Transportation Engineering Graduate Certificate Program

This certificate program is particularly appropriate for those who wish to gain specialized knowledge in one of the following two tracks: "Intelligent Transportation Systems & Congestion Mitigation" or "Transportation Safety." To obtain the certificate, the student must complete a total of five courses. Three of these five courses must be selected from the list of courses specified for each track (see below) and the remaining two courses may be selected from any of the following courses:
 

Course Program

Intelligent Transportation Systems & Congestion Mitigation:
Systems Dynamics Modeling and Controls (CE 6707)
Traffic Engineering and Highway Safety (CE 6721)
Intelligent Transportation Systems (CE 6722)
Advanced Theory in Traffic Flow (CE 6800-a)
Advanced Demand Modeling (CE 6800-b)

Transportation Safety:
Introduction to Biomechanics (CE 6350)
Vehicle Dynamics (CE 6702)
Vehicle Standards and Crash Test Analysis (CE 6703)
Crash Investigation and Analysis (CE 6704)
Non-Linear Finite Element Modeling and Simulation (CE 6705)
Systems Dynamics and Control (CE 6707)
Traffic Engineering and Highway Safety (CE 6721)
Intelligent Transportation Systems (CE 6722)

 

List of Additional Elective Courses

Numerical Methods in Engineering (CE 6101)
Application of Probability Methods in Civil Engineering (CE 6102)
Advanced Biomechanics (CE 8280)
Introduction to Finite Element Analysis (CE 6210)
Advanced Finite Element Analysis (CE 8330)
Analytical Mechanics (CE 6701)

For information on the program’s admissions requirements and contact information, please visit the GW Graduate and Professional Programs site.