Resilient Networks

Resilient Networks

Resilient Networks

Transportation Engineering and Mobility

Study Plans Common Subjects


Common Subjects

A significant amount of common topics are shared by all curricula, ensuring that 65% of the teaching schedule is shared. This is an optimal compromise between a solid common transport engineering culture and the flexibility to accommodate your aptitude and professional vision.

Year Semester Subject ETCS
1 1 Language skills 3
1 1 Positioning and location-based services 9
1 1 Systems and Control Fundamentals 9
1 1 Electric Systems in Transportation 9
1 2 Road safety 9
1 2 Intelligent Transportation Systems 9
1 2 Machine Learning and Big Data 9
1 2 Lab Smart Infrastructures 2
2 2 Lab / Internship 7
2 2 MSc Thesis 12

Resilient Networks

Build your professional skills on Resilient Networks. Physical infrastructures are often old, and the problem of keeping them efficient and safe is a crucial issue. Local failures quickly propagate in terms of network efficiency, with possible disruptive effects, requiring duly analyses and remediation strategies for improving both local and global resilience of transportation networks for freights and passengers.

Specific Subjects

Structural Health Monitoring

1st semester, 9 ECTS

Sustainable Road Materials

2nd semester, 9 ETCS

Railway and Transit Services

2nd semester, 9 ETCS

Resilience of Geotechnical Systems

2nd semester, 6 ETCS

Key information for entry

Awards Level 2
Mode of Study Full Time
Duration 2 years
Location 21, via Claudio - 80125 Napoli (Italy) -

Entry Requirements:

Candidate students require a level 6 qualification (or above), according to the European Qualifications Framework (EQF). Moreover, they should provide evidence of English language proficiency at level B2 or above (otherwise, individual English proficiency testing could be done immediately after enrolment). For non-EU candidate students, a B2 English certificate is strictly needed. A certificate issued by the bachelor's degree University or an MOI (Medium of Instruction) certificate is also accepted.

The MSc in Transportation Engineering And Mobility preferably requires a bachelor's in Engineering. Otherwise, particular conditions must be checked:

  • At least 36 ETCS in basic sciences (maths, physics, etc.)
  • At least 39 ETCS in industrial engineering, information, and communication technology, or civil engineering; of these, at least 18 ETCS in civil engineering.

Non-EU candidates must follow a pre-admission roadmap for obtaining a visa to study in Italy.

For more admission information, see the relevant web page.