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Education

Education is always the impactful tool for the current and future decision makers. The majority of communities' demands with regards to transportation planning activities will be solved through a well-educated and updated techniques. CTEDD in addition to several graduate and undergraduate programs offered by the consortium member universities, also has envisioned for the exclusive programs. The ultimate goals for the CTEDD education programs is to contribute to the transportation planning agencies through preparing the skillful and knowledgeable workforce.


Current transportation professionals and researchers will benefit by developing slightly different skills. The continuing education will focus on preparing and disseminating research briefs for decision- policymakers and implementing a policy action team. CTEDD develops a professional sequence of courses that addresses strategic workforce issues identified by the Education and Workforce Committee in conjunction with an assessment of gaps identified based on offerings from ASCE, AICP and TRB.

CTEDD Scholarship Program

Specific Scholarship funding amounts are subject to allocation based on available funding through CTEDD's annual budgetary process, and determined by CTEDD leadership. The number of scholarships granted is also subject to annual funding availability.

Student Transportation Scholarship

Student Transportation Scholarships are merit-based and designed to support and encourage students interested in pursuing a career in the transportation industry, or pursuing graduate study in a related field. Both undergraduates and graduate students are eligible and must be nominated by a faculty member. Recipients will be selected by a panel of the CTEDD Advisory Board and faculty. Students must be currently enrolled at one of CTEDD's consortium universities: The University of Texas at Arlington, Georgia Tech, the University of South Florida, the University of Wisconsin at Madison, or California Polytechnic State University. All students are encouraged to apply, but priority will be given to undergraduates.

Eligibility: Transportation-related study or extracurricular experience, interested in pursuing a transportation career. Students must be at a CTEDD-consortium member (University of Texas at Arlington, Georgia Tech, University of South Florida, University of Wisconsin at Madison, California Polytechnic State University). Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents.
Prizes: At least $800 to each recipient.
Due Date: May 29, 2020

Procedure: Please include the following documents:
  • Faculty nomination letter.
  • Student letter explaining their career plans and current experience in the transportation field. Students should also describe their experience in the transportation field up to this point, including their thesis, capstone project and/or any transportation project they may have worked on in a research, work volunteer or extracurricular capacity, and how it is related to CTEDD's focus areas. The letter should also include the student's expected graduation date.
  • Unofficial transcript.
The selection committee will identify awardees for this scholarship based on:
  • Significance of chosen area for research or practice (importance, impact)
  • Relevance to one or more of CTEDD's focal areas, including:
    • Creative use of existing infrastructures for future transportation needs.
    • Innovative funding strategies for future transportation infrastructure and better maintenance of the existing one
    • Transportation systems, economic competitiveness and equal access
    • Employing big data and innovative techniques to improve system efficiency
    • Ensuring transportation system vitality through performance management and monitoring systems
    • Transportation policy and decision-making
  • Accomplishments in the field to date.
  • Likelihood of future accomplishments.
  • Letter of nomination.
  • Time to graduation.
  • US Citizenship or permanent resident status of applicant.

Selection committee members are not obligated to select anyone, if they determine none of the applicants to be sufficiently outstanding.
The winners will have their names placed on a plaque that will be displayed at CTEDD's offices at UT-Arlington.
Apply by sending a single PDF to the CTEDD Program Manager at: c-tedd@uta.edu
Professors nominating students should also send confidential letters to c-tedd@uta.edu

Downloads
Click Here to download Student Transportation Scholorship guidelines

Transportation Thesis or Dissertation Scholarship

The CTEDD Transportation Fellowship program recognizes outstanding students working on original research in transportation leading to an advanced degree in a transportation field.
Purpose: To recognize and promote the highest-quality research conducted by our graduate students.
Prizes: At least $1,200 each to the authors of the master's theses and doctoral dissertations judged most outstanding by a panel of CTEDD-affiliated faculty, and the CTEDD Advisory Board.
Eligibility: Transportation-related theses and dissertations completed by a CTEDD━consortium member (University of Texas at Arlington, Georgia Tech, University of South Florida, University of Wisconsin at Madison, California Polytechnic State University) student during the calendar year (January ━ December). Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents and may receive this scholarship only once.
Due Date: May 29, 2020

