Undergrads: Info Session for Graduate Studies in Transportation Engineering (11/9, 12:30pm, HUB, 334)

Do you want a career making our transportation system better?  

We invite students from all fields and backgrounds to join us November 9 and learn about opportunities for graduate studies in transportation engineering at the UW. 

Increased urbanization, ubiquitous sensing and communication technologies, a profusion of new transportation services, and growing attention to environmental and social outcomes are redefining transportation engineering. The field increasingly requires a multidisciplinary perspective spanning engineering, social sciences, and public policy.

Faculty, current students, and alumni will be on hand to answer your questions about career opportunities, courses of study, necessary academic preparation, and the many resources – financial and otherwise – available to transportation students at the UW. Pizza lunch will be served.

What: Graduate Studies in Transportation Engineering

When: Friday November 9, 12:30 PM

Where: HUB 334 

Students from all academic backgrounds are encouraged to attend.  

For more details: https://tinyurl.com/te-info  

To register (optional, but helpful for planning): https://goo.gl/forms/hCIZBLkkdKmoZ57m1


Who should attend?

Prospective graduate students who want a career making our transportation system better.

What if I can’t make it on November 9?
You can contact our faculty or learn more about our graduate programs, resources, and research here.

Do I need an engineering background?
Many of our students come from engineering programs, but we welcome students from a range of backgrounds.

Do I need to be quantitative?
While there’s much more to transportation engineering than quantitative problem solving, quantitative abilities are essential.