Transport

Transport

The Transport Engineering specialisation will provide you with the essential skills to plan, design, operate and manage infrastructure to achieve safe, economical and environmentally-sustainable movement of people and goods.

This specialisation is designed to cover traditional mathematical and engineering methods, while considering and examining multidisciplinary issues such as environmental and social impact, economics and public policy.

It also delves into the principles of efficient transport network design, transport modelling and system analysis as well as projective planning and the implications of emergent transport technologies and systems.

Unit of study Credit points A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session

Transport

Students complete 18 credit points to achieve this specialisation.
Students complete 6 credit points from the following:
CIVL3704
Transport Informatics
6    A MATH1005 AND CIVL2700. Understanding of statistical inference. Familiarity with the urban transport network and basic concepts in transport studies.
N ENGG2851
Semester 1
Students complete 12 credit points from the following:
CIVL5701
Transport Networks
6    A CIVL2700 OR CIVL9700
Semester 2
CIVL5702
Traffic Engineering
6    A (CIVL2700 OR CIVL9700) AND (MATH1001 OR MATH1021) AND (MATH1003 OR MATH1023) AND MATH1005 AND ENGG1801. Basic statistics through regression analysis, differential and integral calculus, computer programming.
Semester 1
CIVL5703
Transport Policy, Planning and Deployment
6    A CIVL2700
N CIVL3703 OR CIVL9703
Semester 1
CIVL5704
Transport Analytics
6    A CIVL3704 OR CIVL9704
Semester 2
Units taken for the specialisation will also count toward requirements of the Civil stream.