The graduate Certificate in Transportation Systems is an interdisciplinary program administered by the Department of Civil Engineering. The certificate program allows students to specialize in transportation applications, while simultaneously receiving a degree in their home department. The certificate in transportation systems combines elements of transportation engineering with transportation policy, planning and project management. The program is especially appropriate for students intending to pursue careers as developers of transportation technologies or as implementors of technologies within government agencies.
Students electing the certificate program apply to the Department of Civil Engineering.
one course in engineering economy, equivalent to ISE 460;
one course in microeconomics, equivalent to ECON 203; and
one course in a high level programming language, such as C or Fortran.
These prerequisites may be satisfied after enrollment in the certificate program by taking the indicated courses or their equivalent. Graduate students cannot receive credit for courses numbered below 400. Detailed admissions requirements are published by the Department of Civil Engineering.
Requirements for Completion
The curriculum consists of five graduate courses for a total of 17 units.