Procedure: Nominations are to be submitted electronically by the student, and are to include files covering the following two items:
  • A confidential nomination letter, outlining why the thesis/dissertation merits the award, confirming the semester/quarter in which it was filed, and listing the signing committee members. The letter should be sent by the faculty member directly to CTEDD, and should address the faculty member's expectations of the student's career path; how the student's research relates to transportation and how it relates to one or more of CTEDD's focal areas, including:
    • Creative use of existing infrastructures for future transportation needs.
    • Innovative funding strategies for future transportation infrastructure and better maintenance of the existing one
    • Transportation systems, economic competitiveness and equal access
    • Employing big data and innovative techniques to improve system efficiency
    • Ensuring transportation system vitality through performance management and monitoring systems
    • Transportation policy and decision-making
  • Information on the thesis/dissertation itself: Files should include:
    • Student letter describing his/her research and its impacts on their field of study.
    • Thesis/dissertation proposal.

    All items should be sent to the CTEDD Program Manager at: c-tedd@uta.edu.
    After the close of the nomination period, a committee of Advisory Board members and relevant faculty will evaluate the submissions, endeavoring to balance the disciplinary perspectives of the nominated theses and minimize obvious conflicts of interest.
    The panel will evaluate the MS and PhD nominations separately. Suggested evaluation criteria include the following, but the panel is free to develop its own criteria and to weight them as they wish (with either common or individual-specific weights):

    • Originality of research approach (creativity vs straightforward extension).
    • Significance of findings (importance, impact, can include relevance to CTEDD's six focal areas).
    • Tightness (rigor, logic, care).
    • Completeness.
    • Quality.
    • Clarity of explanation.
    • Relevance to one or more of CTEDD's six focal areas, including:
      • Creative use of existing infrastructures for future transportation needs.
      • Innovative funding strategies for future transportation infrastructure and better maintenance of the existing one
      • Transportation systems, economic competitiveness and equal access
      • Employing big data and innovative techniques to improve system efficiency
      • Ensuring transportation system vitality through performance management and monitoring systems
      • Transportation policy and decision-making
    • Likelihood of future accomplishments.
    • Letter of nomination.
    • Time to graduation.
    • US Citizenship or permanent resident status of applicant.

    The panel may decline to make an award in a given category in a given year, if it does not consider any of the nominations to be sufficiently outstanding.
    The winners will have their names placed on a plaque that will be displayed at CTEDD's offices at UT-Arlington.
    Apply by sending a single PDF to the following email address: c-tedd@uta.edu
    Faculty nominating students should send confidential letters to this address separately.

    Downloads
    Click Here to download Transportation Thesis or Dissertation Scholorship guideline

    Internship Scholarship

    Due May 29, Dec 1 and Aug 1 for internships the following semester
    (Dates subject to change at the discretion of the CTEDD Director and/or Program Manager).

    This scholarship is designed to promote interest in working in the transportation field upon graduation, and to encourage students to intern with agencies that might be unable to pay interns for their time. Currently enrolled students at one of CTEDD's five consortium universities may apply for this scholarship if they have been selected for an internship and require assistance with living expenses during its duration. CTEDD is particularly interested in supporting unpaid internships. Internship hours and salary, as well as location-related expenses, will be taken into consideration in selection decisions.
    Essential elements in selection include the description of the internship and its relevancy both to the student's career plans and CTEDD's six focus areas (See below).
    Special consideration will be given for internships with agencies of professional prominence, as well as nonprofits and public agencies engaged in noteworthy work in transportation equity and policy. CTEDD will provide a minimum of $500 for sufficiently outstanding students, if the selection committee identifies any in the given cycle. CTEDD encourages students who have been selected for an internship at a private transportation employer, consultant, government agency, MPO, transportation nonprofit and related employers to apply. Both financial need and academic merit will be taken into consideration when selecting awardees, including whether the internship is paid or unpaid.

