CEE Online Transportation Engineering

The MS Degree requires 36 credit hours, 12 of which must be at the 500-level. Students can complete the degree requirements with 9 classes taken for 4 credit hours each. Courses in other areas of Civil and Environmental Engineering may be included with the Transportation specialty area. Students can create their individual plan of study in coordination with their advisor.

Sample Plan of Study

CEE406 Pavement Design/Analysis I, Fall
CEE415 Geometric Design of Roads, Fall
CEE416 Traffic Capacity Analysis, Fall
CEE418 Public Transportation Systems, Spring
CEE506 Pavement Design/Analysis II, Spring*
CEE508 Pavement Eval and Rehab, Varies
CEE509 Transportation Soils, Varies
CEE512 Logistics System Analysis, Spring*
CEE598SS Transportation Soil Stabilization, Varies

Railroad Engineering 
CEE408 Railroad Transportation Engineering, Fall
CEE409 Railroad Track Engineering, Fall
CEE410 Railway Signaling and Control, Spring
CEE411 Railroad Project Design & Construction, Spring
CEE412 High Speed Rail Engineering, Fall
CEE 498 TSR Transportation Safety & Risk, Spring*
CEE 509 Transportation Soils, Varies*
CEE 511 Railway Terminal Design & Operations, Fall*
CEE 598SS Transportation Soil Stabilization, Varies*
See the RailTEC website for more information on Railroad Engineering at Illinois.

*Offered alternating years or offering may vary.