The curriculum is designed to provide participants an in-depth and comprehensive education with a cross-sectional approach to infrastructure management, including spill-overs to policy and law. The curriculum builds upon a variety of theories and frameworks, and prepares participants to develop effective leadership skills and drive infrastructure businesses towards excellence.
|TERM||FINAL COURSE LINEUP||CREDIT|
|term 1||RISK ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT||0.5|
|INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE - PART 1||1.0|
|INFRASTRUCTURE ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP||1.5|
|TERM 2||SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN INFRASTRUCTURE||1.0|
|LEADERSHIP AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT||0.5|
|CONTRACT AND STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT||1.0|
|term 3||INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE - PART 2||1.5|
|PROCURING PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS||0.5|
|STRATEGIC THINKING AND SCENARIO PLANNING||1.0|
|TERM 4||INFRASTRUCTURE REGULATION||0.5|
|LEGAL ISSUES AND CONTRACTING IN INFRASTRUCTURE AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION||1.0|
|GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR INFRASTRUCTURE BUSINESS||0.5|
Note: Some of the courses may undergo modification at the time of delivery.
Participants would work in small groups to complete the project. They would be encouraged to work in small groups as the discussion in such groups will also contribute to the learning experience. However, these groups will be small, to ensure that all participants contribute to the effort meaningfully.