Climate Change, Hazards and Green Infrastructure Planning

UMass Amherst


The Graduate Certificate in Climate Change, Hazards, and Green Infrastructure Planning is a nationally-innovative program bringing together planning and design at the urban scale. It equips students with a highly sought after and unique skillset in one of the most pressing topic areas in policy today. The certificate is offered online and in-person.

Please see the program link below for additional details.

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Additional Details

This program welcomes students from a broad range of disciplines, as well as returning professionals. Instructors in this program appreciate the enrichment of knowledge that interdisciplinary and a range of life experiences brings. Students must hold a Bachelor’s degree. Graduating college seniors may apply, particularly for the semester(s) after they graduate with their Bachelor’s degree. Non-degree students are welcome in this program. Non-degree students enroll through UMass University Without Walls; for application, tuition and enrollment policies, see


  • Institution Name: UMass Amherst
  • Department: University Without Walls
  • Address: 350 Campus Center Way, Amherst, MA 01002
  • Website:


  • Name: Elisabeth Hamin Infield
  • Title: Certificate Program Advisor, Professor of Regional Planning
  • Email:
  • Phone: 413-545-0133