Transport Modelling & Planning - Micro-Credential

Trinity College Dublin

 

Course Name Transport Modelling & Planning - Micro-Credential
Course Provider Trinity College Dublin
Course Code DPEEG-TMPL-1M09
Course Type Postgraduate
Apply To Course provider
Attendance Options Part time, Daytime, Blended
Location (Districts) Dublin City Centre
Qualification Letters P.Grad.Cert
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Next Intake: September 2023
Application Date Closing Date: 12th August 2023
Application Weblink Web Page - Click Here
Duration 12 weeks.

How will this Micro-credential be delivered?
• 33 hours lectures (3 hours per week).
• There will be blended delivery with all lectures recorded live while also giving the option for face-to-face lectures.
Link to Course Fee Web Page - Click Here
Entry Requirements Admission Requirements
• Applicants must have a 2.1 grade in a level 8 degree in Engineering or a cognate discipline
• CV & Transcript (2:1)
Number of Places 5
Course Summary Who is this Micro-credential for?
• Transport professionals, planners, and policymakers that need to interact with macro transport models and interpret their outputs.
Course Content

Expand+• The models used in this micro-credential follow the structures mandated by the National Transport Authority and will provide the learner a comprehensive overview of the structure of these models and as such would be valuable to those requiring kn...

Assessment Method How is this Micro-credential assessed?
• Individual assignment – examining public transport planning. Students will present a written report (20%).
• Individual assignment – modelling transport emissions. Students will present a written report and detailed analysis (30%).
• 3-hour examination (50%).
Further Enquiries Course Coordinator
Daniel Wearen - wearend@tcd.ie

Course Director
Brian Caulfield

Email
General Enquiries: micro-credentials@tcd.ie
Course Coordinator: Daniel Wearen - wearend@tcd.ie
Course Director: Brian Caulfield - brian.caulfield@tcd.ie
Course Web Page Web Page - Click Here