Transport Engineering - CVENVS8538

Stream Summary

Faculty: Faculty of Engineering

School: School of Civil and Environmental Engineering


Program: 8538 - Engineering Science


Master of Engineering Science (Specialisation)

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Stream Outline

The specialisation in Transportation Engineering and Planning provides students with advanced study options in transport planning and engineering including various aspects of traffic flow theory, transport modelling, traffic management and control, transport demand modelling, and advanced algorithms used in optimization and planning of transportation systems. Technical professionals will have the opportunity to learn the core fundamentals of current practice in this field and to develop skills in analysis and design of transport systems with an understanding of traffic modelling and simulation, and engage with state-of-the-art technologies. Ideally suited for both practising transportation engineers and recent graduates planning a career in transport engineering

Stream Structure

Professional Development Courses - 24 UOC (4 courses):
A selection of professional development courses appropriate to the student's specialisation will be determined by the specialisation authority. Courses outside this list can be given approval by application to the specialisation authority.

Specialisation Courses - 24-36 UOC (4-6 courses):

Students at least take 24 UOC of the following courses.
The availability of the courses may vary from semester to semester and courses may be offered in alternate years. Courses outside this list can be given approval by application to the specialisation authority. Please check School's website for current information.

Engineering Technical Management - 12-24 UOC (2-4 courses)

A listing of Engineering Technical Management courses can be found here

Project Courses (0-24 UOC)
Students may take CVEN9901, CVEN9930 or CVEN9950 depending on the program they are enrolled in, their performance in courses and the approval of the specialisation authority.

Study Levels

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