MSTT

Master Programme in Transportation System and Engineering (MSTT)

A. INTRODUCTION

The rapid-growing economy resulted in an increase of income, which in turn brought about changes in people’s lifestyle. Such changes, therefore, heightened the demand for transportation, not only city transportation but also inter-city transportation. Since more than half of the Indonesia’s population live in urban areas, the potential problem of public transportation must be anticipated and solved.

The education on transport sector, both undergraduate degree (S1) and postgraduate degree (S2), is the main factor in providing transport system specialists. Magister Sistem dan Teknik Transportasi (Master of Transport System and Engineering) of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Universitas Gadjah Mada (MSTT-UGM) was inaugurated in January 1996 as the answer to the increased demand for the quality of human resources in the field of transport system planning and development in Indonesia.
MSTT has collaboration with several universities, such as:

  • ASIAN Institute of Technology
  • Lund University
  • Karlshure University
  • Linkoping University
  • Chalmers University
  • Royal Institute of Technology
  • Karlstad University

B. PURPOSES

Master in Transport System and Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Universitas Gadjah Mada (MSTT-UGM) aims to train students who have already had the knowledge on transport system to master the advanced skills required for transport system analysis and planning, transport system engineering, and transport management and operation.
The degree obtained in this study program

C. CURRICULUM

The duration of the master programme is 15 months. The credits taken are :

  • REGULAR and MODULAR PROGRAMMES (41 credits are taken in MSTT)
  • SANDWICH PROGRAMMES
    (29 credits in MSTT and 12 credits in other university)
  • DUAL DEGREE PROGRAMMES
    2 Degrees: -From MSTT
    -From Partner University

D. CONTACT PERSON

Please visit : http://www.mstt.ugm.ac.id.
For more information, call The Post Graduate School at (62-274) 524712-13, 902245-48. (Ms. Mukti)