Academics

Department of Transportation Engineering and Management

graduate program

Offered Programs:

Graduate Program

Degrees Offered
» Masters Degree Course in Transportation Engineering
» Ph.D. Degree in Transportation Engineering
 
Description for Degrees

The Department of Transportation Engineering and Management was established in February 2006 under the Faculty of Civil Engineering, UET, Lahore. The department offer Bachelor and Postgraduate degrees in Transportation Engineering. The establishment of this department was demand based to improve existing transportation infrastructure, which in the present situation is in relatively mismanaged and becoming overly congested. In order to coup with this challenge, the department offers quality engineering education to students in the field of transportation engineering, comparable with accredited international standards as well as catering the industrial, technological and research needs of the country.  The department is looking forward to strengthen University-Industry relationship, which is vital for producing trained and skilled work force having extended focus on innovation, value addition and entrepreneurship. The development of transportation infrastructure depend on developing a larger cadre of transportation professionals capable of planning, designing, constructing, managing, operating, and maintaining of various modes of transportations as airways, seaways, highways, railways and pipeways. Furthermore, overall awareness of transportation of the general public is also the concern of the department, necessary to ensure community and financial support for future transportation projects.

M.Sc. Degree in Transportation Engineering

Admission Requirement
The department accepts the following 1st class degree students, for M. Sc. Transportation Engineering:

  • Bachelor in Transportation Engineering (First Division or CGPA=3.00 Min) or
  • Bachelor in Civil Engineering (First Division or CGPA=3.00 Min)

Courses of Study
The Department of Transportation Engineering and Management offers Master degree course in Transportation Engineering, on part-time basis/evening classes. The course consists of lectures, design/practical work, laboratory/field investigations, presentations and research thesis. The important areas of concentration include:

  • Transportation Planning and Engineering
  • Geometric Design and Highway Safety
  • Traffic Engineering
  • Railway and Airport Engineering
  • Pavement Design and Material Characterization

Ph.D Degree in Transportation Engineering

Eligibility Criteria :

The following eligibility criteria for admission in Ph.D. Degree in Transportation Engineering should also be fulfilled:

1-B. Sc. Transportation Engineering (First Division or CGPA=3.00 Min)

OR

BSc. Civil Engineering (First Division or CGPA=3.00 Min)

2. Holds M. Sc. Degree in disciplines of Engineering or Transportation Management

M. Sc. in Transportation  Engineering


Course No.

Subjects

Examination Marks

Hours

Part-I (Theory)

Part-II

 

 

Sessional

Viva Voce

Credit

Contact

Compulsory Subjects (Minimum six are required)

TE-501

Transportation Planning and Engineering

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-502

Geometric Design and Highway Safety

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-503

Pavement Analysis and Design

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-504

Traffic Engineering

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-505

Airport Planning and Design

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-506

Railway Engineering

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-513

Asphalt Mix Design and Construction

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-516

Field Investigation for Transportation Structures

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

Elective subjects (any two of the following).

TE-507

Pavement Evaluation and Rehabilitation

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-508

Planning for Traffic Safety and Injury Prevention

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-509

Pavement  Management Systems

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-510

Highway Construction Materials and Equipments

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-511

Harbour and Dock Engineering

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-512

Bridge and Tunnel Engineering

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-513

Asphalt Mix Design and Construction

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-514

Pavement Distress Identification and Preservation

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-515

Statistical Analysis with Computer Application

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

TE-517

Soil Dynamics

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

GE-501

Advanced Soil Mechanics

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

GE-502

Foundation Engineering-I

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

GE-503

Foundation Engineering-II

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

GE-504

Dam Engineering

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

GE-505

Geotechnical Investigation

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

GE-506

Soil Improvement Techniques

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

GE-508

Rock Engineering

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

SE-502

Reinforced Concrete Structures

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

SE-504

Prestressed Concrete

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

SE-506

Seismic Design of Structures

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

HI-508

Drainage Engineering

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

HI-511

Application of RS & GIS in Civil Engg.

100

60

40

2+1

2+2

HI-512

Soil Erosion & Watershed Management

100

60

40

2+1

2+2