    Please include the following documents:
    • Faculty nomination letter, focusing on the internship and its potential to support the student's career trajectory.
    • Student letter explaining their career plans and current experience in the transportation field. Students should also describe their experience in the transportation field up to this point, including their thesis, capstone project and/or any transportation project they may have worked on in a research, work volunteer or extracurricular capacity, and how it is related to CTEDD's focus areas. The letter should also include the student's expected graduation date.
    • Unofficial transcript.
    • Internship offer letter, including salary or stipend (if paid), expected hours per week or month, beginning and anticipated end date.
    The selection committee will select awardees for this scholarship based on:
    • Description of the internship and relevance to the student's career plans.
    • Significance of chosen area for research or practice (importance, impact).
    • Relevance to one or more of CTEDD's six focus areas, including:
      • Creative use of existing infrastructures for future transportation needs.
      • Innovative funding strategies for future transportation infrastructure and better maintenance of the existing one
      • Transportation systems, economic competitiveness and equal access
      • Employing big data and innovative techniques to improve system efficiency
      • Ensuring transportation system vitality through performance management and monitoring systems
      • Transportation policy and decision-making
    • Accomplishments in the field to date.
    • Special consideration will be given for reputation of the employer, and location. (Cost will be higher for cities outside the student's region).
    • Internship, hours and salary (if any)
    • Likelihood of future accomplishments.
    • Letter of nomination.
    • Time to graduation.
    • US Citizenship or permanent resident status of applicant.

    The selection panel may decline to make an award in a given category in a given year, if it does not consider any of the nominations to be sufficiently outstanding.
    The winners will have their names placed on a plaque that will be displayed at CTEDD's offices at UT-Arlington.
    Apply by May 29, 2020 by sending a single PDF to the CTEDD Program Manager at: c-tedd@uta.edu
    Professors nominating students should send confidential letters to c-tedd@uta.edu separately by the same date.

    Downloads
    Click Here to download Internship Scholarship guidelines

    Student Travel Grants

    CTEDD provides funds for associated students to attend domestic and international professional transportation-related conferences for the purpose of presenting a paper on transportation research. Benefits include exposure to cutting-edge research, broader perspectives, networking opportunities, and enhanced oral communication skills by making a research presentation. CTEDD allocates funding each year for student travel awards

    This Notice of Travel Assistance is conditional on the following requirements:
    • Applicant must be presenting at the academic conference for which travel award is being requested and submit a notice of acceptance along with this form.
    • Applicant must be a current research assistant under a CTEDD-funded Principal Investigator (PI).
    • Applicant must be presenting a topic that is in line with one of CTEDD's focus areas which are:
      • Creative use of existing infrastructures for future transportation needs.
      • Innovative funding strategies for future transportation infrastructure and better maintenance of the existing one
      • Transportation systems, economic competitiveness and equal access
      • Employing big data and innovative techniques to improve system efficiency
      • Ensuring transportation system vitality through performance management and monitoring systems
      • Transportation policy and decision-making
    • Priority will be given to applicants who are listed as the presenting author for the conference presentation.
    • Priority will be given to applicants presenting at the annual TRB Conference in Washington, DC.
    • Upon return from presenting at the conference, the applicants must agree to prepare and submit a report explaining what he/she has achieved through their presentation and participation at the event, in at least 500 words. The report package is required to include at least two pictures in support of the applicant's presentation and participation. Pictures must be 200 dpi in quality. In addition, applicants must sign and include the CTEDD photo release form with the returned report (see attached document.)
    • Applicant will be reimbursed for qualifying travel expenses when all receipts are provided to CTEDD staff (c-tedd@uta.edu), after return from travel.
    • CTEDD cannot reimburse the cost of flights booked directly by the recipient. Applicants wishing to have their airfare covered by a travel grant must request to have their flight arrangements made through CTEDD staff directly.
    • A maximum of $500 per student will be reimbursed.
    • Students may not receive funding if they also received CTEDD travel assistance in the previous calendar year.
    • Only one student per PI, per year, will be considered. For example, if a PI has an active project this year, but also had a separate project active last year, then he or she could nominate a maximum of two students.
    • The presentation document(s) (either poster or PowerPoint) MUST acknowledge CTEDD by using the logo, templates and acknowledgement statement available here.
    • US Citizenship or permanent resident status of applicant.
    Before the conference, you must provide the following information to CTEDD:
    • Destination (CTEDD can only fund travel within the continental United States).
    • Dates of departure and return.
    • Name of hotel at the conference site where you will be staying.
    • US Citizenship or permanent resident status of applicant.
    After you return from the conference, you must submit a packet to CTEDD with the following documents:
    • A completed and signed CTEDD Travel Reimbursement Form (provided by CTEDD)
    • A signed Photo/Video Release Form (provided by CTEDD)
    • At least two photographs documenting your work at the conference.

