You will need a GPE of 4.0.

Note: Relevant subjects include applied science, engineering, information technology, science, or technology.

You must have completed a Bachelors degree in a relevant subject at a recognised university (or similar institution).

You will need a GPE of 4.0.

Note: Relevant subjects include applied science, engineering, information technology, science, or technology.

Other pathways to study

If you do not meet the GPE requirement, you can still gain entry by passing 60 points towards one of the following with a GPA of 4.0:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Engineering in a relevant subject
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Infrastructure Asset Management
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Infrastructure Asset Management

In exceptional circumstances, we will consider you for entry if you have completed an undergraduate degree and have three years of work experience in engineering.

For all official programme information, including regulations about entry, enrolment, fees, examinations, and requirements for degrees, diplomas and certificates, see the University Calendar.

How much does a Master of Infrastructure Asset Management cost per year?

2021 fees

Domestic students
NZ$9,060 – $18,908.40*

Fees are set in advance of each calendar year and will be updated on this website. Fees are inclusive of 15% GST, but do not include the Student Services Fee, course books, travel and health insurance, or living costs. Amounts shown are indicative only. In addition to the tuition fees, there is a Student Services Fee of $8.02 per point, estimated at $962.40 for full-time study (120 points). Fees will be confirmed upon completion of enrolment into courses.

*Please note: amounts shown are indicative and estimates only.

Find out about financial support information

Scholarships and awards

Find out about the scholarships you may be eligible for.

Student loans and allowances

Are you a New Zealand citizen or resident? You could be eligible for a student loan or allowance.

Cost of living

Get an idea of how much accommodation and general living in Auckland will cost.

For all official programme information, including regulations about entry, enrolment, fees, examinations, and requirements for degrees, diplomas and certificates, see the University Calendar.

Key dates

Please note: We will consider late applications if places are still available. International students should start the application process as early as possible to allow sufficient time to apply for a visa.

Start dates

Here are the start dates for the programme.

Other important dates

See important dates for the academic year, including orientation, enrolment, study breaks, exams, and graduation.

For all official programme information, including regulations about entry, enrolment, fees, examinations, and requirements for degrees, diplomas and certificates, see the University Calendar.

The Strategic Asset Management and Planning specialisation involves techniques used to undertake high-level infrastructure investment planning.

The Network Management and Systems specialisation involves techniques and software systems that assist in the whole-of-life analysis of infrastructure groups, portfolios or networks (e.g. electricity, water and roads).

The general option will consist of a blend from the two specialisations.

Compulsory courses

In all cases, you will be required to complete the following:

CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure

Thesis or research project:

There’s an optional research project in the taught pathways, which enables you to apply your technical knowledge to practical scenarios, and build your confidence in the field.

In most programmes, you’ll choose between ENGGEN 792 Research Project or a 794 Research Project.

A student who has to complete 120 points in the MInfraAssetMgt must satisfy the following requirements:

Research Masters:

30 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure

90 points:
CIVIL 793 or 794 Thesis

Taught Masters:

30 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 716 Engineering Risk Management
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 702 Engineering Decision Making in Aotearoa
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering

At least 15 points from:
CIVIL 703 Project Management
CIVIL 729 Humanitarian Engineering
CIVIL 731 Water Resources Modelling
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
ENERGY 722 Energy Technology
ENGGEN 769 Research Methods for Engineers
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

Up to 45 points from:
COMPSCI 752 Big Data Management
ENVMGT 741 Social Change for Sustainability
ENVSCI 711 Assessing Environmental Effects
GEOG 712 Land, Place and Culture
GEOG 714 Mobilities and Wellbeing
GLMI 705 People, Performance and Well-being
GLMI 706 Working in an Age of Uncertainty
GLMI 708 Critical, Creative and Strategic Thinking
LAWENVIR 723 Climate Change Law
LAWPUBL 745 Special Topic: Constitution and Custom in the South Pacific
LAWPUBL 749 Special Topic: Indigenous Persons: Law and Policy
POPLHLTH 717 Health and Society
POPLHLTH 725 Environmental Health
POPLHLTH 726 Health Protection
POPLHLTH 760 Principles of Public Health
STATS 707 Computational Introduction to Statistics
STATS 721 Foundations of Stochastic Processes
STATS 727 Foundations of Applied Time Series Analysis
URBPLAN 701 Urban Planning Contexts
URBPLAN 703 Urban Planning and the Environment

Or

30 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure

At least 15 points from:
CIVIL 703 Project Management
CIVIL 716 Engineering Risk Management
CIVIL 729 Humanitarian Engineering
CIVIL 731 Water Resources Modelling
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENERGY 722 Energy Technology
ENGGEN 769 Research Methods for Engineers
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 702 Engineering Decision Making in Aotearoa
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

