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Emphasis in Transportation Systems

Transportation systems are essential for the efficient movement of people and goods. Interconnected air, land and marine transportation systems play a vital role in insuring strong economic health and an improved quality of life for all of society. An emphasis in Transportation Systems provides the student with specialized training that will better prepare Civil Engineering undergraduates for practice as a transportation planner or engineer or to go on to graduate school in either of these fields.

For an emphasis in Transportation Systems, you must take 4 courses. Take at least 2 courses from the following group:

  • CE 4100 - Transportation Planning
  • CE 4110 - Roadway Geometric Design
  • CE 4120 - Traffic Engineering

Take the remainder of your courses from the list above or from the following:

  • CE 4330 - Construction Planning and Scheduling
  • CE 4340 - Construction Estimating and Project Control
  • CE 4470 - Storm Water Management
  • CE 4550 - Properties of Concrete and Asphalt
  • CE 4900 - Special Topics (Structural topic, with Chair's approval)
  • CRP 4110 - Introduction to City and Regional Planning
  • CRP 4150 - Small City and Rural Planning
  • CRP 4340 - Geographic Information Systems for Landscape Planning
  • CRP 4730 - Government and Planning Law
  • CRP 4720 - Planning Process and Administration
  • CRP 4740 - Real Estate Master Builder Development Process
  • EX ST 3110 - Introductory Statistics II
  • GEOG 3030 - Urban Geography
  • IE 3800 - Methods of Operational Research
  • MGT 3050 - Economics of Transportation