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Program of Transportation Engineering

Program code: 7580205

Duration: 4 years (8 semesters)

Commencing: 1st Semester 1: 15th Aug.

                         2nd Semester 2: 02nd Jan.

Total credits:   140 credits.


The training program is chosen and referred to the world's Top 100 universities’ programs and the professional program is characterized by good background knowledge, in-depth specialized instruction, and great social skills. Transportation Engineering programmer is designed to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, calculation, development, and operational evaluation of  bridge and highway systems for the physical movement of vehicles, people, and information, including general network design and planning, facilities planning, transportation management systems, needs projections and analysis, site evaluation, and cost analysis.

Careers and employability:

Our close working relationships with a large number of key companies means that throughout your degree you’ll be exposed to industry and prepared for a career in a professional environment.

More than 95% of our recent graduates have successfully secured a professional or managerial role within one year of graduating.

Students will have the opportunity to take part in a number of internship  opportunities or may also choose to study abroad.

Entry requirements: The applicants are required to pass the Entry examination. The applicant can choose one of two options: Maths, Physics, and Chemistry; or Maths, Physics, and English.

Why study:

Department of Transportation Engineering is the first choice for the overwhelming majority of our students. Here you’ll find superb facilities, teaching excellence and a high quality vocational education.

Career focused programmers: The integrated programmer ensures that the vast majority of our graduates find work or further study within twelve months of graduating. The lecturers for your chosen course will have good industry contacts to help you with placements and future career opportunities.

Program structure:

1.General education: 51 (credits)

Political theory: 10

Science – Social sciences:02

Natural sciences:15

Foreign language (English):15

Support skills:05


2.Professional education: 89  (credits)

Basic knowledge:35

Professional knowledge:43

Internship and Thesis: 11

Total:140 (credits)

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