Transportation Engineering

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Civil and Environmental Engineering at Berkeley is a place of intellectual vitality. This vitality is evident in its creative and forward-looking curricula and classroom teaching, its attentive academic mentoring, and the innovative research conducted by students and faculty.

Civil and Environmental Engineering focuses on developing future leaders for the engineering profession, for academia, and for applying engineering methods in the broader societal context. Civil and Environmental Engineering conducts cutting-edge research, defining what constitutes the evolving domain of civil and environmental engineering. This research develops theory and understanding as well as tools and techniques for professional practice and for solving societal problems. Civil and Environmental Engineering exhibits great service, both through the actions of its members and collectively, contributing expertise where needed.

  • Engineering Leadership I
  • Engineering Leadership II
  • Transportation Operations
  • Transportation Systems Analysis
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Highway Traffic Operations
  • Public Transportation Systems
  • Air Transportation
  • Behavioral Modeling
Prerequisites1 year college-level calculus1 year college-level physical science (e.g. Physics 7A/7B)1 semester probability and statistics (See Transportation's Statistics/linear algebra diagnostic)1 semester elementary linear algebraGraduate ApplicationGeneral InstructionsProposed Degree ProgramPersonal InformationLanguage ProficiencyExam ScoresGrade Point AveragePersonal StatementsRecommendationsAcademic InterestsFellowship Application: Domestic StudentsNeed-based Financial AidFellowship Application: International StudentsFellowships for Non-US citizensGSI/GSR/Reader AppointmentsTranscriptsPay Application FeeFee WaiverApplication ResultsStatement of Intent to Register (SIR)CEE's minimum graduate admission requirementsA bachelor's degree from an accredited institution or recognized equivalent.Sufficient undergraduate education for graduate work in your chosen field.A satisfactory scholastic average, with a minimum grade-point average (GPA) of 3.0 (B) for application consideration.Score of the general Graduate Record Examination (GRE) taken during the past five years. CEE does not require a GRE subject test but the General GRE Test is required. Both the "Old" GRE and the "Revised" GRE are accepted. English Language Requirements IELTS band: 7 TOEFL paper-based test score : 570 TOEFL iBT® test: 120
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