|SYLLABUS UNIT AND TEACHING PROGRAM
||Intelligent Transportation System
||Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) is a program intended to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of surface transportation systems through advanced technologies in information systems, communications (ICT), and sensors.
||Transportation Forcasting and Modelling
||The overall aim of this lecture is to develop an understanding of the different approaches to modelling the consequences of transportation planning and policy decisions.
||Traffic and Movement
||Basic concepts of traffic and transport movement in general. Introduction to traffic engineering aspects and review from the economics perspectives and management of transportation
||Public Transport System
||Discussing the urban public transport system, which includes the basic concepts, issues, operational aspects and financing.
||This course examines financial sources for a transportation procurement, which came from public, private and both sector, also a policy related to the transportation financeThis course develop understanding and skill to perform project evaluation in transport, including basic principles of evaluation, as well as some details which have to be considered especially when making a cost benefit analysis, and decision making
||Element and Transportation System
||Basic concepts of the behavior of the transport system in terms of system activity and the traffic system.
||Transportation System Planning
||Basic concepts about the characteristics of goods and passengers movement, the linkage components in the transportation system and the basic concepts of transportation planning.
||Transportation Analitical Method
||This course equip the student with the knowledge about basic principles of transport modelling and introduction to various transport analytical methods
||Building the logics of research process with its associated elements.
||Transportation and Land Use
||This lecture provides the students on understanding of the interaction between transport and land use that happened in the urban area as well as in the regional scale
||Transportation Planning Studio
||Studio aims to provide skills to students in the application of the theories and concepts of transportation planning in case or a real problem on the scale of the city and / or region.
||Thesis is the final requirement to finish the study at the Graduate Program of Transportation. It is a synthesis of all courses that have been given. This course obliges students to take case study related to transportation
||This course provides an understanding in identifiying logistical problems and create solutions using logistic methodologies.
||Transportation and Environment
||This course examines transportation planning and policy making and its relationship to environmental aspects.
||Fundamental concept in transportation operation, standards used in measuring safety performance. The factors that influences the number of accidents, accident analysis methods, mitigation in reducing accidental rate
||Economy and Business for Transportation
||This course studies the concept of economy and business for transportation business and management.
||Pricing concept based on economic theory, principal, kinds, and the function of transportation tariff also policy in terms of transportation pricing
||This course provides an understanding of the management of freight transportation including intermodal distribution and financing.
||Transport Planning and Management
||Learning the procedure and steps on infrastructure and transportation planning, included positioning in multimode transport services development perspectives
||Supply Chain Management
||This course provides an understanding in the supply chain management of transportation
||This course provides an exploration to the principles of economics applied to transportation, mainly the demand side, the supply side, equilibrium, management, and the policy side.
||This subject equips the students with the knowledge of institution theory and its application in transport planning and implementation. Institutional understanding in the context of transportation will be developed both in normative perspective based on theory and in regulation perspective based on forms of existing transport institutions.