Graduate School announces new degree programs
NDSUâs Graduate School added new graduate programs that will be available for the 2009-10 academic year. The Transportation and Logistics Program in the College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies now offers two new graduate degrees and two new certificate programs. The programs will focus on urban transportation systems; linkages between transportation, land use, the environment, emergency response and logistical delivery systems; coordinated planning, operations and security; and the spatial dimensions of urban systems.
The Master of Science in Transportation and Urban Systems degree is targeted at students with strong research interests and capabilities who want to work in the fields of research or education. Two courses for this program will be available in fall 2009.
The Master of Transportation and Urban Systems degree is targeted at mid-career professionals and other candidates who want to gain skills appropriate to their career without participating in advanced research. Two courses for this program will be available in fall 2009.
The Transportation and Urban Systems Certificate is a program designed to enhance working professionalsâ credentials in the transportation and logistics field.
The Transportation Leadership Graduate Certificate is an online program designed to prepare future leaders of the transportation industry. This prestigious program is an initiative of the Regional University Transportation Centers. This program will be available fully online starting in spring semester 2010. However, students are encouraged to begin the admission process in the 2009 fall semester.
Published in NDSU's staff newsletter