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Traffic Engineering

Need for trained road traffic personnel is primarily arising from the strategic choice of Bosnia and Herzegovina to base its transport functioning and development on a high international level, which is essential for inclusion of Bosnia and Herzegovina into the international integrations as well as for the use of the comparative advantages given its geographical position. In this regard, during the last few years, several laws, bilateral and multilateral agreements dealing with the various traffic issues have been adopted and signed.

This kind of systematic approach to transport policy of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the need for transport personnel are defined in the Transport Development Strategy of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Starting from the basic goals, forecasts and plans contained in the Transport Development Strategy, it is necessary to ensure a sufficient number of trained and qualified personnel, which would enable the realization of those goals.

Taking into the consideration the plans for economic and transport development in the cantons, entities, with the particular emphasis placed to the construction of modern highways in BiH (Vc), the need for educated and highly skilled personnel in the field of road transport technologies is even larger and fully justified.

Having in mind the need for transport personnel within the various transport systems in BiH, as well as the dynamics and the transport systems' intensity in the future, the need for transport staff is long lasting and realistic.

A long-term and realistic demand for highly educated and skilled personnel in traffic of Bosnia and Herzegovina is based, among other things, on the geographic position of the country and the intensive development of modern transport technologies. The development of the transport system and the need for skilled personnel is not questionable in Bosnia and Herzegovina, despite all the difficulties and disruptions in the transport flows, cargo storage and anything that is GDP structure related.

A great contribution to achieving the desired development of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian transport system is also the development of transport systems of cities and counties. Apart from the development, it is necessary to introduce and incorporate modern technologies and the improvement of traffic safety, so that the European level can be reached

Road Traffic

The idea of introducing the traffic studies, study course: road traffic, is a founder's answer and way of meeting the society's demand for the corresponding profile of the personnel that is now more obvious than ever, not only in CB Canton but also in other parts of the country.

If we take into account the study of Traffic Engineering, the CEPS College is researching the transport phenomena in the field of traffic technology and recognizing the need for the establishment and validation of quality within this field of action.

Scientific and technological research in the field of traffic technology with scientific and applicative contributions must include an integrated systematic approach and formalized description of the studied system that was obtained by using a systematic methodology. It is especially important to identify the interest groups which usually determine the quality of the transport system and services generated in the transport market.

Contribution of the students' work must clearly and unambiguously reflect connection of interest groups and definition of business excellence as their development strategy that integrates three aspects: technical aspects and efficiency, harmony of time and reliability, and transportation safety and security. Certain actions aiming at the achieving of business excellence in the field of traffic engineering must be defined within the class activities.

In that sense, Road traffic Studies include research, development, knowledge transfer and training and education of scientific and engineering staff.

Railway Traffic

Rail transport has a number of competitive advantages over other comparable ways of transport, in and out of the country. Systemic integration of subject matter disciplines (railway transport, road transport, etc.) provides education of professionals that are capable of solving complex traffic related problems. The development of trans-European transport networks requires local expertise and scientific resources that can successfully operate in regard of planning, construction and maintenance of such systems. In addition, each company or civil service must have experts who can plan, develop and maintain systems necessary for conducting business and other economic and non-economic activities. The purpose of this study course is ensuring sustainable, effective, efficient and ethical education of students who can then successfully carry out their professional duties in the designated area and who can be thoroughly trained when it comes to lifelong learning and improvement. The proposed curriculum performed by this Institution is aligned with the strategic objectives and guidelines for the development of the European Higher Education Area and European Research Area (EHEA, ERA).

After completing undergraduate studies graduate students are trained to apply acquired knowledge in the railway system analysis based on various criteria, select appropriate analytical methods for solving the technological processes problems in passenger and freight traffic, analyse railway sub-systems and technological processes in passenger and freight traffic by applying the acquired knowledge and solve complex problems, analyze and explain the impact of the management on the effectiveness of rail transportation, apply simulation methods to solve operational problems in rail traffic as well as to analyse and explain the results of simulations, using appropriate laboratory equipment and implementation of the laboratory results etc.

Final degree

After completing undergraduate studies, which lasts for three academic years (6 semesters), upon graduation, graduate acquires a total of 180 ECTS credits and a degree: Bachelor Engineer of Road Traffic.

After completing undergraduate studies, which lasts for four academic years (8 semesters), upon graduation, graduate acquires a total of 240 ECTS credits and a degree: Bachelor Engineer of Road Traffic.

After completing undergraduate studies, which lasts for three academic years (6 semesters), upon graduation, graduate acquires a total of 180 ECTS credits and a degree: Bachelor Engineer of Railway Traffic.

After completing undergraduate studies, which lasts for four academic years (8 semesters), upon graduation, graduate acquires a total of 240 ECTS credits and a degree: Bachelor Engineer of Railway Traffic.