North Carolina State University (NCSU)
The imperative motivating the Graduate Certificate in Disaster Resilient Policy, Engineering and Design is to educate the next generation of practitioners and scholars to apply knowledge gained in the classroom and in the field to reduce the rise in disaster losses and assist communities to adapt to a changing climate. The aims of the certificate reflect the NC State vision of “Think and Do”, to include using evidence-based information, assessing existing policy constraints and opportunities, and visually depicting examples of policy achieved through good planning, engineering and design.
Certificate tracks include: 1) Policy, 2) Design and 3) Construction, Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Technical knowledge to be obtained and applied by students in this graduate certificate program include:
Applicants must have an overall (or major) GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4-point scale for admission into the Graduate Certificate Program in Disaster Resilient Policy, Engineering and Design. An application for acceptance into the Graduate Certificate Program is required for all new students. Students must complete the Graduate School application, found here.
Those applicants who are currently enrolled in an NC State graduate degree program must be in good standing; they need only provide the graduate student Certificate Plan Data Entry form, found here. New applications will be reviewed by the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning. Registration procedures, registration dates, and course availability for each semester can be found on the NCSU Registration and Records webpage here.
To apply click here.
Gavin Smith, Professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
27 Aug 2020