This MSc Transportation Economics from TU Dresden tackles the issue of mobility, which determines participation in social and economic life, the spatial structure of society and the extent of traffic-related environmental impacts. Their design faces immense challenges. This includes means of transport (automated driving, electric vehicles, drones, high-speed trains), the organization of transport (intermodal mobility, sharing technologies, mobility platforms, use of large amounts of data), the transport infrastructure (intelligent roads, charging stations) and the financing of mobility (user financing) before far-reaching changes. This results in extensive transport management and methodological tasks on an operational, social and methodological level.
The compulsory area (25 credit points) provides the well-founded methodological knowledge for this course. In the compulsory elective area (95 credit points), two of the five specializations offered, one of five research seminars, as well as supplements from the areas of transport economics, economics, business administration, transport engineering and technical languages as well as an internship can be selected.
Domestic and foreign as well as internationally operating companies, associations or public organizations, national and international organizations, public administrations, associations, ministries, politics and policy advice, research and teaching institutions, in particular with traffic-related or in the field of data science.
- Operations Research and Logistics
- Methods in Transport Policy
- Spatial Economics and the Environment
- Theoretical Multivariate Statistics
- Methods in Data Analytics
- 24 months
- 48 months
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DisciplinesEconomics Statistics Transport Management View 118 other Masters in Economics in Germany
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- A prerequisite for admission to the course is a first professional university degree recognized in Germany or a degree from a state or state-recognized vocational academy in the field of transport or economics or in the MINT area (mathematics, computer science, natural science and technology) or a Graduated from another course of study with a strongly quantitative focus. In addition, special knowledge in the areas of economics, business administration and quantitative methods (mathematics, statistics, econometrics, operations research, programming, data analytics) is required.
- In addition, knowledge of English at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is required.
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- No tuition fee. Students have to pay an administrative charge of about 270 EUR per term.
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