This course builds on learning from the previous High Speed Rail & Infrastructure courses. It is a 120-credit top-up degree programme, consisting of four 20-credit taught modules and one 40-credit project module on a topic related to high speed rail. The taught modules focus on economic, social and environmental sustainability and systems engineering.
Learners can expect to progress into employment with an organisation linked to the design, construction or operation of high-speed rail.
As the course features systems engineering, students may wish to seek progression as an Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) with the International Council for Systems Engineering (INCOSE).