Up to 45 points from:
COMPSCI 752 Big Data Management
ENVMGT 741 Social Change for Sustainability
ENVSCI 711 Assessing Environmental Effects
GEOG 712 Land, Place and Culture
GEOG 714 Mobilities and Wellbeing
GLMI 705 People, Performance And Well-being
GLMI 706 Working in an Age of Uncertainty
GLMI 708 Critical, Creative And Strategic Thinking
LAWENVIR 723 Climate Change Law
LAWPUBL 745 Special Topic: Constitutions and Customs in the South Pacific
LAWPUBL 749 Special Topic: Indigenous Persons: Law and Policy
POPLHLTH 717 Health and Society
POPLHLTH 725 Environmental Health
POPLHLTH 726 Health Protection
POPLHLTH 760 Principles of Public Health
STATS 707 Computational Introduction to Statistics
STATS 721 Foundations of Stochastic Processes
STATS 727 Foundations of Applied Time Series Analysis
URBPLAN 701 Urban Planning Contexts
URBPLAN 703 Urban Planning and the Environment

30 points:
ENGGEN 792 Research Project
Or
ENGGEN 794 Research Project

A student who has to complete 180 points in the MInfraAssetMgt must satisfy the following requirements:

Research Masters

45 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure
ENGGEN 769 Research Methods for Engineers

45 points from:
CIVIL 703 Project Management
CIVIL 716 Engineering Risk Management
CIVIL 729 Humanitarian Engineering
CIVIL 731 Water Resources Modelling
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
COMPSCI 752 Big Data Management
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENERGY 722 Energy Technology
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 702 Engineering Decision Making in Aotearoa
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment
ENVMGT 741 Social Change for Sustainability
ENVSCI 711 Assessing Environmental Effects
GEOG 712 Land, Place and Culture
GEOG 714 Mobilities and Wellbeing
GLMI 705 People, Performance And Well-being
GLMI 706 Working in an Age of Uncertainty
GLMI 708 Critical, Creative And Strategic Thinking
LAWENVIR 723 Climate Change Law
LAWPUBL 745 Special Topic: Constitution and Custom in the South Pacific
LAWPUBL 749 Special Topic: Indigenous Persons: Law and Policy
POPLHLTH 717 Health and Society
POPLHLTH 725 Environmental Health
POPLHLTH 726 Health Protection
POPLHLTH 760 Principles of Public Health
STATS 707 Computational Introduction to Statistics
STATS 721 Foundations of Stochastic Processes
STATS 727 Foundations of Applied Time Series Analysis
URBPLAN 701 Urban Planning Contexts
URBPLAN 703 Urban Planning and the Environment

90 points:

CIVIL 794 Thesis

Taught Masters:

There are two options for the Taught Masters.

45 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure
ENGGEN 769 Research Methods for Engineers

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 716 Engineering Risk Management
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 702 Engineering Decision Making in Aotearoa
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 703 Project Management
CIVIL 729 Humanitarian Engineering
CIVIL 731 Water Resources Modelling
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
ENERGY 722 Energy Technology
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

Up to 75 points from:
COMPSCI 752 Big Data Management
ENVMGT 741 Social Change for Sustainability
ENVSCI 711 Assessing Environmental Effects
GEOG 712 Land, Place and Culture
GEOG 714 Mobilities and Wellbeing
GLMI 705 People, Performance And Well-being
GLMI 706 Working in an Age of Uncertainty
GLMI 708 Critical, Creative and Strategic Thinking
LAWENVIR 723 Climate Change Law
LAWPUBL 745 Special Topic: Constitution and Custom in the South Pacific
LAWPUBL 749 Special Topic: Indigenous Persons: Law and Policy
POPLHLTH 717 Health and Society
POPLHLTH 725 Environmental Health
POPLHLTH 726 Health Protection
POPLHLTH 760 Principles of Public Health
STATS 707 Computational Introduction to Statistics
STATS 721 Foundations of Stochastic Processes
STATS 727 Foundations of Applied Time Series Analysis
URBPLAN 701 Urban Planning Contexts
URBPLAN 703 Urban Planning and the Environment

Or

45 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure
ENGGEN 769 Research Methods for Engineers

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 703 Project Management
CIVIL 716 Engineering Risk Management
CIVIL 729 Humanitarian Engineering
CIVIL 731 Water Resources Modelling
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENERGY 722 Energy Technology
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 702 Engineering Decision Making in Aotearoa
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