    Apply by sending a single PDF to the CTEDD Program Manager at: c-tedd@uta.edu

    Downloads
    Click Here to download Student Travel Grants guidelines

Transportation Professionals of Future (TPF) Programs

To prepare students for joining the workforce, CTEDD has two programs including mentorship program and quarterly seminar series.

CTEDD Mentorship Program:

  Graduate students with mentors are also likely to be more satisfied with their programs, be more involved in professional organizations, and have a stronger sense of professional identity, Johnson says. To provide these benefits for students, CTEDD designed and apply a mentorship program. The target audiences of this program are the UT Arlington students especially pursuing degrees in transportation planning area. Mentors and mentees have to fully learn about the requirement of the CTEDD mentorship program before signing up

Create objectives based on your goals

The first important step is to define the objectives of the program. The main objectives of the CSC mentorship program are as follows:
  • Preparing UTA students for the future jobs in the fields related to transportation
  • A platform for network between alumni, school and students
  • Providing the opportunity for students to explore the world of work through interaction with professionals in the careers of their interest.
  • Learning opportunities for students about the management function at transportation entities
  • Improve networking skills of students and help them realize the values of networking.

Requirements:

At the second step of mentorship program design, the criteria for mentees and mentors need to be determined. We expect mentees and mentors to be aware of the criteria before participating in the program:
Mentees Must be UTA full-time/part-time student
Active CSC member (Sign up for CSC Membership)
Obtain good educational circumstance.
  Mentors are best to have/be A career in a transportation field
Withhold the commitment to the mentorship program for a specified period. UTA alumni (optional)
 

Suggested Mentor/Mentee Activities:

Below is a list of suggested activities to be included in the mentorship interaction between mentors and mentees. The list can be a base and mentees and mentors are welcome to modify.
  • Lunch with mentor, mentee, and several other HR professionals to discuss everyday challenges practitioners encounter in their work.
  • Mentee attends a company training program with mentor.
  • Mentor and mentee discuss proper business and telephone etiquette and corporate protocol.
  • Mentee attends a safety committee meeting with mentor.
  • Mentee attends a company staff meeting.
  • Mentor and mentee attend a professional chapter meeting together. Mentor introduces Mentee to other HR professionals.
  • Mentee attends the career related professional meetings that mentor is involved. Mentor discusses common employee grievances and issues such as sexual harassment and substance abuse. Explains how they are handled.
  • Mentee observes the development of a special project.
  • Mentor reviews mentee's resume and offers suggestions for improvement.
  • Mentee observes a day of recruiting.

Mentors' Responsibilities:

  • Meet with the mentee and engage in in-person mentoring activities (or on the telephone as a backup)
  • Willingly share his/her experience and professional success in the organization with the mentee
  • Explain the organization structure of his/her profession and where mentee potentially can fit in
  • "Share lessons learned" from their own experiences
  • Look for non-typical helpful learning resources for the mentee (i.e., shadowing during meetings, suggested readings, etc.)
  • Stay accessible, committed, and engaged during the length of the program
  • Provide open and candid feedback
  • Offer encouragement through genuine positive reinforcement
  • Be a positive role model
  • Be a resource and a sounding board
  • Keep his/her conversations confidential
  • Let the Mentoring Program Manager know as soon as possible if the mentee is not performing effectively throughout the mentorship program.

