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MSc Transportation Planning and Engineering pathways

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Give your career a competitive boost with one of our degrees in Transportation Planning and Engineering. You’ll gain advanced skills and capabilities as you study a wide range of topics. From the fundamentals of modelling and economics through to the application of software and planning tools, you’ll be investigating real-life examples from around the world.

You’ll graduate with the most up-to-date knowledge and skills for your future career, as our courses are created in association with our MSc Transportation Planning and Engineering Industrial Advisory Board.

Explore your masters in Transportation Planning and Engineering

With three different pathways available you can choose a course to meet your needs.

The rapid pace of change in the modern world, driven by processes of globalisation, urbanisation and climate change, creates significant and conflicting stresses on key infrastructure systems, particularly those relating to transport. 

Presenting transport planners and engineers with an ever-increasing set of challenges, such as:

As a Southampton alumni, you’ll join a community who are playing a leading role in finding solutions to solve these challenges and create resilient, sustainable transport systems.

I studied for my Master's part-time over two years while working, my employer supported me and gave me a day off a week to come to University.
The variety of modules was impressive. Some, like transport modelling and planning, related directly to my day-to-day work, others gave me completely new insights. Improving my knowledge of statistics was also very useful. Through my postgraduate studies, I wanted to understand and keep up to date with new developments in the global transport system because in my job we tend to focus on what’s going on in the UK.

Discover world class facilities

Engineering facilities can be found at both Highfield and Boldrewood Innovation Campuses. Boldrewood is home to the UKCRIC National Infrastructure Lab

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