Want to know what you will get out of a Masters Degree in IPIS?
IPIS students are prepared to assess the state of critical infrastructure systems and to learn strategies to protect such systems from natural and man-made hazards. Among many other practical skills, you will learn to develop mitigation strategies to minimize damage to critical infrastructure systems through engineering design and policy alternatives.
As a graduate student at Carleton, you have access to a variety of professional development resources. These include skill workshops, one-on-one career and writing consultations, career-oriented events, and even structured programs. Challenge yourself by acquiring new skills that can help you boost your employability. To learn more, visit the Graduate Professional Development website at carleton.ca/gradpd.
What about jobs?
Students graduating from our program find employment in a number of federal, provincial and municipal governments in addition to opportunities in Canada’s NCI Sectors including energy, transportation, IT and telecommunication, health, finance, and safety. Our program now offers co-op for eligible students, which can provide invaluable professional experience and bridging opportunities.
- Aviation Policy Analysts
- Chief Security Officers
- Cyber Security Consultants
- Business Continuity Consultants
- Risk Analysts
- Cyber Defense Officers
- Senior Leaders in Policing, Security and Intelligence
- Transportation Engineers
- Mining and Defense Consultants
- IM&IT Specialists
- Mission Security Operations