Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Graduate Certificate in Green Infrastructure will teach you how to use vegetation to improve urban environments for their residents.You'll take cross-disciplinary approaches to the planning, design and management of green infrastructure to improve city environments, including urban trees, green roofs and walls, and water-sensitive urban design. This course offers a great skills-development program for urban planners and managers, as well as new or established horticulturalists. All classes are delivered in intensive workshops over one week, followed by online activities.
50 credit points, comprising one core subject (12.5 points): Green Infrastructure for Liveable Cities, plus electives (37.5 points) selected according to your interests.
- Green Infrastructure for Liveable Cities
- Designing Green Roofs and Walls
- Water Sensitive Urban Design
- plus more
Standard entry requirements
- An undergraduate degree
- Documented relevant work experience (equivalent to two years of employment in a green infrastructure field).
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