Mentee's Responsibilities

  • Meet with the mentor on a monthly basis and/or commit engage in the mentorship activities in person or through other agreed modes.
  • Proactively stay in touch with the mentor for scheduling meetings.
  • Understand the worth of mentor time so commit to self- development.
  • Assume responsibility for acquiring or improving skills and knowledge.
  • Discuss individual development planning with the mentor.
  • Be open, honest and realistic on goals, expectations, challenges, and concerns so receive effective help from mentors.
  • Be organized and prepared for meetings with the mentor.
  • Actively listen and ask questions, Be open to advice, opinion, feedback, and direction from the mentor.
  • Be receptive to constructive criticism/feedback.
  • Keep the mentee-mentor conversations confidential
  • Respect the mentor's time and resources
  • Stay accessible, committed, and engaged during the length of the program.
  • Comfortably give feedback to the mentor on what is working or not working in the mentoring relationship.
Successful mentoring programs offer both structure and flexibility. Structure provides participants a mentoring workflow to follow and is critical to help participants achieve productive learning that reaches defined goals. Similarly, flexibility is essential to support varying individual mentoring needs across specific learning goals, preferences, and learning style.

Key design decisions need to be clarified:

  • How long will the mentorship relationship last? (The time period should be decided in advance and communicated to potential mentors so they understand what their time commitment will be).
  • How will students and professionals be matched?
  • Mentoring style: can be traditional, flash, reverse.
  • Connection type: possibly 1:1, group, or project
  • Community/social aspects beyond formal mentoring, tracking and reporting needs.
  • providing details such as key actions, time frames, support resources, and criteria for moving to the next phase.

Mentees and Mentors Sign up Form:

To enter and draw upon the CTEDD mentorship program, mentees first have to sign up for the CTEDD Student Council (CSC) membership and then sign up the mentorship program. The sign up form for mentors is available to collect mentors information to find and assign the best fitting mentees. Mentee Sign Up Form Mentor Sign Up Form

Quarterly Seminar Series:

CTEDD invites speakers from government, industry, public interest groups, consortium members and other academic institutions.This seminar series is a required program for all first- and second-year transportation graduate and CTEDD scholarship seeking students. The series are open to faculty, staff, researchers, transportation and non-transportation practitioners, policymakers, and the public. Invited speakers also are included in student classes, and the lectures are recorded using the Echo 360 system and archived on our website, YouTube and Priscope Channels.

Pathways to College Program

The Pathways to College Access and Career Readiness Program is an initiative of the University of Texas at Arlington's College of Education which supports traditionally under-served students as they graduate from high school and pursue a postsecondary education. To achieve this goal, Pathways prepares college students to act as mentors to high school (HS) students and places them in GO Centers located across eight local school districts. GO Centers are dedicated offices in HS campuses where college students provide the needed scaffolds for these students, at no cost to the school districts or students/families. Leveraging state-funding for these GO Centers, college/near-peer mentors describe their own college experiences as well as show them how to prepare for college and how college shapes careers, all while providing them the much needed information to make make the transition from HS to college. The mentors also engage in question and answer sessions to help students think and talk about college. For many of these students, Pathways begins the critical development of a college going culture and familiarizes students with the GO Center model and the resources available for both students and their families. Moreover, Pathways forms the much needed support that traditionally underrepresented students in our most underserved schools simply do not often receive. In the last five years, Pathways has staffed 24 GO Centers/high schools and served over 46,000 students, and has hired over 250 UTA college students to act as mentors in the last nine years the program has been been in place.