Up to 75 points from:
COMPSCI 752 Big Data Management
ENVMGT 741 Social Change for Sustainability
ENVSCI 711 Assessing Environmental Effect
GEOG 712 Land, Place and Culture
GEOG 714 Mobilities and Wellbeing
GLMI 705 People, Performance And Well-being
GLMI 706 Working in an Age of Uncertainty
GLMI 708 Critical, Creative and Strategic Thinking
LAWENVIR 723 Climate Change Law
LAWPUBL 745 Special Topic: Constitution and Custom in the South Pacific
LAWPUBL 749 Special Topic: Indigenous Persons: Law and Policy
POPLHLTH 717 Health and Society
POPLHLTH 725 Environmental Health
POPLHLTH 726 Health Protection
POPLHLTH 760 Principles of Public Health
STATS 707 Computational Introduction to Statistics
STATS 721 Foundations of Stochastic Processes
STATS 727 Foundations of Applied Time Series Analysis
URBPLAN 701 Urban Planning Contexts
URBPLAN 703 Urban Planning and the Environment

30 points:
ENGGEN 792 Research ProjectOr
ENGGEN 794 Research Project

A student who has to complete 120 points in the MInfraAssetMgt in the Strategic Asset Management and Planning specialisation must satisfy the following requirements:

30 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 702 Engineering Decision Making in Aotearoa
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering

At least 15 points from:
CIVIL 729 Humanitarian Engineering
CIVIL 731 Water Resources Modelling
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
ENERGY 722 Energy Technology
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

Up to 45 points from:
ENVMGT 741 Social Change for Sustainability
GEOG 712 Land, Place and Culture
GEOG 714 Mobilities and Wellbeing
GLMI 705 People, Performance And Well-being
GLMI 706 Working in an Age of Uncertainty
GLMI 708 Critical, Creative and Strategic Thinking
LAWENVIR 723 Climate Change Law
LAWPUBL 745 Special Topic: Constitution and Custom in the South Pacific
LAWPUBL 749 Special Topic: Indigenous Persons: Law and Policy
POPLHLTH 717 Health and Society
POPLHLTH 725 Environmental Health
POPLHLTH 726 Health Protection
POPLHLTH 760 Principles of Public Health
URBPLAN 701 Urban Planning Contexts
URBPLAN 703 Urban Planning and the Environment

Or

30 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure

At least 15 points from:
CIVIL 729 Humanitarian Engineering
CIVIL 731 Water Resources Modelling
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENERGY 722 Energy Technology
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 702 Engineering Decision Making in Aotearoa
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

Up to 45 points from:
ENVMGT 741 Social Change for Sustainability
GEOG 712 Land, Place and Culture
GEOG 714 Mobilities and Wellbeing
GLMI 705 People, Performance And Well-being
GLMI 706 Working in an Age of Uncertainty
GLMI 708 Critical, Creative and Strategic Thinking
LAWENVIR 723 Climate Change Law
LAWPUBL 745 Special Topic: Constitutions and Customs in the South Pacific
LAWPUBL 749 Special Topic: Indigenous Persons: Law and Policy
POPLHLTH 717 Health and Society
POPLHLTH 725 Environmental Health
POPLHLTH 726 Health Protection
POPLHLTH 760 Principles of Public Health
URBPLAN 701 Urban Planning Contexts
URBPLAN 703 Urban Planning and the Environment

30 points:
ENGGEN 792 Research Project
Or
ENGGEN 794 Research Project

A student who has to complete 120 points in the MInfraAssetMgt in the Network Management and Systems specialisation must satisfy the following requirements:

30 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 716 Engineering Risk Management
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering

At least 15 points from:
CIVIL 703 Project Management
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

Up to 45 points from:
COMPSCI 752 Big Data Management
ENVSCI 711 Assessing Environmental Effects
STATS 707 Computational Introduction to Statistics
STATS 721 Foundations of Stochastic Processes
STATS 727 Foundations of Applied Time Series Analysis

Or
30 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure

At least 15 from:
CIVIL 703 Project Management
CIVIL 716 Engineering Risk Management
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

Up to 45 points from:
COMPSCI 752 Big Data Management
ENVSCI 711 Assessing Environmental Effects
STATS 707 Computational Introduction to Statistics
STATS 721 Foundations of Stochastic Processes
STATS 727 Foundations of Applied Time Series Analysis

30 points:
ENGGEN 792 Research Project
Or
ENGGEN 794 Research Project

A student who has to complete 180 points in the MInfraAssetMgt in the Strategic Asset Management and Planning specialisation must satisfy the following requirements:

