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Transportation Materials and Systems

The Transportation Materials and Systems group researches the planning, analysis, design, construction, and management of transport facilities and the materials from which they are built. Our research group focuses on two main sub-areas related to transportation:

Transportation materials, including pavement design, mix design, and materials characterization.
Transportation systems, including planning, design, operations, and safety.

Faculty

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Related Courses

Multimodal StudiesCourse NameCreditsFallSpring
CE 501Transportation Systems3
CE 502Traffic Operations3
CE 503Highway Design3
CE 504Airport Planning and Design3
CE 506Mutlimodal Studies3
CE 509Highway Safety3
CE 594CNondestructive Testing1-6
CE 595AAsphalt/Bituminous Materials1-6
CE 595RRailroad Engineering1-6
CE 595SSensors and Instrumentation1-6
CE 595UUnconventional Intersection and Interchange Design1-6
CE 701Urban Transport Planning3
CE 702Traffic Flow Theory3
CE 705Advanced Transport Systems3
CE 706Advanced Traffic Control Systems3
CE 707Transportation Policy3
CE 755Highway Pavement Design3
CE 757Pavement Management Systems3
CE 759Inelastic Behavior of Construction Materials3
CE 795ETransportation Economics1-3
CE 795LTransportation Logistics1-3

Graduate Course Requirements

For all degree programs, consult with your advisor to construct the course plan that best meets your research and career goals.

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