Transportation Degree Programs from Consortium Member Universities
New York University
- Located in a city with one of the world’s most complex transit systems, the NYU campus is a gateway to an ideal laboratory for those wishing to study transportation
- The primary departments involved in transportation education are the Department of Civil and Urban Engineering (CUE) in the Tandon School of Engineering, the Wagner School of Public Service, and CUSP
- CUE offers a Ph.D. program in Transportation Planning and Engineering, an M.S. program in Transportation Planning and Engineering, an M.S. program in Transportation Management, an M.S. program in Urban Infrastructure Systems, and a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering
- Wagner offers a Master of Urban Planning with tracks in Environment, Infrastructure, and Transportation, & Urban Analytics.
- CUSP offers an M.S. in Applied Urban Science and Informatics with domain specialization in Transportation and Mobility.
- 18 transportation-related faculty members
- In the last five years, 40+ undergraduate and 60+ graduate-level transportation-related courses have been taught by Rutgers’ faculty
- Departments actively involved in transportation run several transportation-related centers: the RIME laboratory, the Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation, the Voorhees Transportation Center, the Local Technical Assistance Program, and the National Transit Institute
University of Washington
- The UW’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers research-track and professional-track master’s degree programs and a doctoral degree in transportation engineering
- The Department offers online master’s degrees in Sustainable Transportation, Supply Chain Transportation and Logistics, and Construction Engineering
- The UW also hosts top-ranked programs in public affairs and urban planning
University of Texas at El Paso
- Undergraduate enrollment in engineering masters programs is at an all-time high, having increased by 24% from 2019 to 2020
- UTEP is an accredited degree-granting institution with a number of transportation-related degree programs offered through the Department of Civil Engineering: a BS in Civil Engineering (CE) and Construction Management; an M.S. in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Construction Management, Construction Management (Online), and Civil and Environmental Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering
- UTEP was awarded a grant from the Obama Study Abroad Initiative in 2014 to partner with the Universidad de Guadalajara for the “U.S.-Mexico Bidirectional Study Abroad Program on Smart Cities.”
City College of New York
- CCNY employs 18 full-time faculty members who specialize in professional fields closely related to transportation
- Through its Department of Civil Engineering, CCNY offers a BS degree in Civil Engineering, an M.S. in Civil Engineering, an M.S. in Sustainability in the Urban Environment, and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering.