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UC BerkeleyFor more than 60 years, the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, has been recognized as one of the world's leading centers for transportation research, education, and scholarship. Its mission is to conduct research and provide instruction to a new generation of transportation professionals.

Today ITS Berkeley is home to a large and diverse community of people who study all aspects of transportation—from technological advances to social and environmental consequences. Many of ITS faculty and other researchers play leadership roles in industry and government. Nearly 100 graduates have gone on to university faculty positions. Among the ITS faculty, four are members of the National Academy of Engineering, eight are editors or associate editors of leading scholarly journals, and several have chaired prestigious committees at the state, federal, and international level.

The Civil and Environmental Engineering department (at the College of Engineering) and the City and Regional Planning department (at College of Environmental Design) together offer what may be the widest choice of transportation topics on any university campus today.

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Academic Programs


Graduate Programs

  • MS, ME and PhD Programs in in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation Engineering Concentration): Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers Transportation Engineering Program.
  • Concurrent Master of Science/Master of City and Regional Planning in Transportation: Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Department of City and Regional Planning also offer a Concurrent Master of Science/Master of City and Regional Planning in transportation.

ITS UCB Financial Assistance

Jobs and Fellowships: University of California Transportation Center Dissertation Grants of ,000 per academic year are available to transportation students who have advanced to Ph.D. candidacy to support their doctoral research. Graduate Student Researcher Jobs and Instructorships are available for many of our students, usually at the start of each semester. Researchers can earn up to ,000 per year, and jobs often qualify students for full or partial remission of fees.

Federal aids are available through FAFSA. There other fellowships and aids available trough the financial aid office

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