University of Technology Sydney

SMJ10175 Transport Engineering

The Transport Engineering sub-major focusses on the application of principles of physics, psychology, economics and technological uplift in the design and delivery of transport infrastructure. Students learn how to design, operate, maintain and manage transport infrastructure and systems to provide safe, efficient and comfortable travel for the community. Specifically, students gain skills in traffic and transport planning, transport impact assessment as well as road and pavement design that can aid in achieving a sustainable transport system. The sub-major imbibes training skills related to safe, efficient, rapid, convenient, comfortable, economical and environmentally acceptable movement of goods and people.

Assumed study includes 48370 Road and Transport Engineering.

Completion requirements

Select 6 credit points of options:  6cp
49106  Road Engineering Practice 6cp 
49102  Traffic and Transportation 6cp 
Select 18 credit points of options:  18cp
49257  Geographic Information Systems 6cp 
49258  Pavement Analysis and Design 6cp 
49106  Road Engineering Practice 6cp 
49102  Traffic and Transportation 6cp 
16233  Urban Planning Process 6cp 
Total  24cp