Master of Science in Engineering (MScEng)

The Master of Science in Engineering degree (EM024CIV01 or EM023CIV01) is available to candidates with undergraduate degrees in engineering. It requires the completion of three of the Centre’s courses totalling 60 credits, the selection of which requires the approval of the responsible supervisor, and a 120-credit part dissertation (CIV5000Z). Alternatively the degree can be undertaken as a full 180-credit dissertation (CIV5000W) without any coursework.

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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