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Undergraduate Studies in Transportation Design

When you complete three to five years of undergraduate study in a fine arts, social sciences or humanities field, you may earn a BA, or Bachelor of Arts. This degree can signal to employers that you have a basic knowledge of the subject you studied. What is a BA in Transportation Design? Transportation deals with the machines and tools that move people and goods from one place to another, includin… Read more

When you complete three to five years of undergraduate study in a fine arts, social sciences or humanities field, you may earn a BA, or Bachelor of Arts. This degree can signal to employers that you have a basic knowledge of the subject you studied.

What is a BA in Transportation Design? Transportation deals with the machines and tools that move people and goods from one place to another, including trains, cars, boats and planes. The design aspect comes in with aesthetics, sustainability and efficiency. Possible courses include engineering, alternative fuel sources, aquatic safety and future market trends. Some programs include the opportunity for hands-on learning.

Some skills you can gain during this program include fine motor skills, an eye for detail and critical thinking. With fine motor skills and an eye for detail, you can tackle problems involving small pieces. Critical thinking helps design solutions to such problems.

Tuition varies between universities and degree programs. To determine the cost of your degree, you need to know what sort of fees the school you'll attend has. It is also helpful to research book costs and decide whether you will move, commute or attend classes online.

With a bachelor’s degree in transportation design, you can look for a career in many different facets of transportation. On the engineering side, you can apply for a position as a car, bike, yacht or other vehicle designer. Planning out transportation routes, like a civil engineer does, is another career you can pursue. Looking to the future can mean a job as a company innovator or researcher helping convert vehicles to new fuel sources.

Because transportation needs are universal, this subject can be studied nearly anywhere in the world. Narrow your search by deciding on one kind of transportation to study and looking for schools that excel in that area. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology (APIIT)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Exciting opportunities exist as interior and exterior designers in automotive and transport companies, and as design consultants. Some graduates choose to launch their own bus ... +

Exciting opportunities exist as interior and exterior designers in automotive and transport companies, and as design consultants. Some graduates choose to launch their own business. Students learn a range of transferable skills that can be applied to land, sea and air projects. -
BA
Full-time
3 years
English
Campus
 

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