Master of Philosophy (MPhil) specialising in Transport Studies

MPhil by coursework

The taught Master of Philosophy specialising in Transport Studies (EM027CIV06) requires the completion of three core courses totalling 60 credits, approved elective courses totalling a minimum of 60 credits, and an approved 60-credit minor dissertation (CIV5037Z). Progression to the research project is conditional on the candidate attaining a weighted mean mark of 55% in core coursework.

Core courses

Integrated land use – transport planning (CIV5038Z) Course description

Management of transport supply and demand (CIV5035Z) Course description

Transport demand analysis and project assessment (CIV5132Z)  Course description 

Credits: 20 credits per course

MPhil by research

It is also possible to undertake the Master of Philosophy specialising in Transport Studies as a research degree (EM026CIV06), either requiring the completion of three of the Centre’s courses totalling 60 credits (the selection of which will require the approval of the responsible supervisor) and a 120-credit part dissertation (CIV5041W), or a full 180-credit dissertation (CIV5040W) without any coursework.

Elective courses can be chosen to suit students’ area of specialisation.

Elective courses

Integrated land use – transport planning (CIV5038Z) Course description

Management of transport supply and demand (CIV5035Z) Course description

Transport demand analysis and project assessment (CIV5132Z)  Course description 

Transport modelling (CIV5133Z)  Course description

Discrete choice modelling and stated choice survey design (CIV5127Z)  Course description

Public transport policy and regulation (CIV5070Z)  Course description

Public transport system design and operations management (CIV5071Z)  Course description

Local area transport planning, management and design (CIV5036Z)  Course description

Non-motorised transportation (CIV5039Z)  Course description

Credits: 20 credits per course

 

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