This program aims to provide the knowledge and skills required by the new approach to infrastructure asset management which combines the engineering elements associated with the design, preservation and rehabilitation of pavements with the economic rationale for optimizing investments while emphasizing environmental sustainability and public acceptance of service levels (social).
The 3ES (Engineering, Economics, Environmental & Social) programme has been structured as a Canadian Master’s degree of 45 North American credits.
The program consists of ten 3-credit courses (6 ECTS credits) and an integrative 15-credit project (30 ECTS credits) for a total of 45 credits (90 ECTS credits).
The academic credit is the unit of measurement of the workload that a student must devote to a course. One (01) credit represents 45 hours of work for the student, so a 3-credit course corresponds to 45 hours of class + 90 hours of personal work.
The professional Master’s Program in road infrastructure management lasts 2 years, including 18 months of courses and 6 months of internship.
Submissions are open each year from April to May.
The selection of the M3ES learners is done by Application analysis and interviews.