School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Transportation Planning and Policy
School of Psychology
Newcastle Upon Tyne, England
You take compulsory modules (40 credits) in: transport policy in practice; management and operation of public transport systems; intelligent transport systems and e-services; research methods.
For the MSc you also take optional modules (40 credits) from: spatial strategies; land economics; urban design and conservation; infrastructure, mobility and society; planning systems and institutions; the reflective practitioner; sustainable communities; urban design and conservation project; regenerating places. In addition you take a further 20 credits from: environmental impact and evaluation of transport activities; traffic management techniques; the economic and financial appraisal of transport activities; public enquiry into a transport scheme; project management; railway management, economics and planning; design of transport infrastructure; travel demand forecasting; road safety. For the Diploma you select your optional modules from those listed or from those offered by Newcastle University Business School.
MSc students then complete a research project written up as a dissertation (80 credits) and Diploma students complete a 40-credit dissertation.