Science, Technology and Infrastructure Policy
The STIP concentration is intended to assist MPA students in developing the knowledge and skills to work in policy/project analysis, project planning, implementation (including financing and construction) and operations in the areas of science, technology and infrastructure policy.
Students can approach the concentration from various perspectives, drawing on Cornell's strengths in engineering, finance, planning, economics, environmental and resource management, policy analysis and sustainability studies. MPA graduates with this concentration will be equipped to work in either the public or private sector and across those sectors.
Representative Science, Technology, and Infrastructure Policy Coursework
PAM 5340: Regulation and Infrastructure Policy
CEE 5970 Risk Analysis and Management
PADM 5320: Public Systems Modeling
CEE 4630: Future Transportation Technologies and Systems
CEE 4640: Transportation Systems and Design
PADM 5410: Non-Profit Finance, Management, and Leadership
PADM 5755: Infrastructure Policy
*Consult the Course Guide for a more comprehensive list of course offerings.
Representative Science, Technology, and Infrastructure Policy Employers (Full Time and Internships)
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
International Finance Corporation
Harris County Public Infrastructure Department
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
New York City Department of Transportation
US Department of Transportation
The World Bank
Representative Science, Technology, and Infrastructure Policy Occupational Titles
For more information on opportunities through our Science, Technology, and Infrastructure Policy concentration:
Capstone Project: EFII As You Sow