The Master Degree in Transport Systems Engineering aims at providing Students with high-level qualifications, so as to allow them to perform and manage a wide variety of activities connected with planning, programming, operating, monitoring transport systems and their components.
The professional skills of a Transport Systems Engineer include:
- methods to design transport systems: formulation of dimensional and performance specifications for system components;
- models for mobility of people and goods, for transport supply on multi-modal networks, for demand/supply interaction and equilibrium calculation;
- design and implementation of transport systems (technical and economic aspects), transport and mobility plans on different levels;
- on-line and off-line models for transport system operations and management;
- monitoring and ex-ante/ex-post assessment of mobility solutions from the technical, economic and environmental point of view.
The program is organized into modules. It is composed by 120 ECTS as follows:
- 4 modules concerning the characterizing disciplines (48 ECTS);
- 4 modules concerning the characterizing disciplines chosen by the student in a optional group (24/48 ECTS);
- 2 modules concerning integrative disciplines (12 ECTS);
- 2 modules freely chosen by the student with suggestions in coherence with educational purposes of the Master Degree (12 ECTS):
- Other education activities proposed by the student (3 ECTS);
- Thesis work (21 ECTS)
The Master is directly open for Students with Engineering Bachelor’s degree.
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Last updated September 19, 2016