The future of transportation is defined by disruption. Traditional forms of movement are being replaced by more sustainable, more accessible, and more complex mobility solutions. In ArtCenter’s master’s in transportation systems and design program, you will join a community of creative leaders dedicated to transformation in diverse transportation disciplines, including automotive design, urban planning, public transit design, and much more.
Transportation is trans-disciplinary: you’ll study design and user experience, policy and global trends, technology and environmental impact. Here, you’ll gain skills in design methodology, strategic innovation, systems thinking, customer-driven research, and entrepreneurial practice. You’ll collaborate on everything from car design to political challenges in the transportation industry alongside fellow innovators with diverse perspectives and backgrounds in design, architecture, urban planning, business, engineering, anthropology, economics, and more.
Rise to Real-World Challenges
In the business of movement, macro factors like climate change and geopolitics are everyday considerations. ArtCenter’s transportation and systems design degree equips you for vital leadership roles in car design startups, automotive manufacturers’ user experience labs, strategy groups for major transit agencies, and global transportation enterprises. Here in Los Angeles, a renowned hub for addressing some of the most complex questions in global transportation, you’ll have abundant opportunities to apply, practice, and expand your expertise.
Careers in Transportation Design
Rapid developments in transportation and mobility require rapid thinkers and innovative leaders who can create sustainable and accessible solutions. ArtCenter graduates go on to exciting, disruptive roles in the fields of aerospace, rail, logistics, transit, automotive design, autonomous mobility, and much more. With a master’s in transportation systems and design, you can build a career in:
- Public transit design
- Transit and urban planning
- Transportation product strategy
- Automotive design strategy
- Specialist vehicle design
- Interior and exterior automotive design
- Automotive concept design