C-TEDD funding is being sought to expand the program's services to ensure that mentors hired will have direct experience with programs of studies and careers that will benefit the transportation industry, such as those enrolled in civil, industrial, and aerospace engineering, business administration, and environmental science programs, among others. The 10 mentors hired for this component will be in charge of creating presentations that can be shared at the HS campus they are assigned to, to expose students to these careers when doing career exploration activities, especially when each HS holds their Career Day. Also, HS students who demonstrate an interest in these careers will have the opportunity to visit UTA to experience a college campus firsthand for our first 'Career Day Showcase.' While at the University and as part of this Showcase, the students will participate in interactive presentations, including guest lectures from transportation industry experts from, for example, Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, and BNSF Railway, and others, and tour the campus. As part of this initiative, a scholarship will be made available to 20 students who enroll at UTA in a transportation-related program of study, and upon admission, they will have the opportunity to be considered for hiring as a mentor for the program, thus ensuring they will be on track to graduation. C-TEDD funding would allow us to implement these services in up to 20 high schools in both Tarrant and Johnson counties. The independent school districts (ISDs) to be served by this new initiative include: Arlington ISD, Burleson ISD, Grand Prairie ISD, Everman ISD, Fort Worth ISD, and Mansfield ISD.

Industry-University (IU) Programs

In this era that the updated knowledge drives the ultimate prosperity, universities and industries have the strongest interaction. The rise of a global knowledge-based economy necessitates a strategically mutual collaboration between universities and industries that goes beyond traditionally funded research projects. Experience has demonstrated that a successful and powerful engine of economic growth is resulted from such a partnership in tandem with technologically driven opportunities that push the frontiers of knowledge. CTEDD has taken a big leap in this matter and is committed to taking pioneer approaches to strengthening this collaboration and addressing the needs and demands of the university-industry by holding seminars, workshops, career fairs, etc. to institutionalize a highly fruitful partnership between universities and industries.

