• Faculty of Engineering
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The Master of Road Safety Engineering is a programme that is relevant to the country's current needs in dealing with road safety issues. The focus of the program is to provide in-depth knowledge and exposure to theoretical and practical learning in the road safety.
The syllabus for the course offered will be evaluated from time to time according to the needs of the industry and sector related to the application of impactful education practices.

Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO)

Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO)  Taxonomy Category (C/P/A)


PLO 1: Demonstrate continuing advanced knowledge and able to further develop the knowledge in solving complex road safety problems.    

C


PLO 2: Analyze complex road safety problems or issues critically and provide solutions through the application of specialized concepts and / or methods.  

 C


PLO 3: Apply and design appropriate solutions to road safety problems using appropriate research methods, tools and approaches.   

 C, P


PLO 4: Communicate ideas and rationales using appropriate methods as individuals or groups, experts or non-experts ethically, critically and professionally. 

 C, A


PLO 5: Demonstrate competency by combining digital technology as well as appropriate software and statistics in resolving complex road safety issues and problems.     

C, P


PLO 6: Demonstrates high leadership, responsible and interpersonal skills in planning and management of road safety project. 

 A


PLO 7: Identify the need for continuous and sustainable professional development and entrepreneurial elements in the context of road safety. 

A


PLO 8: Demonstrate adherence to ethical and professional codes of practice in planning and execution of the technical or research project relevant to road safety. 

A

Mode of Study

BY COURSEWORK (FULL TIME) OR (PART TIME)
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Full-time refers to studies followed by students with a minimum of 14 credits in one normal semester.
Part-time refers to studies followed by students with a maximum of 14 credits in a normal semester.

Career Path

  • ROAD SAFETY AUDITOR
  • HIGHWAY ENGINEER
  • TRANSPORT PLANNER
  • ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
  • TRAFFIC ENGINEER
    .

Course Content Structure

List of Subject
Core Subject 
Credit Hour
1
Research Methodology 
3
2
Project Management
3
3
Research project
12
4
Traffic Engineering and Safety
3
5
Road Safety Management
3
6
Data Analytic Applications in Road Safety
3
7
Road Safety Audit and Traffic Risk Analysis
3
8
Traffic Crash Analysis
3
 
Sub-Total Credit Hour
33
Select 3 electives (3 credit hour) from ANY subjecbelow:
Human Behaviour in Road Safety 
Intelligent Transport System in Road Safety
Sustainable Transport System
Traffic Modelling, Simulation and Safety
Urban Transport Planning and Safety
Vehicle Safety System
3
3
3
3
3
3
Sub-Total Credit Hour
9
TOTAL CREDIT HOUR
42

Last Update: 21/11/2022