Proper movement of goods and people are essential to the country development. For a developing country, the need for high quality transport and infrastructure facilities is vital to cater for both the urban and rural development. The right policy and workable planning and engineering input are therefore very pertinent to the developing countries.
To enhance the professional understanding of the links between the transport services, land use and economic development, the Department of Urban and Regional Planning is offering a M.Sc. course in Transport Planning tailored to the needs of most developing nations. The course is recognised by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation (CILT) and the Chartered Institute of Transport (United Kingdom).
The course analyses the transport situation and the related policies and strategies in cities of both developed and developing countries. It examines current urban transport problems, the needs for movement and access, the existing systems of transport and the experiences of the public and private sectors in providing transport facilities.
Both traffic management and road design requirements for the developing countries are emphasized.
- Analytical Methods and Optimization
- Logistics Systems
- Sustainable Transportation
- Transportation Systems and Policies
- Logistics Engineering and Management
- University Subject
- Dissertation I
- Dissertation II
- Dissertation III
MODE OF STUDY
A total of 40 credit hours is required to complete the programme. The programme is run in mixed mode format whereby 50% of the credits are obtained through taught courses while the remaining 50% are obtained through research.
LIST OF COURSES BY SEMESTER
-Analytical Methods and Optimization
-Transportation Systems and Policies
-Logistics Engineering and Management
Dr. Muhammad Zaly Shah Muhammad Hussein
Tel: +607 5537452
Fax: +607 5566155