Master Air Transport Planning and Management MSc Part Time - Máster en Planificación y Gestión de Transporte Aéreo
Full-time - MSc: 1 year; PgDip: 1 year; PgCert: 1 semester; Part-time - MSc: 3 years; PgDip: 2 years; PgCert: 1 year
Transport engineering is about efficiently moving people and goods through the use of scientific principles.
Journeys may be made by foot, bicycle, private motorised transport and public transport. The varied means of transport available require infrastructure comprising either of public rights of way or dedicated systems such as railways, which need to be sized, designed, built and maintained.
Taken together, transport and its infrastructure has significant impacts on society and the environment and these impacts need to be estimated.
The MSc Transport Engineering and Planning provides systematic knowledge and skills in the analysis and design of transport systems which are grounded in advanced engineering science, statistical modelling and planning theory and practice.
To apply for a Taught Masters postgraduate course at LSBU you need one of the following:
- IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 580 (Paper) or 237 (Computer) or 90 (Internet)
- Licenciado/Título de Ingeniero/Título de Arquitecto, average 6.0-6.9 (old grading system), or 1.5 in new grading system
For Postgraduate Diploma and Masters courses the normal entry qualification is an Honours degree or equivalent. For some Postgraduate Diplomas alternative qualifications are accepted along with relevant work experience. The University considers each application on its merits and is prepared to admit candidates who can demonstrate they have reached the normal entry requirements on the basis of prior experiential learning.
Analysis and design of transport systems
Asset management and project appraisal
Highway and railway engineering and operations
Safety, survey techniques and quantitative methods
Transport society and planning
Advanced structural design
Finite elements and stress analysis
Urban design - the heart of planning
Property development and regeneration
Sustainable places (fsv)
Employment prospects for graduates of the MSc Transport Engineering and Planning remain very good in the long term. Transport infrastructure is one of the most significant assets which a country possesses and there will remain a strong need for skilled professionals working in transport engineering and planning. Successful students will enter into a variety of positions with employers which might include:
Designing and constructing transport systems
Procuring and maintaining transport systems, including central and local government agencies
Financing transport systems who need specialist transport engineering and planning knowledge to assist in financial assessments of proposed schemes involving private sector finance
Management of transport operations