Contribute to healthy city futures with our Graduate Certificate of Urban Informatics.
You’ll gain the skills and knowledge required to respond to the growing challenges of mass urbanisation, including accommodating dense populations, responding to climate change, public health, housing affordability, and growing spatial complexity.
You’ll learn why multi-dimensional approaches to urban planning are needed, and how to embrace creative and speculative design thinking, and engage with people, data and advanced technologies.Graduates will be prepared to make meaningful contributions in careers as specialist urban informatics consultants.
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12 months part-time
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