MSCE Transportation Systems
The Sustainable Infrastructure Systems program prepares students for immediate and effective participation in the modern infrastructure workforce through a common core that includes:
- smart-system design for sustainable infrastructures
- the societal and regulatory context of infrastructure engineering decisions
- construction management
A minimum of 27 units of coursework beyond the Bachelor degree.
- A Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering.
- Students in the Transportation Systems program are expected to have a background in statistics and uncertainty equivalent to ISE 225 or CE 408, and engineering economy equivalent to ISE 460.
- Admitted students who do not meet these prerequisites can satisfy the requirements by taking appropriate, advisor-approved electives.
Required Courses (16 units)
CE 471: Principles of Transportation Engineering
CE 501: Functions of the Constructor
CE 515: Sustainable Infrastructure Systems
CE 579: Introduction to Transportation Planning Law
PPD 633: Urban Transportation Planning and Management
Electives (4 courses)
CE 583: Design of Transportation Facilities
CE 585: Traffic Engineering and Control
CE 589: Port Engineering: Planning and Operations
PPD 634: Institutional and Policy Issues in Transportation
(other electives upon approval)
PPD 692: Transportation and the Environment