Certificate in Transportation Planning
21st century transportation problems have become increasingly complex and interdisciplinary in nature, requiring skills, knowledge, and expertise that transcend traditional professional boundaries. The Graduate Certificate in Transportation Planning (CTP), offered through a collaborative partnership between the Colleges of Architecture and Engineering, the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, and the Bush School of Public Policy, seeks to provide students with the education and training needed to address these professional challenges. The CTP is a 15-credit hour program that provides students with the substantive base of knowledge needed to be broadly successful in the transportation profession, as well as specialized instruction in four critical areas of professional need: Multimodal Systems Planning, Transportation and Urban Design, Transportation and Public Policy, and Transit Management.
The Certificate Program in Transportation welcomes students with diverse educational backgrounds, and is open to any graduate student at Texas A&M with an interest in transportation.
The following links provide more detailed information on the Graduate Certificate Program in Transportation Planning:
- Transportation Planning Certificate Application ( 365.4 KB)
- Program Curriculum and Model Degree Plans
- Student Handbook for the Certificate in Transportation Planning ( 621.9 KB)
- Admissions Information
- Representative Student Projects
- Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center
- Certificate Coordinator – Kenneth Joh
Please submit all forms to Candice Park