To complete the MSc students must undertake all core modules in the Autumn Term and four further modules, from those running, in the Spring Term. 

Furthermore, four designated career-oriented pathways are offered to students in the selection of their spring term elective modules. These pathways are provided for guidance only, and students may, if they wish, select freely from the modules on offer.

Module incompatibilities are listed within the individual module descriptors.  

Not all modules run in each year, minimum registration for each module is normally 12 students. Designated pathways are contingent on the relevant modules running.
Autumn Term
ModuleH2URPathways
 CIVE97116 Transport and its Context  Core  N/A
 CIVE97117 Quantitative Methods  Core  N/A
 CIVE97118 Transport Engineering and Operations  Core  N/A
 CIVE97119 Transport Economics  Core  N/A
 CIVE97120 Transport Demand and its Modelling  Core  N/A
 CIVE97121 Transport Policy  Core  N/A
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ModuleH2URPathways
 CIVE97132 Research Project - Transport   Core  N/A
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Spring Term - Designated Pathways

Note: Pathways are contingent on the relevant modules running.
Minimum registration for each module is normally 12 students. 

Pathway 1 -  Modelling and Analysis 

Required: CIVE97125 Quantitative Techniques for Transport Engineering and Planning, CIVE97126 Advanced Transport Modelling
Optional: At least one of CIVE97124 Public Transport, CIVE97127 Intelligent Transport Systems
 

Pathway 2 - Transport Policy and Planning

Required: CIVE97124 Public Transport, CIVE97125 Quantitative Techniques for Transport Engineering and Planning, CIVE97134 Transport, Environmental Impacts and Safety
Optional: N/A
 

Pathway 3 - Institute of Civil Engineers Membership

Required: At least three of CIVE97122 Highway Engineering, CIVE97123 Road Traffic Theory and its Application, CIVE97124 Public Transport, CIVE97134 Transport, Environmental Impacts and Safety, CIVE97125 Quantitative Techniques for Transport Engineering and Planning
Optional: N/A
 

Pathway 4 - Freight Operations

Required: CIVE97129 Freight Transport, CIVE97131 Ports and Maritime Transport, CIVE97125 Quantitative Techniques for Transport Engineering and Planning
Optional: One of CIVE97133 Railway Management Operation and Engineering, CIVE97134 Transport, Environmental Impacts and Safety