MSc 2 years part-time (block taught)
Road and Vehicle Safety can mean many different things to many people because addressing traffic injury on today's roads is now seen as a multifaceted and integrated process.
Improvements to vehicle crashworthiness, braking and handling are part of a system which includes road and infrastructure design, driver assistance and driver performance. More than ever before, there is a need to monitor the interaction between safety systems to gauge their effectiveness and to guide new developments.
Modules in this programme are assessed by a mixture of examination and coursework. The Masters project assessment is predominantly based on a written dissertation though marks are also awarded for an interim progress report of 2000 words.
Candidates should possess a numerate first degree or equivalent. Other qualifications plus relevant employment experience may be acceptable. A formal interview may be conducted as part of the admissions procedure.
These are in addition to the General Entrance Requirements.
Careers and Further Study
The course aims to promote research skills in students and traffic safety practitioners through an extended Masters project. This may also be used as a platform to study for a research degree.
Sponsorships and Scholarships
None identified as yet.