Our multi-disciplinary program combines social science, urban planning and policy with engineering and design to equip students to envision mobility solutions to today’s transportation challenges.
The typical length of study for the MS in Transportation Systems and Design is six full terms, and the program may be completed in two years.
Students must take the first four terms consecutively, after which they are encouraged to find an appropriate internship.
Curriculum subject to change.
|Customer Centered Research 1||1|
|Digital Design Skills Part 1||1|
|Design Leadership and Team Building||2|
|Intro to Future-casting and User Experience for Mobility||3|
|Transportation Histories & Futures 1||3|
|Transportation Systems Studio 1||1|
|Vehicles and Systems Architecture||1|
|Transportation Histories & Futures 2||3|
|Design Strategy Sprint 1||1|
|Interaction Design for Mobility||3|
|Customer Centered Research 2||2|
|Digital Design Skills Part 2||2|
|Transportation Systems Studio 2||2|
|Interaction Design Studio Part 2||3|
|Transportation Histories & Futures 3||3|
|Interaction Design for Mobility Systems||3|
|Design Strategy Sprint 2||1|
|Transportation Systems Studio 3||3|
|Thesis Project Preparation||3|
|Tranportation Systems Studio 4||6|
|Thesis Development Studio||6|
|Thesis Validation Studio||6|
|Thesis Writing Studio||3|
|Total Required Units||82|