Transport & Mobility

Technological University Dublin - City Campus


Course Name Transport & Mobility
Course Provider Technological University Dublin - City Campus
Course Code DT920
Course Type Postgraduate
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Masters (Level 9 NFQ)  More info... Major TU Dublin Level 9 NFQ
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Attendance Options Part time, Daytime
Location (Districts) Dublin City Centre
Qualification Letters MArch
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Start Date: January 2019

Application Date Closing Date: 4th January 2019
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Duration 2 Years - Part Time

The programme is delivered over a four-semester cycle. Student intake is normally on an annual basis, depending on demand, with January course intakes.

The components of the programme based on contact hours (i.e. lectures, tutorials, and seminars) are presented during the four semesters (years 1 and 2).

During the third and fourth semesters, students are required to prepare a research and dissemination project.
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Entry Requirements

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1. An appropriate honours (minimum 2.2 grade) degree;
2. An ability to demonstrate current professional practice OR a minimum of three years experience in transport planning or a related discipline will ...

Comment Location: College of Engineering & Built Environment, DIT, Bolton St, Dublin 1
Course Content


The Master of Science in Transport and Mobility is a multi-disciplinary programme delivered by a team drawn from a range of professional backgrounds across the College of Engineering and Built Environment at DIT. The programme is des...

Subjects Taught

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The programme exposes students to both traditional and emerging toolkits. The transport planner requires familiarity and competence in a range of skillsets, including but not exclusive to: transport assessment, mobility management...

Assessment Method Assessment

Assessment is by examination and coursework, however a large portion of the programme is assessed by practical project-work, undertaken both individually and in teams. Because students are normally practising professionals from different disciplines, the course provides scope for a considerable degree of inter-disciplinary learning and evaluation of experience both within the student group as well as between lecturers and students.
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The MSc is jointly delivered by the DIT School of Civil and Structural Engineering and the DIT School of Transport Engineering, Environment & Planning, within the Dublin Institute of Technology College of Engineering and th...

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