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The CMS Final Center Report for 2007-2013 is now posted. To view, go to Annual Reports.

The CMS has completed 4 years of projects. To view all final reports, go to Completed Projects.



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Education

Concurrent Degree in Transportation Engineering
and Urban Planning
Information for Prospective Students


The concurrent degree program was created to prepare students for a career in the interdisciplinary field of planning, designing and operating urban infrastructure. Students in this program take courses in transportation engineering and urban planning and earn a Master of Engineering (M.E.) (or a Master of Science - M.S., if the student's undergraduate degree was not in engineering), and a Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning (MAURP). Students take a total of 73 credit hours (30 in transportation engineering and 52 in urban planning, with nine credits shared between both degrees). The program takes three years to complete. Funding opportunities are available for students through the CMS or the Departments of Civil Engineering and Urban & Regional Planning. [Download the brochure for more information]

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