Nov 22, 2019  
2018 - 2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018 - 2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Transportation Systems, B.S.


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THE MAJOR IN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS 

All students pursuing the B.S. degree program in Transportation Systems (TS) are required to earn a minimum of 120 credit hours of coursework, which includes 40 credit hours in general education courses, 19 credit hours in mathematics and science, 56 credit hours in core courses, 2 credit hours in University requirements, and 3 credit hours in electives.  The core courses expose the students to the major transportation concentration areas, including planning, engineering, economics, management, and logistics.

The Transportation Systems program is accredited by the Applied and Natural Science Accreditation Commission (ANSAC) of ABET, http://www.ABET.org.

Objectives

The program graduate will:

  • Utilize system approach to articulate, study, and mitigate transportation problems
  • Apply latest technology and sustainability paradigm to efficiently plan, implement, analyze, evaluate, and manage components of the transportation systems
  • Utilize effective communication, team, leadership and total quality management skills to work productively within their professions and communities
  • Pursue professional development and advanced studies to meet the emerging and evolving demands, and increasing responsibilities of a successful career
  • Conduct themselves as responsible professionals and citizens

Program Outcomes

The program graduates will be able to:

The program graduates will be able to demonstrate:

  1. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve broadly-defined technical or scientific problems by applying knowledge of mathematics and science and/or technical topics to areas relevant to the discipline.

  2. An ability to formulate or design a system, process, procedure or program to meet desired needs.

  3. An ability to develop and conduct experiments or test hypotheses, analyze and interpret data and use scientific judgment to draw conclusions.

  4. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.

  5. An ability to understand ethical and professional responsibilities and the impact of technical and/or scientific solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.

  6. An ability to function effectively on teams that establish goals, plan tasks, meet deadlines, and analyze risk and uncertainty.

D. University Requirements: 2 credits


Note


1 May be substituted by any approved Social and Behavioral Science Electives.

2 May be substituted by any approved Health and Healthful Living Electives.

3 May be substituted by any approved Arts and HumanitiesElectives.

4 May be substituted by IEGR 304  , EEGR 161  , COSC 110  ,

INSS 141   or GENL 201  . Note: GENL 201  is only a 2 credit

course. The missing 1 credit must be compensated by another

course.

5 ENGR 101   or ENGR 102  can be used to satisfy the Pre-calculus requirement.

6  May be substituted by a related course approved by the Chair.

7 MATH 312   can be used as a substitute.

8MATH 331   or IEGR 251  can be used as a substitute.

 

 

 

 

 

Suggested Curriculum Sequence


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