America’s aging infrastructure is crumbling: bridges have collapsed, levees have burst and highways have fallen. Many of our ports, industries and transportation centers, moreover, need to be better secured. Unsurprisingly, there is an increasing demand for skilled professionals who can repair and manage the nation’s infrastructure. NJIT offers a new program – a master’s degree in Critical Infrastructure Systems – that teaches students the skills they’ll need to revamp our infrastructure.
- Study how to improve the nation's highways, bridges, tunnels ports and airports.
- Fuse the study of architecture and civil engineering with information systems and management.
- Get a degree that will make you extremely marketable, for the nation's aging infrastructure must be enhanced.