Masters in Transport Planning & Engineering (Online)
The Masters in Transport Planning and Engineering is an Online MSc from Edinburgh Napier University, and an industry credited programme which offers a gateway to a promising career in the transport management professions.
The Masters in Transport Planning and Engineering degree will enhance your knowledge and understanding of the transport systems while studying various transport modelling and appraisal techniques from both a theoretical and practical point of view, allowing you to develop efficient transport strategies for a range of potential scenarios.
The Masters in Transport Planning and Engineering is delivered by academic experts in the field, as well as transport practitioners and researchers.
Benefits of a Masters in Transport Planning & Engineering
On successful graduation, students will be well equipped to analyse the major transport issues faced by society and utilise the techniques to resolve these transport problems.
Industry relevant teaching – Students will benefit from the university’s links within the industry and transport research community.
Students will have access to the university online support services and be assigned a personal tutor. The university’s virtual learning environment provides students with access to learning material and offers an online platform to network with fellow students from across the globe.
Successful graduates will be qualified to pursue a career with major transport consultancies, a local authority or a government agency, anywhere across the globe.
A Bachelor (Honours) degree (2:2 or above), with a background in Civil Engineering, Social Sciences, Geography, or Maths.
Candidates with lesser qualifications maybe be considered if they possess sufficient relevant work experience within the industry.
If English is not your first language, you may need to undertake an approved English language test. You can discuss the available options with your personal academic consultant.
- Traffic Engineering Design
- Transport Demand Management and Road Safety
- Transport Policy
- Public Transport
- Transport Economics and Appraisal
- Transport and Traffic Models
- Dissertation (60 credits)