Study structure

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In the new degree program, students receive a comprehensive overview of the essential content and competencies in the areas of mobility, transport and infrastructure. By choosing two (out of six) focal points, each with 12 credits, special knowledge is deepened in two subject areas in transport that correspond to potential professional fields.

These transportation science contents are supplemented by further subject-specific courses amounting to 12 credits (module "Transportation Supplement"). In addition, a total of 30 credits must be taken from non-transportation science subjects:

  • Advanced Mathematics/Computer Science (12 credits),
  • Law in transportation (6 credits),
  • Economics (6 credits) and
  • Key qualifications (6 credits).

The interdisciplinary approach and the combination of competencies from the fields of planning, engineering, economics and law enable graduates to understand and evaluate the complex interrelationships between the individual sub-areas of transportation. Finally, in the master's thesis with colloquium (24 credits), students apply their newly acquired knowledge by independently answering a question from the fields of mobility, transport and infrastructure.

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