Master of Engineering in Transportation Engineering

The Master of Engineering in Transportation Engineering is a coursework-only, professionally-oriented degree program that permit a concentration in preparation for engineering practice. With a Master of Engineering in Transportation Engineering degree, a student will be a qualified transportation planner, traffic engineer, and traffic safety engineer. Additionally, the student will be trained to understand and evaluate the socioeconomic impacts of transportation and infrastructure engineering projects. Up to 12 credit hours of 400-level undergraduate coursework may be included in the program with prior adviser approval. No thesis or comprehensive examination is required for completion of the degree.

Curriculum

Required Courses (9-10)
Select a minimum of three courses from the following with adviser consent:9-10
Statistical Analysis Engg Data3
Demand Models for Urban Trans3
Urban Transportation Planning4
Public Transportation Systems3
Transportation Systems Mgnt3
Transportation Systs Evaluatio3
Systems Analysis in Civil Engg3
Statistical Models and Methods3
Elective Courses (20-21)
Select 20-21 credit hours from the following: 120-21
Faclty Dsgn Trnsprtn Syst3
Railroad Engineering & Design3
Intro Transportation Engg/Dsgn3
Probability Cncpt Ce Dsgn3
Advanced Bridge Engineering3
Intro to Geographic Info Systs3
Pavement Evaluation&Management3
Traffic Operations & Flow Thry3
Advanced Traffic Engineering3
Transportation Econ, Dev&Plcy3
Transportation Asset Mgmt3
Economic Decision Analysis3
Intelligent Transport Systems3
Algorithms in Transportation3
Special Problems0-3
Mathematical Modeling3
Stochastic Processes3
Mathematical Statistics3
Applied Statistics3
Monte Carlo Methods in Fin3
Data Preparation and Analysis3
Bayesian Computational Stats3

Minimum degree credits required: 30

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If more than three courses from the required courses list are taken, those additional courses can be applied as electives