Certificates & Curricula

University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) Degrees and Certificates Related Transportation Courses
  • PLAN 5309 Transportation/Land Use Modeling and Policy Analysis
  • PLAN 5315 Transportation Policies, Programs and History
  • PLAN 5327 Introduction to Green Cities and Transportation
  • PLAN 5331 GIS Workshop.
  • PLAN 5340 GIS and Suitability Analysis.
  • PLAN 5356 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems.
  • PLAN 5357 Intermediate Geographic Information Systems.
  • PLAN 5358 Intelligent Transportation Systems (Its) and Planning
  • PLAN 5360 Computer Methods for Transportation Planning
  • ECON 3328 Principles of Transportation
  • CE 3302 Transportation Engineering
  • CE 4311 Urban Transportation Infrastructure Planning
  • CE 4313 Traffic Engineering
  • CE 5330 Characteristics of Traffic
  • CE 5331 Traffic Characteristics
  • CE 5332 Highway Design
  • CE 5335 Airport Engineering
  • CE 5337 Urban Transportation Planning
  • CE 5392 Special Topics in Air Pollution, Transportation and Air Quality
  • CE 6306 Public Transit Planning and Operation
  • CE 6308 Analytical Models in Transportation
  • CE 6309 Traffic Flow Theory
University of South Florida (USF) Degrees and Certificates Related Transportation Courses
  • GEO 6704 Transportation Geography
  • GEO 4700 Transportation Geography
  • TTE 4003 Transportation and Society
  • TTE 4004 Transportation Engineering I
  • TTE 4005 Transportation Engineering II
  • TTE 5205 Traffic Systems Engineering
  • TTE 5501 Transportation Planning and Economics
  • TTE 5620 Air Transportation
  • TTE 6507 Travel Demand Modeling
  • TTE 6651 Public Transportation
  • TTE 6655 Transportation and Land Use
  • CGN 6933 Land Use and Transportation
California Polytechnic State University Degrees and Certificates Related Transportation Courses
  • CRP 214 Land Use & Transportation Studies
  • CRP 435 Transportation Theory
  • CE 321 Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering
  • CE 322 Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering Laboratory
  • CE 421 Traffic Engineering
  • CE 422 Highway Geometrics and Design
  • CE 423 Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • CE 424 Public Transportation
  • CE 521 Airfield and Highway Pavement Designs
  • CE 522 Advanced Transportation Design
  • CE 523 Transportation Systems Planning
  • CE 524 Pavement Performance and Management Systems
  • CE 525 Airport Planning Design
  • CE 526 Transportation Safety
  • CE 527 Sustainable Mobility
  • CE 528 Transportation Analysis
  • CE 529 Modeling and Simulation of Transportation
Georgia Institute of Technology Degrees and Certificates Related Transportation Courses
  • CP 4310 Urban Transportation & Planning
  • CP 6311 Introduction to Transportation Planning
  • CP 6321 Transportation Planning Methods and Investment Decisions
  • CP 6331 Land Use – Transportation Interaction
  • CP 6351 Transportation and Economic Development
  • CP 6361 Regional Transportation Planning and Administration
  • CP 6542 Transport & GIS
  • PAUS 8611 Transportation Management
  • PAUS 8621 Transportation and Land Use Economic
  • ECON 6340 Transportation Economics
  • CEE 4600 Transportation Planning, Operations, and Design
  • CEE 4610 Multimodal Transportation Planning, Design, and Operations
  • CEE 4640 Freeway and Interchange Planning and Design
  • CEE 4650 Site Development Planning and Design in Transportation
  • CEE 6601 Statistics in Transport
  • CEE 6602 Urban Transportation Planning
  • CEE 6603 Traffic Engineering
  • CEE 6604 Geometric Design of Transportation Facilities
  • CEE 6605 Transportation Administration and Policy Analysis
  • CEE 6621 GIS in Transportation
  • CEE 6622 Travel Demand Analysis
  • CEE 6624 Land Use - Transportation Interaction
  • CEE 6625 Transportation, Energy, and Air Quality
  • CEE 6631 Signalized Intersections and Networks
  • CEE 6632 Simulation in Transportation
  • CEE 6633 Advanced Traffic Detection and Control
  • CEE 6634 Transportation Safety Analysis
  • CEE 6635 Technology Innovation in Transportation
  • CEE 6636 Traffic Flow Theory
  • CEE 6641 Transportation Infrastructure Management and Traffic Control
  • CEE 6642 Transit Systems Planning and Design
  • CEE 6644 Airport Planning and Design
  • CEE 8097 Introduction to Transportation Research
University of Wisconsin-Madison Degrees and Certificates Related Transportation Courses
  • Envir St/Civ Engr 970 Colloquium in Transportation Management and Policy
  • OIM 744/Econ 502 Economics of Transportation
  • Tran P U/Econ 478 Urban Transport Economic
  • CEE 370 Transportation Engineering
  • CEE 570 Environmental Impact of Transportation Systems
  • CEE 571 Urban Transportation Planning
  • CEE 573 Geometric Design of Transport Facilities
  • CEE 574 Traffic Control
  • CEE 575 Advanced Highway Materials & Construction
  • CEE 576 Advanced Pavement Design
  • CEE 579 Transportation Seminar
  • CEE 679 Special Topics: Advanced Topics in Traffic Flow and Safety
  • CEE 679 Special Topics: Advanced Transportation Demand and Supply Modeling
  • CEE 679 Special Topics: Travel Behavior Analysis
  • CEE 679 Advanced Topics in Transportation Safety
  • CEE 679 Site Planning and Traffic Impact Analysis
  • CEE 679 Advanced Topics in Transport Demand Modeling
  • CEE 679 Advanced Topics in Transportation Operations
  • CEE 679 Advanced Topics in Traffic Model and Simulation
  • CEE 679 Advanced Topics in Traffic Flow Theory
  • CEE 679 Advanced Topics in Human Factors and Driving Simulation
  • CEE 679 Emerging Topics in Transportation
  • URPL 839 Transportation and Infrastructure Systems Planning