Transport Engineering Major

As well as being a fully trained Civil engineer, the Transport major extends your skills to incorporate planning, design, operation and management of infrastructure to achieve safe, economical, and environmentally sustainable movement of people and goods. The major in transport engineering covers traditional mathematical and engineering methods, and also considers multidisciplinary issues such as environmental and social impact, economics, and public policy.

Knowledge of transport issues is of great benefit to graduates in any broad engineering professional situation. Graduates with a transport major are expected to work in the planning, design, construction, management or operation of road, rail, air or sea infrastructure and systems anywhere in the world.

This major best aligns with the Civil stream.

Unit of study table

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

Transport Engineering Major

Unit of study table

Complete 24 credit points of units of study as follows:
Complete all 18 credit points of the following:
CIVL3703
Transport Policy, Planning and Deployment
6    A CIVL2700
Semester 1
CIVL5701 City Logistics (available from 2019)
CIVL5702 Transport Planning Models (available from 2019)
A maximum of 6 credit points from any other CIVL 3000-level, 4000-level or 5000-level unit from the Civil Engineering Stream Core or Specialist table may be taken.