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, and a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering. Wagner offers a Master of Urban Planning with a track in “Environment, Infrastructure and Transportation.” CUSP offers an M.S. in “Applied Urban Science and Informatics” with a domain specialization in Transportation and Mobility. The program has grown to an enrollment of 84 students in three years.
Rutgers has 17 transportation-related faculty members. In the last five years, 43 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. The Department of Civil Engineering offers an M.S. degree with transportation, and the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy offers an M.S. of City and Regional Planning degree with an option of a joint Graduate Transportation Certificate with the CEE Department that includes seven core transportation courses.
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 also 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
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 CE, Environmental Engineering, Construction Management, and Civil and Environmental Engineering, and a Ph.D. in CE. UTEP was also recently awarded a grant from the Obama Study Abroad Initiative to partner with the Universidad de Guadalajara for “U.S.-Mexico Bidirectional Study Abroad Program on Smart Cities.”
City College of New York
CCNY employs 14 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 and M.S. and Ph.D degrees in Civil Engineering.