The Infrastructure Protection and International Security (IPIS) program brings together the core principles of critical infrastructure engineering and multi-hazard threat risk assessment with an awareness of the policy framework and options for protection of national critical infrastructure (NCI) systems.

The program combines the unique resources of the Faculty of Engineering and Design and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs to deliver to deliver a multi-disciplinary program designed to bridge current gaps between these two groups.

NEW! Master of Engineering in Infrastructure Protection and International Security!

The Master of Engineering in Infrastructure Protection and International Security is now available for eligible students beginning the program in Fall 2015, and will allow engineers from various backgrounds to specialize in our unique area of study and graduate with a valuable degree designation. See more here

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