BCom Hons in Transport Economics

General

Program Description

The programme has two core subjects: transport planning and transport policy. These subjects, together with a range of module choices, as well as logistics management are aimed at equipping students with the necessary knowledge and skills to make a meaningful contribution in the field of transportation management. Students are required to take Research Methodology to assist them in conducting research for the assignments in each subject. Industry advisory boards ensure the relevance of the subject matter. Students that have completed this course are often employed in government, parastatals, the private and public sector operators of transport services as well as beginning their businesses.

Admission requirements

Student access will be provided to the student who is in possession of a Baccalaureate qualification on NQF Level 7 that included a relevant subject as a major. BTech students should have a final year average of 65% and BCom students a final average of 60%, and with Logistics as a major.

Please be advised that all Honours applications are subject to a screening process. Applicants will be advised if they have been accepted.

Contact details

Name: Ms A Kasoojee
Tel: +27 (0)11 559 2464 / adeelak@uj.ac.za

Registration and Start Dates

Registration starts in January and lectures in February for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate course work programmes.

All research programmes for Masters and PhD can register throughout the year.

End Date: Academic starts in January and ends in December. Programme deadline is determined by the duration of the programme.

Last updated Aug 2019

About the School

Vibrant, multicultural and dynamic, the University of Johannesburg (UJ) shares the pace and energy of cosmopolitan Johannesburg, the city whose name it carries. Proudly South African, the university i ... Read More

Vibrant, multicultural and dynamic, the University of Johannesburg (UJ) shares the pace and energy of cosmopolitan Johannesburg, the city whose name it carries. Proudly South African, the university is alive down to its African roots, and well-prepared for its role in actualising the potential that higher education holds for the continent’s development. Read less