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Transportation Technology and Policy

The Transportation Technology and Policy program is an interdisciplinary graduate group designed to meet the world’s growing need for highly qualified, thoughtful and dedicated leaders in sustainable transportation. Students can pursue either a technology or planning and policy track. The technology track is for students trained in engineering and the physical sciences and interested in systems-level planning, analysis, management, and design of advanced technologies focusing on energy and environmental issues. The planning and policy track is aimed at students from a wider range of disciplines interested in the broader public policy issues concerning transportation systems. The curriculum for both tracks includes courses in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, environmental engineering, economics, policy sciences, statistics, travel behavior, management, technology assessment, and environmental studies.

Degree(s) Available: 
Master of Science
Doctor of Philosophy