As part of ongoing work to develop the range of courses offered by UAS Technikum Wien, the Bachelor program “Transport and Environment” will not be accepting any new students as of the 2018/19 academic year. This means it will no longer be possible to enroll for this study program. The key aspects from the “Transport and Environment” program (BVU) will, in future, be included in the curricula of other Bachelor programs. The Master study program “Integrative Urban Development – Smart City” continues to represent an interesting option for this subject area.
The Transport and Environment bachelor’s degree program is a technical program that prepares students for the transport systems and mobility services of the future. Students develop basic knowledge of information technologies; interdisciplinary knowledge of transportation sciences, sensor technology, and automated data acquisition, and basic environmental knowledge. In this program, you will learn to:
- Analyze mobility problems and develop technical solutions
- Create mobility services based on functional requirements
- Plan the technical aspects of complex telematics systems and analyze them
- Select the right information technologies for technical concepts and plan and carry out implementation
- Select hardware and software for integrated telematics solutions and implement them
- Use traffic planning methods to design overall traffic solutions
- Program web applications and apps for mobile devices
→ More information: Curriculum of the Transport and Environment bachelor’s degree program
What will I be able to do in the field after earning this degree?
Graduates of the Transport and Environment degree program are highly sought-after on the job market thanks to their interdisciplinary knowledge.
- They work in a wide variety of industries, including transportation, logistics, and public administration.
- For example, they work as project employees, hardware and software developers, researchers, and employees at environmental technology companies.
- Their typical tasks include designing and implementing telematics systems, developing software to support transportation and environmental applications, and developing mobility services.
→ More information: Career prospects for Transport and Environment specialists
What are the admission requirements?
You must have one of the following to apply for the Transport and Environment bachelor’s degree program:
- Matriculation exam (HTL, AHS, or BHS Matura)
- Vocational matriculation exam
- University entrance qualification exam in a relevant field
- Relevant vocational training with additional qualification (an entrance exam or qualification exam at UAS Technikum Wien)
What advanced programs does UAS Technikum Wien offer?
- Master’s degree program in Integrative Urban Development – Smart City and 16 other master’s degree programs
- Project and Process Management master’s course and other courses for further training