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Master of Science 

Infrastructure Planning (MIP)

Standard Period of Study: 4 semesters
Teaching Language: English
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How is the program structured?

Modules offered in MIP include:

  • Integrated Case Study
  • Urban Planning, Regional Planning
  • Transport Planning and Modeling
  • Statistics and Information Processing
  • Introduction to GIS
  • Social Aspects of Planning
  • Ecological Aspects of Infrastructure Planning
  • Development Policy and Planning
  • Energy Supply
  • Water and Waste Management
  • Economics
  • Project Appraisal, Planning and Financing
  • Tendering, Contracting and Project Management
  • Integrated Case Study

All students have to complete the nine mandatory modules, but the selection of the four elective modules (out of a catalogue of more than 10) allows for individual specialization. Also, students are free to choose the Master’s thesis topic from the whole catalogue of fields tought in MIP to specialize in a topic relevant to their individual career plans. They can work on a topic from their home country, from the international context, or they can choose a project in Germany.

MIP does not include compulsary internships.  


The Module Guide describes the modules and the required courses belonging to the module. The Module Guide (also called module handbook) is published in the Campus Management System C@MPUS [de].


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Elke Schneider

Course Director

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Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Markus Friedrich

Head of Chair for Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering

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