Bachelor of Transport Economics

General information about the study course

The Bachelor of Transport Economics is the first six semesters study period finished with the Bachelor examination and the graduation as bachelor of Sience (B.Sc.). It is followed in the second period by the consecutive Master study program of Transport Economics (four semesters).
The bachelor's study course are devided into modules. The module exams are passed course-related. During the six-semester course students have to aquire 180 credit points including the Bachelor thesis.

Period of study 6 Semester
Graduation Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Admission requirements
  • general qualification for university entrance
  • or internationally accepted entry standards for university study
TU-internal Numerus clausus (admission restrictions)NC current value of the previous year:  available here
 
Begin of study winter semester
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Specialisation (2 of 6 has to be choosen)
  • Management of Transportation and Logistics Companies
  • Spatial Economics
  • State and Markets in Transport
  • Traffic Econometrics and Traffic Modeling
  • Communications Economics and Management
Language of study courses German