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May
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Transportation & Urban Infrastructure Studies

Spring 2015 Graduating Class

Department Overview

The Department of Transportation and Urban Infrastructure Studies (TUIS) in the School of Engineering offers undergraduate and graduate programs in transportation. The Department evolved from the Center for Transportation Studies, established in 1981 to offer the M.S. degree in transportation. Since its inception, scores of young men and women have graduated from the transportation program to assume various leadership positions in the public and private sectors. The Department currently offers the B.S. in Transportation Systems, B.S. in Transportation Systems Engineering, M.S. in Urban Transportation, Post Baccalaureate Certificate (PBC) in Urban Transportation, and Ph.D. in Transportation and Urban Infrastructure Systems; making it one of the largest nationwide with an average enrollment of over 80 students. The B.S. in Transportation Systems Program is accredited by the ANSAC Commission of ABET, Inc.

It is the vision of the Department to be a global leader and a one-stop resource center for transportation education and research.

It is the mission of the Department to provide top-notch education/training and research opportunities for a diverse student body poised to tackle the crosscutting transportation issues of the global community.

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Apr
19

Minnesota’s Transportation Conference | College of Continuing & Professional Studies

Minnesota's Transportation Conference Wordmark

Minnesota’s Transportation Conference, the largest transportation event in the state, explores the latest transportation innovations and offers networking opportunities for transportation professionals.

Who Should Attend?

  • Project managers, operations personnel, designers, and planners from federal, regional, state, and local transportation agencies that specialize in rail, waterways, airports, highways, transit, bicycles, safety, labor, and bridges
  • Consultants, contractors, and vendors from both large and small organizations
  • Faculty, staff, and students from research and educational institutions
  • Representatives from nonprofit and advocacy organizations
  • Shippers, carriers, and other organizations involved in transportation logistics
  • Policymakers from federal, state, regional, and local government

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