Namibia University of Science and Technology Transport Management
The Bachelor of Transport Management is a three – year degree programme that is aimed at equipping qualifying students with applied competencies in:
- understanding and interpretation of transport safety and traffic management,
- transport economics,
- management and regulatory principles.
The aim of this programme is to establish Transport Management qualifications at Bachelor degree level with exit points at Certificate and Diploma level for people in the Transport and Logistics industry that will enable them to perform their respective duties at various levels professionally. The students will be trained for a market dealing with all areas of Transport Management which includes Road Safety & Infrastructure Management, Transport Economics, Legal Framework and Transport Operations Management, as well as preparation for positions in the workplace. The Bachelor of Transport Management degree is designed to be at NQF Level 7 with 400 credits, including credits allocated to the 1st year Certificate and 2nd year Diploma exit levels.
In addition to the General Admission Requirements (Regulation GI2.1) and Mature Age Entry Scheme (Regulation GI2.2) as contained in Part 1 of the Polytechnic Yearbook. Students shall write a special English test (not a placement test) which they should pass with at least 50 % to be admitted into the programme. Admission under the Mature Age Entry Scheme shall also consider Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Students who successfully completed the Transport Management bridging programme will also be eligible to enroll for this programme.