Subjects

Transportation

Overview

Transport Engineering aims to ensure safe and efficient movement of people and goods by land, sea and air. This encompasses the planning, design, construction, maintenance and operation of transport systems, including their economic, social and environmental impacts. Sound management of the transportation infrastructure is crucial to the continued economic growth of cities, towns, businesses and individuals.

Areas of study

Transportation is specifically concerned with transportation engineering - traffic engineering, transport and land use planning, highway engineering, pavement materials and management systems, road safety and crash investigation. It is available to those with some work experience and/or qualifications in transportation within engineering, science or planning.

You can study Transportation in the following programmes:

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Career opportunities

This specialisation aims to address the major shortage of suitably trained transportation engineering professionals. It is anticipated the programme will enable graduates to take leading roles in planning, evaluating, designing, constructing, maintaining, and operating the transport infrastructure. The programme will also provide valuable background expertise for those wishing to enter into the management of the transport infrastructure or to begin to pursue a career in research and development.

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