Meeting the challenges and demands of managing increasingly complex land transport systems in today’s dynamic urban landscape require professionals to have a multi-disciplinary skills set. In partnership with the Land Transport Authority (LTA), the Master of Management [Urban Transportation] programme equips students with organisational management skills as well as specialised knowledge in urban transport management. This enables graduates of this programme to play a leading role in policy formulation, planning, management and operations of land transport systems in cities around the world. The programme leverages on the global experience and expertise of senior professionals, scholars and researchers in transport- and management-related fields.
The curriculum for the Master of Management [Urban Transportation] programme consists of 60 credit units (cu) comprising 13 courses. The 13 courses are grouped under two main categories: Managing Organisation and Business Function (30 cu’s consisting of 7 courses), and Urban Transport Management (30 cu’s consisting of 6 courses).
- BUS511 Managing Sustainable Operations
- BUS512 Accounting and Finance for Managers
- BUS513 Managing & Leading to Achieve Organisational Excellence
- BUS515 Corporate Governance, Social Responsibility and Enterprise Risk Management
- BUS531 Sustainability Management
- ECO531 Managerial Economics and the Global Economy
- UTM505 Transport Economics
- UTM507 Integrated Transport Policy
- UTM509 Public Transport Management
- UTM517 Infrastructure Financing and Project Planning
- UTM521 Sustainable Development and Transport Planning
- UTM523 Urban Railway Systems
Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree or an equivalent qualification from a recognised institution.
For SUSS graduate programmes that are conducted in the English Language, you must meet the English Language Proficiency Requirement (ELPR)* if your undergraduate degree is not awarded by an English-medium university, or your undergraduate degree is awarded by an English-medium university but the language of instruction was not English.
* at least an IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5, or a TOEFL score of 580 (paper-based) or 85 (internet-based), or a PTE Academic score of 58, or C1 Advanced score of 180 [score must be obtained within the last 2 years at point of application].
Applicants with an undergraduate degree that was conducted in English but awarded by a non-English medium university must produce an official letter from the university to certify as such in order to seek waiver of the ELPR requirement.
In addition, you will need to meet these minimum requirements:
- An interest in transport or related areas
- A high level of motivation
This programme is currently unable to take in international students, i.e., you must be a Singapore citizen, permanent resident or a resident in Singapore (e.g., Employment Pass holder) in order to apply for admission.