To complete the MSc, all students must undertake modules T-01 to T-06 in the Autumn Term and three further modules, from those running, in the Spring Term. Students undertaking the MSc with Business Management or Sustainable Development take four transport modules in autumn and two transport modules in the Spring Term.
Furthermore, four designated pathways are offered to students in the selection of their spring term option units. In addition, students are allowed, if they wish, to select their own pathways freely.
Not all modules run in each year.
Transport MSc Syllabus
[Note: Pre- and co-requisites apply with certain modules]
Spring Term - Designated Pathways
Note: pathways are contingent on the relevant modules running. Minimum registration for each module is normally 12 students.
Modelling and Analysis
Optional: At least one of
Transport Policy and Planning
CI9-T-09, CI9-T-11, CI9-T-29
Institute of Civil Engineers Membership
At least three of
CI9-T-07, CI9-T-08, CI9-T-09, CI9-T-29, CI9-T-11
CI9-T-20, CI9-T-24, CI9-T-11
Optional: One of
This term you will complete your individual dissertation.
Modules which cannot be taken with Business Management
CI9-T-03 Transport Engineering and Operations; CI9-T-06 Transport Policy (both offered in the autumn term).
CI9-T-08 Road Traffic Theory and its Application; CI9-T-17 Intelligent Transport Systems (both offered in the spring term).
The following modules cannot be taken in combination.
CI9-T-07 Highway Engineering; CI9-T-14 Advanced Transport Modelling
Add-on modules in Business Management
Each of these options comprise 120 hours of study and are taken as an alternative to the modules listed above.
Syllabus for Business Management
- CI9-B1 Microeconomics
- CI9-B5 Innovation in Civil Engineering
- CI9-B3 Project Management
- CI9-B4 Business Environments and Construction Law
These options also have some entry requirements, to find out more see the Business Management page.