Master of Engineering Management (MEM)
Transportation Infrastructure Management
A fundamental need of civilization in the 21st Century is the development of urban habitats that are both environmentally sustainable and functionally dependable for people and society. To meet these challenges, the Department of Urban and Infrastructure Engineering had been introduced in 2008. This department aims to provide the students, background of planning, design and management of urban communities. Its objective is to deliver capacity building and value addition to the youths of the society in the form of “Urban & Infrastructure Engineer”. This objective is well served with state-of-the-art teaching facilities and dedicated faculty members. The department also keeps close coordination with other local and international stakeholders such as City District Government, Karachi (CDGK), Jinnah Post-graduate Medical centre and University of Mississipi (USA) for research-based sharing of knowledge and service oriented activities. In December 2012, the department signed a MOU with Transport Research Institute University of Hasselt, Belgium, Instituut voor Mobiliteit (IMOB) that includes collaborative research in the fields of traffic congestion, faculty and student exchange (using virtual environment teaching), value addition short courses, joint PhD programmes, as well as the reduction of the annual tuition fee (equivalent to European nationals) for students of NED for their Master’s study at Instituut voor Mobiliteit (IMOB), Belgium.
Common Electives Courses