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Master of Transportation Engineering

The Master of Transportation Engineering degree program is designed to provide advanced professional preparation in specialized areas of civil engineering practice.

Core Courses

(12 credit-hours)

CAE 543 - Demand Models for Urban Transportation
CAE 546 - Public Transportation Systems
CAE 548 - Transportation Systems Management
CAE 575 - Systems Analysis in Civil Engineering

Elective Courses

(20 credit-hours)

CAE 415 - Pavement Design, Construction and Maintenance
CAE 430 - Probability Concepts in Civil Engineering
CAE 544 - Urban Transportation Planning
CAE 545 - Traffic Operations & Flow Theory
CAE 547 - Advanced Traffic Engineering
CAE 549 - Transportation Economics, Development and Policy
CAE 577 - Construction Equipment Management
CAE 597 - Special Problems

Up to 6 credit-hours: Any 400 or 500 level courses offered by the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering or outside the department with the consent of the advisor.