Infrastructure and Transport Management
Transport and infrastructure is the physical fabric that binds society together. The movement of people and the goods and services we produce is a vital part of economic and business activity and is critical to our well-being. Major transport links and other key infrastructure such as electricity and telecommunications networks are expensive to build and maintain. These multi-billion dollar projects are decisions that captivate the attention of the public but have complex objectives which have real impacts on society with sometimes controversial outcomes. It is, therefore, important to understand the travel demands of an economy, to carefully and strategically plan and assess new infrastructure requirements, and efficiently manage and maintain existing assets. In this specialisation students examine infrastructure and transport from a planning, policy, and management perspective and are provided with the theory and tools to be able to successfully plan, assess, manage, and finance large transport and infrastructure projects.
(1) a 6 credit point foundational unit of study:
- ITLS5100 Transport and Infrastructure Foundations.
(2) 24 credit points in elective advanced units of study. Students are required to complete at least one Infrastructure (Table A) elective and at least one Transport (Table B) elective for this specialisation. The elective options are as follows:(i) Table A electives – Infrastructure:
- ITLS6106 Infrastructure Appraisal
- ITLS6500 Decision Making on Mega Projects
- ITLS6501 Infrastructure Financing.
- ITLS6102 Strategic Transport Planning
- ITLS6103 Sustainable Transport Policy
- ITLS6105 Traffic and Mobility Management
- ITLS6107 Applied GIS and Spatial Data Analytics.
- ITLS5200 Quantitative Logistics and Transport.
Being at the heart of economic activity, a degree in transport and infrastructure management is a platform for diversified career opportunities. Graduates have been employed by airlines, airports, tourism and global freight companies. They are found at local, state, and federal government level, developing and implementing transport policies. Opportunities exist within investment agencies dealing with privatisation or infrastructure firms that invest in, build and manage large-scale projects such as toll roads or airports. Transport professionals are in short supply and in demand globally.
Camperdown / Darlington Campus
Specialisation study mode
On-campus day, On-campus evening
Related subject areas
Aviation and Maritime Management and Logistics, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Accounting, Business Sustainability, Finance, International Business, Marketing, Project Management, Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.