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    Advanced Diploma
    in Transportation
    16 Month Programme: 128 credits
    Fees Per Credit - 2019: R 295
    Module Fees Are Revised Annually

Advanced Diploma in Transportation Management

The purpose of the AdvDip (Transportation Management) is to provide both theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of Transportation Management for prospective students who are currently middle managers, or aspire towards middle management, in order to apply the principles of transport management in their working environment. 

The programme makes provision for the development of knowledge and applied competence related to transport policy and legislation, transport planning and management, logistics processes and practices, project management and transport operations and costing.  

The inclusion of research methodology and a research project, as well as a practical simulation module in which students will be required to apply their acquired theoretical knowledge to current industry-related challenges, offers students the opportunity to balance theory and practice.

The exit-level outcomes of the AdvDip (Transportation Management) programme are aligned with the level descriptors stipulated on Level 7 of the NQF, since students are required to apply theoretical knowledge to complex problems and to present such application as a well-structured argument using academic discourse. Each module in the AdvDip (Transportation Management) programme contributes to achieving Level 7 level descriptors, because students are expected to demonstrate integrated knowledge of the central areas of one or more fields:

Identify, analyse, evaluate, critically reflect on and address complex problems; manage processes in unfamiliar and variable contexts
Develop their own ideas and express them using appropriate academic, professional or occupational discourse

Admission Requirements: 

An appropriate Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree. An applicant must hold a relevant NQF Level 6 qualification or an equivalent NQF level 6 International qualification with Transportation as major module.

Alternatively, an applicant must have completed the UJ bridging programme for entering the Advanced Diploma in Transportation Management.

A SAQA equivalence certificate must be provided for international qualifications equivalent to NQF 6 Level for admission.

Have a question? Email enquiries@online.uj.ac.za or phone 0800 980 364 (toll-free)

Reasons To Enrol In A UJ Online Programme

Our online programmes are carefully designed to make earning an accredited university qualification possible for students from all walks of life.

Students benefit from the rigour of a traditional programme, made accessible online.

No Travel Required

6 Start Dates Per Year

Pay Per Module

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Compulsory Modules - 128 Credits

This module guides the students through the research process and presents sound research principles and methods. Students should develop competencies and practical skills in the range of decisions relating to the research process and be able to conceptualise and conduct a research project.
The module is intended to develop the student’s ability to acquire skills in planning and managing projects. The student will be able to apply the required techniques and methodologies of project management to successfully manage a project from start to finish.
The module is intended to develop the student’s ability to acquire skills which will enable him/her to analyse and implement decisions at the tactical and operational level in the logistics environment of a company or organisation. The module will provide students with critical information for improving processes in both manufacturing and services industries
The purpose of this module is to introduce students to the role and importance of transport operations and costing within an African context, and to develop the competency to analyse, evaluate and implement information on various aspects of transport operations in order to resolve transportation problems, maximise profitability and satisfy customer needs.
The purpose of this module is to enable students to acquire knowledge, skills and applied competence in comprehending the concept, role and framework of transport policy as well as understanding the application of relevant transport legislation, with particular focus on the South African context. Students will learn how policy is formulated and applied in order to resolve contemporary transport challenges. Students will also learn how to interpret the legal provisions of relevant transport legislation.
The purpose of the module is to provide students in the transport industry, with skills and competence in planning and managing transport for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods as well as contributing to the delivery of sustainable transport. The student will learn the techniques and methodologies of transport planning and management needed to make decisions, or to provide the necessary information for others to make policy decisions.
This module is intended to develop the student’s ability to integrate transportation management/logistics theory in a practical application through a simulated distribution environment.
In this module, students complete a research project allowing them to conduct research on a specific research problem related to the transportation industry. They are required to source and/or collect and analyse data, interpret their findings, draw meaningful conclusions and offer recommendations pertaining to the related research problem.

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