Bachelor’s degree programme 6.1004 Transport Technologies

Qualification awarded: 
Bachelor in Transport Technologies
Level of qualification : 
Bachelor
Specific admission requirements: 
None: enrolment is held on general terms of entry
Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning: 
None
Key learning outcomes: 
Designing of the logistics delivery systems and systems of public transport routes, the traffic handling cost estimation, making an examination of road traffic accidents, traffic schemes designing and transport modeling of the urban area.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples: 

During the transport process control the Bachelor justifies and makes decisions in typical situations using the modern information technology, scientific achievements in the transport sector, the management methods and forms; searches for the new opportunities, obtains and uses resources from different sources for posed problems solving, pressing for efficiency increasing of the transportation organization. Bachelor of Transportation Technologies is an independent profession with its own professional and specific tools and skills. Such specialist can work in the transport departments of enterprises and ensure all types of transport interactions or organize client servicing providing a wide range of services.

Access to further studies: 
Bachelor in Transportation Technologies may continue his/her studies at the second cycle degree (Master) in such majors: Organization and Regulation of Traffic and Transportation Organization and Management of Motor Transport.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading: 
The modules (academic disciplines) results are estimated with the help of running and semester control. Finals is carried out in the form of an exam or a differentiated credit test on the basis of the educational material, volume of which is determined by the semester educational program of module (academic discipline). In order to evaluate students’ knowledge of each module (academic discipline) the 100-points scale is used, marks of which are converted into the ECTS scale (A, B, C, D, E, FX, F) and into the national scale («excellent», «good», «satisfactory», «unsatisfactory»). For a general evaluation of student’s achievements there are used rating which is determined by the averaging student’s marks received during the semester controls and additional characteristics (research papers, successful results of knowledge evaluation, participation in contests etc.).
Graduation requirements: 
The final control (state exam) of learning outcomes is carried out in the form of Bachelor’s thesis defense during which the students’ skills and knowledge level are evaluated in order to establish the correspondence of acquired competencies to normative requirements.
Mode of study: 
Full-time
Programme director: 
Associate professor of Transportation Technologies Department A. Bilous