45 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure
ENGGEN 769 Research Methods for Engineers

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 702 Engineering Decision Making in Aotearoa
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 729 Humanitarian Engineering
CIVIL 731 Water Resources Modelling
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
ENERGY 722 Energy Technology
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

At least 15 points from:
ENVMGT 741 Social Change for Sustainability
GEOG 712 Land, Place and Culture
GEOG 714 Mobilities and Wellbeing
GLMI 705 People, Performance And Well-being
GLMI 706 Working in an Age of Uncertainty
GLMI 708 Critical, Creative and Strategic Thinking
LAWENVIR 723 Climate Change Law
LAWPUBL 745 Special Topic: Constitution and Custom in the South Pacific
LAWPUBL 749 Special Topic: Indigenous Persons: Law and Policy
POPLHLTH 717 Health and Society
POPLHLTH 725 Environmental Health
POPLHLTH 726 Health Protection
POPLHLTH 760 Principles of Public Health
URBPLAN 701 Urban Planning Contexts
URBPLAN 703 Urban Planning and the Environment

Or

45 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure
ENGGEN 769 Research Methods for Engineers

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 729 Humanitarian Engineering
CIVIL 731 Water Resources Modelling
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENERGY 722 Energy Technology
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 702 Engineering Decision Making in Aotearoa
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

At least 15 points from:
ENVMGT 741 Social Change for Sustainability
GEOG 712 Land, Place and Culture
GEOG 714 Mobilities and Wellbeing
GLMI 705 People, Performance And Well-being
GLMI 706 Working in an Age of Uncertainty
GLMI 708 Critical, Creative and Strategic Thinking
LAWENVIR 723 Climate Change Law
LAWPUBL 745 Special Topic: Constitution and Custom in the South Pacific
LAWPUBL 749 Special Topic: Indigenous Persons: Law and Policy
POPLHLTH 717 Health and Society
POPLHLTH 725 Environmental Health
POPLHLTH 726 Health Protection
POPLHLTH 760 Principles of Public Health
URBPLAN 701 Urban Planning Contexts
URBPLAN 703 Urban Planning and the Environment

30 points:
ENGGEN 792 Research Project
Or
ENGGEN 794 Research Project

A student who has to complete 180 points in the MInfraAssetMgt in the Network Management and Systems specialisation must satisfy the following requirements:

45 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure
ENGGEN 769 Research Methods for Engineers

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 716 Engineering Risk Management
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 703 Project Management
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

At least 15 points from:
COMPSCI 752 Big Data Management
ENVSCI 711 Assessing Environmental Effects
STATS 707 Computational Introduction to Statistics
STATS 721 Foundations of Stochastic Processes
STATS 727 Foundations of Applied Time Series Analysis

Or

45 points:
CIVIL 765 Infrastructure Asset Management
ENGGEN 726 Climate Adaptation of Infrastructure
ENGGEN 769 Research Methods for Engineers

At least 30 points from:
CIVIL 703 Project Management
CIVIL 716 Engineering Risk Management
CIVIL 766 Road Asset Management
CIVIL 782 Water Resources Engineering
DISMGT 701 Disaster Risk Management
DISMGT 703 Disaster Management and Resilience
ENGSCI 755 Decision Making in Engineering
ENVENG 701 Urban Stormwater Management
ENVENG 750 Advanced Sustainability Engineering
ENVENG 752 Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment

At least 15 points from:
COMPSCI 752 Big Data Management
ENVSCI 711 Assessing Environmental Effects
STATS 707 Computational Introduction to Statistics
STATS 721 Foundations of Stochastic Processes
STATS 727 Foundations of Applied Time Series Analysis

30 points:
ENGGEN 792 Research Project
Or
ENGGEN 794 Research Project

For all official programme information, including regulations about entry, enrolment, fees, examinations, and requirements for degrees, diplomas and certificates, see the University Calendar.

Where could this programme take you?

There is a significant demand for qualified asset infrastructure management professionals across a range of disciplines. Potential career paths include data management and analytics, or senior roles in investment planning applications and management of linear infrastructure networks (pipes, roads and power networks). Employers in network management, maintenance and renewal planning, councils, government-owned assets and other utilities are leading the search for professionals in the field. This growing demand aligns with increasing expenditure in infrastructure both in New Zealand and globally for the next 20 years.

Jobs related to this programme

  • Asset Management Engineer
  • Climate Adaptation Planner
  • Infrastructure Asset Manager
  • Infrastructure Asset Planner
  • Infrastructure Investment Analyst
  • Principle Tunnels and Building Asset Manager
  • Project and Programme Manager
  • Senior Asset Manager

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